Things I liked:Very quiet, decent on the power and seriously accurate! Things I would have changed:Magically have the gun re-fill itself. Pumping kinda sucks, a bottle would be nice. What others should know:Bone stock (no tuning, except a Leapers 3-9X40). I ran 7 Mags through it on one charge (start 2800 Psi - 1000 Psi end) with Crosman Premier HP pellets. Accuracy started to suffer in the upper sixties but still not bad. High of 868 fps and low of 688 fps. Crony data showed that the factory tune has the hammer a little light as it took almost 3 mags to peak out on fps.
Things I liked:Oh my! Amazing rifle. Wasn't expecting much from an old school design. But add the Williams sight and this thing gives my marauder a run in accuracy at 25 yds. It seems to like the crosman brown box 10.5 domed the best. Things I would have changed:Toss the blade rear sight. Seriously? How could you sell a gun this nice with no windage adjustment? Trigger needs a little work, but can be easily made tolerable. A little on the loud side. Should have bought the .22, wasn't expecting this to be so much fun to shoot. Almost zero room for modification. Pumping takes some effort. What others should know:Think of it as analog vs. digital. Very mechanical feel as opposed to the on/off feel of a Pcp. There's a little finesse needed in getting this thing to shoot well. But when you get it, the planets align. Get the peep sight, seriously just order the sight along with the gun. Otherwise you'll just have to wait another week to shoot well.