Things I liked:Very sturdy design. Its heavy enough to feel like a legitimate gun, definitely does not give the impression of a toy at all.
The shot is smooth and quiet. For a backyard plinker or target shooting it seems like it would be perfect. Accurate as far as I can tell with my limited shooting experience.
Things I would have changed:A little longer, im a large man, 6'2, 300lbs, so it feels a little short. However, I plan on making a simple buttstock extension to clear that up What others should know:The gun is heavier than I expected. Not a bad thing at all, but could tire a younger one with standing use. Aside from that, quality gun.
Things I liked:Solid, sturdy build. Powerful and accurate. My daisy 880 just rocks my small steel target back and forth, this will send it spinning 3x over. Good scope that comes with it, the 4x32 centerpoint once sighted in was working as it should.Very happy for the value of this gun, I purchased through walmart during black Friday for $68, but would easily pay $100+ for it. Things I would have changed:The only thing in my wish list would be some type of pellet clip, but being a break-barrel that's not possible. I think I'm just spoiled from my daisy 953.
Other than that, I dont know what else I could change. What others should know:Its loud at first, and echos if shooting under a porch. I've put about 500+ pellets through it now and its finally quieting down.
Also, this gun is heavy. My fiance cant shoot it because she cant support it long enough to aim. Not a gun for kids, very powerful. If shooting from a rest this isn't a problem, but we like to offhand plink so this one is my primary rifle. Also, its strong gun so it takes a strong arm to break the barrel and cock the gun. Like I said, not for kids or in my case my fiance :)