Things I liked:Maintains good power downrange Things I would have changed:Make them more accurate What others should know:On my Diana 350 Magnum they weren't the most accurate pellets, but were sufficient if shooting a larger than squirrel sized target.
Things I liked:Very well made case. Scope installation was also excellent. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:My RWS Diana 350 Magnum came almost already zeroed for RWS Super H points at 25 yds. It was $45 very well spent.
Things I liked:Illuminated Mil Dot reticle. Really powerful magnification. You can really reach out and touch something Things I would have changed:One more Mil Dot, and set them up for yards not meters. What others should know:Make sure you remember to turn the reticle illumination off after use.
Things I liked:Solid one piece mount. Holds the scope securely in the rings Things I would have changed:Make the stop pin bigger, or stronger. After 100 Shots on my RWS 350 Magnum the stop pin sheared and the mount slid back to the mount screw for the dovetail mount.
Things I liked:Low cost 4500psi compressor2 Things I would have changed:Make it self lubricating. Every 2 hours of use you need to take the cover off and put a dab of lithium grease on the pistons then replace the cover.
Things I liked:Heavy hitter. Need a good backstop. Things I would have changed:Loudness. The "baffleless" system doesn't work very well. It sounds like a handgun being fired. What others should know:I am working on finding the bullet mold that works best. The lee 102gr 9mm molds don't make bullets this gun likes, and the lee 124 grain made semi-accurate (less than 1" group at 25 yards.) I only get 5 rounds fired to go from 3000psi to 2000 psi so I don't know where the other numbers came from.