Before I say anything else, YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR, and this AEG is no exception. I was really surprised how solid the front grip, outter barrel, etc. are on this gun. The mag clamp was basically a joke being that the thin, almost bladelike protrusion on the back of the AK mags made it impossible to put on correctly. But hey it works great with m4/m16 mags so keep it for that:). When you first get the gun out of the box you'll notice that you have to attach the stock which isn't very difficult at all and stays on sturdily once you put in the screws on the top and bottom of the base of the stock. You do have to feed the wires through the not-entirely hollow stock and attach the connectors but that too is pretty self explanatory. Mine came with 2 large batterys, I'm not sure if this was a mistake or what but they both work perfectly even though the plastic covering on one was cut up and a little damaged. The main problem with the gun would be that the fire selector switch comes very lose after a short while, but even that can be a pretty easy fix. This is definitely a good buy for 109 dollars but I would probably recommend putting in the little extra money for a better quality gun.
Great space for a large battery to fit comfortably
Flash hider isn't unbearable
Very loose fire selector switch
Some parts feel like JG used cheap metal, but thats what you get for buying a cheap gun.
Like I said before, mag clamp just isnt practical with AK47 magazines.