Things I liked:every thing, the gun shot hard and accurate.
What others should know:each gun is different so try as many different types of pellets you can to find the perfect pellet for your gun,
Things I liked:Excelent power, reliability and low maintenance. I shoot a .22cal benjamin 14.3gr dome pellets at 882fps. I like the classic look, the thumb safety and wide trigger.
Things I would have changed:The trigger should have an adjustment for trigger pull, and not just travel. The stock could be a bit thinner in the forearm area. The cocking lever that compresses the spring rattles after a shot.
What others should know:I have owned my rifle for 12 years, put thousands of rounds through it without any problems what so ever! I use beeman two piece scope mounts with a bushnell 3-9x scope. Tighten all screws with a bit of loctite and check occationally. I just shot a 3/8ctc group at 30yards. Athough i have to work to get a group this size it still shoots 3/4ctc groups with ease. I use this gun exclusively for hunting and have made plenty of shots out to 80 and 90 yards.
Things I liked:Quite powerful, will send crow-magnum pellet through both sides of a 20 oz plastic soft drink bottle full of water at 25 yards. In my experience this indicates that its powerful enough to kill a squrrel at that distance.
Things I would have changed:Change the ventilated rubber recoil pad to a soild rubber pad or steel butt plate.
What others should know:Requires a strong cocking effort, this is unavoidable as powerful as it is. The size weight and balance remind me of an M1 rifle. Accuracy at 25 yards varies a good deal with the pellet used. Mine likes the Kodiak match the best at 25 yards, at 10m/25 feet they all shoot well.