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Average Customer Review4.0 (216 reviews)
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Things I liked:Liked the general feel and heft. The trigger was very good. Cannot comment on the accuracy as I am new to air gunning and have not shot a lot in general for fifty years. Discovered that my eyes don't work as well as they once did. Having said that I think it might be pretty accurate.
Things I would have changed:Loading, both the cocking and the insertion of the pellet.
What others should know:Probably would have kept it but I happened upon an old Daisy 717 that suited me much better so I returned the P17 within the 30 days. Thanks Pyramyd. I'll be back.
Things I liked:The weight and feel of the gun is fantastic....more like a gun twice the price. It looks great and the sights are easy to line up and the accuracy is right on.
Things I would have changed:I can't think of anything that I would change.
What others should know:I, like many others have mentioned, thought I was going to break my hand trying to cock this gun the first time. However, once I watched an on-line video of a guy reviewing the gun, where he showed how to use the palm of your left hand up near the rear sight, pushing down and getting maximum leverage, I find it no problem to cock. Yes, initial reactions aren't always correct. I can't stop wanting to shoot this gun.....and it's so nice to not have to keep loading CO2 capsules. I enjoy it almost as much as my Umarex Colt Commander.
Things I liked:I can't believe I can buy this quality of a pistol at this price. OK, so it isn't the end all, but for the price it offers a lot of fun. The weight and feel of it, the sights, rifled barrel, etc., it is a hoot! Nothing else to buy but pellets!
Things I would have changed:I wish it was easier to cock/pump, but then that would mean a reduction in velocity. Btw, I put this gun through my chronograph and it shot a very tight spread in the 496-504 range with Crosman 7.9 pointed. It is a little tricky loading, but not really a problem.
What others should know:When I first got this gun I pumped it and was thinking that it took so much effort that I probably wouldn't shoot it much. Wrong! Once you start shooting, you just keep going like the Everready bunny. I wear a glove on my left hand making it less punishing to pump during an extended shooting session. It is hard to pump and it is single shot but it is still fun and has a trigger that I like a lot and I'm actually pretty spoiled on triggers. It feels good in the hand, it is a full sized pistol and it points well and I love being able to see the pellet in flight when the light is just right. It is so inexpensive, and so good it is hard to argue against owning one.