Things I liked:rate of fire, accuracy for a smoothbore steel shot bb gun, power, extended play hopper and gas method Things I would have changed:overall size, fit and finish (i.e. polish), everything is molded plastic What others should know:good deal, fun for shooting beer cans across the yard
Things I liked:the grips are comfortable. the open sights and the click adjustable windage/elevation work very well, good sight picture (good design). the accuracy once sighted in is very good (crosman competition wadcutters). shot cycle is quiet (mostly). the trigger is superb. easy to disassemble for tuneups and repairs.
Things I would have changed:the ratchet beartrap mechanism CLACK CLICK CLACK CLACK
the power level is barely adequate.
would have liked the option for an optics rail to mount a dot sight. What others should know:accurate enough to bag wasps at ten feet. aluminum cans at tens yards =easy. loses power after that range. a great plinker pistol.
not enough power to puncture a soup can at five feet range.
probably the best starter/introductory target pistol "for the money you pay"
Things I liked:The absolute most accurate, consistent pellet I have ever used.
If you hold one in your hand and look closely for imperfections, there are none. These rws pellets look like they were machined on a lathe. What others should know:I shoot a Mendoza Rm600 0.22 Cal. with a Willaims peep rear sight.
My groups can be covered with a fingernail at 15 yards (using rws meiserkugeln),
using crosman match or pointed the groups swell to an inch with occasional fliers (outliers).