Now when i first bought the gun originally it was going to be my back up for my m4 during a OP. I had a certain goal with it and it was to turn it into a Grenadier setup with a EGLM attachment and now its currently my Starter gun with said EGLM. Now when i first held the gun i was surprise by the weight of the gun and that it wasn't too heavy thanks to the lower poly and upper metal receiver just like the real thing. It has a high Fps out of the box around 400-415 on .2 though once broken in goes down to 390s which is perfect for GA fields. It had a good bit of range as well, good for field use regardless of smaller barrel. It is also very ambidextrous friendly since i do tend to switch hands depending on cover and environment and like the name applies CQC friendly. One thing i was a bit put off was the lower rate of fire that it came with around 11-12 rounds a second with a 9.6 so i do recommend upgrading the motor for a decent rate but overall a great gun for your collection.
Pros: High FPS though can be a con depending on field rules
Smaller barrel length makes it good for indoors or MOUT locations as well as field.
Good Range for smaller barrel
Plenty of rail attachment and space
Side folding stock for shorter length and ease of storage and a free bipod
Cons would be a low Rate of fire on 9.6. Recommend upgrading motor
Bipod feels a bit cheap
A little getting use to on putting the battery which is in the stock and may require tools to take off.
Flash hider birdcage looks a bit out of place
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]