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Things I liked:Well made. Feels and handles like a firearm. Simple operation. Accurate. More powerful than I expected.
Things I would have changed:I would like the safety to be located and operated more like a 1911
What others should know:It is expensive but well worth the price. It strikes me as an heirloom piece that will be passed on( not many products today qualify in this regard). I am shooting my centerfire steel targets at 42 yards! It brings a smile to my face... very happy with this purchase.
Things I liked:We have an Izzy and a Steyr, but wanted something that had more of the feel of a conventional pistol in the hand. We did not, however, want to sacrifice quality or accuracy to get it. The HW 75 filled the bill, perfectly. It may not have the hair splitting accuracy of our match pistols, but it is quite capable of one hole groups at 10 meters. Ask me how I know.
Things I would have changed:Really have to dig to find a negative. Might be nice to have the option of switching out front sights, but we do quite well with the HW 75, as is.
What others should know:You won't be satisfied with anything less after using this pistol. Buy it.
Things I liked:There's little not to like about this air pistol. Very accurate, wonderful trigger, good sights, easy to load and cock, beautiful fit and finish. It's large but well balanced. Looks heavier than it actually is but has enough heft to make it feel like a real target pistol. I agree with Neil's review below favorably comparing the HW 75 to the S&W Model 41, a gem of a .22. A quality casual target/plinker you can shoot in your garage or backyard. Perfect!
Things I would have changed:Nothing really. The stippling on the grip looks like it might be a bit of a dirt magnet but a soft, nylon brush cleans it up.
What others should know:On my journey to relieving my addiction to expensive CO2 and finding a fun, accurate target shooter, I had a love/hate relationship with the Beeman P17 (actually three of them). After realizing I enjoy shooting airguns more than fixing them I decided to bite the pellet and go for quality, the HW 75. Well worth every dollar.