Things I liked:very accurate right out of the box, high quality stock and trigger, excellent blueing, very happy camper! Things I would have changed:nothing What others should know:worth the money--definitely get what you pay for with this outstanding rifle
Things I liked:Handles great, same size and weight as a Colt, inexpensive way to keep in practice. Things I would have changed:The trigger is so-so. It works fine for single action, but is way too stiff for double action to have any kind of accuracy. I would rate 5 stars if the trigger was smoother. What others should know:If you want a replica of a Colt 1911 high-quality .177 caliber pellet pistol to practice with, it's worth the money. This is not a cheap plastic air soft pistol, but a full metal replica of an original Colt.
Things I liked:Beautiful stock, light weight, easy to handle, accurate. Things I would have changed:A little pricey. A marauder is almost the same but half the price. Beeman's customer service has been less than I expected. No response after multiple phone calls and a brief, terse response after a few emails. What others should know:The adaptor that comes with the rifle plugs into the barrel to fill the PCP tank. You have to buy another adaptor to screw on that has a Foster fitting so you can fill with standard American quick fitting. Didn't know that when I bought it and had to figure it out and then order the other adaptor.
Things I liked:This adaptor allows me to connect my Beeman Falcon R-s adaptor directly to my filling tank female Foster quick connect. The Beeman comes with a BSPP adaptor that plugs into the barrel of the gun. The other end has female threads that don't fit the standard Foster fittings. This adaptor screws onto the Beeman adaptor for the rifle and has a Foster quick connect male end on the other end. Perfect! Things I would have changed:Nothing--works perfectly. What others should know:If you buy an air rifle from Pyramyd Air, click on all the links. I didn't when I bought the Beeman and only realized later that the solution to using the Beeman with my current Venturi tank was right there on the web site all along (if I had only read)!