Things I liked:Power and accuracy ( not gun related) but, staff at pyramid. Guy who helped me stoked me out with 2nd day air price and might I add was completely friendly. I enjoy buying stuff from people who have confidence in what they pimp. Things I would have changed:Why can't stock springers exhude the level of quality from jump like some of the after market companies tune kits. ie; sound, power options and smoothness of cocking stroke? It sucks when you break the barrel and it sounds like sand paper while cocking. Also why aren't all stock's ambi? What others should know:Don't get me wrong love t his rifle, wish I got this b4 my 34. Oh well, if considering the two go for the 350 ! Do not let cocking effort sway you. Frankly, not much more effort. I read a lot of the reviews here and I'm not trying to insult any one but----- scope on an air gun=weak sauce. I'm 20/200 vision so spare me. Open sites get it done, 50-100yds. Hunting perspective only, not a paper puncher.
Things I liked:open sites are great, easy kills out to 50 yards(birds,gophers,bunnies and such). No need for a scope here, learn to shoot. For the price can't be beat Things I would have changed:maybe make it a little lighter,metal trigger guard. What others should know:Staff a PA top notch as usual. Shoots 14.3 ben. discoveries well and JSB 15.9 and 18's. Lots-o-power and don't let the cocking effort deter you. I'm righty but shoot lefty so the ambi stock is nice. Threw in a vortek tune kit, this thing just keeps getting better. Get it.
Things I liked:tight fit, consistent. Things I would have changed:would love to see these in a 15-17 grain. the obligatory less money statement What others should know:great pellet but, for the price others shoot just as well in my rws34 and 350 and cost less
Things I liked:clean, shoots well in several rws springers.Quantity Things I would have changed:little soft. can we get over the non screw on lid thing--deal with it. What others should know:don't like tins with no screw top or foam(this does have foam)solve problem your self. multiple easy solutions
Things I liked:Quantity and quality for the price, Screw on lid and snug fit. Things I would have changed:If I had to say something.... a 16.5 or 17 weight would be epic. What others should know:I want to love trendy expensive pellets but, these make it tough. They shoot great in both RWS 34 & 350 in .22. Use for hunting in 34 and practice in both. Bonus=reuse tin on high priced pellets that come in sub par tin.
Things I liked:Solid quality, 500 count, foam in tin for protection. Buy 3 get 1 free makes them affordable as well. Things I would have changed:Better tin and offer different head diameters. What others should know:Consistent in sizing, good go to pellet for T.P. and Hunting. Use in rws 34 and 350.
Things I liked:Weight and consistency of pellet Things I would have changed:Accuracy, price, quantity. What others should know:Of all the pointed pellets out their these shot the best. However, that's not saying much. Rws 350 & 48 were getting 1.50" @ 40yds. And AA S510 looked like a shotgun pattern. My minimum range is 40yrds and max about 125yrds, these just don't cut it. Maybe they do well @ closer distances or in different rifles. I will not purchase these again.
Things I liked:Strong, sturdy and hard hitting. Also surprisingly accurate Things I would have changed:Price and quantity What others should know:These shot much better than expected. In rws 350 it's one of the most accurate pellets I've found. Getting dime/penny size groups from 40-60yrds. Rws48 was more like penny/nickel size groups at similar distances, I still think that's pretty good. Now for the bad news AA S510 seems to continue to be pellet fussy and does not like these at all.
Things I liked:Solid, all around consistent pellet. Offers respectable performance in all of my riffles. Still comes in 500rnd tins. Things I would have changed:Skirts can get a little dinged up in tin. They could always be less money. Availability is inconsistent. What others should know:Absolute favorite pellet for my rws 48 and in the top two for rws 34 & 350. This is one of only three pellets that my springers can share with my AA S510(jsb 15.9 & 18.1 being the other two). If I could only pick one pellet to shoot in my springers this H&N would be it.
Things I liked:Accuracy is superb, cocking is easy, no harsh recoil and surprisingly quiet . Things I would have changed:In a perfect world it would have a little more power, not be as heavy and cost less. What others should know:I'm amazed by the accuracy, especially with such a short barrel. Was a little twangy as most springers are stock. After I Tuned with a vortek kit it made a great gun just about perfect. Smooth shot cycle, not hold sensitive, quiet (easy backyard quiet) and a little more power. I returned an AA510 in favor of this and i don't regret it one bit. This is about half the price and for me personally it consistently out shot the AA510. Only dislike would be the weight but by no means a deal breaker. This is a keeper.
Things I liked:Complete fit and finish of this gun was truely a work of art. Well balanced,smooth and powerful. Things I would have changed:Accuracy wasn't as consistent as I had hoped . What others should know:Maybe my shooting style just isn't a match for this rifle. This was my first pcp and despite its beauty I was very disappointed with its accuracy, I was expecting something a lot more consistent. POI changed almost every 5-7 shots. Like I previously stated this was my first pcp so maybe this is to be expected. All I can say is at 40-50yrds I'm shooting dime size with my rws48 and slightly less than that with my hw97 on a fairly consistent basis. I did not have those results with the AA510. Just not the gun for me, I'll stick to my hassle free springers.