Things I liked:Very well thought out, quality in manufacture. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:Used these when scoping my Walther LGR with Leupold 3x9 EFR. Not a lot of room in the dovetail slots for double screw rings, these worked perfectly.
Things I liked:Inexpensive, easy setup and easy takedown. Compact design. Stands up to magnums, no problem. Nice reactive spinner, can't beat it for the price Things I would have changed:Maybe make a 5 paddle version for about $20? What others should know:Much more that I had bargained for, good value. I didn't need the "zombie" stickers, I simply use a can of cheap spray paint to cover up hits to freshen the target
Things I liked:Accuracy, great working adjustable trigger, easy to cock and load, sights easy to adjust, easy to mount scope Things I would have changed:Add a bit more dimension to the stock,IE, more of a palmswell and wider forearm--just more of a meatier feel, not heavier just more of a handfull. I don't care for the plastic front sight, I have seen them arrive broken. Time is now to go with a wider and universal sized scope rail shared among the manufacturers. A suppressed or baffled version for quiet shooting. I wish they would go back to an engraved or rolled name plate on barrel instead of the printed logo/info/model number. Have it properly lubed and internals swarf free from the factory. I would pay more for all this but also understand most shooters are trying to save money and looking for the highest velocity for the least amount of money. What others should know:Anybody should know the Diana M34 is a modern classic springer and should own at least one version of the model. More accurate than most people would think.