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Things I liked:Quality of build & precision fitting, ergonomics of handling, weight & balance, amazingly quiet, good power, accuracy (.177) with the right scope (mine-Nikko Sterling 4-16X44LRX), overall classic style looks which are complimented by the bull barrel & shoulder pad and of course the nice price with additional discount here at PA!
Things I would have changed:Drab Stock wood 'color' and heavy layering of 'utility' factor gloss coat. While not exactly what I being a woodworker would use to finish of gun of this style, it has it's merits for anyone who may be rough on their guns. All in all, not much to change for the price as long as it does what's expected without the problems one reads about from other buyers.
What others should know:Currently, I own a Benjamin Trail NP in .22 which is a very well made and beautiful gun. It hits what I shoot at and gives me great satisfaction of owning it. This new Regal model I believe is the same gun mechanically and I can sense that from having used both. If you want a well made, solid and nice shooting Air Rifleat a nice price range (about $150), this type in NP is one I would highly recommend.
Things I liked:Everything from fit to finish and quality of build accuracy is best of any gas piston I have owned including one quality springer. Mine is the .177 cal. shoots Crosman preniers Domed 10.5 most my shooting is 25 yds outstanding accuracy..
Things I would have changed:Nary a thing
What others should know:I have heard that they will no longer build this model. so I would get one while they are available..
Things I liked:This was my entry into pellet guns. I am a retired target shooter who started in the 1950's. I wanted a rifle with a wood stock and one that looks like a real traditional rifle. This has wood with a recoil pad with a white line spacer. It comes with a scope which works fine for me and the rifle looks nice sitting on my shelf. It also has the gas piston which makes shooting nice. This is a great starter rifle but it has the piston like more expensive models.
Things I would have changed:It comes with a nice wood stock with a glossy finish but in the future I may refinish the stock with an oil finish. The screws that hold the action in the stock are tightened on to wood. This means the wood will compress when I tighten the screws. It should have something between the screws and the wood. The trigger is good but the initial take up is long so there is a stretch of the trigger finger meaning it is too far from the pistol grip. It breaks at a good weight though. I think there is a way to take up the slack which I may do in the future.
What others should know:At the start, the barrel was hard to break open and I had to put the butt on the floor against my foot to keep the butt from slipping when I cock the action. However, after about 20 shots it is becoming easier to cock and I can now do it with just my hands. As the action is worked more, I think it will smooth up even more.
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