Things I liked:The price was phenomenal on this remanufactured 760, and even with shipping, it was still cheaper than one that I could pick up locally. I was looking for a gun for my petite wife so we could go shooting and plinking together. My Ruger Air Hawk is a bit overwhelming for her so I thought a small multi-pump might suit the bill, and it did! The sights are very easy to aim with and adjust since you only adjust for drop. The gun is nice and light enough for her to carry all-day. It's pretty accurate as long as you keep your shooting within 10 yards. Though for kicks we went out to 25 yards but didn't hit much, since it's not built for distance shooting. Shooting this 760 is a blast! I haven't used bb's yet, but the loading clip for the pellets is very easy to manipulate. Things I would have changed:Not much can be improved without increasing the price, and simce the price is one of the 760's strong selling points I'd leave it just the way it is. Maybe, if they threw in an extra pellet clip, that would be nice. What others should know:Expect a sub-$30 gun to shoot like a sub-$30 gun and this 760 will surprise you every time with its velocity. Also, when pumping up the gun, try to support the pumping lever and the gun itself so you don't place too much stress on the parts. Do that and you'll have a lot of fun for a long time. One last thing, the noise from pumping is louder than the noise from actually firing the 760.