Things I liked:They all seem to be the same exact size and they are not dirty at all. They group well out of my old winchester 353 break barrel pistol at 10 m. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:Try them, they may work well for you also.
Things I liked:Easy to mount to gun Things I would have changed:The elivation adjustment is to loose, it moves just by working the bolt. Plus, the sight does not seem to be repeatable from day to day. What others should know:I would not suggest buying this sight.
Things I liked:The gun balances quite well and shoots good groups at 10 meters. Things I would have changed:The grip should be thicker and the trigger should be much lighter for serious shooting. Plus, it should come with a rear sight. What others should know:It could use higher vilocity for silhouettes.
Things I liked:It stays zeroed with no problems and the reticles are clear indoors when set on the first brightness level. Things I would have changed:Nothing for use on PCP guns. What others should know:Do not use this sight on a springer. My brother destroyed 2 on his Browning Pistol quickly.
Things I liked:These grips a very comfortable and they help a lot with consistant shot grouping. Things I would have changed:I wish they could be adjusted vertically allowing you to change your wrist position so that the gun held more like a free pistol. What others should know:They are worth the investment if you are looking for real tight groups.
Things I liked:The regulator I received has a button to release the air after filling. It works much better than the units which have a release knob that you have to turn to release the air. Things I would have changed:The gage is only in bars - should be in pounds also.