Things I liked:Some condor owners are calling this airgun a tack driver. This is an understatement, more like a needle driver. I have the .177cal in CO2 and I tuned mine in at 30 yards, I get bored shooting at the bulls eye. I shoot at the 1/8th inch numbers belonging to the circles on the target, or just shoot at my own pellet holes. This gun is the most accurate gun I have ever owned. I need a bigger yard so I can see what it will do at 50 yards. Things I would have changed:Not a thing. At first I thought the price was a little high but after shooting this gun and seeing what it will do every penny was well spent. What others should know:I you buy the condor with the 20oz. tank go ahead and purchase the AirForce Tri rail scope adapter also, this will raise your scope enough to get a good eye relief/sight pictuer.
Things I liked:Believe it or not I modified this mount and put it on my Air Force 177 Condor. I didn't like the way my stock Condor was set up, (The scope used 50-75% of it's elevation sighted it in at 30 yards.) I milled off the front portion of the mount ( the part containing the"moon shaped" circle) and mounted it on my Condor. Now my scope is nearley set at zero at 30 yards and is just as accurate as it was before. Now I have more adjustment to play with if needed. Things I would have changed:UTG should come out with a universal scope mount like this one, to fit all air rifles. What others should know:If you don't have access to a milling machine get a good file and file off just the " moon shaped circle" enough to clear your dove tail mount. After I milled the end I used flat black paint to cover up the milled area, it looks like no mods were made.