And I'm IMPRESSED!
The fit and finish allow no criticism. talk about bang for the buck!
The cocking effort is nothing any able bodied shooter should not be comfortable with. Less total effort than the Crosman 392 pumper by far, not so easy as the TS-45. (PCPs and a stirrup pump have them all beat!)
The trigger wanted a bit of smoothing with an oil stone at the link contact points. That effort was worth a lot! The trigger screw adjustments are as obscure and as finicky as could ever be devised! An adjustment called "weight" that changes the first stage engagement?
The stock is too thin to my liking, but the pull length fits my 6 foot frame just fine.
I can appreciate the globe front sight on an elevation adjustable rail, as I wish it had a nice aperture sight at the back end. The open iron sights work fine for my purposes.
Great power, and a good value from a reputable source. If it were only 3 pounds lighter......
Now if I can learn to shoot it...