Things I liked:Don't know yet-only got one shot off before there was an issue with the gun. Things I would have changed:Definitely the scope mounts. Just not my favorite mounts, but, again, the potential of the scope is yet unknown. What others should know:For some reason, only got one shot off, then the safety wouldn't disengage. This is not necessarily a negative review, as I don't know the guns true potential in .25. Things happen. I sent it back, in the hopes that the PA techs can do something with it. If not, I'll have to try the .22 version. I do know that the one shot I did get, was dead nuts, and had good power. I look forward to either getting this one back, or trying the .22. Real bummer-took me a while to get the money up for the .25. As my saying goes, though-"There's a lemon in every lot". Mistakes are bound to happen in mass production, and I will not get upset over it. Just got to hope for the best next time. I'm going to rate it at least 3 stars, because I honestly believe, through experience, that this gun has good potential. PA was a pleasure to deal with when it came to this issue.
Things I liked:Accurate with open sights. Good power. Quite impressed by the fact that I could purchase a .25 for $100. Actually a very smooth shooter. Things I would have changed:The scope rings. They set too high in my opinion. No big deal-I'll just swap to lower rings. What others should know:Good power, one hell of a deal for what you pay for it. Where else can you get a .25 for this low a cost??? Am using the Skenco Ultrashock pellets. If you use these, go with open sights. The scope doesn't adjust enough to compensate for droppage with these pellets. Lower rings should solve that problem.