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Things I liked:Super cheap and easy to take apart if it jams. Very realistic looking and holds 200BBs. Plastic seems pretty sting as well.
Things I would have changed:Maybe give it a little more power, but for the price I cannot complain.
What others should know:Pretty inaccurate, but you can't beat the price and ammo capacity.
Things I liked:It shoots easily, is a springer without recoil and a pretty cheap price point.
Things I would have changed:I say the ergonomics are horrible; the handle is HUGE. The safety is in a poor place or just a poor design, the accuracy is missing, the sights are not adjustable, (personally) it is not a good looking gun and I never have gotten the hang of reloading the clip easily (not the 200 round storage, but the line of BB ready to be discharged). I think it is easy, but it has eluded me to date(?).
What others should know:My son got this as an instant gratification gift for himself after hitting the $amount in his savings account I targeted (yeah!). I'm pretty sure he too is less than impressed with his purchase. It is not worth the hassle of returning, but I really can't recommend it. Accuracy is ~6" at 10 yards for a 10 of 10. If you are willing to go for 6 of 10, perhaps a 4" round is possible. I'll likely pay a bit more and get a better gun for myself. I'd say this item is in the category of "you get what you pay for" in a bad way.
Things I liked:The low price. The trigger pull is pretty crisp and light for a super cheap bb springer. The magazine reservoir and spring loading mechanism are super slick. I wish my older bb guns had utilized this same setup. It is very quiet.
Things I would have changed:It needs a barrel that will shoot at least within an inch or an inch and a half at 10 feet to have any real use. My red ryder will shoot within 2 inches at 20 feet, and my model 35 will shoot within an inch at 20 feet. This 340 will only shoot 2.5"-3" groups of 15 shots at 10 feet, and even then there is an occasional flyer that is 4-5" off target. These awful groups were seen with both daisy and crosman bb's. And yes, I can shoot. I can put 10 pellets on a nickel at three times the distance with my Beeman p17, and I can outshoot what that pistol is capable of pretty easily.
What others should know:I can't think of any reason anyone would want this pistol. It is super low-powered, which I expected and don't have a problem with, but the horrible accuracy makes it almost useless. I guess it could be used for practicing dry-firing, but it is almost pointless to bother using the sights since it can barely hit a drink can at 10-15 feet. I can throw the bb's just as accurately. Because it is so cheap, I am going to keep it and try to source or fabricate a better barrel for it. I kid you not when I say that I have owned substantially more accurate water guns.