I have had this gun since early June and have put about 7000-10,000 rounds through the gun and this thing does not disappoint.
The package comes with the gun (durr,) magazine, quick winding tool, front post height adjuster, charger, 8.4 volt 1500 mah nimh battery, cleaning rod, a terrible sling, and a manual with the best Engrish I have ever seen (It is for your fun of shoot that this soft ballistic gun is made.)
This gun has amazing accuracy and range for a stock weapon. Everything is very sturdy, excluding a little bit of play on the foregrip (you donít realize it when the bbís are flying around.) The metal on the gun feels very sturdy and my gun has seen a fair share of drops and smacks and is still functioning without a problem. Non-metal parts include the foregrip, pistol/rear grip, and the stock (which is made of a textured plastic that feels nice, but sweat and oil is easily noticeable.) Another nice feature of this M-16 is the ability to remove the rear sight and add any scope that can mount onto a RIS. However, I recommend finding a way to raise your scope because the front sight cannot be removed without having a place for the plastic grip to attach. That means that if you want to remove the front sight, you have to get a gas block for the M-16.
When it comes to performance, this is one of the strongest guns for the price. With over 400 fps, it may be a little much for some fields, but is still a nice feature. The ROF is decent, but the strength of the spring makes it difficult for a motor and battery to pull back that strong spring, which is why the fire rate can be a bit slow. You can always add a 9.6 volt battery, but I have yet to try it.
Recently, I have added a tightbore barrel and a systema hop up bucking, giving this gun an amazing amount of range (around 150-200 ft before the bbís start dropping, this thing goes further than my sniper rifle.) I also did not feel like spending $100+ on a RIS kit for the gun, so I drilled holes in the foregrip and added rails onto it. If you ever want to do some external work on this gun, do not be afraid of it breaking, this thing is STURDY.
However, I have had some slight problems with this gun. The pins used to take the gun apart can be VERY difficult to remove the firsr time you disassemble the gun. After the first disassembly, it is easy to take apart. Second, the magazine is pretty wobbly on this gun (My D-boys high cap magazine has a better fit than the magazine that comes with it.) Lastly, when the bolt is pulled back to expose the hop-up, releasing it can sometimes cause the bolt to catch on the hop up and change your hop up settings. However, I fixed the problem by taking the gun apart and putting a small washer underneath the biggest wheel on the hop up and taking the bolt apart and reassembling it. (Sorry if I didnít explain the problem in detail, but it is a very easy fix.)
With good maintenance, this gun will last you a very long time, and will serve you well for all the time you have it.
-Plastic is very strong
-AGM logo looks very nice (Eagle in a shield)
-Over 400 FPS
-Sling attachment points are sturdy and have yet to break
-Many different brand magazines fit
-Removable rear sight
-Charging handle makes a very nice and "manly" sound
-Manual gives a good laugh
-Looks very nice with a red dot scope and silencer
-Great for field battles
-Tough to remove pins
-Wobbly magazine (still feeds fine though)
-Charging handle sometimes catches on the hop up, messing up your settings (easy fix)
-No birdcage flash hider, just a big orange cylinder
-A little wobble on the foregrip
-Bad for CQB due to length
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]