Things I liked:About the most consistently accurate of the four ammo Mfg`s Ive tried in both my Gamo 34 Pro Compact and Gamo 220. Things I would have changed:Pickayune thing but I like screw top cans! Not slipons . I`d Pay another .25-50 cents for screw top cans.
Things I liked:Clear view and positive adjusting turrets. Things I would have changed:Eye relief isnt 3 inches. More like 1 inch. That makes it difficult to mount this scope far enough back to be comfortable to shoot. What others should know:See what mounts are available and compatible to shift this scope rearward first before buying the scope.
Things I liked: It was a bit of a help for my 5th generation Leapers compact3x9x32 Bugbuster which has a short eye relief. Things I would have changed:Make the tail a tad bit longer foryet more adjustment
Things I liked:I`m re-reviewing this scope after mounting it on a different rifle and using a offsetting mount to improve short eye relief issues. I do like the small size if this scope therefore I`m improving my rating. Things I would have changed:Improve eye relief if possible. 1"to 1-1/2" is rather short What others should know:Make sure you can get the compatable mount that mates to the gun and scope. Adding a specific mount makes the scope seem like less of a cost effective deal.
Things I liked: Makes it simple to swap different scopes to the same rifle with minimal to no change of zero. So far no issues with scope of ring slippage. I will buy another set when the time comes Things I would have changed:Nothing. What others should know:Always check the zero after the swap. In most cases no further scope adjustment will be neccesary.
Things I liked:Consistently tight groups with my Benji Trail NP. As good as my favored pellet in this air rifle. Great expansion. Things I would have changed:Id like to say make them less expensive but thats probably not logical.
Things I liked:Seems well made. Clamps up tight to the barrel and folds up without being clumsy. Does its job well Things I would have changed:Maybe rubber leg tips? What others should know:I ran a lap or two of electrical tape around the barrel where the clamp tightens to prevent scratches. Works better on "non springer air rifles" as they are too hold sensitive
Things I liked:Rubber tip retains pellets well. Inserts the pellets in a positive manner. Things I would have changed:That plastic thing cant make up its mind whether its a pocket clip or a top end pellet retainer/inserter. It could stand to be a more robust What others should know: I have to say I like the less expensive Crossman pellet pen better.
Things I liked:USA made Remington NPSS in .177, digital camo; Nice weight and "carries" well for hunting. Factory trigger was suprisingly satisfactory but I upgraded to a CDT for an improvement.
Things I would have changed:A lot of "grinding" when cocking out of the box . So bad I almost sent it back to Pyramid. It lessened after light application of lube to the lower end of the tube and after 50 shots is a non issue.
Accuracy is sporadic. (After 250 break in shots) At 40 feet off the bench sometimes three consecutive shots in a ragged hole then fliers an inch away. Using RWS super domes, super mags, and crossman destroyers. I will try another scope to eliminate optical issues or I have to blame my hold. But I do shoot a Benji Trail NP and an old gamo 220 springer off the same bench with no problems What others should know:To be fair, I will re- review this Remington after changing scopes and another 200+ rounds of different types of pellets. Because I can get occasional good three or four shot groups I feel this gun will shoot consistently. (I probably should have returned this rifle to PA but much time has passed since purchase) No bad reflection on PA and their policies intended.
Things I liked:This is a re review. After 700 rounds the grinding while cocking returned quick and painfully. Disassembly was a simple task and I deburred and resealed. The Nitro Piston was fine, the compression piston was not, having left some heavy scoring below the compression tube. After some serious polishing and lubing of both the piston and tube I was happy with the results but this should`nt have happened in the first place. I still enjoy the weight and carry characteristics of the rifle which is why I purchased it and will keep it as I dont expect the grinding issue to reoccur. Things I would have changed:I blame quality control on the grinding problem. What others should know:This gun now shoots 3/8 inch and better groups @40 feet and flyers are attributable to shooters hold. Groups best with heavier pellets and seems to do best with H&N 10.34 Barracuda Hunters.
Things I liked: Pretty clear optics for the price. Positive adjustments. Will probably buy another. Things I would have changed:The AO ring is a bit stiff but not a deal breaker. What others should know: Have about 300 shots thru it on Benji trail NP in 177.
Things I liked:After three minths of ownership Im re-reviewing this .177 rifle and upgrading my rating. The rifle had re-occuring grinding and accuracy issues out of the box and thats why my initial rating was poor.
After a complete kitchen table deburring of the piston, tube and barrel lockup the rifle now shoots one hole groups at 40 feet. Im very happy with it now even if I had to work on it to fix it. Things I would have changed:Maybe increase the stock grip hole as it isnt thumb friendly for my hand What others should know:Personally not the best dollar value for the extra work I had to put into it to make it group. But I did it and am happy with the results. I wouldnt be afraid to order another one.
Things I liked:Steel breech and good trigger right out of the box. Holds CO2 pressure well with no noticeable leaking.
Installed a 2 power scope. 200 shots and accuracy seems is improving. Nickel size groups at 10 yds which I think is good with my poor hold. Things I would have changed: Not much. What others should know:If I did it again I would have ordered a shoulder stock with the airgun.
Things I liked: I had my doubts but these adapters have proven themselves to be quite solid. Gives more flexibilty when trying different scopes and mounts. May save purchasing another set of rings. Things I would have changed:Nothing I can think of. What others should know: Will raise the scope position about an eighth on a inch. That can be a benefit in some cases.
Things I liked: They work well and Ill purchase another pair when I need to. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:Work well on lower recoil airguns. I would use 4 screw designs on higher recoil airguns.
Things I liked:Under a dime groups at 10 yds out of the box. Shoots better than I can hold. Steel breech and good trigger from the factory. I hate buying an airgun and then having to spend more for aftermarket fixes. Didnt have to with this airpistol. Things I would have changed:Not much What others should know: 35-40 regulated shots per co2 cartridge
Things I liked: Work as advertised. Good fit clampdown for a less expensive ring. Am using them on a low recoil .177 pistol with no problems after 250 shots. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:About an eight inch narrower in width then other standard mounts so they have advantages on short mount rails like some pistols.
Things I liked:Easy set up and simple to operate. Withing 10 minutes of unpacking and reading directions I was shooting thru it.
Things I would have changed:Id add a cheap carrying case to keep the rods and chrony stuff together. Not a deal breaker if you dont.
Things I liked:Ive used a bunch of different cleaners. Some seem to work better than others. Id say this is the best so far.
What others should know: Have lots of patches handy.
I havent used this product in my powder burners yat, just in air guns.