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Things I liked:I like the light weight. The scope is good. It is easy to cock. It hasn't really nice sound when cocking the rifle. More of what a high cost springer sounds like. The stock is nice. I like the relative short length of the rifle and the LOP is good for an adult.
Things I would have changed:Nothing so far.
What others should know:I shot the rifle with several lower cost pellets of all shapes and weight. It shot pretty well with all of them. It was pretty accurate out of the box. I have only shot about 75 rounds so far, but I feel like it will be really accurate when broken in. Again, the scope is really good. For the price I will give it 5 stars when considering what you get for the money. Not a hunting rifle-very little recoil.
Things I liked:Nice looking rifle, Nice bluing, nice stock, good trigger.
Things I would have changed:Barrel pivot is just a pin and not a screw so there is no pressure on it and barrel moves left and right so each time you cock it the barrel is never in the same spot. There is no breach block its just the barrel tack welded to to a slab. Its a shame to skimp on the most important part of a break barrel. Especially since the rest of the rifle is finish so nicely.
What others should know:I purchased this rifle for $109 after a week the price is now 149. The rifle is not worth 50 bucks the way the lockup is shots alway wonder left or right a few inches. I was to correct the lockup (but I have access to a machine shop) unless you need a project or need a shot gun then go ahead and buy it. Otherwise stay away from especially at the new price.
Things I liked:This gun has nice bluing and a good trigger, nicely finished stock. Its a great shotgun.
Things I would have changed:Breech is held in place with a pin not a scew or a bolt. This is the most important part on a break barrel. The way this thing is built the barrel never returns even close to the same position each shot so accuracy is none existent. Barrel is tack welded to the breech with plenty of left and right slop when locked up with no way to properly tension it. If you going to build such a nice looking rifle at least finish it properly.
What others should know:Its a shame that such a nice looking rifle with internal machined very well to skimp on something like the breech. If your looking for shotgun patterns at 10yds then this is for you. Definetly not worth 150 bucks. This gun can be made accurate if you can do your own machine works to correct the breech. I was able to correct mine by boring it out and installing shims and a bolt to properly tension it.