Things I liked: Quality of setup, wood stock, adjustable trigger, dual barrel, consistency and grouping, power. I put a laser site on it as well as adjusted the scope and I can get 1" grouping at 35 yards. I am impressed with this air rifle. I have tried .22 Beeman hollow points, Crosman pointed and they both yield great accuracy. The Beeman have a better punch, and the Crosman have better penetration. I also tried the Gamo .22 Rocket lead pellets with the hardened steel tip. OMG the power is really obvious. I am sticking with the .22 barrel. I assume that the .177 will yield a higher velocity projectile, but it will not have the same destructive power as the .22. With the Gamo steel tip it will puncture a hole through 40 thousands aluminum from 15 yards. I’m really happy with this air rifle so fare. So far I have 200 rounds through it and the spring, trigger and the accuracy continue to improve. I little heavier than the other air rifles, but it screams quality so I do not care. I got use to it, so it is not a problem for me. Great overall deal for the money and surprising performance.
Things I would have changed: plastic trigger...
Things I liked: Solid feel, wood stock, power and accuracy and grouping with the right pellets. The polymags .22 punch wholes through 70 thousands aluminum plate from a distance of 28 yards. That is impressive. The Benjamin hollow points give a 1,5" grouping and the Beeman double gold give .75" grouping both at 28" yards. To me that is impressive.I also got a squirrel with the Benjamins at 15 yard. One shot one kill. I changed the scope to a better one from leapers and so far I have about 1000 rounds through is an it seems to have sweeten up at this point. Great rifle for the price.
Things I would have changed: thinner grip. It can be annoying some times