This gun is probably the best AEG you can get for under $200. The handgaurd has a MINIMAL wobble. I can hardly notice it, so it won't be an issue for you. The only problem I have had with this gun so far is the magazine wobble, which I expected from previous reviews. Four rolls around it with some electrical tape took care of that one though. Comes with a 450rd hi-cap mag, wrench, manual, another tool (can't remember what for), and an unjamming rod. The charging handle has to be kept pulled back to pop open the dust cover and reveal the hopup. Carrying handle unscrews to reveal a rail to mount optics on, although you might need some taller scope rings, because on my Tasco 3x9, it was RIGHT on top of the foregrip (the front sight is in front of it but will NOT block your vision, although it does add a slight gray blur occasionally). Mine was tested at 345 fps and I'm going to guess that it will wear down into a groove around 330fps, so the details on this gun are accurate. One of the best stock ROFs, and even better if you upgrade to a 9.6v
Carrying handle, outter barrel, sights, stock tube, and magazine are all metal. It has been debated on whether or not the sportline comes with a stock TBB, so I just assume that it doesn't so that I wouldn't be dissapointed. I wasn't. All the cons listed below are unimportant, and easily overcome.
Any questions about this gun and contact me on Yahoo answers by my account TremL96 (Jacob M screen name), or on airsoftretreat.com by TremL96 also.
Nylon fiber body (better than ABS)
Easy to get to hopup
Metal in all the needed places
120ft range (haven't gotten chance to test this yet)
450rd metal hi-cap (don't really like hi-caps but still)
Carry handle comes off to reveal rail
Comes with tightbore?
Doesn't come with battery (but can give you chance to buy a better one)
Nylon fiber body; not metal ):
Stock is kind of a pain to position but easy if taken slow
Obviously, since an M4, it's not an ambidextrous mag release
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]