This gun was stunning after I opened its nice and big box. It was long, but I could still get a good grip on the middle of the barrel, the stock was a great size for the 8.4 volt battery, which came semi-charged. Everything was metal and heavy, but I only got tired with the gun after holding it up to aim for about a minute. There was no wobble, the long barrel was perfectly attached to the gearbox. The hop-up system is the best I've seem, with a simulated bullet rod and an easy-to-figure-out function. The orange tip was pretty big, but that doesn't really bother me. It also came with a muzzle cover, unjamming rod, a small package of BB's, and a not-so-trusty sling. This was one hell of a gun for $175, and my mag's from my broken-down D-Boys M4 fit nicely, but with slight wobble. This is a great gun for anyone who admires American weaponry, and also for someone who wants an accurate, long-range and hard hitting airsoft. Despite the con's, this is still a great gun. I highly recommend it.
Battery (came with charger)
Slip from Airsoft G.I., which showed the results of the FPS before packaging (which was 450 with .20 grams)
RIS rails easy to use
Big orange tip
Wobbly with other magazines
Can only use 8.4 volt batteries
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]