Things I liked:This is a rugged built gun and the thing I like the most is that you can take this on a hike and won't have problem of dropping it and breaking. It's powerful, accurate, and an all around comfortable and fun gun to shoot. Things I would have changed:The only things I would like changed is the painted barrel, but of course it has to be painted so no one calls the cops on you for shooting in the back yard and the clip so you can shoot pointed pellets. What others should know:The best bang for the buck if you want a gun that doesn't look like your neighbor's Crossman or Daisy.
Things I liked:I like everything about this gun! The ease of use, the styling, and above everything, the accuracy! It's not as powerful as my other pellet rifles, but great for plinking and target shooting. Things I would have changed:The only thing I would change is the velocity. If it could be cranked up to over 600 fps it would be great for a longer distance.
Things I liked:The weight, ergonomics, and looks of this rifle is awesome and the adjustable cheekpiece makes this rifle a comfortable shooter! Things I would have changed:The only thing I would change on this product is the scope. It looks great, but just not accurate enough to make this a 5 star shooter. I am purchasing a better quality .22 rimfire scope for this gun. What others should know:If you shoot both lead and non-lead pellets you will have to really know your gun and scope. The non-lead pellets will fly faster and straighter and the sound of the pellet breaking the sound barrier is quite loud if that is what you want. With the accompanied scope I had a hard time zeroing this rifle because of the inconsistancies of the scope. You will need a better quality scope.
Things I liked:I like weight and feel of this rifle! The weight is a bit on the heavy side, but it keeps you steady for those long range targets. I don't have any pictures uploaded, but this rifle shoots excellent 1 inch groups at 50 feet with Crossman Hollow point pellets and can shoot up to 100 yards with no wind! It is a great choice in .177 to complete my set with a Benjamin Train NP Hardwood in .22 caliber. Both are excellent shooters and depending on what you want to shoot both will hit targets with lethal accuracy! Things I would have changed:The only thing I would change on this rifle and the Hardwood is the scopes. They're great scopes, but I would much rather have a better quality scope on these great rifles. What others should know:Just that the first shot is always the loudest, shots after that are nice and quiet.