Things I liked:Low weight. Predictable trigger although a bit hard to pull. Excellent fully adjustable sights (not only windage and elevation but also WIDTH, very useful). Precharged = no recoil or vibration = remarquable accuracy. It is second to none if you handle it properly (I also own a competition Morini and I this is a fair jugement). I have read comments about a relative lack of the power that are not relevant to me: it is perfect for its purpose: being an ideal entry pistol for ten-meter competition. (Pellets tend to be less stable when approaching sound speed, lowing accuracy).
Things I would have changed:Trigger is not fully adjustable: it only rotates. It could be lighter as previously stated. Grips are nice but could be a problem for small hands.
What others should know:Well worth the money. Mine has shot thousands of pellets and accuracy is still very consistent. Maybe the price will drop in the USA together with the value of the Euro, now close to the USD. The patern of this Gamo pistol is based on the Italian FAS AP 604 legendary model (it has been a 10 meter competition pistol in its time), that you can still find in Europe, although it is quite expensive compared to more modern pistols. Gamo could have found a worse model.
Things I liked:Everything, light weight and perfect accuracy
Things I would have changed:Only grips different but not bad...holding is very comfortable and easy.
What others should know:I wish that the piston has more powerful than 600 fps
Things I liked:grip feels great, nice finish, sites easy to dial in, light weight
Things I would have changed:I understand it is an entry level match pistol but a safety seems a neccessary item, other than that gun is great as it is
What others should know:made for big hands, my paws grip it nicely but smaller hands and kids might not take to it so well, pellets a little difficult to load at first but once you get the hang of it they go like clockwork. feels like an exotic and once sighted in you can keep it in a 1/4" group. quiet and worth the money...