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Things I liked:Nothing. What a piece of junk. This pistol is in my trash can. It is inoperable and there is no way to send it back for repair. I live outside the United States and recent TSA regulations prohibit the shipment of ANYTHING resembling a firearm (even TOYS!) into the United States. Despite multiple phone calls with Pyramid Air and some freebie seals and parts, no one outside the States can figure out how to take it apart and fix it. Actually, one did take it apart, placed new seals, but it still failed to recharge - leaking air immediately upon charging.
Things I would have changed:This was my first PCP and my first air gun, so I was not familiar with how these worked. What no one told me and I never read it anywhere, is that there must always be some pressure inside the gun at all times. Do NOT shoot it until the air is empty! Further, do not leave the hammer down when not in use. It can press on a tiny valve that can release air. (This is why one reviewer says to cock the hammer when recharging). So four weeks after I shot the gun empty and left the hammer down, it would not recharge properly, leaking air from multiple ports during the recharge process. Of course this was after I purchased a $600 air tank and finally got a correct tubing with quick connect as Air Pyramid sent me the wrong recharging set up (a $125 mistake). After spending $2000 for the gun, wrong tubing, international courier delivery via FEDEX, customs taxes, air tank, corrected tubing, and valves, it doesn't work at all and I cannot send it back. Bummer.
What others should know:Always leave positive air pressure inside the gun. Never shoot it empty. The air seals always need some positive air pressure. Don't store with the hammer down. Leave the hammer cocked. One more thing: the lack of iron sights is a major problem. I tried to fit a red dot sight on it, but after placing an adapter, it sits so high up that it made it very difficult to adjust the windage.
Things I liked:Very Hard hitting and incredibly accurate. I found the best pellet for it to be the Kodiak. Also works well with the Excite copper coated pointed pellets for better penetration. Every pellet hits the same hole at 25 yards. Easily goes through a 1 inch board. Buries pellets 2 inches into 4x4. Was not able to measure pellet speed with my Speeder 2000 Shooting Chrony. Chrony shows pellets to be moving at 3,800 FPS and I know they can't be traveling that fast. Chrony worked correctly with all other guns I have used it with. Think the problem with the speed measuring is that the gun blasts out a lot of air at very high velocity. I am sure the pellet is not traveling at the speed measured but air with other debris is traveling at supersonic speeds which is why the guns makes so much noise. The Chrony is probably measuring the supersonic speeds of the debris coming out the barrel. Later correctly measured initial velocity with Pro Chrono to be 844 fps with 21.12 grain copper coated Kodiak pellet.
Things I would have changed:Does not have a pressure gage. Does not come with sights. Does not have a cover over the fill hole. Does not have a hammer block. Makes a lot of noise. Is picky about which pellets it will work with.
What others should know:Others have said this gun works with any .22 pellet. I have not found that to be the case. Most of the pellets I have tried are a lose fit in the revolver magazine. When the gun is pointed down (which is the way I normally carry it for safety), the pellet directly behind the barrel falls into the barrel. When the hammer is pulled back the cylinder rotates and another pellets lines up with the barrel resulting in the first shot with a full revolver magazine firing two pellets at once. Use of the Kodiak and other pellets like them that are slightly bigger solves this problem as the pellets are a snug fit in the magazine and will not fall into the barrel. This pistol does not have a hammer block. I accidently dropped the gun from 1 foot above a carpeted floor with the safety on. The gun discharged a pellet. The only safe way to carry it is to fire the first shot in a safe direction after loading a full magazine. That way if it falls it may discharge air but will not fire a pellet.
Things I liked:Everything except the trigger and no sights. I can get one-inch groups at 20 yards with 28.5 grain Eun-gins and about 645 fps initial muzzle velocity, dropping down to about 500 fps by 495 by the 6th shot
Things I would have changed:Put some iron sights on it like the Hatsan and reduce the size of the butt on the hand grip - you don't need so much wood down there
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