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Things I liked:Weaver rail, stock, sound moderation, accuracy.
Things I would have changed:Maybe a better trigger, but that all comes at a cost.
What others should know:Mine shoots very well with RWS superdome and Meisterklugen. Found it to be very accurate out to at least 30 yards, does well from rest too.
Things I liked:The weaver mount, the accuracy, and overall a wonderful airgun!
Things I would have changed:The center point scope is nice, but its underpowered for this fine gun. Also the stock, IO redid the stock on mine, and it came out beautiful. They use a nice piece of beach wood, but the dull finish hides its beauty.
What others should know:Remember this is a springer, so you have to hold the gun loosely or it will throw off the accuracy. I'd also get the .22 version, simply because its more powerful, and is more desirable for resale. Great air gun, I recommend this gun to all my friends.
Things I liked:Weaver Rail, Accuracy..The POWER is incredible. I like the weight of the gun.
Things I would have changed:There is no doubt DRASTIC improvement could go into this trigger. However I have watched a youtube video that shows a very simple way to help it if it is that big of a deal for you. It's without a doubt the main weak point of this rifle. Eliminate the muzzlebrake and add sling mounts on the stock. This is the first true adult air rifle I've ever owned so I don't have anything to compare it to.
What others should know:I found that the muzzlebrake on mine is misaligned with the actual muzzle of the barrel. SO FAR I haven't noticed any contact with rounds but boy it has to be close. There's a noticeable offset. I'm not sure what some people's problem is with the scope. If it's properly mounted with Loctite, equally/evenly torqued it seems fine to me..so far. Overall I see the same as a lot of other users. You got to clean ifirst off before firing, evenly torque down the two stock screws on the fore end (25"lbs here), then be patient by putting at least 40-50 rounds through it before cleaning it again, checking the torque on the stock again and getting ready to site it in. I only have around 75 rounds thru it and I already notice a difference in the noise. Currently I'm shooting Benjamin Discovery 14.3 grain/.22 pellets and my best groups are about a 1/8" at 10 yards and about a 1/4" at 20yards. There does seem to be the occasional flyer but sometimes I cant tell if its me or the gun. Sweet gun.