i looked for a lot of guns. should i get an echo 1? agm? what about an asgi custom? well i finally stumbled across this guy right here, and i was amazed. full metal almost everything, great range, and decent accuracy. (nothin a tightbore wont fix.) when i opened this guy on christmas day, the first thing i noticed was the weight. 9 pounds of pure perfeection? cant beat it. my freind bought the 400$ kwa sr10 (engineered to outperform is the logo of kwa), and belive me when i say this "outperfroms' it in many ways. (dont get me wrong, his is a beast, but not worth 400$.) i dunno what gearbox jg threw in it but i can assure you its amazing. iron sights wreck the average m4 sights, and so does the hop up. (im geting a new one, because i lost the spacer and dont wanna spend 2 dollars with 10 dollar shipping, so might as well.) the oonly thing i was not impressed with, was, as usual, the stock. i dont know if its a defect, but its not that great. it holds its own, though. ( i had to tighten the stock rail, which can be dont by removing the stock - do this by pulling the adjuster down from the back and slide it off- and use a phillips head to tighten it.) flash hider as usual is a pain in the ass to get off, but thats what sledge hammers are for. pistol grip owns!! i also want to include the rof. on youtube, there are no versions of this gun reviewed, but there are the cheaper ones that are reviewed. that the rof of those guns and multiply it by 4 and that is the rof ( in other words it owns.) the trigger, charging handle, rails, fire selector, stock rail, barrel, hop up, gearbox, hi cap, iron sights, body, inner barrel frnt slind mount, bolt release (non functonal), all screws, delta ring, are all metal. only the stock, grip, and flash hider are abs. all in all a very outsanding job from jg.
pretty much everything
flash hider is bolted on from the side- pretty much gotta break it off
stock is a lil wobbly- can be fixed
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]