First, the good stuff. I'm currently using this as my primary and I must say it has surprised me with how well it performs! The accuracy of this thing, while not the best, is more than good enough especially since it shoots 3 bb's at a time. The grouping with .20g bb's is fairly consistent and pretty tight. Playing CQB with this thing is a lot of fun and I would definitely recommend this to anyone who is looking for a cheaper primary for CQB or just to have as a decent loaner gun for your friends.
Now on to the bad stuff...my biggest gripe with this gun is that the inner barrels do NOT extend to the end of the outer barrel. They actually end just past the forward sling mount which makes for a LOT of wasted space. IMO, that was a bad decision on DE's part, and I would definitely have gone with the CQB version had I known that since I'm guessing they have the same inner barrel length. My only other gripe is with the pistol grip. At the back of the grip there is a curve that ends in a somewhat sharp edge that allows the stock to move around freely. Because I have very large hands, this edge actually pushes into the top of my hand every time I pump the gun and after a while it gets quite painful. However, wearing gloves does alleviate this problem so I would recommend wearing them for anyone with large hands.
All in all, great gun but I would go with the CQB version...
Retractable stock for CQB
Inner barrel length is no different than the CQB version
Pistol grip may be uncomfortable/painful to users with large hands
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]