So i got the gun in yesterday. Right out of the box, it looked really cool, and as soon as I picked it up, I realized how heavy it was. This means a lot of metal parts. Just about all of the gun is metal, except for the stock and hand grips, which are strong abs plastic. I got the battery, and it fit in the stock with ease. Plenty of room left for a larger type battery. I filled the magazine with bbs and headed outside for a little target practice. With in 20 rounds, the gun jammed. I took it inside and used the unjamming rod to clean the barrel, and it seemed to do the trick. I've fired about 400 rounds so far, and it is really good. I mainly used the semi automatic function as I found it to be more accurate than full auto. This gun shoots really hard at about over 400 fps. I bought a Leapers 1x 34 red dot sight and it makes the gun look really cool and accurate. Overall, this is a pretty sturdy gun, with some minor flaws. I would recommend lubing your gun up a little bit just so the gears work well. Also, I noticed that the magazine, which is also metal, didn't fit too well into the slot. you kind of have to work it a lot to get it to stay in place. Again, this gun is very sturdy, and you will have it for a long time if you maintain it well. D-boys has made a great improvement, but they still need to work out some of the kinks. Definitely a good buy, but a little expensive for a middle-level airsofter.
great fps (400 +)
lots of metal parts
Accurate on semi
great feel with grips
nice metal rail system for mounting optics. Recommended Leapers red dot sight
Jammed right out of the box
Magazine doesn't fit well and wobbles a lot
VERY lout. I mean my L96 sniper is quieter but if you like it loud than this is the gun for you.
Really inaccurate on full auto
have to wind the magazine often
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]