Things I liked: Not a whole lot. See below....
Things I would have changed: There were no instructions with the target, so it took a bit of doing to figure out how to assemble the target, by repeatedly looking at the box illustration and using common sense.
What others should know: Frankly I would not buy this target again. My battery-operated airsoft pistols could not knock down the targets, even from inches away. My 1911A1 springers could knock them down, but only if hit exactly in the middle. It took me too many shots to achieve this. I was afraid to use my powerful gas pistols on it, for fear of wrecking it. Most of the .12 g plastic BBs simply bounced back off the target faces. Out of 22 shots, five only were retained by the net.
Things I liked: Light weight, easily transportable, great for shooting <700 fps airguns in the house. I used it today to test a new-model Daisy #25 BB gun at 15 feet. Worked great. The holes are well-defined, at least when the block is brand new but I've only put 10 BBs into it so far.
Things I would have changed: nada…it is what it is.
What others should know: A reviewer before me wanted replacement targets for it. The info on the shrink wrapped targets says "Replacement targets available at www,crosman.com". You might want to put it in a cardboard box open on the target end as it gets used, to avoid mess. I paid $20+ bucks for it including tax at a well-known sporting goods chain here in California, so Pyramyd's much lower price is a bargain!
Things I liked: looks great
Things I would have changed: cylinder open/close feels flimsy. trigger pull is too heavy and affects accuracy. I could forgive these two faults but even so, at 12' bbs were all over the 12" gel target…2 even bounced off the plastic rim. I tried using just 1 cartridge in the same cylinder chamber but got the same result. I suspect the hammer is giving uneven power results with each shot.
What others should know: this is my second such revolver. I don't remember accuracy being this bad. My suggestion for using this gun in 'battle' would be to throw it at your opponent. possibly I just have a lemon, but I don't understand how an 8" bbl can throw such a wide group at under 15'. i feel i could achieve better results by blowing bbs through a straw. Sorry folks, unless you just want to hang this one on the wall or annoy your little brother at point blank range, I cannot recommend buying this one.