1-year limited warranty
Things I liked:Trigger is excellent--glass rod break. Cocking effort is reasonable. Grip removes easily for fitting. Sights are easily adjustable.
Things I liked:A remarkable target pistol that consistently places the pellet where you aim. Trigger is predictable and easily adjustable. The package includes tools and gaskets as well as additional sighting inserts. I have installed the UTC dot 1X scope and I can consistently place all the pellets (once I had sighted-in the pistol & dot sight) within a 10 meter pistol target #8 ring and almost 60% within the #9 ring. I have now shot in excess of 400 pellets since the package arrived and remain totally satisfied with this pistol and purchase.
Things I would have changed:The grip is very large and I am slowly filing it down to fit my medium right hand. This has been fairly easy to do but my wood working skill-set is meager at best so I am hoping for the best.
What others should know:When/if you are installing the UTC dot sight on this pistol make sure you do not block the breech slide and bolt range of motion with the barrel mounted adaptor.
Things I liked:This gun is great! The accuracy is spot on. After I sighted it in, my shooting immediately got 8-10% better. I've only been shooting 10 meter for about a year with a Crossman 2300 and the 46m is night and day better. I also love the adjustable trigger! I have pretty large hands and its nice to adjust the trigger to me instead of me to the trigger. I also really like the oversized grip and being able to customize it to my hand.
Things I would have changed:Maybe add another size front blade. Also the box it comes in from Baikal (not Pyramid air) could use some extra protection for the gun. The sights ate holes in the top of the box by the time it got to me. These are just suggestions though and wouldn't change my mind on getting the gun again.
What others should know:I've seen other people complain about the grip. It comes oversized on purpose so that you can sand it down to fit your hand. Pyramid Air's video review on this gun even brings this up. All you have to do is sand it down using a dremel with a sanding drum. Once you've got it perfect you can stain it with whatever color you want. I would recomend taking the grip off first so that dust doesnt get in the gun. You can also look at images on google to get ideas from other grips that have been sanded down.