I recieved this gun a few eeks ago and have been using it since. There are a few things that make me uneasy about using this gun. One of these things is the foregrip, it is not very comfortable and wobbles. Another bad thing is the magazine, it is plastic and does not feed very well or wind very efficiently. Other than those, this is a great gun! It is VERY inaccurate with .20g bbs, but will get the job done of suppressing fire and a mid range assault weapon, just don't try to snipe with .20s. With .25s, it is a different story. While not the most accurate semi-auto gun, the automatic setting with .25s is near perfect! Firing in 5-10 round burst at a target ~150 ft. away, every bb hit. I have mine fitted with a red dot sight and a UTG universal bipod (word of warning: the "short version" sold on this site is too short to go prone with on this gun because the magazine is longer.) Soon enough I will be purchasing a longer bipod, a quality 8.4 volt battery (I believe the 9.6 volts are too long, I will have to inquire) and possibly a drum magazine. With this gun, you have a great LMG, HMG, recon support, or assault rifle (It is a Kalishnikov, after all) for under $200. To the person below who stated it as a great sniper, it'll do, but it is not the most reliable.
-Great rate of fire
-Awesome FPS (well over 400 with a .20g)
-Rails allow for customization
-Good mag cap (~600 rds.)
-Hasn't jammed once yet
-Great support weapon and assault rifle
-Foregrip. Buy a different one.
-Stock comes loose, easy fix
-Battery compartment is difficult to access (make sure to flip your front sight forward)
-very inaccurate with .20g, but that's because of FPS
-Magazine is not the greatest, buy a new one
-CYMA internals (Work great, but not the highest quality.)
Overall, great gun. If you are looking for an inexpensive support weapon or assault rifle with the quality of higher end guns, this is one of your best options.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]