Things I liked:It's a brilliant item. Takes AAA batteries. Light and laser in one tidy package. Fits the lower rail of the Gamo PT-85/SOCOM nicely. Elegant design and execution. Things I would have changed:The button/switch takes a light touch. It's a minor point, but I'd prefer it take more resistance. What others should know:Obviously, the quick-release nature of the unit will not keep a perfectly accurate laser sighting, like a more fixed mount will.
Things I liked:Lead-free. Like the 7.1 grain weight. Seem pretty good from a single-shot unit, but not from a Gamo PT-85 SOCOM. Things I would have changed:The packaging would be better if it informed customers that these are long-skirted, and may not function in semi-auto air guns.
Things I liked:Good velocity. Semi-auto. Clean, quality design for price. Integrated bottom rail, independent of the add-on quad rail. Accurate enough for my purposes. Things I would have changed:Maybe allow blowback to be disabled. Jams are not too hard to remedy, but the literature doesn't seem to describe as much. What others should know:I removed the quad rail, and just use a Walther Night Force Laser/Light on the inherent bottom rail, so the SOCOM unit would have been a better value, for me. The unit will not function with Gamo lead-free, long-skirted pellets (the copper colored ones). Wadcutter-shaped pellets don't seem to feed too well, either, so stick with domed or pointed pellets.