Things I liked:This is a great rifle case. It closes tightly with no gaps. The latches work well and hold tight. The foam is of good quality. The shell is stong. Well worth the money. Things I would have changed:The foam is large and heavy enough to cause the top layer to fall away from the lid when opening the case. This is really no problem, just a little annoying.
Things I liked:This is an awesome airgun. Great quality. Fit and Finish is excellent. Realistic weight like real rifle. Is it the most powerful? NO. Is it the most accurate? NO. It is the best that can be expected with open sights and 76 year old eyes. I can pretty consistently hit and penetrate steel soup cans at 40 feet. Is it the most fun to shoot? ABSOLUTELY YES. There is nothing like the sound and feel of operating a bolt action rifle. The bolt on this gun is so cool. I am not a fan of semiauto rifles...too boring to just pull the trigger (my opinion). This is the favorite of all my airguns. I love it so much that I bought a second one. I highly recommend this gun. Things I would have changed:The rear sight does have some horizontal play. That needs to be corrected along with adding adjustment for windage that it does not have. What others should know:I don't know why Robert's gun has plastic sights because mine have metal sights (not steel, but metal). To me, it is more like shooting a very short rifle than a pistol. Try holding a 5.6 pound pistol at arms length for any length of time. This gun brings back memories of the mare's leg in the TV series "Wanted Dead or Alive" with Steve McQueen.