Things I liked:The wood stock is beautiful. Well made, solid and smooth. Excellent overall quality. Fiber optic sights are great. Things I would have changed:You will definitely need to place the rifle between your legs and use both arms to cock it. The recoil is quite significant and will impact accuracy. I found that the Predator Polymag 0.177 pellets are quite accurate in this rifle. It's pretty heavy, so you will need a bipod if you are shooting targets for a long time. What others should know:A little bit too expensive. If you don't mind having a plastic stock, you can buy something more accurate (I love my Gamo Varmint HP) and cheaper. Even though it is sold as a Browning rifle, it is made in Turkey, so I am thinking it's a rebranded Hatsan.
Things I liked:Good looking rifle, the flashlight and laser are fun but if you buy a new scope, it will probably not fit. Very powerful and quite accurate for a .22 springer. Light but solid, this is a great/fun rifle to shoot and thanks to the synthetic stock you don't have to worry about scratches. Things I would have changed:Plastic barrel feels cheap, no sights, so you will need a scope. Stock scope is good for beginners, otherwise it will end up in the trash. What others should know:Recoil is minimal when using a bipod. I found that the H&N Baracuda Hunter Extreme in .22 are accurate and fast. The stock seems to be beige on the picture, but in reality it is green. If you can, invest in a Picatinny rail - I installed a new BSA scope and I have to check the mounting screws after every 30-40 shots. The stock grooved rails are not the best.