Many years ago, my father picked up a Sheridan Blue Streak pellet rifle. He still has it, and it's the version with the rocker safety. I don't know about anyone else, but I always hated that rifle. Extremely difficult to pump up to full power, bad sights, and an awkwardly-shaped stock. Yet they seem to have a cult following among some people. Can anyone enlighten me why such an awkward gun would get so much love?