Things I liked:These are cheaper here than anywhere else and they are a ton of fun. It's hard to beat reactive targets. Things I would have changed:The chickens need to be thicker where the legs join the base. I broke one with a Crosman SSP 250 at the 10yard distance for pistol silhouette after it was hit for the second time. That was the only one that broke. What others should know:Do not shoot these with a rifle unless it is past the distance stated in the directions. If you use a middle magnum (950fps or so), start with the chickens at 30yds. or farther. Matter of fact, I wouldn't shoot anything past 15FPE at them unless you put them a ways out, particularly the chicken.
Things I liked:This is a very accurate rifle with perfect balance for shooting from most positions, extremely consistent shot to shot spread, ready to rock with the right parts out of the box and has a dead firing behaviour. Things I would have changed:I wish the knee rest could be extended farther, but works good as is. What others should know:This is only a 12ft-lb rifle, so plan on learning to dope the wind better. I think it's one of the finest air rifles out there.
Things I liked:This rifle is very accurate and will shoot with the AA EV2 out to 35-40 yards, very well balanced, has a really high shot count for an unregulated gun and I like the looks. Things I would have changed:I would add some weight for more stability for Field target or silhouette shooting. The after market adjustable butt stock is mandatory for anyone of average height and build. This rifle could definitely use a knee rest stock. What others should know:This a 12ft-lb air rifle, so plan on working the wind doping skills. It makes for a really nice rifle right up to entry level field target, but if the cash is there and you're serious about competition spring the extra cash for the AA EV2.
Things I liked:It's a powerhouse (pretty close to RWS 54), really accurate with just iron sights, light for its' size, and you don't have to be afraid of dinging it up for the price. This gun with ironsights does well out to 65 yards on three inch praire chuck target silhouettes Things I would have changed:It hasn't been an issue yet, but the jury is still out on the aluminum cylinder. Smooth out the cocking sequence and build in some more leverage. What others should know:The cocking sequence on this gun gives no quarters to old men, children or little old ladies. It is made for someone that can forgive the rough edges for the outstanding accuracy.
Things I liked:Solid, quality construction, tru glow sights, very accurate with the iron sights, nicely balanced for me (slightly nose heavy) Things I would have changed:I would add some protection for the front sight. What others should know:This thing likes the Walmart CPHPs. My particular example is pretty astonishing with hand sorted CPLs out of the cardboard box.