Things I liked:These magazines work well as advertised. Easy to load. No jams in my Marauder pistol. 8 shots is nice vs manual loading one at a time. Things I would have changed:a bit pricey, but not too bad. Perhaps a metal case with a plastic window would be more durable. What others should know:These are made of plastic. The Marauder pistol and rifles use a different magazine. ie pistol version won't fit their rifles. I keep 4 on hand, but will probably get a few more.
Things I liked:These peel and stick targets are a must for sighting in pistols/rifles. Hits are easy to see, and targets can be "re-newed" by using the black dot cover up pasters. Things I would have changed:nada What others should know:nada
Things I liked:Excellent optics; ideal for rifle or larger pistol. I use on Marauder pistol with carbine stock. Windage/elevation adjustments are easy. Things I would have changed:focusing ring is a bit stiff to turn What others should know:for the price, this is a must have scope.
Things I liked:This gun is an absolute blast to use. Everyone on the range wants to see it and shoot 50-100 rounds. 4-8 shot bursts at 300-500 ft/sec. Works as advertised right out of the box. Extremely accurate at 10 meters. Things I would have changed:open rear sight is not very stable; not really practical. Rechargeable battery pack might be nice. What others should know:UTG dot sight and/or laser will improve your game big time, and looks great. Uses 6 AA batteries-may want to remove them after use to conserve charge; if you shoot a lot, get the bulk CO2 adapter for 12 or 20oz refillable CO2 cannisters.
Things I liked:Great scope for the money; easy to use and adjust for windage/elevation; illuminated red/green reticle is nice to have; Parallax adjustment is excellent and precise. Includes the scope rings. Things I would have changed:focusing ring is very stiff; not really easy to turn with one hand. What others should know:compact size makes it a good fit for larger pistols or rifles.
Things I liked:For the money, this is an exceptional rifle. All plastic, but very realistic. Very accurate in pellet mode; adjustable sights quite good. Not noisy at all. You really can't go wrong with this one. A ton of fun for very few bucks! Things I would have changed:Really wouldn't change a thing. What others should know:5 rnd clips are inexpensive and fairly durable. Get several. Very accurate at 20 yds with a 4x scope. It gets noticed at the range!
Things I liked:Exceptional value. Best .22 cal break barrel I've ever owned. Accurate, easy to use, and looks really great. Essentially no recoil. Things I would have changed:Gets heavy after a while; sling swivels would be nice. What others should know:trigger pull is adjustable. Factory specs are a bit long and slow. Included 4x scope is marginal. I like a variable scope 3-6-9x with a wider field of view. This will likely become your favorite air rifle.
Things I liked:This is a very well-made rifle. Reminds me of the model 94 Winchester I had when I was a teen and took my first deer. Action is smooth and precise. The open sights were amazingly accurate right out of the box. Pellet mags are metal, not plastic. This is an awesome air gun for targets/plinking. Things I would have changed:nothing really, except it is a bit pricey, but well worth the money. What others should know:Plan on shooting about 250+ rounds when you load the 88g CO2 cartridge. It is not advisable to store the gun with a partially used CO2 cartridge as this could damage the seals.
Things I liked:Outstanding value at $40. The P17 is an amazingly accurate air pistol right out of the package. Nice fiber optic open sights. Rear sight adjusts for both wind and elevation. Good weight and balance. Trigger pull is smooth/crisp. Auto safety is a plus. You simply can't go wrong with this air pistol. Things I would have changed:Cocking effort is a bit robust. Loading pellets can be awkward if you have larger hands. What others should know:It takes some practice to cock this air pistol when you first start shooting. For me, I found that holding the grip against my upper leg and pushing down just forward of the rear sight with my palm w open fingers was the easiest and safest way.
Things I liked:This pistol is a blast! Very realistic action and weight. Accuracy is spot on at about 25 feet with the fixed open sights. I ran through 5 CO2 cartridges the first day and got 80-90 good shots per cartridge in 75 degree weather. Not bad for a blow back gun. And no jams or any problems at all after 400+ rounds. This gun is as much fun to shoot as my Desert Eagle blow back and cheaper to use. There's just no way to go wrong on this one. And it was on sale too. Things I would have changed:make extra mags available. that's about it. What others should know:This is a very nice and realistic plinker. it's very well-made and the weight and balance are near perfect. Be careful about engaging the first stage of the trigger as that loads the bb into the barrel. If you release then squeeze again, a second bb will be pushed into the barrel which could cause a problem. If you forget this, just tip the gun down and the extra bb will fall out while leaving one engaged at the barrel/chamber.
Things I liked:I've just fired about 100 round through this very well-made pistol and found the accuracy to be quite good at 10M using RWS supermag 4.5mm/9.3gr and JSB match diablo 4.5mm/7.33gr. The gun works well in both single and double action. The pistol is a very good target/plinking gun. Things I would have changed:This gun is just a bit on the light weight side in terms of it's heft and balance in your hand. Mags are plastic and I've found that after 100+ rounds, some of the pellets would fall out of the mag. Maybe a metal mag would help. Extra mags are cheap so this is not a big deal to me. What others should know:this gun is a fun repeater and is super accurate. Trigger pull is just a bit long and it makes a fair amount of noise for a small pistol. Nevertheless, I definitely recommend this pistol based on price, accuracy, and it's both single/double action. My collection from Pyramyd continues to grow, and I have not been disappointed with any of my purchases. Well done.