Things I liked:For an RWS / Diana 34, T05
This is a great scope! With the correct ammo and a pillow, it his the center every time! (10 meters)
One of these days, I'll take it outside and try longer shots. Things I would have changed:Eh? Can't think of a thing. What others should know:If you put this on a Diana 34, you also will notice the barrel end is light and prone to wiggling.
Add some weight by installing a muzzle brake.
Things I liked:H&N makes good products, but this is too much pellet (at least contact surface, if not weight as well) for the RWS Diana 34 Things I would have changed:Elongate the pellet and have minimal contact surface with the rifling - that may help my dilemma. What others should know:As stated above, this is not an effective pellet for a Diana 34. You need an airgun with more energy to move this pellet effectively.
Things I liked:It is inexpensive. Things I would have changed:Elastic tensioning for the loops. What others should know:As said before, it becomes loose and slips off.
Also, the "leather" around the barrel wicks off any rust protection and shines up the bluing very quickly.
Things I liked:The price was very good for the quantity and not TOO many truly damaged pellets.
For an inexpensive plinking pellet, this isn't too bad. Things I would have changed:Better sorting from the production line.
If the name is "Premier" What others should know:When there is the word "Premier" on the label, you expect a certain level of quality.
My opinion here is subjective because I did not actually gauge pellets to check for roundness and consistent size.
You can feel the difference when you are loading a pellet into the chamber.
* Some pellets drop in, skirt and all. With no real pressure, the skirt goes past the breech face.
* Others you can tell are egg-shaped on the dome, where it engages on 2 points and wiggles.
* The final group is a press-fit, a bit tighter than I would like it. The outside of the skirt usually presses half way into the breech.
My pellet gun is a Diana 34 springer. With any springer type gun, consistent pellet size and roundness is required for good accuracy.
This pellet keeps the word "sport" in sport shooting.
With Beeman or H&N, the groups I shoot are usually under a dime at 10 meters.
With the Premier pellet, my groups are usually under a quarter.
Things I liked:For the price, it is an excellent plinking pellet. Not too high up on the accuracy. Things I would have changed:More quality control to maintain diameter and roundness. What others should know:Shooting a Diana 34, this pellet is slightly less accurate than the Crosman Premier domed 14.3gr pellet.
(which is to be expected with a hollowpoint)
Things I liked:This is an all-around fun gun to shoot!
It is not the most accurate or powerful pistol there is, but if you are using old phone books and magazines for a backstop, this gun will shred the paper in no time!
Two things, get the laser. It really helps the accuracy. Things I would have changed:Stiffen the barrel to the frame and add a rail to the front end of the top slide. The top slide can randomly shift from side to side, altering the aim of the gun. What others should know:I'm getting 60-80 shots per CO2 cartridge, depending on how fast I'm firing. I think I'll be buying pellets in bulk. It eats up the pellets in a hurry.
Things I liked:Fast, easy to use and easy to adjust.
It turns a so-so aiming gun into something more accurate. Things I would have changed:Add set screws to lock it into the rail. The spring loaded buttons seem to hold it, but I'm concerned about it moving. What others should know:After getting this, it is hard to go back to the old fashioned way, open sights. If you are wondering if you should buy it or not, -BUY IT-!