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Things I liked:I like the stock.
Things I would have changed:Why do they make a scope of this quality even? The trigger sucks. They couldn't use a little more metal and make a metal trigger guard? Get rid of the stupid muzzle thingy.
What others should know:I changed the scope immediately. Removed the muzzle thingy. Installed a Charlie Da Tuna trigger. I can now shoot 3/4 inch groups using Diablo 18.13 g dome pellets at 25 yards. It also looks like a very high quality gun now. Granted, I put another $150 into the gun to make it this way.
Things I liked:Just about everything about this gun. Nice shape and weight, easy enough to cock, very accurate with a variety of pellets. Mine is a .22 and was able to buy from a dealer without the scope as a customer liked and purchased it. Paid him $100 for the boxed gun with papers and no scope! I consider this a great deal!! I probably would not have used that scope any way!
Things I would have changed:The trigger. And I did! Put a CDT gold trigger on it! Fantastic! Also for some reason, with lead pellets in the "standard" 14.3 grain weight the gun seems to shoot slow. Mine gives about 725 fps with 14.3 gr crosman pellets in the various shapes. And the best I can do is 925 fps with the very lightest allow pellets made. I think I might have gotten one very light and inaccurate lead pellet to hit the 800 fps mark, but for the pellets you might uses in real life, not happening.
What others should know:I would love for the manufacturers to test their guns with the pellets most people are likely to use. Like maybe 14.3 grain crosman pellets for this gun. And also STATE which pellet was used in the velocity tests! In fact, for .22 rifles I would like to see them standardize on 14.3 grain pellets for their lead pellet tests as these are available almost any where pellets are sold! And for .177 guns, CHP'S, which I believe weigh in at 7.9 grains and are available every where. That said, this is a great gun and I kept it and shoot it regularly! It has way more power and accuracy than is needed to dispatch rabbits and squirrels out to reasonable ranges. Which means the maximum range you can hit one in the head every time!
Things I liked:Price,power,accuracy,weight, built in stop pin on rear scope mount and matching hole in dovetail.
Things I would have changed:trigger and option to buy without scope
What others should know:Excellent deal, I put 1000s of rounds through mine and still shoots well. The trigger is adjustable, mine has worked in to the point that it has a long trigger pull then lets off just before it fires, at that point it is a crisp, hair trigger.I "preset" it that way when sitting in the squirrel woods waiting for game to come along. Same for target, it is annoying as a shot sometimes goes off before it "presets", from what Ive read in the other reviews it appears to be a fluke to my benefit. My Trail NP trigger is far from this one and a GDT III switchover is more than likely. As it stands the trigger on my particular Titan GP works fine. Shoots premiers and HN cro-mags well.
Model Assistant Benjamin Titan GP Nitro Piston Air Rifle