1-year limited warranty
Things I liked:Everything.
Things I would have changed:FWB lists this pistol as discontinued. I hope Beeman inspires continued production.
What others should know:I'm an older, shaky, below average shooter who had an IZH-46M for backyard target practice. After a few days of adjusting the trigger on the FWB103, my groups are about half as large (still huge). The argument that the IZH-46M has many of the same features is true, as far as it goes. Which is to say that I have many of the same features as an expert shot. Quality really does make all the difference, and this beautiful, elegant piece of German engineering has it!
Things I liked:(Based on older model FWB 100) Everything! Exceptional trigger, great grips, killer sights, scary accuracy, perfect fit & finish, dry firing selector for practicing release, plus serious power for a pistol.
Things I would have changed:A gun of this caliber should have some method of weight attachment to customize the balance, my 100 lacks this, but I think the newer model adresses this shortcoming.
What others should know:This gun is incredible, average shooters will never be able to realize its full potential for accuracy, on several occasions I have actually shot a full round of 10 shots through one ragged hole (offhand but not timed) with mine....now if I could only do that on a regular basis ;) Trigger adjustment took some work to get "just right" (the previous owner had dialed in lots of pre-pull, a long overlap and a relatively heavy weight), but the hour or so spent fiddling with the various settings was well worth the effort as my gun now releases crisply with a pull that is less than one pound yet completely safe from accidental discharge.