Things I liked:I have the .22 with leapers 3x9 and DNT06 scope rails and stacking pellet on top of the other at 15 meters with 14.35 gr JSB Diabolo Exact Jumbo express and 14gr Meisterkugeln. These two pellets have the same point of impact. TO-6 is a lot better than the TO-1 on my 23 y/o RWS 52 in .177. Things I would have changed:Make it available in Model 52. What others should know:Buy it... You wont be disappointed. You'll love the power and laser point accuracy.
Things I liked: This scope comes with a glass etched mil-dot which is smaller than the wire reticle. Things I would have changed:Quality of glass etched 30 mm scope tube not on par with the leapers 1 inch tube. What others should know:This is my fourth Leapers scope to include 3x9x40, 4x16x50 and 3x9x32 bug buster. All three scope can withstand the punishment of thousands of rounds from RWS and HW spring piston Air Rifles. Having no problem with my other leapers scope. I ordered the 3x12x44 with glass etched mil-dot. This scope did'nt last to a 1000 round before the reticle started twisting after each shot. Stay away from this model if you are using magnum powered spring piston AR. Compared to my other leapers. My rws48 .22 with 3x9x40 has over 4500 rounds, rws52.177 with 4x16x50 over 6000, and my rws34 .22 over 2000 rounds.
Im replacing this scope with the full size Leapers 3-12x44 SWAT Accushot. Hopefully this model is as durable as the other wire reticled leapers scope.
Things I liked:I like the included iron sight for plinking. With a leapers 1 piece mount and 3x9x40 sighted in at 10 meters. I was getting 10 shot 1 whole group at less than 3/8 of an inch with JSB 7.9 and JSB 8.4. Bench rested at 27 meters I was hitting the bulls eye aiming 1 mil-dot below cross hair to hit the bullseye. This two pellets are hitting same point of impact at 10 meters and again at 27 meters with out adjusting. the RWS 7.0 same POI at 10 meters however at 27 meters it was 2 mil-dot below cross hair to hit the bullseye. best 5 shot group with the jsb was 3/8 of an inch. less than 1/2 an inch with the RWS 7.0. This is my favorite AR to date. Things I would have changed:Same Weihrauch problem. Mine was scrapping the chamber while cocking. I pellgun oil all the joints and the scrapping went away. What others should know:I cleaned the barrel with out cleaning the chamber before firing. I had 4 detonation within the ist 100 rounds.
Things I liked:Pyramyd Air 's discounted price of $399 shipped. On a good day I get jagged hole at 25 meters with JSB exact and JSB Heavy, half an inch with RWS Meisterkugeln. This rifle of mine doesn't like the RWS Superdome Things I would have changed:The price. I'll buy a .22 version if I can get another $399 deal What others should know:After unpacking the rifle I cleaned the barrel, blue locktight the screws and topped it with UTG 1 piece scope mount and HAWKE IR 4x12 "perfect combination". It was gritty and buzzy at first, however after shooting over 600 pellets through the rifle the grittiness is almost gone and still a little twangy. Hold sensitive at stock form. I ordered the full power Vortek kit to make the firing cycle better.
Things I liked:Most accurate in my .22cal Benjamin Marauder Air Rifle. What others should know:If you have a synrod in .22. Try this pellet first. It will save you a lot of hassle trying out other pellets.