Things I liked:The feel of the gun is cool...and I had great expectations...because a famous shooter on the gamo web site said he uses it for practice and trigger control so i thought this would be a good buy...i also bought extra mags at the same time but were out of stock...more on that story later I also bought the Crosman 2240 at the same time...and that gun blow this one away and it's less money! Things I would have changed:Weak Weak Weak gun...it no way shoots 430 fps...more like 300 or maybe less im serious..the blowback system sucks all the energy of the Co2...and if you want to shoot it fast forget about it...the speed goes down even more...I was so dissapointed I sent it back for a full refund..btw there is a significant stocking fee that brings the price down alot..like 20 bucks..I only shot it like 20 times..because it was that bad... What others should know:Make sure you know what you want when you buy stuff...because if you dont...you dont get a full refund...with the shipping and the stocking fee...that return is going to cost you!!! Believe me...and it takes a long long time to get that money back...so buyer be aware...Once you buy the gun the price goes down...it's just like a car...hahaha
Things I liked:The weight, the feel, the look, the fact that it's a fixed barrel. And more importantly the accuracy. Something so special about owning this gun...it makes you a better shooter...a better person...mmm maybe not lol but it feels good knowing you finaly own the Rolls Royce of spring guns! ` Things I would have changed:You know that old saying? If it's not broken dont fix it...applies here...I have heard people complain about it being heavy...stop your crying...I love the weight get use to it if you want to complain...this is a man's air gun btw most highend springers have a nice wieght to them!...mine is in beautiful walnut .177 cal cause i want to compete with it! What others should know:Save your money get it when you can...look around and youll find that this is the springer to get...Don't mess with the trigger leave it alone it comes like that for a reason! Unless you really really know what your doing..I love my gun...and I love this sport! Cheers!
Things I liked:Well built, fits like a champ but does not work for a RWS Feverkraft with a T05 trigger, because that gun has droop...Even though it saids it will! It does not work...the shots are really low and you max out the scope adjustment! Things I would have changed:Nothing on the mount, it's built rock solid, and if it did fit and work it would be great! You need low rings...this mount makes your scope really high so low mounts are of the upmost importance...It's a pain having to go through hoops to figure this out even with all the reseach I did do... What others should know:Get the RWS one piece 1-inch mount with .025 compensation for the RWS Feverkraft 350 magnum...its works so good..Im hitting the target at 25 yards so well, i feel like im cheating having spent two months with open sights on the gun...Now I have this mount and I dont know what to do with it...hahaha would send it back but that cost 11 bucks to get 7 back...naw dont' think so...lol
Things I liked:The look Things I would have changed:The blowback...it takes all the energy away from the gun! What others should know:Dont get this gun...I cant believe that a pro in the Gamo ad says he uses this gun to practice...really he must have a ton of CO2, and like ten magazines all ready loaded! lol very weak gun...the FPS feel like it's 250...hahaha
Things I liked:The power, and accuracy, how it looks, and sounds. I wanted a .22 that wasn't going to break the bank, but was well made for under 300, bucks...and I found it...After seeing a review that Rick E...posted about the .25 version. I thought I would bet the .22 would be great too...So I looked around some more and Boom, this was the springer to get... Things I would have changed:You don't need the bi-pod...Also you might as well take it as a workout, because it's power comes from the spring, and you got to cock it, so eat you wheaties...lol And use both hands, there is a proper way to cock this gun and it's by using both hands hold on to the barrel as you load your pellet, Artillary hold yes, use it you will get better groupinps...I bought this gun to shoot at targets, and destroy them...could be a hot wheels, or an avacado bone...you can see the power it has and with the right hunting pellet can hunt small game...for sure... What others should know:Get a better scope, the scope that comes with it is ok but not for this gun...you know how they say that the Crosman premeire pellets shoot well in most guns...well they are right! It loves these pellets...but also hollow points by beeman 18 grain...You will love this gun...I have a tx-200 .177 but I use that for accuracy but the Sniper by Hatson comes really close...if you practice your hold...cheers!
