Things I liked:The things I like about this is that I can knock down just about everything from chipmunks, to racoons easilly with destroyers.
Things I would have changed:Make the trigger easier to pull, it takes about 9lbs of force to fire.
What others should know:The best hunting pellet to use is a Crossman Destroyer. I killed 3 squirrels and 1 rabbit with one each.
Things I liked: Hunting: This amazing rifle is a hunting rifle, first and foremost. 45 pounds of cocking effort drive the pellets at a screaming 1,000-1,200 feet per second, and my main hunting pellets are Beeman Crow Magnums, they are ultra accurate in this rifle, and I snipe Mourning Doves, and when I shoot them, they drop dead on the spot! The Scope: The scope is splendid! I never have to re-sight it, I've even gone through 8 of my 14 different kinds of pellets, these 8 that I have tried so far are different head designs, and different weights (the pellets are: Beeman Crow Magnums, Crosman Premier Lights and Hollowpoints, Gamo Raptors, Rockets, Hunters and Magnums, and BSA Wolverines) and these pellets all hit in the center of the reticule! The Scope Mounts: The scope mounts are awesome, they do not need to be re-tightened, and they keep the scope in place very firmly. The Safety: The safety is conveniently located at the back of the receiver, and can be reset at any time. The Trigger: The trigger? I personally like the trigger, even though it’s a bit stiff. However, the length of the first stage can be adjusted to suit personal preferences. The Fiber Optic Sights: The fiber optic sights are nice, I have never actually used them, but they are pretty good quality, I can tell, and the rear one has spring loaded ball bearing adjustments for windage and elevation. Custom Paint Scheme: Mine is custom painted, and has a tactical camouflage paint scheme.
Things I would have changed:Nothing.
What others should know: In Conclusion... this rifle is a must-have, for its smashing, annihilating power and accuracy, the scope, and all the fine points make this rifle unrivaled! Now, I have the Daisy Powerline 1000, and both rifles share the same safety, trigger guard, trigger, recoil pad, pistol grip, pistol grip checkering, scope rail, rear sights, cocking effort, power... Really the only difference is that the stock on my rifle has a cheek rest, and the front part of stock is a bit shorter and has no checkering in favor of an expanded area for a foregrip, and a bit of a caved-in area above that. Also the front sight on my rifle has a globe to protect it, and it comes with a Powerline 3-9x32 scope. So you now what? Get one of these two rifles, okay? You will not regret it!
Things I liked:power, accuracy afordability range speed synthetics(more durable) ...
Things I would have changed:quite front heavy...and as usual$
What others should know:THIS IS A SCOPE KILLER!!!!!!!!!! SO GET AN AIRGUN SCOPE. this is very powerful and breaks sound berrier for me with 7.9 grain crossman points it also blew though a phone book and destroyed the conret behind it it has enough recoil to rip a scope off its mounts mine can also inbed a cros piont into a dense wood plank at over 100 yards yes i missed many times but my scope also hapened to be disconecting but 3 shots all embedded into the wood as deep as my 480fps chinese gun...wow in close it can also exit a full water bottle lengh wise accuracy is as good as i am so far great gun