The cons are rather superficial, and there are a lot of great aspects about the weapon. I play primarily indoors, and this gun is of an excellent size for that. The stock is much smaller than that of my MP5 SD5, giving it great maneuverability. I installed a spring to bring the gun down to around 300 fps, and thus the motor can pretty much instantly fire as I pull the trigger. Although the barrel is so short, playing outdoors (using .28g bbs) it outranges a TM AUG using the same bbs.
I probably forgot to mention something...
Anyways, the gun is far better than I expected for the money. I highly recommend it!
Rubbery stock, grip, foregrip
Large battery type
Included mag feeds well
No mag wobble
Good sling mounts
Removable flash hider
Nice trigger response
Accurate (beats out a TM AUG)
Excellent rate of fire (stock 8.4v)
Good for both CQB and outdoors
Version 3 gearbox
Vivid orange flash hider
Top piece (covering where a stick battery would normally go) is rather...purple. And sparkly. ?!?!
AKs are a bit of a pain to disassemble
Included mag is only 250 rds (small, but the size fits the gun nicely)
Included battery (normal stock 8.4v JG offering) is pretty bad
Dunno if this is part of my luck with JG, but I cannot switch from semi auto to full auto; rather, I have to safety the gun before any firing mode changes.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]