I think for the money there's no contender, G and G has a cheap well built well constructed GBBR closed bolt for only 150$, 150$! I saw this and I didn't believe at first actually I though I was hit in the head or still asleep. Back to the gun though, I don't think the rails metal, and only the lower receiver of the body is metal, Not the Whole thing. Hahaha, like I'm worried though, its G and G, haha, aside from that the mag holds about 40 sum what rounds and I can't tell you how efficient it is on gas because this is my first, but I got a full mag off with and even had gas left over afterwards on a new canister of duster gas, and charged the mag for about, duster gas, keep that in mind. I think the only problem I have with the gun is the hop-up, even all the way down where it shouldn't be putting back-spin on the BB there is TOO much back-spin, and I get a about ten flyers a mag. Other than that, the gun is great for the money, no wobble what so ever, there is a good amount of recoil for a closed bolt I think, and for the money... lol, try finding a better deal.... granted a few things will need to be fixed though.
-trigger response is immediate
-great build on G and G's part
-comes with a very comfortable crane stock
- ITS FREAKING CONVERTIBLE!!!!
-good mag weight
Pro/con, mag well doesn't let the mag slide out but keeps it in there real nice, and you'll get use to it =)
- PS- I shot this in 30-40 degree weather northern Nevada, Kinda cold this time of year
- Needs a new hop up, its not even the bucking that needs replacing in my case =(
I'll get it done though
-Pistol grip is sometimes uncomfortable, after about and hour or so
-Not a full metal receiver, butt hell, G and G's polymers are great =)
-no bolt catch, I'll live though =!
-other than those, Its a great gun for the money, so don't think otherwise just because of the price =)
Oh, and it is an AEG style charging handle, its metal though, as is most of it =)
PS again, sorry for any mistakes or typos, I'm tired and the review was simply on my to do list.