BEEMAN/WEIHRAUCH H100 T FSB .22 PCP
The air pressure gauge is on the end of the air cylinder, and is color coded for quick easy reading. The item sticking out of the air cylinder at five o'clock, just behind the gauge, is a probe that you put in the fill port, after charging the air cylinder, to keep out dust and dirt between fills.
There is an index mark on the outside of the mag. If you index that to the top, at 12 o'clock, when you insert the full mag, you can easily tell where your pellet count is. The next time it comes up at 12 o'clock, you are out of ammo. It is also easy to see the pellets in the magazine as it rotates.
The gun was rested on a Caldwell Shooters Bag up front, and a Protektor, heavy bottom, rabbit ear, rear bag. This thing was rock solid steady.