Things I liked:Out of the box accuracy, nice predictable trigger, quality materials, good fit and finish. Things I would have changed:Gun has significant recoil for an airgun. Like others have mentioned, the muzzlebrake became loose after about 25 shots, needs Locktite or regular tightening. Also had a screw come loose and eject itself from the scope, not the mount, the actual scope itself. What others should know:This is a nice gun but not without some quirks. I would like to see RWS add some thread lock from the factory on the muzzlebrake. A nicer scope would also be appreciated for this price point.
Things I liked:Price. Things I would have changed:Accuracy. Seems to be a great deal of variance from one pellet to the next. What others should know:Good for plinking but would recommend something else for actual hunting.
Things I liked:Nice targets with great shot visibility. Like the self-adhesive as well. Things I would have changed:Nothing. What others should know:I prefer the other Birchwood Casey version that has four targets on one sheet giving more bang for the buck but these are cool too.
Things I liked:High quality air gun with quality materials and good accuracy out of the box. I really like the trigger. It is very predictable and quite light compared to others. Things I would have changed:The muzzlebrake loosened after only a few shots. Given the frequency of this report, I would like to see the factory improve this element. I would also like to see a better scope at this price point. What others should know:This gun is heavy compared to other brands but is still quite comfortable. The velocities also seem a bit understated. While I have not used a chrono on it, lead pellets hit very hard and PBA ammo has consistently been producing the audible crack of supersonic speeds. Overall, a very nice air gun.