Out of the box, this gun shoots slightly over 400 FPS, but after several games, it shot consistently at 400 FPS. This gun's body is of a slightly high-grade polymer. Its ROF is average on a 9.6. I do not know what it is on a 7.4 or 11.1 lipo, however, I wouldn't recommend it since the stock gears are very mediocre. The gun's fuse is slightly different than that of other guns. It is housed in an oddly shaped black box that you need to twist to get the fuse out. The stock is slightly wobbly, and the screw that holds the adjustment of the stock falls out easily. The carrying handle comes off easily, like it should, and under it lies a fine line of rails to mount optics. The charging handle and bolt release are non-functional, as to be expected from the G&G sportline guns. the orange tip at the top is glued on, so it'll take a bit of effort to get off. The battery and charger that come with this gun are decent; I no longer use the battery, but I still use the charger to this day. I'd highly recommend this gun for players who want to start off with a decent gun (seasoned players should steer clear from this gun, and other sportline guns).
On a scale of 1-10 for playability, I'd rate this an 8
On a scale of 1-10 for realism, I'd rate this a 4.
Overall, I'd rate this gun a 6.
Comes with a very reliable battery and charger.
Reliable accuracy and effectiveness.
"Hits very hard" (excuse my noob-language).
Orange tip is glued on.
Wobbly stock with loose screws.
Handguard is very difficult to take out.
Thread tip easily breaks, which makes applying a mock suppressor a bad idea.
Non-functional charging handle and bolt release.
Rating: [3 of 5 Stars!]