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KJW Full Metal MKII Ver. 2 Gas Powered Semi Automatic Sniper Rifle Airsoft Gun (BLK)
[00774 / GR-6702]
$99.00
by J. NEIL verified buyer Date Added: Tuesday 27 July, 2010
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Just got this thing today. It has its pros and cons. I was surprised at how really small the thing was--but I knew it was a carbine. I had a similar reaction with my P90 when I first got it. Anyway, I've fired a few shots. Mags are a little painful to deal with. I bet using a speed loader would make it a lot easier, but I don't have one right now. Reloading is also tricky at first. There's a little tab on the underside that'll take some getting used to, but it works. As for the weapon its self, it shoots damn hard. However the bullets drop downward, and I'm using .28 rounds because .20's are TOO LIGHT for this gun. It didn't come with directions and I do not know how to access the hopup. I bet this would fix this problem on an otherwise straight shooting gun. You can even see the difference in speed and accuracy. My biggest complaint about the gun is a long trigger pull. Now I didn't know what the hell that meant because no one detailed it for me. But a long trigger pull means you have to really pull the trigger back to make it shoot. This ALSO makes the trigger harder to pull in general, which will force you to change up your shooting methods as a sniper. I sometimes end up pushing two fingers in, or pulling my whole hand back slightly for the last half-inch of trigger pull before it shoots. That way I can still shoot straight. Practice with it. I honestly think the long trigger pull is a safety measure, which is good. With the speeds this gun shoots, you do NOT want a misfire because you accidentally pulled the trigger!! I've done it with AEGs before. My friend nearly took out my eye because he was being stupid with an AEG once. I do NOT want a BB of 450 FPS to be misfired!

Pros:
- VERY powerful
- Compact, lightweight
- Shoots straight
- Does not waste gas easily being non-blowback
- Long/Hard trigger pull (Why is this pro? Read the description I wrote.)

Cons:
- Possibly TOO powerful
- No directions included
- No where to tie a sling
- Rails on top are kinda short
- Long/Hard trigger pull (Why is this also a con? Read the description I wrote.)

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
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KJW Full Metal MKII Ver. 2 Gas Powered Semi Automatic Sniper Rifle Airsoft Gun (BLK)
[00774 / GR-6702]

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