Ok, i want to be honest as i can be. For the price of $133 i rather spend it else where but since i got this off another site for only a 100 bucks plus free ship.... this is an amazing gun for what i paid for. now listen the gun is entirely made out of high quality plastic and not that crap abs you see in the old days. It almost on par with G&G's materials but slightly different texture. The buffer tube, outer barrel, iron sight, and even trigger is made out of high grade polymer. Now this is where it gets scary... the take down of this gun is not like the standard m4. The two receivers is actually one piece that slips in half so the carrying handle is pretty much molded to the body of the gun. Bummer right? This gun only weight like 3 pounds it really fun to swing around because it so light. The gearbox and gears are metal at least. i personally love this gun.
One thing i favor is performance. ics include a 6.04 barrel stock. the gun also does a ripping 18 rpm with 8.4v battery judging by my ears. i don't know for sure but its a fast shooter. It out perform my polymer echo1 xcr. why does cheap guns always do better than the expensive ones?
i would only recommend this gun to beginner level players who want a high performance aeg with a tight budget. Out of the box it is very accurate. i can't say by how far but its impressive.
to you guys...real talk ....if you dont mind your gun being fully polymerized get this combat boy cuz this boy will surprise you. But if you are a full metal freak than i suggest other wise. New players that are looking for causal play of airsoft i say go for it. Out of the box this gun is doing everything i ask for.
Accurate as it can be
Polymer (good or bad)
lancer tactical killer
can compete with higher end aeg
good for cqb
fake charging handle
Molded carrying handle
fake forward release button
Completely polymer (i don't mind it being plastic...but for you guys its a big con.)
ugly cheesy looking 40 rd magazine
ugly cheesy combat boy logo on the body LOLZ
tight fit for other brand mags. G&Gs mags work best so far
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]