I bought this gun off a friend. He only had it for 2wks prior to that.
At first, this gun had misfeeding issues which I was able to fix. Turns out it wasn't wired properly (pinched wire near the hop up). After that minor fix it fed great however the chamber is very tight so it needs the added pressure of a High-cap mag to load the bbs.
Another "problem" was the hop-up unit. It never really let me zero in the gun at 35-40yards w/ .25g because of the lack of backspin. Past 20 yards I'd have to start lobbing bbs like if i was paintballing. I fixed this by wrapping the hop up nub with tape. That allowed me to zero the gun at 40 yards and even make some shots @ 55 yards w/.25g with only a slight bb jump. Also the hop-up rubber came split where the bb makes contact causing my shots to jink right or left at the last second(35+ yards). Only after I replaced the rubber was I able to accompish what I first mentioned.
BTW my target was a telephone poll. 8/10 @ 40 yd and 6/10 @ 55 yd.
One odd thing I noticed was that INDOORS with low light the color appears to be Olive but OUTDOORS it is 100% Tan
Consistent FPS (380-390)
Very long range for stock AEG w/ slight modification.
Solid build with no wobble
Works well with suppressors (better if you line the interior with sponge or foam)
Stock rubber gives unstable flight path to bbs
Stock hop up provides little backspin for long range shots
Does not like Mid-caps (not enough pressure to chamber the bb)
Battery space is tight
Rail configuration is limited (If you buy the rails you'll find out what I'm talking about)
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]