Written on: 05/01/2009
The first 200 or so shots with it sighted in are very accurate. But then you have to start to change it a little it seems like. But I had the gun for like 3 years before I lost it and it still worked fine.
After about 10 weeks after having it, I noticed the front sights kept coming off. The cocking also seemed to be a tad easier, losing air pressure over time maybe? And one of my friends was hitting an empty cardboard box with it and the stock came off. That was a dissapointment
It was a very nice gun for quite a while before any problems came up. It would probably be a good starter gun for a young shooter. It will hurt if you get shot, (I was curios about it), but it cant really do a whole lot of damage. If you want to shoot small varmint, its also a very nice gun for that. With 6-7 pumps or under, you'll never have a problem with over-penetration.