Things I liked:Very good clarity
easy to adjust
stay on lens cover caps are a big plus ... fold up and down Things I would have changed:nothing that I can think of..
this is very well made instrument for its intended purpose. What others should know:Just a good solid scope and the illuminated crosshairs are great in a low light environment ..... have only had the chance to sight it in at 10 yds
but dusted two wild alley cats at 30 yds, so it should be awesome when i can take it out in the wilds and get it sighted in for 35 yds. I have a brand new Gamo Whisper CSI camo Air rifle .22 w/gas spring that I put this scope on. I love the rifle by the way.
I used Beeman's FTS Double Gold Extened range pellets ... does not say on the tin what weight they are, but those two cats sure took off like hell itself was after them. I also own a Beeman Kodiak .25 of the two I like the Gamo better because it is 6 lbs lighter and easier to maneuver.
Be safe out there and have fun.
Things I liked:You can carry this rifle all day in the field with no muscle fatigue, my Beeman Kodiak .25 that's a whole different story. I bought the .22 for hunting, finally was able to go out and scope it in at 35 yds. I just figured that would be the normal shot. It shoots very well even the Beeman extra heavy pellets grouped in a two to three inch cluster. I use a Leaper's UTG 1.25-4X24 5"long eye relief Scope mounted on this .22 camo. Things I would have changed:Again as others have mentioned about the trigger it has a very long pull before it finally fires off. Gamo should have put a rounded shroud over the front sight on this rifle as they have done on the other whispers. And I also had to tighten down the screw on the rear sight as well after a days shooting. What others should know:Over-all this is a very fine rifle, even though my .25 Beeman Kodiak is all metal and wood, well it now stays at home. This Gamo .22 is a hunter's delight ... a keeper for sure.
Have fun and stay safe out there. Clamdigger.