I bought this rifle a few days ago in a sporting goods store that I trust, and put it together to test it out. The instruction manual wasn't translated very well, but I was able to put it together nonetheless. My first impression was that it looked cool, and I decided to go out back and shoot it. I didn't have a scope, so I just looked down the rail and took a shot at a homemade target I made out of some wood, not only did the bb break through the paper and dent the wood back, it still had the power to break back through the paper. The bb flew straight and hit the target where I wanted it to hit. Upon disassembling the gun again, I found the cocking mechanism scratched pretty harshly, but otherwise, it was in good condition.
Bb flew straight and was not affected much by wind.
Able to dent solid wood from ~60 feet
Ease of use 8/10
The bolt needs to be pulled straight back or the gun will not cock properly. Bolt has fallen out when a little too much force is applied, and if you do not cock properly, multiple bbs may be loaded
There are no straps for ease of carrying, also somewhat heavy and there is no place to store the jam remover that came with it.
The shoulder pad was a little small, and the cheek rest was hard plastic, also, the handle for your other fingers had a sharp edge