Things I liked:I just picked up this gun tonight after going through two Gamo's in the past month. Both Gamo's just felt cheaply built and had scopes that were nearly impossible to zero in. This is not the case with the trail np. Powerful, solidly built and even the scope seems pretty nice (for the price tag).. I was able to zero in the scope very quickly and start knocking out quarter sized groupings from about 25 yards within the first 30 minutes or so. I love the weight of the gun too. It's a little heavier that the Gamo's were but it feels sturdy and nicely balanced. I'm definitely happy with my purchase and would recommend this gun to anyone. Great value for the money and then some.. Things I would have changed:The trigger.. Very long pull.
Things I liked:I like verything. Great build quality! The balance and weight of the gun are perfect. The trigger is smooth and solid. I'm used to break barrel guns but I really like the side lever. It cocks very smoothly. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:It's a little loud but not too bad. Hoping that it will quiet down after I've had a chance to break it in. It just arrived today so after mounting the scope, the sling swivels, etc I only had the opportonity to fire off a few rounds before dark. I'm used to the noise level of my Benjamin Trail NP so maybe it's just my perspective.