| Submited By: Aaron M. on 11/29/2008 |
This weapon is great for tactical pistol trianing requiring one shot only, speed reloading (however lacks slide catch), point shooting, reflex training, transition firing; I could go on...
It has decent accuracy, and functions very smoothly.
However, if you drop it, or apply too much abuse, it will break. I found that racking the
slide too violently regularly (high rate of fire) will eventually break this. I currently have 7
mags for this, and 2 broken guns. I have one working UHC M9s, and a ton of spare mags,
I use it to train speed reloading and mag well awareness. It's good if you cock it gently,
then it'll last a long time.
(I AM COMPARING THIS TO HFC GLOCK, MOST DURABLE SPRINGER I'VE SEEN FOR PISTOLS)
I expect a spring pistol to be durable and last virtually forever.
When close examined, there are some stupid engineering errors.
The metal piece that supports the spring when assembled is poorly secured.
The strength of the slide rails could be improved upon with thickness. The take-down pin
could also be beefed up.
I really like this pistol, but I expect more from a springer after using HFC and KWC springers.
- Accurate (for the most part)
- Very nice range
- Metal slide
- Smooth operations and working parts
- Breaks to quickly, although lasts for a good 4-6 months at the least usually.