My parents decided to give this to me for my 18th birthday. Oh well, at least I can legally own this gun now, no mater how bad it is. First off, it jammed the first time I used it. The first magazine. The first BB. It was a high quality, polished BB from G&G. I had used the same bag for all of my other guns and had no problems. I put the fully charged battery in, it shot, and nothing came out. Good news: It is an M16 variant, so it is very easy to take apart, and so it was successfully dejammed in an hour. Two days later, I had my first fight with this gun. After taking out my friend who was trying to flank me by shooting him in his knuckle, the battery blew a fuse. I surrendered and went to get my other gun. I plugged in a different, more reliable battery, and it didn't shoot. It didn't even make a sound. One of the internal battery cords and split and wasn't 'channeling' the electricity, so said my team mechanic. This has probably been one of the worst birthday presents I have ever received. Oh well, at least it's the thought that counts...
- Powerful, at first...
- 300 round hi-cap magazine works well
- Hey, now I have another carrying handle I'll never use... Yay?\
- Fun while it lasted
- The battery is horrible
- Jams easily
- Some wires split
- Can get a better, different gun for the same price
- I have nothing against Echo 1, but they did a bad job on this gun
Rating: [2 of 5 Stars!]