Things I liked:Light weight, good bolt action, very accurate. Simple modular design makes modifications easy. Things I would have changed:I would bring the FPS up slightly. Sock, the gun seems slightly under powerd at a chrony speed of 600FPS in .22. What others should know:This is the only game in town for an excellent repeater under $300. I get (and other too) 140 or so good shots from an AS cart. It can be easily bulked, bring the cost per shot way down. Even with a few short coming, this is by far my favorite airgun. (I have a few to many!)
Things I liked:Easy to install, rock solid, less than $18. I love the fact that Tom G kept us all up today on the progress in the blog. Really top notch customer service! Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:If you shoot an airgun with droop, or you need a positive scope stop, this is a must have!
Things I liked:Very robust, almost over built. Feels like a large frame revolver. I have the chrome version, and it seems well done, no blemishes or scratch out of the box. Easy to load both CO2 and BBs. CO2 last for at least 50 full power shots, probably closer to 60. Things I would have changed:Cylinder seems loose, not bank vault tight, but it does not effect accuracy. Should have come with 12 BB holders/rounds, not 6. You spend way to much time loading.
Accuracy is so-so, but good enough for can and plinking at 10y. It is a BB gun, so don't expect miracles. What others should know:I bought this has an indoor training device in hopes of using it at home instead of driving 30 minutes to the range for live-fire practice. Well I am happy to say it works great! DW CO2 revolver fits in my Remora holster that I carry my CCW in. And at less than two cent a round for BB and CO2 combined, it will pay for itself in under a year with 38SP ammo cost saving. Noise is a little loud, but fine for in the garage training or occasional backyard plinking. My nearest neighbor is 75ft away, he said he can't hear it all. Highly recommended!