Things I liked:Easy to use, works very well, clear view. Things I would have changed:I would not change anything. What others should know:It's a great scope for the price. I don't think you'll regret this purchase.
Things I liked:It fit my Air Venturi Scuba tank adapter and now I can fill my marauder. Happy Happy. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:This will fit a Marauder. But, I'm sure you knew that already.
Things I liked:Quiet, accurate, lots of power. I have heard the bolt is gritty, mine is not. I like the trigger, seems light and short to me, but I'm not an expert air gunner. I like not having to worry about scratching a nice wood stock. Things I would have changed:I wouldn't change much, maybe shave another pound somehow. What others should know:Ok, all the reviews on the old wood Marauder were raving about the "GREEN MOUNTAIN" barrels. Do the new syn-rods still use the high quality barrel. I'm not sure. It is not printed in the owners manual, nor on the crosman web site. I want someone to answer this PLEASE.
Things I liked:Price, clarity and the AO. I liked this scope so much I bought 2. Things I would have changed:I would get rid of the IR. It seems more of a gimmick to me. That does not mean it doesn't work, just it has limited use. What others should know:This is a huge upgrade from a package deal scope. If you can afford it, buy it!
Things I liked:Variety of sizes and weights. The tubes would be great for carrying a small amount of pellets out hunting or wherever. Things I would have changed:I would label the individual bottles. This is pretty ridiculous how easy it would be to have a bunch of pellets and not know any of the weights and sizes. What others should know:Be careful when opening, easy to miix up. I cut the size, weight and name labels off the package and scotch taped them on the tubes.
Things I liked:I bought this rifle and returned it immediately. It is very loud! Much like a .22 rimfire. Thanks to Pyramid Air I was able to get the air gun I really wanted. What others should know:This rifle is about as loud as a 10/22! Not backyard friendly. I settled on the CondorSS. Although not as quiet as my Syn-rod, I could shoot it a few times in my back yard without drawing to much attention.
Things I liked:There JSB's. You get what you pay for. A quality pellet, that will shoot well in almost all guns. Things I would have changed:A better screw on lid. What others should know:If you don't have a tin, buy one.
Things I liked:Looks better than F1. Very light, I was shocked, it feels like an empty plastic box. Seems very straight forward to use. Things I would have changed:Sell as a kit with lights. They should put huge disclaimer on box stating "THIS CHRONOGRAPH WILL NOT WORK INDOORS". Instead you get this B.S. about how it "MAY" not work indoors, poppycock I say. What others should know:I have had this for around a month, Ive shot around 50-75 pellets over it and had it record a speed one time. I'm hoping the light kit solves this problem, other wise I'll have to send it to the manufacture. I would rate it higher, I just am not sure it works.
Things I liked:Huge pellet, also on the larger side as far as circumference. This is a seriously tight fit in my Benjamin Titan. I only bought these to see the FPS difference from the 10.34 JSB, which is the preferred pellet for that gun. The sound difference between the two pellet sizes hitting my target is amazing, you really can tell there is substantial weight difference. Things I would have changed:same as all JSB containers, a screw lid please. What others should know:Anything I have bought that has the JSB name on it has performed exceedingly well. If you are thinking of trying different pellets, put JSB in your air gun, I would venture to say, you will be pleased
Things I liked:Super accurate in Airforce Condor SS. Things I would have changed:Screw lid What others should know:I have put around 500 of these through my Airforce Condor SS and as long as the quality keeps up at JSB, I will always feed the Condor its preferred pellet.