i found this gun both fun and usefull. the gun feels a but uncomfortable in the hand because of its 9 pounds of girth and thin grip but is very satisfying. after gassing it up i found the muzzle report to be unsatisfying. it sounds like your hitting a metal block with a hammer, a very loud ting noise. but it preformed like a champ. with .25 bbs you couldnt ask for more. the 5 bbs that fire from the muzzle fly fast and hard with a realistic spread pattern and at the right temperature, a muzzle flash from escaping gas. the gun has 3 load tubes. each tube holds 60 bbs and the gas lasts 20-30 shots (its not too consistant). but, you have a non-shell gas powered shotgun, that shoots 5 bbs at a time like nothing else with about 120 feet of kill distance. some bbs dont settle for 170 feet sometimes.
i may have forgotten to menchon things.
METAL inside and out (grip, handguard and O-rings are not metal)
realistic spread pattern
100 foot effective kill range
ANY barrel can be installed. just lop off the hop up openings and install.
barely any orange
dissassembly for maintence is simple
internals are currosian resistant
no shells (lol)
crappy muzzle report (if you want to defile it with a silencer it sounds much deaper and nicer)
too heavy for a no stock weapon
glossy finish catches fingerprints and scratches easly
barely any orange
safety is hard to actuate sometimes
full dissassembly gets confusing
front sling mount is just a key ring, far from usable with the guns weight
very inconsistant gas output (some shots only go 50 feet)
soft inlet valve, dont atempt to unscrew it
the rest of the metal shouldnt get wet
the magazine tube assembly looks slopely made from the inside, but solid
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]