After a full 3 years with this AEG I must say this is the best stock AEG I had! When my custom builds fail I can definitely rely on this bad boy! At first I had doubts, thinking it would just be a "chinese aeg that'll break in a few months" but this one proved everyone, even me, who thought it'd have a short lifespan. It does have its quirks, like the accuracy, plastic hop-up unit, and unhelpful hop-up bucking. However the ROF with an 11.1v lipo was really impressive (mine shooting around 360-388fps w/ .20gs @ 19-21 rps, Swiss arms chrono). Other than the hop-up parts, this thing rocks and can compete with higher AEGs if u give it a chance to shine. The mags that come with it fed flawlessly, and put at least 10,000+ bbs through it and still works like new.
Externally speaking, the metal body feels cheap, but sturdy enough to take some falls. The stock got loose about 6 months of regular use, and now the pistol grip has that squeaky feeling. Also, rail space is very limited, and there is no side rail mount on the body. The orange tip is indeed removable and has a 14mm- threading. (Mk16 flashhider looks wonderful on it). And you can't really do as many external changes as an M4. but hey its not an M4!
Overall, the lesson of today is to NEVER underestimate chinese guns, they're much more formidable than you think.
-FPS and ROF are respectable with an 11.1v lipo
-Still going strong after 3 years of NO INTERNAL REPAIRS
-Not an M4
-Railed-AK, so you can attach foregrips, lights, optics, etc
-Very worthy of a loaner gun/backup/starter gun
-Can withstand an 11.1v lipo, 3 years with it and still going strong
-Externals feel cheap, could use better material
-Stock gets loose after regular use, remember to tighten screws after gaming
-Accuracy is terrible, recommend you swap out the unit and bucking ASAP, you'll wreck house much more
-Rail space is limited, but in my opinion you don't need much on it anyways
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]