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For: CYMA L85A2 Spring Rifle Airsoft GunProduct Information:
Was definitely surprised when this came and it was so huge. This gun is very large compared to some rifles and shotguns, and is a heavier, stiffer plastic make. The paint on it feels less realistic than an actual model, but that's extremely negligible. It came with interchangeable sights for both irons and a scope, but the scope is non-magnifying and uses the front portion of the irons anyways, kinda weird. The spring on the magazine is extremely resistant and is hard to lower all the way due to both its shallow tab and the arc of the magazine. Its flashlight had to be screwed onto the rail, which is not very glamorous, and I'm not sure how good it even is... but it's also cross compatible with some other arms and it fits snugly. The large size coupled with its bullpup design probably means the rifle is absurdly accurate, there's no reason it wouldn't be honestly.
-Despite its large size, it fits underarm very comfortably, feels very natural.
-Mechanics all indicate this gun is extremely accurate, even if the sights are a bit weird at first.
-High capacity magazine, in theory.
-Comes with some interchangeable bits, kinda fun.
-Seems very durable based on its hardened plastic design.
-Magazine fits well and unloads easily. Saw someone complain that the mag was hard to unload, but if you use your left hand and use the thumb-press properly, it comes very natural and easily, yet is snug when in place.
-Bolt on the right hand side is a bit odd, and is probably not friendly to left-handed shooters.
-Sights are a bit weird, and may not come too natural at first.
-Large. This is a double-edged sword but it makes storage and transportation a bit harder, I'm glad I bought a 71 inch rifle bag, the overkill of its size fits this with ease.
-Magazine is hard to use due to its defiant spring, but has a well on the inside that holds a lot and can be used to bypass the main spring, which compensates a fair amount.