I got this sniper a few weeks ago. It is my first sniper rifle, I decided to buy a hard hitting strong sniper that wouldn't need much work and this fits that. This sniper measures in at about 45 inches from tip to the butt plate and weighs 9.5-10lbs with the bi-pod, clip, and a scope. The clips are made out of most if not all metal. The bi-pod is great and provides great stability. The sling is okay but not entirely useful since the sling points are kinda far apart and placed in bad spots and would cause the rifle to touch the ground, but the sling points look strong.
I would recommend buying .48 bb's because this rifle has a lot of power and can cause .3's to hop or curve even when the hop-up is turned down.
You will get a work out from pulling the bolt back. When pulling the bolt back, make sure to not be still pulling the trigger back or else the bolt wont pull back. Also make sure to pull the bolt back straight.
The cheek plate does rise up and some of the butt plate can come off to make it more comfortable.
This one comes with a longer rail but also comes with a shorter one to switch out. The double trigger acts as an additional safety .
I'm sure with the internals that they packed into this rifle it will last for a while.
All metal clips and clips actually push out of the rifle making it easy to switch.
Long rail, but comes with a shorter rail, to switch out.
Rifle looks like it can take some abuse but wouldn't recommend throwing it around.
Double trigger/working safety.
Sling points are in bad spots.
It's weight can slow you down.
You can feel some of the seams, but you can easily get them off.
Bolt takes some power to pull back, but the spring is strong so its a trade off.
This rifle does not come with a scope, but this allows you to buy any scope you want depending on what you need.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]