Things I liked:It looks pretty cool, it's very easy to cock. Breaking the barrel doesn't require a slap---you can do it with ease sitting down. Just take hold and pull down. The accuracy is ok. Comes with a nice centerpoint scope. Things I would have changed:It's short. The stock is just too small, and it made the gun feel like it should be front heavy, although it really wasn't. CPHP pellets were very difficult to load. They required a hard push which resulted in very sore fingertips. The coating on the gun seems like it can peel up. What others should know:Mine started to grind and catch while cocking it somewhere around the 350 pellet mark. I sent it back and bought a Trail NPXL instead. I'm WAY happier with it.
Things I liked:Easy to load, fun to shoot....Easy to Modify!
One of the best platforms to work with.
Shoots accurately right out of the box, and with 50 to 60 shots per Co2 cartridge it's tons of fun! Things I would have changed:Maybe put a little foregrip on it. That's about it...oh, maybe a repeating steel breech... What others should know:Get One!!!
Things I liked:Very consistent pellets, always clean and uniform right out of the tin.
They shoot perfectly in my crosman guns
I like the hollow point better than the dome. They seem to 'grab on' more. Things I would have changed:Make them in different weights... What others should know:One tin is not enough! Get 4...
Things I liked:This is a Great little scope that has a very flexible eye relief. It is very light and compact, even with the sunshade on. Things I would have changed:Sunshades should be able to hold the lens flip cover, but none of them do!
Things I liked:Such an awesome gun---I have two, one in .22 and a .25! The .25 is the most accurate gun I've ever shot and the .22 isn't far behind. They are so easy to mod and tune...attach a bipod and a nice scope and you're ready to go. Things I would have changed:I like to get inside the guns to work on them. Crosman seems to like to really tighten the screws down so you have to literally drill them out and replace them (ie. breech screws, trigger plate screws, etc). What others should know:They have a little bit of weight to them, but really not that big of a deal. If you're planning a walk through the woods with one, make sure you get a sling and some sling mounts!