On thursday i picked up an lvg challenger in .177 from solware and proceeded straight to the club to test it out. It was staight out the box with no changes being made to any of the action or stock. I tested the rifle with jsb, aa fields and h&n field to see what would give me the best results. As far as grouping and accuracy was concerned the h&n came out on top producing tight groups at 30, 35, 40, and 45 yards. The chrono test over 15 shots gave me an average power output of 11.5 ftlbs and a 7fps variation. What I was suprised about the most was the weight which for a springer seemed incredably light. Now i have not shot a springer for a long time but the rifle seemed very user friendly as far as being hold sensative is concerned it performed well no matter where i held my lead hand. The overall finish on the rifle was remarkably good for a £360 rifle and there where no issues with the synthetic stock as far as finishing was concerened. The barrell lock just in front of the barrell break was easy to operate and does not hinder the cocking which has a smooth uninterupted action. All the shooting I did with the rifle was from the bench so after I shoot a course on sunday shooting from prone, kneeling, and standing i will reoprt again on the findings.