Things I liked: *Good size and weight. *Composite seems rugged. *Easy to pump. *Slightly more power than my Benjamin 392. *Dovetail scope mount included. *Easy to load pellets. *Fair price. *Low recoil. *The rifle achieves the advertised velocity with lead pellets.
Things I would have changed: *The screw that holds the stock was very loose from Day One and the "Webley Rebel" emblem on the gun was missing. *The fiber optic open sights are poor. Plan to mount a scope if you buy one. If you prefer open sights or a peep sight, go with a Benjamin. *The barrel is coated in soft plastic and mars easily. *The "clacking" noise from pumping the gun is louder than other pumpers.
What others should know: Chrony testing, all with 8 pumps: Crosman Premier Hollow Points (14.3 gr): 670 fps Beeman Pointed (15.1 gr): 647 fps RWS Super H Point (14.2 gr): 665 fps Daisy Precision Max pointed (14.0 gr): 681 fps I purchased the rifle recently and am still trying to find the most accurate pellet. American reviews of this gun seem hard come by. Please post any questions and then I will try to help.