Sounds like you got a bargain there, nice oneBought one for my son today, brand new at £90 (shop gave a bit of discount after messing me about)
All I can say is, it's an awful lot of gun for the money, Walnut stock and Chrono'd in the shop at 11.3 ft/lbs (with Eley wasps), I've put 100 or so RWS Hobby through it this afternoon and am hitting a tangerine consistently at about 15 metres with the open sights and unsupported standing, not expecting much as it's still running in but overall pretty happy with it.
Plenty of power
Accuracy seems good
Auto safety / bear trap
Scope recoil arrestor
Where the money was saved
Open sights shocking quality
Trigger is plastic and, though adjustable, isn't very smooth.
If you'd had a few British airguns and you shot it blindfolded it feels a bit like a Webley Vulcan circa 1986, can't say exactly why or what it is that gives me that impression, certainly the trigger isn't as uncomfortable as the old Webleys, I think it's the way the recoil is transferred through the whole gun in a rather unsophisticated manner.
Still, £90 and piercing a quality street tin at about 50 feet (through lid and stuck in base) with a light wadcutter target pellet isn't half bad going