Things I liked:Not much I can add over what has already been said. This is a well built rifle that should last a long time. Things I would have changed:Could be lightened up and a adjustable scope rail sent with that rifle. Had to order this one to make up for the barrel drop. UTG Drooper Scope Rail, 11mm-to-Weaver Adapter, Compensates for Droop & Stops Scope Shift What others should know:Other than the barrel drop problem this is a well made rifle with little kick and not real loud.
Things I liked:Balance of the rifle, quieter than my Diana RWS 34 Striker Combo.
Fed Ex dropped it off this afternoon unpacked it, then mounted a UTG 3-9x40 Hunting scope. Took it out for a couple of shots of JSB Diabolo Exact Jumbo heavy 18.13gr. Took me 3 shots to get it zeroed in. Feels well built and should last a long time. Might add this is my first 22 and can not believe it is quieter than my other Diana (mentioned above). Things I would have changed:As of right now not a thing, trigger from the factory is set to my liking, which is very light. What others should know:Made just like all other Diana's I have handled. RIfle fits me very well but I'm what most would call med. sm. & 66.
Would not be afraid to tell others to buy this gun with no worries.
Will update if any problems show up.
Things I liked:Seemed to be well built and liked the pistol grip.
PA is a dream to work with and same more companies do not have the same mind set about returns, or anything else on their web page. Things I would have changed:Weight, synthetic stocks make the gun weigh more than with a wood stock or the ones I have handled. Trigger needs more adjustments. What others should know:Had to send it back on day 3 after less than 100 shots. Cocking would not lock up.
Got me another Diana... Panther 31 Pro Compact Air Rifle and love this rifle even if it is a little heavy, but first 22 I have owned.
Things I liked:Oil, targets, pellets Things I would have changed:Cleaning rod needs to be stiffer and with a female end as most of the cleaning accessories for are male ends What others should know:Guess I could tell someone else to buy it do to all the other things that are with it. For a .177 it works so,so. Now a 22 would go out and buy or use regular 22 rifle cleaning gear.
Things I liked:OUTstanding targets for sighting in a firearm, due to the triangles. They also will tell you if you got you scope level with the rifle. Things I would have changed:Nothing, maybe a couple of more in a pack at the same price. What others should know:Do not be afraid to get these as they are outstanding and show you shots very well.
Things I liked:I figure if it can handle keeping you firearm safe during shipping it will make it threw anything I can put it threw. Things I would have changed:Cut outs in the foam like Pelican uses What others should know:Good value without breaking the bank
Things I liked:PA is always a pleasure to deal with on top of the 2 day shipping if your purchase qualifies for it. The adjustment rings, the whole scope is excellent. Things I would have changed:Nothing but could not use the mounts that come with the scope as my Diana's have barrel drop so had to use low scope rings What others should know:Have two of these scopes and one is a factory reconditioned and have not had a problem with them. Well maybe one and that is due to rifle being stored in a air conditioned house and when I take it outside the outside surface of the lenses will fog up for a bit. Which is no biggie to me, just let them acclimatize for a bit and clear class. Would not be afraid to suggest this scope to others, in fact a friend of mine after shooting mine ordered the same scope. Might also add one is on a .177 other is on a 22.
Things I liked:Well built Things I would have changed:Make sure it is noted that will not hold two air rifles with large scopes. To fit had to remove the scopes. What others should know:This is made for regular power rifles it will NOT hold two scoped Diana (38 & P31) air rifles. Air rifles are bigger than powder burners due to all the mechanical parts. To get my two scoped Diana in had to take the scopes off (which I am not very pleased with) good thing am using UTG quick connect scope mounts
Things I liked:Machined parts match perfectly, well build outstanding walnut stock. Is a rifle that can be handled down for generations if well taken care off. Things I would have changed:Not much just wish didn't have to use a drop barrel adapter. What others should know:Rifle is well worth the money in my book, shoots straight. No plastic parts!!! Have not got to shoot it a lot yet as am going threw cataract surgery. What I have been able to do is get it sighted in with little trouble. Rifle also does not have much of a kick. So far does not seem to be to pellet pickie. Will update later when I have a chance to shoot it more.
Things I liked:everything; best thing sense sliced bread IMO Things I would have changed:Looks like the newer models have a C clip to keep the shaft from pulling out on the other side if over tightened. What others should know:If set up correctly you can remove your scope and never lose zero. Also have been using them to mount flashlights/laser sights for night varmint hunting. Easily removed for daytime.
Things I liked:Lasts way longer than cardboard and rain does not even both it; Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:Have been using these with stick on targets, left out in the rain and some of the targets started to peal off on the corners. You can put a whole lot of holes in these before they become worthless.