Things I liked:Simple to mount, simple to zero in and adjust. I use on an indoor 10M range.
Ample aperture to acquire target. It's mounted on an old Daisy 850 Powerline single pump. Things I would have changed:nothing What others should know:Cross hairs slightly off, you get what you pay for around $10
Things I liked:A good basic paper puncher at a light 7.0 gr. Works well in both old and new air guns. Clean pellets with little to no lead particles. Things I would have changed:Be better if price was lower. What others should know:Though not as good as Meister 8.4 gr wadcutters, the Diabolos 7.0's get to the target faster.
Things I liked:The red center makes acquiring the target and adjusting NPA (natural point of aim) much easier than a standard all black bull. This is especially true with diopter sights. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:To help target hang better and straighter, slightly re-roll target on to backside before hanging. The target will then hang straight down without a concave aspect.
Things I liked:Beautifully crafted gun. Heavy, no a toy If you want to feel like you own a real 9mm, than buy this. Things I would have changed:Trigger pull is very hard in double action. In single action, left off is unpredictable. Needs mods on the action. Does not come close to 425 fps. Needs more power. Price is to high. What others should know:I returned gun to PA for their 30 day price return guarantee. Bought a Crosman 2240. ($57.00) Did trigger and steel breach mods. Has much better power and trigger action than the Beretta.
Things I liked:Great bargain at $57.00. Nice power for a .22. Accurate out of the box. Things I would have changed:Sell it with the steel breach, not the cheap plastic. I put a steel on mine. What a difference! Needs a trigger mod. Too much pull for let-off. What others should know:There are after market trigger mods available. I got a "super sear" from Archer Airguns. $9.00... It did the trick on the trigger. Buy this gun you can't go wrong!