although I knew I was buying a cheap Chinese gun that would get the most bang for its buck, I was upset to find many minor problems with it. The first problem I discovered was right after I got it out of the box and attempted to attach the stock. The screw holes did not line up so I had to drill a little bit at the side of the attachment plates in order to get the screw in. The second problem I discovered was that the barrel and everything attached to it, jiggled slightly from the receiver. This was an obvious problem because depending on how and where you held the fore grip, it was not pointing in the same direction every time. But, I just wrapped some safety wire through the gap and now it does not move at all. If it was not for the tools at my disposal, I definitely would have returned this gun. They weren't hard problems to fix, but something like your barrel moving separate from your receiver is completely unacceptable for a firearm.
-high FPS (greater penetration/range)
-rails (for infinite customization options)
-almost entirely metal (sturdy/strong/does not creek)
-realistic weight and feel
-powerful/effective gun for only $195 (good bang for its buck)
-jiggling barrel and screw holes that did not line up (these were problems with my gun, not all of them)
-high FPS (will draw blood at point blank range)
This is an affordable Chinese gun, so don't be surprised if you find minor factory problems with it.
Rating: [3 of 5 Stars!]