Things I liked:This gun is a beast! I love the absolutely menacing look and feel of this gun, this thing is no toy. I got the .177 version of the gun, so it hits speeds of about 1250 with 7.1g pellets so its super-transoinc and it creates a loud crack, so if you need stealth for a suburban area, you need to use 10.5g pellets and they are substanially quiter. The accuracy is absolutely amazing for the price. A wasp landed on my target and I just destroyed 'em, with the stock scope. By the way the scope is adequate but you can do much better, I'm getting a Centerpoint 4-16x40AOIRMD scope which will suck every last drop of accuracy out of this gun. Barrel lockup and the locking joint are very firm and will last for a long time and will be accurate for a long time. Things I would have changed:Just drop the bipod and scope and offer the gun for a cheaper price. The bipod is 'aight but I'm going to replace it. What others should know:The Crosman 10.5g Premier Domes work really well in this gun, as do other heavy pellets. The sling is also great! Great rifle and a must have.
Things I liked:Pellets are heavy, as advertised. Large quantity, inexpensive. Things I would have changed:The pellets are inconsistent, hard to zero in any sort of sights. These are the pellets made when the change the dyes in the factory, the boxed pellets are much better (from crosman at least.)
Things I liked:Crystal clear sight picture. Mil-dot/wide range of adjustments. Finger adjustable turrets. Illuminated reticle. Max-Strength mounts are great. Things I would have changed:The 36 color illumination is slightly ridiculous. The back lens cover on mine frequently gets knocked loose because the battery housing prohibits it from going on all the way. What others should know:During the NRFTC event at Crosman, the mounts failed to hold the scope in place on my Hatsan 125 NPSS. But, a little Loctite fixed that problem. The scope holds zero like a dream, and if maintained will last a lifetime. The lifetime warranty from leapers is also a good deal.