Out of the box, the SOG-68 felt like a truly solid rifle. I own a couple rifles with metal bodies (one of which is a TM M4) so I wondered how this would compare. It is a sturdy rifle and I didn't notice any flexing or creaking of the rifle. Even with the stock extended there is no wobble that I noticed. The handguards are a snug fit and don't rotate while holding it. I encountered some minor issues but nothing that detracts from a stock rifle. First was the seeming inability to rear wire the rifle for a buttstock battery pouch due to the design of the telescoping A1/A2 stock. Second was the flashhider. I scraped the glue off of the grub screw and didn't realize until after I turned the flashhider a couple of turns that there was a second grub screw (also covered in glue). Fortunately it didn't ruin the threads on the outer barrel. Third, and lastly, I found the screw holes on the sides of the supplied high caps mildly detracting (pure cosmetic and obviously I can get different mags). Kudos to AGI for solid packaging and the quality control slip showing test fire and chrono reading. I even got four bb's that were left in a mag as a souvenir.
Solid/Sturdy rifle, no flex
Comes with everything shy of bb's to get going.
Two high cap magazines.
NiMH battery included
Great CQB rifle
Flashhider screws (2 of them) heavily glued in place
Design of rear stock requires more imagination to allow rear wiring.