Things I liked:Nice wood grip. Trigger is ok. Trigger blade rotates but the adjustment force is fixed. Nearly infinite adjustment for rear blade opening on sight. Light weight, easy to hold. Things I would have changed:I don't like overlever cocking. A bit underpowered, it tears target paper. What others should know:Can't compete with IZH-46M. The trigger is that much better on the IZH. But the IZH's heavier weight and forward balance can be a problem.
Things I liked:Very accurate. Better balance in the hand than the IZH-46M. CO2 has cheaper initial cost, you don't have to buy a pump or tank. Things I would have changed:I don't like plastic on the trigger. Case does not isolate items as well as it should, needs more or better foam.
Things I liked:The price made it impossible for me not to try one. Pressure switch mounts good and switch operation is excellent. Things I would have changed:Getting a good adjustment on the aimpoint is difficult. The screws have some play and fine adjustments are all but impossible. What others should know:Mine is under the pistol barrel on a solid weaver mount. I don't recommend the trigger guard mount. It will not hold the laser steady and is easy to bump and loose your center.
Things I liked:Accurate, easy to load, easy to cock. I could shoot this gun all day. It's fun to use. It's a gun with few faults that doesn't ask you to make up for it's problems. If you are considering the gun, buy it, you will not be sorry. You have to spend a lot more to get a better target pistol. Things I would have changed:The back side of the grip is smooth and very slick. Some people might want to use a loose hold where this slickness would cause the gun to be unstable. It should be possible to checker this area of the grip. Anything else I would change would add to the price, like a better trigger, grip, sights or a metal bolt. At this price all these parts work. There's nothing functionally wrong with any of this. All are perfectly fine and you can shoot the center out of your targets. What others should know:It's a single stroke with little power. It's perfect for 10 meter target or accurate plinking. As a package I like it better than the Gamo. I hate the overlever cocking on the Gamo, but YMMV. The Gamo has a much better grip and rear sight. The triggers are very different. The Gamo has a lot of creep that I don't feel in the 747. Bolt loading on the 747 is more convenient.