So i bought this gun awhile back and it is just a beast no other words can describe it. Took it to a op and everybody there was talking to me wanting to hold it and see how it feels. It out shoots my modified G&G m4. Everything is spot from the HK markings to just how it feels in your hands, real manly not to mention tons or rail space. I have run it with a m203, fore grip, and angled for grip. The 203 does add substantial front weight to a already heavy gun but I don't mind it was a necessity for that op. I do run 2 high cap mags with this gun cause I tend to put a lot of rounds down range and so far have had zero feeding problems as I know another poster said earlier he was having issues. I do however have a few gripes with this gun. One it shoots hot 465 first day I got it so no way you are taking this to a cqb game. I think its down at 400 now after I put a few hundred rounds threw it .25 bbs are a must for this gun. Two and this is a major gripe there is no ambidextrous sling mount on the back receiver shoot its only really the plastic mounts on the stock for the sling. Those do not seem that stable to me so I installed a magpull rsa sling rail attachment to the top cause this gun definitely needs a sling to use this on ops.
So to sum up if you want a great looking gun that is unique feels legit in your hands, tons of rail space, and can be used as a dmr for a field, and a talking piece to make friends. Than this is the gun for you I will always have this bad boy German in my arsenal.
realistic trade marks
real feel, real weight real steel
tons of rail space for accessories
talking point to make friends
everybody needs a legit German in there arsenal.
shoots hot 465 when I got it not for cqb even though you can argue its the shorty verson
no real sling attachment point on the receiver the plastic sling mounts seem to weak on the stock to take a full heavy op invest in a proper sling mount .
I guess weight if you want high speed low drag then steer away
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]