Things I liked: What I like about this is that it adds barrel length, and increases accuracy a little bit.
Things I would have changed: If I could change this product, I would make a less finer threading for the barrel connection because the silencer is easily cross-threaded, causing damage to both threading on the silencer and the inner gun barrel.
What others should know: This silencer can be very easily overtightened. If this happens, attempting to remove it will actually cause you to unscrew the base connector from the silencer outer shaft. I had to unscrew the base adapter of the silencer using a set of pliers with a cloth to keep the pliers from crushing the threaded component. Do not overtighten, but just screw it on until it it stops turning with a slight amount of pressure and you're set.
Things I liked: What can I say, who doesn't need extra magazines for their gun? and at such a great price!
Things I would have changed: nothing at all to change on this product.
What others should know: Definitely should get some more when I get another pistol for them.
Things I liked: This pistol is pretty accurate in low wind conditions, has an authentic feel to it, and is very durable. very good basic pistol, and is upgradable
Things I would have changed: I really only wish that the CO2 crank was a little less obtrusive and obvious. Perhaps altering the CO2 cover on the left side of the grip into a tension-spring thatpushes the CO2 cartridge into place when you close it shut(like a vicegrip does to clamp closed) would reassure that the CO2 cartridge is in place, and would require less effort and time to change the CO2 cartridge.
What others should know: One of my older PPK/s pistols has a CO2 screw crank that causes the CO2 cartridge to be placed in the receiver valve off-center, and thus I cannot snap the cover on at all, and the cover protrudes. I solved this by swapping out the crank and hex nut with an Allen head Bolt and fitting Hex nut that matched the thread and diameter of the crank, and it not only works much better, now I can crank my CO2 in using an Allen tool. Not to mention that now my pistol doesn't have that obvious protusion at the bottom of the pistol grip.