Things I liked: easy to load and handle, hard hitting at short distances, in 2 days killed full grown but not huge coons at 20 yards, single shot each, one moved 5 feet, the other dropped where it stood, and a medium possum at ten yards, quartered away, went 30 feet, no sights on rifle for possum
Things I would have changed: skirt of pellet could be a tad bit softer, and next time gonna get pointed pellets
What others should know: 500 per tin, have a small film container w/ screw top that will hold 50 easily
Things I liked: hefty, breeze to cock, fits me well, hits fairly hard out to perhaps 25 yard, have taken two coons and a possum in last two days, that's why I got it, good safety location, more attractive (not a high priority) and fitted (is a high priority) that I expected, easy to load, don't care for scopes for short distance shooting (under 150 yards), but this rifle isn't good for anywhere near there, wasn't designed for it, probably 40 yards or so effectively, which is why I bought it.
Things I would have changed: would be very nice to have a front sight with aperture rear sight since this is short range gun, won't be shooting a quarter mile after all...also, some sort of suppressor would be nice as it's actually louder than my .22 rifle w/ 32 inch barrel shooting .22 shorts. Gonna contact Pyramid about sights and suppressor in next few days. Live in town, air gun operation is legal for pest removal, but noise bothers neighbors.
What others should know: I've not much experience, but that was by far the hardest time I ever had putting on a scope. Maybe I didn't know a trick or something. But first, second, and third shot (after cleaning bore twice with solvent) were 2 inches low, could be covered by half dollar, then at 15 yards, three shots were 3 inches low, could have just about been covered by a quarter. If I had to guess, appears scope zeroed at about 35-40 yards; will try when I go to camp. Scope too hard for me to use on running coon, really nee d aperture sights, for me.