This gun is what you would expect from a low cost JG. You basically get what you pay for. It weighs in at about 9 pounds, which could get pretty heavy. When you put a scope on this thing, you need a rail raiser because the front site will get in your way, and you cant move it. Theres a lot of mag wobble, and it wont even fall out on its own when you push the mag release. Theres also wobble in the hand guard (which looks and feels like cheap plastic) not so much wobble so it messes up your shot, but enough to just piss you off. I have no idea what the metal circular hole is in the stock, but its not so bad.
The Stock is plastic, and does not have a rubber coating like higher grade full stocks. The firing of this thing is o.k. FPS is a little low, (you should upgrade it) and ROF is pretty good, it'll shoot about 175 feet max. It has a really big grouping tho, one shot will go in a complete different spot then another shot. But every 8 rounds or so you'll get 1 shot thats dead on accurate. Overall if your going for your first gun, I would recommend throwing out the extra 50 bucks and getting the Echo 1 STAG-15 M16 DMR. Hope the review helped! BY THE WAY, YOU CANT RATE WITH HALFS, BUT IF YOU COULD, I'D GIVE IT A 3 AND A HALF
-Realistic look and feel
-Nice weaver rail to mount optics
-Easy to get to battery
-ROF is pretty good
-Easy to take appart and put back together
-Heavy (Could be a con)
-Metal bolted down barrel (Really high quality barrel)
-Easy to get to the battery.
-Easy to take appart
-Kind of unaccurate
-Wobble in the mag and hand guard
-Heavy (Could be a pro)
-Paint job on mag is crummy
-No rubber coating on the stock
-Low grade, cheap plastic for a hand guard.
Rating: [3 of 5 Stars!]