I got the gun from Airrattle.com for $320. Keep in mind however that AirsoftGI will offer free shipping, has much better customer service and a warranty. The weapon itself is beautiful. As I took it apart I realized how G&G really put some serious work into this weapon. All the parts are of the best quality and there are many moving parts. The 16 inch precision barrel allows for some serious accuracy. At a recent preshoot with my team we found that this weapon is more accurate then the G&G m14 that we have. The red flash hider is glued on but it can be removed with some pliers and force. It won't break and the reverse threads allow for all sorts of different attachments. If the red flash hider is removed, the Cybergun warranty will be compromised. If the weapon has been dismantled to a point that any screws are removed the Cybergun warranty will be compromised. You may be able to fit an extra 3 inches of barrel if a supressor or other attachment is used. The select fire is a little iffy but that is almost to be expected for a bullpup. The weapon is big and heavy but I like it like that. I put a 9.6V 1600mAh nunchuck style battery in the gun. As far as length goes, I do not see it conceivable to fit a battery in there that is longer. Mid-cap m4 mags will not fit but a hack saw will fix that problem: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=murNRHKBF1Y.
-Plenty of top rail space.
-Weapon is made up of many pieces which allows for dismantling
-FN Herstal official license
-Short/16 inch barrel(bullpup)
-Everybody wants to stroke it/play with it
-Hi-cap m4 mags fit
-Mid-cap m4 mags fit with a little work with a hack saw: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=murNRHKBF1Y.
-Kinda looks like a fish
-fire select is iffy
-Everybody wants to stroke it
-RIS attachment is extremely expensive
-Cybergun warranty requires you to send the weapon to England
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]