Things I liked:I read reviews and thought wow I might as well get two tins of these for my 125 Hatson sniper in .22 cal... Things I would have changed:Well these are good if you have a PCP rifle...because my springer did not like these at all...made the gun shoot loud and recoil with a twangy sound I have never heard my rifle make before! I What others should know:All the guys that are talking about how great these are, must be using a powerful PCP rifle...because even though my .22 hatson 125 sniper rifle shoots accuratly and makes a nice thump when it shoots...when I used these it made a loud twang that lasted way after the shot and shot these very poorly...If I can save one of you from not buying these to save you the time and money if you own a springer...well my job here is done....Cheers and have a great day shooting something other than these pellets if you own a springer! lol
Things I liked:It's the first NP Air Pistol... Things I would have changed:People talking about how it shoots too low...are correct! It even looks like it has barrel droop in the pictures! Look at it! lol You want to adjust the elevation but you max out the elevation screw! What' is up with that? Really weird huh! Doesn't anybody talk to these guy's that engineer these things? It's like "Hey Ralph people are saying it shoots too low, I think you have your calculations wrong, Didn't you flunk math?" lol What others should know:80 bucks...ok it shoots pretty good when you figure out how much you have to compensate for the shot...but should you really have too? I mean I have a 40 dollar Beeman 17 that shoots way better than this and you can adjust the elevation on the sight...also it's a country mile to pull the trigger...I have to think about this one I might have to take it back...also plan on buying a tin of cheap pellets for the break in period...the manual says 250 shots....i say 500 before you start seeing any good accuracy...I wish it worked out for me...I still love you PA lol
Things I liked:Well the first one....yes the first one, had a nice stock...I was so excited at first, wow a .25 cal...I never even seen one before..I held it up. Yes it feels good! I cleaned the barrel! Something one should do because of all the factory lube...It needs to break in...so I wasn't so concerned at first about the accuracy...another thing I did like was how good PA was about sending me the second Webley after the first kept on dieseling after 800 shots and and the fps went down so low it could not shoot through 1/4 partical board, the pellet would actually ricochet back to me...not penetrating what so ever! My TX 200 .177 went right trough it! I was like..."What's going on here?" lol Things I would have changed:Hatsan who makes the Webley needs to do some major major major revamping of the Patriot...don't know what they are doing with Quality support of the gun! But it's all over the map! Yikes!!! Second Webley...the walnut stock was almost black! lol not light colored like the first one! The front sight was almost falling off the gun, and you can move it very easily...so you can't shoot it with open sight...oh no! But I let it go because this was after all my second one! Went to a lot of hassel just to get it...ok breath deep! lol So I just put the scope on... I also cleaned the barrel...after 600 shots it still dieseled but not as much as the first one...and hey it could shoot through the particle board ok...but the BLK one piece mount i used would move after tighting the hell of those screws...and the Hawk scope also creeped..so it was hard to shoot accuratly I could not use the open sights because that moved also...I thought about glueing it but...really? No this gun could not shoot because everything moved....I finally with much trial and error got that BlK mount to stay put...but using the artillery hold I could not get good groups using JSB pellets...So back it went to PA... What others should know:I don't think the technology is there for a .25 springer! I think it has to do with the physics of the whole thing! It's too heavy of a pellet for a springer to project with any kind of power, consistency or accuracy!!! I have had two examples with the Webley Patriot...and it was a major major epic fail! Don't get this rifle! People have been complaining about Hatsan and the Patriot for a long time now! And for good reason! I did give this gun a chance! I want thank PA for an easy return and I got my money back...thank you PA...but Hatsan well at least the 125 sniper in .22 cal is ok...and not a mess like the Webley Patriot is! Are there great Webley Patriot out there that are good guns...yeah I'm sure there are, there are exeptions to every rule...But it's like winning the lottery...but have you ever noticed, that it's somebody else that wins it! Hahah Cheers I still love you PA! lol