Things I liked:Extremely Accurate in my new AirForce Condor SS. 5 Shot group from 30 yards including the 1 flyer measuring impact centers was .48" without the bad one .35 of an inch. At first wasn't sure about them in the .177 caliber and the new gun with only about 80 shots though it, 5 shot group at 30 yards gave .6-.62". But now with about 200 shots through the gun, power up to 10 (from 7) on a full tank (@3000lbs) of air, pellets lightly lubed, sorted by weight and a closer look for bent skirts and WOW ! Now I can't wait for warmer weather (been shooting in low 40's) and give them a little more power set up the Chrony and see what happens. Things I would have changed:Of course we all want more for less but we must be realistic. Little better container with foam and not quite so tightly packed in might help reduce the number out of shape skirts. What others should know:If you can give these light little guys a good push they seem to enjoy it.
Things I liked:Nice fit in my AirForce Condor SS. Vary accurate 5 shot groups, well under 1/2" in relatively poor shooting conditions. Damp northwest WA in December, shooting temps low 40's with light wind gusts. Things I would have changed:More, in a screw on lid or by 1200 plus count box What others should know:Vary few bent skirts. If your gun has adjustable power settings, try them at a verity of settings to find the sweet spot before giving up on them. Really tightened the group up in my Condor SS, pellets lightly lubed, In the damp conditions in winter, thinly laminated targets help to reduce shot-hole tearing :-)
Things I liked:Great little gun ! Light, vary- vary accurate, nice trigger, just plain fun to shoot, definitely not a dust collector. Not really pellet picky, but more, , finding the power setting for the particular pellets. Yes, that means more shooting to find your favorites, , is that bad :-)) Out of my 4 PCP's this is my go-to favorite. I wish I would have bought this one first. I went with this pretty blue to let others readily know it's an air gun not a power burner. People can get pretty weird sometimes just seeing a gun. Things I would have changed:Larger better fitting grips for those of us with big hands. Maybe coming with or having the Talon Tunes Tank Adaptor as an option. What others should know:The TTTA transformed it to a real gun (from the so called "Broomstick", , , I say that affectionately) by lowering the tank 1" and moving it back 2". No mile high scope, medium hight mounts kept my 30mm scope C-line down to a more reasonable 2.6" from bore C-line. This made it such a great fit for me.