Things I liked:light weight. Feel of rifle. Trigger is o.k. slightly louder than expected. Power seems as advertised. Things I would have changed:Quality control of manufacturer. What others should know:I used the rifle for three hours. The rear screw holding the piston /barrel fell out while I was cocking the rifle. The whole assembly came out of the stock. I called Pyramid air. They suggested I contact Gammo. I agree that Gammo should be aware of such a serious problem. Gammo warranty had the rifle for 4 weeks. I received the rifle, it seems fine. All the screws are tight. Check ALL screws before use. It will save head aches.
Things I liked:Price. Manufacturer. Consistency. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:I bought the 177. The quality was consistent. Groups were very tight and consistent with Gammo Silent Stalker.
Things I liked:Accuracy. Fit well in the breech of crosman phantom and the raven. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:The lid of the tin is a slip fit and comes off easily. Be careful opening.
Things I liked:Quick and easy to use. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:Cleaning uses a lot of pellets. Order more than you think you need if you clean your barrel frequently.
Things I liked:Everything Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:Lock tite all the nuts and bolts. They do come loose if they are not very tight or have lock tight on them. You also need to repaint the yellow knock down metal part. The paint wears off quickly and it is difficult to see the target area.
Things I liked:Very quiet. Very smooth cocking. Wood stock has a nice feel. Things I would have changed:The trigger is very bad, rough and a hard pull, What others should know:This rifle is VERY hold sensitive. It took about 500 pellets of practice with the artillery hold to get acceptable groups. The groups tightened up considerably when I held the rifle very lightly with almost no pressure from my trigger hand and my cheek just touching the cheek rest. It is a rifle that requires practice.