Things I liked:Price, but it's all down hill from there Things I would have changed:The whole design - very poor What others should know:Poor design. Have used this base on two guns, now. Once you tighten down the rings, the base loosens on the gun. The only way to solve this is to only lightly tighten the rings, but that solution is only temporary because, with use, everything else loosens up, again. If you use this setup, don't assume everything will stay tight as with a conventional base/mount. Be sure to check for tightness on a regular basis. For consistency, I'll stay with iron sights.
Things I liked:We have an Izzy and a Steyr, but wanted something that had more of the feel of a conventional pistol in the hand. We did not, however, want to sacrifice quality or accuracy to get it. The HW 75 filled the bill, perfectly. It may not have the hair splitting accuracy of our match pistols, but it is quite capable of one hole groups at 10 meters. Ask me how I know. Things I would have changed:Really have to dig to find a negative. Might be nice to have the option of switching out front sights, but we do quite well with the HW 75, as is. What others should know:You won't be satisfied with anything less after using this pistol. Buy it.
Things I liked:We got this to save wear and tear on our vintage RWS 45 and also to fill a gap in our air gun collection. Although we have some superb PCP rifles, I strongly believe every air gunner needs a good springer and the TX 200 is one fine spring gun. Things I would have changed:not a thing What others should know:Cannot believe the quality, fit and finish on this gun. Right there with our high end centerfire bolt guns. We opted for the walnut version and, believe me, we won the wood lottery. This gun is as nice to look at as it is to shoot and that is saying a lot.