well to start with they send the wrong battery. the one they send does not have enough power to fully reset the gun for the next shot. they send an 8.4v but the gun needs a 9.6v. but after you get past that obsticle then it works flawlessly. the metal is very high Quality,the hand gaurd,foregrip,stock,pistol grip, and magazine are made of very high quality plastic called polymer.the orange tip does not come off. if you want to cover it u will need camo ribbon or electrical tape.the magazine is very durable, no wobble,holds 500 rds.the 6 position stock is sturdy. the foregrip in the picture does not come with it but a polymer folding foregrip DOES come with it, its much better. as for the performance of the gun, it shoots dead-on at 60 feet which is my farthest target. the rate of fire is faster than i thought. im not sure of the exact rate of fire though. if you have ever played Call of Duty World at War and shot the fg42, that is exactly what this gun sounds like. the magazine release is different than most other AK47-AK74. instead of pushing the lever forward towards the barrel for release, you push it down. the lever is a normal ak release but with an extension that goes under the trigger guard. you just push down on the lever and the magazine falls, it does not involve pulling on the mag or jerking the gun. if you plan on mounting a red dot site, then when you buy this gun, also by an after market side mount rail system. after you buy that the red dot fits perfectly. this gun has about a 4 or 5 pound trigger pull. the rear and front sights are adjustable. the dust cover is easy to take off but very hard to put back on. and that is all i can think of about the gun.
fast fire rate
high quality metal and polymer
comes with weak battery
does not come with after market rail
orange tip does not come off
blow back only slides back 1 inch not 2 1/2 like the real bullet is measured