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3-year limited warranty
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Estimated in-stock date 03-24-2014
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Things I liked:String steel outer shell. Well construct. Good fit & finish except for one thing (see things I would change). Mine arrived with an electrical problem, I decided to swap it for another make & model. Transports well. Lots of different models to choose from.
Things I would have changed:I don't like the "pressure panel" style of front display push buttons. In terms of reliability, they are hit-or-miss. Mine and already started to de-laminate. (Advantage: they are cheap to manufacture and keep the costs down.) Had the front panel been different, I might have stuck with the product,
What others should know:I could be happy with one of these, I just decided to go a different direction. Some clever mechanical design features that an engineer can appreciate. Had mine worked out of the box I could have been quite happy with it.
Things I liked:Compact, easy to use, construction, price, portability, and easy to add other components.
Things I would have changed:Nothing I can think of.
What others should know:I love the Crony, I have bought a TX200MK3 and an RWS 34, both of which I paid for the 10 for $10 and with minor calculations my rifles are getting stronger over the few months I have owned them. This is a wonderful tool and the only thing to make it better is if PA would also sell a spring compressor so we can keep our air guns in top notch condition.
Things I liked:Very easy to use, with one exception I will mention below. I basically took it out of the box and started using it.
Things I would have changed:Nothing, this is a very well thought out design.
What others should know:If you are using an air-gun, like my Marauder, it's best to give it a little more distance from the muzzle than you first think you would need. I started with about 3 feet and it was giving me funny readings. I moved it to about 5 feet away from the muzzle. It worked well then. The problem I mentioned above came up at this point. It is hard to line air gun up with the sensors on the unit. I was advised to use a bore sight to line it up. I haven't tried that. Don't have the money for one. If you are going to "tune" your airgun or you are in a country that muzzle energy limits, this is a must have!
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