The HB 22 showed up in the mail today.
For the price, I had expected a bit more refined and finished product.
Everything is put together with split metal pins and they are not driven in centered,[ie] one side sticks out more than the other. Easy fix but indicitave of haphazard workmanship.
One of the pins holding the forearm in place chipped the wood when it was driven in. Again a small chip but less than desirable for the price.
A couple of the pins were not smoothed down and create scratch hazards.
The grip on one side is not aligned correctly.
Many areas, especally around the trigger guard have excess metal which should have been smoothed out.
The action does seam solid. Time will tell.
I am going to leave the pistol AS IS until the ron des vou so y'all can see it and perhaps it will give you something to think about if you are planning to buy an air pistol.
In the meantime, I'll run a few pellets through it to see what it will do.
If at first you don't succeed. Re-Load
The Metric System never really caught on in the U.S.
Unless you consider the increasing popularity of the 9 mm bullet.