Things I liked:this gun is crap. Nothing Things I would have changed:I know this is a low end gun - but I figured Pyramyd Air would filter out 'bad guns' from the line-up. I was wrong. At about 18 feet bbs are scattered in a 2 ft circle - when it actually loads the bbs.
It gets worse..... What others should know:I contacted them to return the gun and I said they had no record of me buying it from them! I then provided the with info from the shipping label the gun came with. They just ignored this info and me - so I guess I'm stuck with the gun and a company that will not acknowledge I bought it from them, but wants me to review the gun anyway.
Things I liked:I own 5 breakbarrel pellet guns including this one. This one is the easiest to cock, the lightest in weight (but not so light as to feel cheap), and has very good adjustable sights. Things I would have changed:the pistol type grip behind the trigger curves forward a bit too much at the bottom for my average sized male hands, so a little bit uncomforable but not really 'bad." What others should know:if you upgrade it would be with a red dot sight. Daisy makes a nice one (I have about 6 of these) for $10. Weight, easy of cocking and nice sites make this a favorite gun and a winner
Things I liked:I wanted an easy to load, really good iron sight low power pellet gun to round out my 40 or so airgun colletion. Like to sit in a chair and shoot at targets about 25 meters away. I was pleased at the the sights (only needed to raise it a bit - windage setting were right on). Also pleased to see it easy hit my 100 ft target, despite it's low power. Things I would have changed:a bit on the heavy side but that is the price you pay for a wood stock.... note lots of wooden stock guns are heavier than this one. What others should know:this could easily become by favorite air gun. nice not to mess with scopes, red dots etc. petty much just open the box and shoot. nice quality, traditional gun (note the traget pro version is the one with the good sights)