Things I liked: Ease of loading pellets into my air rifle, such a breeze. Reloading rounds twice as fast. Either hunting or plinking a Pellet Pen is a must.
Things I would have changed: I would like to see a clip, so I could clip it on my pocket instead of putting it in my pocket. The clip you see on the pen is a slide and not designed like a "pen" clip. Also when pulling it out of your pocket the slide will sometimes move. I think it should be more rigid.
What others should know: you need to buy several. I have 2 for my .177 and 1 for my .22. When you order I'd say get 4, especially if you do a lot of plinking. You'll run thru pellets like their free. You'll be suprised how fast you can empty a pen.
Things I liked: Cant beat it for the price. Single rail eliminates movement. Being a high mount makes it easier for me to get into that scope eye.
Things I would have changed: pre dip lock tight on all the fasteners.
Things I liked: If you have an 11mm dovetail on your air rifle and need to convert to a Weaver, this is the rail to get. Plus the compensation for droop, does the job. Once I got it on my rifle, I was able to use the factory UTG scope rings that came with my Accushot scope. After just a few shots down range, I was sited in. I didnt have to make any further adjustments with the position of the rings on the rail.
Things I would have changed: The recoil stop screw...the rail is pretty long and the distance from the stop screw to the end of the rail is a fraction longer than the dovetail grove on the rifle. So with the rail to its furthest position towards the shooter, it takes a bit of work to get the rail positioned and held on the dovetail and the stop screw in the stop hole on the rifle.
What others should know: Besides the stop screw position,if you are used to quickly resting your cheek on the stock, this rail really raises your scope height off your rifle. So it takes a bit of practice to get into your scope eye.