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Things I liked:Once break-in period is complete accuracy becomes excellent.
Things I would have changed:add shoulder stock
What others should know:weight and balance problems must be over come to obtain superior accuracy.
Things I liked:power and its quiet after break in
Things I would have changed:the directions that come with the gun - trigger - but i have not tried to adjust yet.
What others should know:i have put about 400 pellets throughout it - once broken in ( mine at about 300) you need to tighten gun up i also got a seemly sudden power drop - do this test out of the box and after break in -lay a piece of tissue paper across breech and fire a pellet. if it blows a hole through tissue - order a shim or shims from crosman ( free if in warranty ) and maybe a seal for out of warranty guns or if you damage it pulling it out item 9 part # B22-00-1 ( shim ) item 10 part# B22-00-14 (sealing Ring) my guns groups went from shooting low to dead on. i have read reviews from other users complaining of same issues - low groups - low power and is where i read about the tissue test. I used a two layers of packing tape before i discovered the shims in the parts diagram from crosman and placed it behind the seal and solved my issues. Gun shoots as advertised quiet and accurate at the 33 feet. I also slide the rear blade site forward - i found it better for my farsighted eyes.
Things I liked:Looks and power for a pistol are good. 500 shots and its fairly accurate sub 1" with or with out the cocking assist on the gun.
Things I would have changed:Trigger is well lest just say bad. The rear sight is useless the whole sight system needs to be redone.
What others should know: Go buy a couple of M3 screws 1/8" and 1/4" longer than the one now in the trigger adjustment. Use a file to round the head of the new screw and add a tiny bit of moly to the tip you just rounded try to put the new screw in without loosing the little dab of grease. You can now adjust the trigger to a hair if you want to. I wouldn't but that will help the trigger pull a lot.