Maybe not classed as a strict review but thought it may be helpful to some who are undecided yet. Copied & pasted from an earlier post I did as I didn't want to retype it again, hope that's ok. After the orange adjusters fitted last night I upped a couple of pics on here & mentioned about using the carbon fibre floating kit I also bought a couple of weeks ago. I was, even last night, still contemplating fitting it, woke this morning got downstairs, cup of t, ciggy, started thinking of today's shooting & improving my aim. Looked down & saw the 'float' kit sitting there, thought why not, if it don't work nothing lost & I will refit to the original spec. Ten minutes later it was done, apart from a little boob I made with the internal Hamster brace, a small piece of black metal, tapered both ends, gets pulled against the two metal rods attached to the Hamster, a quick removal & turn around sorted that out, already for the day ahead. Straight away the rifle is lighter, no nose heavy downwards motion now I thought, it's now shorter by quite a margin so a little more case room, balance has shifted more to the mid point which is better, so far so good. At the range had quite a few comments on the floating & the orange adjusters, all positive glad to say. Had to re zero the kit but apprehensive as I was praying the pellet wouldn't impact the cone in the stripper as I made no adjustments to it, no worries & it shot well. Zeroed to 30 yards, 15 minutes later bench rested I was producing a single hole with slight edge scarring from subsequent shots, a very happy bunny. Slightly quieter than before so all in all a good result. A few guys wanted a go who had thought about getting an FTP, no problem I said & gladly obliged. Positive comments came back which is always good so all in all it paid off taking the plunge. Had a few enquiries as to where I sourced the stock adjusters from as well. Target rifles, I feel, should come with 'in the field adjusters' & not allen bolts anymore as it just makes things so much easier to do.