This Gun Rules
Plastic Parts: Stock, Cheek pad, Orange Cap, Piston, Spring guide, and the trigger outer covering
Metal Parts: Outer barrel, inner barrel, tri-rail adaptor, bi-pod, trigger system, and all screws.
The gun is very nice to hold, weighs in at ~11 lbs with the scope and bi-pod on. The tri-rail adaptor the goes into the front of the stock of the gun(as seen in the picture), it wobbles unfortuantely. The orange cap is easy to take off, iI did it with pliars. The 2 mags it comes with are full metal but are hard to explain, they are a pain to reload until you get the hang of it but they are extremely sturdy. I think UTG fixed the gold pin bolt issue because mine is a screw and doesn't ever fall out. The barrel spacers are crappy because when you take the barrel or hop-up out and put it back in, you mess up the barrel spacers and they take a while to get back into place. Don't use .12s, crap-brand biodegradeables, or crap-brand .2g BBs with this gun as they might shatter and completely ruin your gun. I recommend using .28g - .36g BBs as they are exetremely accurate.
Upgrade kits are coming out for this gun that aren't expensive that will raise this gun's potential to its best.
Overall: Great, Solid, affordable sniper that you can get
(Based off the Rifle used by the British Military Snipers)
-Lasts long time
-Inexpensive upgrade kits are out for it
-Nice range & accuracy
-Looks great with leaper's scopes
-Clips pop out
-Heavy ~11 lbs(some might sonider this a con)
-Tri-rail adaptor wobbles
-Bi-pod is low quality
-Clips are hard to load until you get the hang of it
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]