Note - Thanks A. BENGTSON for pointing out the solution for the magazine problem. Now I can shoot it without shaking the gun to get all the BBs out every 5 shots.
*Point the gun down when you are cocking the gun; just a little will work, as long as it is not pointing up*
Back to the gun. I got it with the ASGI scope on the shocker sale, so total around 72 $.
Price-wise, great for a starter sniper riffle.
The gun feel smooth and sturdy; quite heavy compare to other guns. Over 7lbs compare to its real deal 14lbs. Like A. BENGTSON pointed out, you could take the weights inside the stock off, I recommend leaving the weight near the cheek rest to balance the gun.
Shoot ~350 FPS with .25BB out of the box; accuracy about 100fts, after that BBs start to spin in weird directions. Hop up is hard to adjust.
The magazine is just crap. Hard to reload in mid of game, easy to jam BBs.
Bolt action feels nice and clean. Strong spring, so use your thumb and index to cock it. You are not Rambo.
Overall, the gun is decent for its price tag. I bought this gun because of the price and because it's an AWM. If you just want a cheap starting sniper riffle to mess around in-game, then this is good for you. Otherwise, invest a bit more for a reliable riffle; UTG mk96 is a good substitute if you must have an AWM like me. CS ftw!
*It's AWM not AWP, get it right.*
It looks and feels like a real AWM.
Stock feels nice and sturdy.
Thumb hole gives you a firm grip, even for smaller hands like me. You could 1 hand this gun and still be able to aim through the scope.
Orange tip is easy to remove. (look on youtube)
Crappy plastic magazine.
Bad design on mag and mag well mean you have to look and make sure the mag is well aligned when you load the mag.
Safety is right next to the bolt. You could accidentally pull the safety to off, and not be able to shoot.
BBs start to curve left and right after 100fts. Inaccurate.
Rating: [3 of 5 Stars!]