Things I liked: Powerful. I got 991 fps using a 28,4 grain Eun Jin for 61.9 fpe. My first six shots were 980-991 fps with the Eun Jins. Accuracy was very good.
Things I would have changed: I could not get a truly low power range. At the lowest setting using 14 grain Premiers I got 1100+ fps and no accuracy. The level action does not work well and jams pellets; I called Boris to ask for help on this. The tandem pellet carrier system is trouble-prone and should be abandoned in favor of a cylinder. The pellet carrier is finicky; just a nudge and it will empty itself of pellets all over the ground. It is very loud.
What others should know: This gun is for hunting only and is not a good choice for novice shooters. Due to the noise level from this gun you will not get a second shot.
Things I liked: Works as advertised. Good quality. Good workout!
Things I would have changed: Add lock washers or Locktite to the base screws to prevent loosening.
What others should know: It leaked thick black oil from the base onto a carpet; wife became very unhappy. Crosman says oil leaking is normal and is mentioned in the FAQ's.
Things I liked: I could not fit these 32.4 gr. pellets into my Condor .22. I now have a better appreciation of others' comments about the tight fit.
Things I would have changed: This pellet should not be recommended for the Air Force Condor.
What others should know: The 32.4 gr. pellet tin is labeled with 110 pellets per tin, not 100. Use the Eun Jin .22 Cal, 28.4 Grains domed pellets instead. They fit effortlessly.