Things I liked:Slim design is a plus to add a laser & flashlight that came with my Gamo Varmint Hunter. Things I would have changed:Front rubber cover is not same design as tube it covers. A little ackward. I noticed a little shifting zeroing and breaking in, but have not noticed any more (Prefer one piece mounts). What others should know:Great scope for the price!
Things I liked:Great mount. Bolts are not flimsy. VERY rugged mount. Things I would have changed:Nothing. What others should know:Use blue loctite only on the bottom bolts. The top scope mount bolts holds fine without it.
Things I liked:Excellent solid craftsmanship. Very well balanced scope and mount, a plus, compared to other manufacturers for same price range. This is a good hunting rifle out of the box. Will need to see after a tune up what the potential really is. Things I would have changed:Extremely looong creeping trigger. Replaced with GRT-III and is now very nice to use.
Get a glare in the scope. Not sure what that is.
Approximately 1 inch groups avg. with C.P.H. at 25 yards. What others should know:Accuracy seems to fluctuate. Noticed zero changes and shoots high at first and comes down after about 10 shots back to center; 10 days in a row so far. Groups tighten up after every cleaning of the barrel and you can see this especially with the Crosman Premier Hollow Point. Seems to need cleaning after about 60 shots.
Gamo Hunter pellets do not fit very well; skirt protrudes slightly and will not fully seat.
Things I liked:Rifle is accurate to 10 shots in the same hole at 15 yards. Very heavy so most practice has been on bench-rest. Things I would have changed:Not a thing. What others should know:Rifle I received was blemished on the bluing, but Pyramid responded appropriately and discounted the product. Thank you for the excellent service.
Things I liked:Quiet Things I would have changed:workmanship of the carbon fiber is below what I would expect from this rifle compared to the Benjamin trail. I would have preffered to receive rifle without a scratch, which is what I received. Not Pyramids fault, packaging was superb, but bad reflection on manufacturer. What others should know:I expected a lot more from this rifle. I thought I was upgrading from my Benjamin Trail NP (made in China) to the NPSS (made in USA), but what I received was substandard plastic parts flaking with imperfections on the edges and a break barrel that grinds when you cock it. I ordered the Camo and it looks a little better, but not a shooter out of the box by any means. Still grinds and will require sending to a prof. tuner to make this a rifle worth shooting.
Things I liked:Excellent finish and actual metal Things I would have changed:Add a rubber bumper to the two holes so it will help cushion the break coming back to it's original position below the barrel. What others should know:It is worth it if you don't mind a tiny bit more weight to an already heavy 12 lb. + rifle.
Things I liked:Solid construction with adjustable legs Things I would have changed:better way to adjust the attachment screw on the picattiny receiver. Had to use pliers to tighten completely. What others should know:I had this on my Discovery and it sits up very high, which is more chance of movement if you are doing target shooting go with the lower profile, None the less, good bipod.
Things I liked:Great price for introduction into the PCP world Things I would have changed:Trigger is not very good. Long creep and very sensitive like springers. If you are doing targets I would suggest moving ahead and starting with something in the higher end. What others should know:Great PCP starter rifle.
Things I liked:Very quiet. Great improvement on the trigger. Very comfortable handling. Things I would have changed:Barrel pivot had side to side movement. When I cocked the rifle I would hear grinding. What others should know:Would have kept rifle if they had better QC. I don't mind tuning a rifle to improve, but not fix right out of the box. Thank you Pyramid! 30 Day money back guarantee.