Things I liked:Very handsome gun, adequate power and accuracy Things I would have changed:Very heavy trigger pull with single action, best to cock first. I would change the trigger to a more traditional 1911 trigger. What others should know:I bought it mainly as a show piece which it fits the bill fine!
Need to change the trigger, I have a Crosman 1088 that has a wonderful trigger.
Things I liked:It's a great conversion, a bit harder to cock but not to an extreme. It is also stronger than with the spring. I don't have a chrony but the time from shot to target is shorter and hits harder than before. Great job, fast turn around , money well spent. Things I would have changed:Nothing , it feels great.
Things I liked:Well formed and packaged, no mis-formed pellets in tin. Very accurate, consistent and hard hitting projectile. Works very well in my Gamo Big Cat 1250 that I had you guys upgrade with the Crosman gas spring. Puts a thumping on small game, squirrels, rabbits. Things I would have changed:Nothing. Price is even good. What others should know:Great pellet for the high velocity springers out there. Not as many flyers, as good as the Crosman Premiers in my opinion.
Things I liked:I had one of these when I was a kid , some50 years ago. I got this for my granddaughter. I have tried it out and it shoots as true as ever right out of the box.Great 1st gun! Things I would have changed:Nothing
Things I liked:Nice weight and balance. It feels good in your hands, aims easily with the fiber optic sights. Very accurate, just about right on right out of the box. Wonderful trigger, best of all my guns. Nice power for a pistol. Mine chronied at 420 average, they advertised 410. Things I would have changed:It would be great to have a safety on the right side also to make it truly ambidex. Other than that, it's about a perfect target pistol. What others should know:I've never had the chance to shoot the P3, but it can't be that much better than the P17. I mean $39 vs $239, really? The only reason I didn't give it all 5's is because the first one I recieved had a air leak problem, but PA took care of it and had my replacement back faster than the original one. I got the 10 for 10 and it's been great !
Things I liked:This is one of my favorite pellets. I use them in my Gamo Big Cat 1250 ,that PA retro-fitted with the Crosman Nitro piston when the spring broke . After getting it back it is significantly stronger and I had to find a heavier pellet than the 7 -8g pellets because they all were going super-sonic. The Ultra's are perfect in this gun as far as accuracy and hitting power. Things I would have changed:Nothing
Things I liked:These pelletsm are great! I was expecting them to hit high on the targets like most other ammo that light, but suprisingly they were grouping just like the 14.3 g ammo I sight in with. Very fast to the target and hard hitting, I can't wait until hunting season starts. Things I would have changed:The Price, ouch !! What others should know:These are different from any lead free ammo I have tried , in that I didn't have to compensate for the wait. So far I've only shot them at 10 and 15 meters and they're as flat as the lead ammo.
Things I liked:This is by far the best lead free pellet that I've used. Unlike all the others I've used these don't fly well above what my 14.3's travel. At 15 yards they fly as flat as the heavier pellet. They also hit very hard because of the increased velocity. Things I would have changed:The Price ! Ouch!! But they are for hunting. If not for the price these would be my go-to pellet for targets, plinking and hunting What others should know:This is the first lightweight pellet that I've used that I did'nt have to adjust my aim on a target.