Things I liked: Power. Power Power. I was making kills at 50 and even 60 yards! At the local gun club I was competing in the .22lr division shooting steel silhouettes at 25, 50 75 and 100 yards. I bought the .22 caliber version. First two sets of silhouettes fell easily. At 75 and 100 the Condor needs heavier pellets and a fresh charge of air it took two or three shots to bring down the steel silhouettes at 100 yards. But overall, this rifle rocks. Accuracy and lack of felt recoil make this a smooth rifle to shoot.
Things I would have changed: The accessory rail is useless the new thumbhole version is more esthetic and suits the look much better. Also the air tank as a cheek rest could use some sort of shroud or cover to make it more anatomical or comfortable, get the scope base to give you a little more area for your cheek. Also, for my size I added an additional but pad to get an additional inch in length of pull.
What others should know: Laud! This thing makes more noise than my .22lr, try to get the frame extender, it really helps reduce noise but it is still laud. Lowering the power setting and using heavier pellets help make them subsonic and reduce that sonic boom which adds on to the noise. Using the rifle at full power setting only makes more noise and wastes air, there is a sweet spot depending on the pellet you use, between 4 and 8 look for it.