Things I liked: Works well with the Air Force rings
Things I would have changed: Add another screw. Just one screw per unit is way wrong.
What others should know: Only fits the smaller barrels guns Like the Crosman 760. Will not work on older CO2 models like the Crosman 180
Things I liked: Looks
Things I would have changed: Does not need blow back to work. This waste CO2. Needs a magnetic bb feeder
What others should know: Every time you squeeze the trigger it pushes a bb out of the magazine. And if you do not fire it, the bb will roll out on the floor or casue a double bb on the next round. This gun needs a strong magnet on the bb pusher.
Things I liked: Heavy metal, good buy for the money
Things I would have changed: Misdesigned lover plate! The sendary plate is FLAT; it needs to be rounded. As it is I had to take off 2 stars because of the back-splash. When a pellet hits the secondary plate is splashes causing small "shotgun" like holes in the target from the back side. This also throws a LOT of lead dust into the air.
What others should know: Be sure to add some kind of exhaust fan, as the back splash throws a klot of lead and lead dust out of th unit.
Things I liked: Works OK, with slow pellets
Things I would have changed: Make a heaver model, possibly for .22 rim fire use.
What others should know: Targets do not stay up until all are hit. Usually the vibraton causes some of them to drop. It taks a lot of shooting to get them all up at one time. BUT I guess that is the fun of it.