Things I liked:Good number in the tin, fun to plink with. Things I would have changed:Better consistency of craftsmanship What others should know:Don't try to sight your gun at more than 20 yards with this. After 15 yards they are unpredictable due to flaws in the pellets. It may have to do with weight, since my shots were centered well, but the pellet would go very high randomly, every third shot or so.
Things I liked:Quiet, when you shoot the gun it seems loud because of the piston vibrations, but if you stand next to someone else shooting you will be surprised by the quietness, and if you stand 20 feet away (and off to the side of course) you hear nothing but the whiz of the pellet. People complained about the scope sliding off, but the new mount has a stopping system for the scope so it will not budge once tightened. Accurate. make sure to get good pellets, not generic ones. I had some problems sighting it in when I first bought this and figured out it was because the pellets I bought were really cheap inconsistent ones. make sure to buy high quality pellets, domed ones seem to be the most accurate, clean it often and it will be consistent. Best air gun for the money, great for plinking, hunting, whatever you need. I've had it a little over a year now and it works the same as when I first bought it. If I managed to lose or break this gun, I would definitely buy it again Things I would have changed:The butt of the stock is hollow. This makes the gun lightweight, but also causes a lot of vibrations. What others should know:I put some regular egg crate style foam in the stock and it makes a big difference in the vibrations. All you have to do is unscrew the buttplate and screw it back on when you're done. Also, when cocking the gun it is easiest to hold onto the grip with your dominant hand and then hold the tip of the barrel with your other hand.