Things I liked: I was very surprized by the accuracy of the 1322,I was never into these types of airguns(pheunmatic pumps) especially with a pistol. I bought this gun to play around in my backyard to shoot paper, after shooting a few pellets through it, I thinks it's just an awesome gun that's real fun to shoot,for the price of the 1322 you can't go wrong. i am very happy with this purchase. The power from this gun is decent for a stock pumper.They are real easy to work on if your into doing modifications. Very cool gun!
Things I would have changed: The main thing I would change would be the breech, I think it should come with an option of having a steel breech for those who prefer a scope oppose to the open sights as I do.
What others should know: There are many upgrade parts available for this gun, I took the pistol grips off & added the 1389 stock & converted it into a very cool carbine for under $100.
Things I liked: I definitely like the looks of the gun...I do like the fact that this particular gun was fairly clean unlike the first NP2 with the wood stock that was a disaster as soon as I opened the box...this was a few months back..so I waited until Crosman corrected some of the flaws with their highly touted NP2 that had flopped drastically...well this new black synthetic .22 NP2 was a Christmas gift & I figured I would be returning this one too...well I was wrong...once I opened the box & thoroughly examined this one for any cosmetic flaws which it has but very very minimal...I can live with it...now besides the look that I liked I like the easy cocking effort to cock the barrel....very smooth as well...I mounted a Hawke Sport 4-12 x 50 AO scope & not the garbage that comes with the package...after about a dozen JSB Exacts.22 that I shot I finally was on my target...I could not get my shots on the paper at all...when I did I decided to bring my target in from 45yds to 23 yds to sight it in!
Things I would have changed: Definitely the scope & as much as the trigger is better then the first NP that were out ...this trigger is still on the heavy pull side...maybe it will lighten up in time...who knows??
What others should know: After sighting in my scope & shooting a bit I have to say that I am very impressed with the accuracy of this gun...at 23 yds I was consistently putting pellet after pellet in the same ragged hole...this gun groups quite well & for the money it's a tough beat...I'm not comparing it to my Theoben Gas Rams but for a $200 airgun you can't go wrong...I don't know how long this gun will perform this way but for now it has finally won my approval!!!