This is Iver.
Claims to be a "sniper" rifle. Made by UTG (Double Eagle, same thing), Generation 3 internals. 6.14 mm diameter, aluminum inner barrel. Unopenable cylinder. Plastic stock.
For this price, I guess it's still better then anything clear plastic, or a Super 9.
Not bad for a first gun, you can take it apart to learn how the things work. Hit your friends from 90 feet away! (sarcasm)
Metal it's made with isn't bad, but it's not the best either.
Comes with two magazines, for extra missed shots.
Sheesh. Where do I start. Let's start on the outside.
Build- Stock was wiggly until tightened up, all plastic. Metal on outside is decent.
Accessories- No scope, no iron sights, bi-pod isn't exactly top-of-the-line. Also a pain in the ball-joints to zero a scope, simply because of accuracy issues.
Internals-The hop-up looks like it's made out of pot metal. Unopenable cylinder, can poop out a .20 at about 400 something FPS. Trigger assembly broke within a week, the thing started slam-firing and I had to send it back to get repaired. The barrel is a whopping 6.14 mm wide; not so great for a stock barrel. Even with .25's you won't be able to hit anything past 90 feet. The bb's start doing crazy things. Bolt wiggles back and forth when it's out, not a good sign. Every once in a while the mag decides to double feed and your gun turns into a shotgun with a scope on it.
Rating: [1 of 5 Stars!]