Things I liked:Not that great leaks right out of the box. Called PA sent out a gasket turned out it wasn't the gasket, but it leaks through the fitting threads. Purchased plumbing tape solved problem! Things I would have changed:Hose should be another 10 to 12 inches longer
Things I liked:My first pcp rifle, love it. I regret didn't buy .25 cal. Very nice looking and accurate Things I would have changed:Longer breech for longer mag to hold long pellets. What others should know:Whitin 40 yards be aware your pellet will go through a pest you shot at.
Things I liked:Hold 10 shots for fast follow up shot. Things I would have changed:The opening of the breech should be a little wider, and make this mag a little more thicker there it could be used with longer pellets. What others should know:For target shooting I like to use single shot tray, a little slower but more accurate and the most important thing is you don't have to refill the gun often compared to using 10 shot mag. For people who are using scuba tank is okay, but it will hurt you back for those who used hand pump to fill this bad boy up.
Things I liked:Very sturdy designed high quality product! But the top hat is keep coming loose on my tank. I don't know why? Things I would have changed:I would make top hat valve stem solid one piece, and provides shim kit for the tank itself for adjustment on valve clearance this way will ensure the top hat will never come loose. What others should know:If you used this tank on 2001 model you must upgrade striker, mainspring and power adjuster otherwise it won't give you consistent shots.
Things I liked:Compact, and light weight, shoot straight. Mine has a little accuracy problem at first, but it was easy to correct-front barrel bushing was loose, the screw back out. A little bit of locktite problem fixed. Things I would have changed:Add a pressure gauge on high pressure tank, to tell us an idea of hold over or under on the target. Scope mount rail a little higher for natural cheek weld. Definitely add some baffles to reduce the report. What others should know:This thing isn't quiet as you thing it is, be aware if you have anti guns neighbors. Home made baffles can be found at Home Depot . 3/4 copper end cap a few thin felt, and drill 1/4 inch hole will do the job. It is more quieter than Benjamin marauder rifle if you vented the front barrel bushings, and baffles. This designs increase accuracy because first baffle is stripped all the air and send it back into the chamber behind it, and by the time it reflects back the pellet has left the muzzle therefore no air turbulence that interrupt pellet flight. Mine was measured 75db with this set up.
Things I liked:Very nice scope! Glass is so clear, and fine recticles are perfect for pin point accuracy. The scope hold zero shots after shot. The small problem I have with it is the windage adjusting knob won't returned to lock position unless I wiggle the knob side to side. I sent it back to PA for replacement, other than that the scope is worth every penny. Things I would have changed:I don't need the fancy case once mounted the scope! Get rid of the case and lower the price a bit. Other than that the scope is perfect. What others should know:It is long, screw on lens caps, actually the cap is even screw onto the sunshade. Get bkl rings, don't go with leaper rings they don't align that well.
Things I liked:Very sturdy designed, look good. Things I would have changed:Change the clamps, once they tight down, the clamp pulls ring a little bit offset to screw side, this effects scope alignment. If you do small game hunting, you won't be noticed the difference. What others should know:If you want your scope aligns with the bore perfectly, don't go with this rings. Go with bkl ring, they cost a little more but sure make you happy!
Things I liked:My mpr ft likes this only pellets. It shoots very well. Things I would have changed:I always use jsb pellets, I haven't seen a defective pellet until this order. I had 2 crushed tins, and a few others tin have bent skirts. I have no choice but sorting them good from the bad to maintain my accuracy. What others should know:I found out lube pellets have potential to shoot more accurately than non-lube pellets.