Things I liked:It's a solid well built firearm. I have used many pellet guns in the past but nothing compares to this one. The trigger is silky smooth. The barrel is exceptional. The consistent accuracy I get is simply stunning. I purchased the .177 Walnut model. It loves 9-11 grain pellets. This rifle will be handed down for generations. Things I would have changed:The Walnut stock is very attractive. It is however slightly porous and unfinished. I was expecting a more polished finished. It almost appears to have no finish at all, its very matte. As a dude that has stubble almost 24/7 this causes an odd problem. When my cheek is at rest against the stock and I adjust my face against the walnut grain I get a sharp pull. The stubble gets stuck in the tiny pores of the wood. OUCH! What others should know:I mounted a Leapers 6-24x50 to it. I spent a good afternoon zero'ing it in at 35 yards. I moved the target to 55 yards and saw almost no drop at POI. I was smashing nickels into apples at 55 yards shooting at rest with JSB Exact Heavy 10.2 grain ammo consistently. I have found other ammo to be very accurate when used with my rifle. Beeman Kodiak copper plated 10.19g and H&N Baracuda Match 10.65 are very accurate. I consider myself a pretty good shot but this rifle has either confirmed that or has made me better. All I know is that I can hit a 4"x4" target at 85 yards almost at will every time with this rifle and any of the 3 ammo's I listed.
Things I liked:For the price it's a steal! Great scope, lots of features found on high buck scopes. It took a few hours to zero in and it has stayed accurate after 2000+ shots. It's mounted to my Air Arms TX200 MkIII .177 rifle and it's as accurate as it is good looking. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:The range card it comes with is very useful. Using it with the scopes mil dots has proven lethal. There are dozens of varmints dying of lead poisoning around my farm ever since I purchased this scope. Weird coincidence?