| Submited By: Stephan M. on 01/02/2013 |
I got this gun for Christmas 2012, and when I first pulled it out of the box I noticed how small it actually is! Which is good, considering the field I pre-dominantly play at is an in-door warehouse. The next thing I noticed is how wobbly the stock was, which in reality, was not that big of a deal. All I had to do to fix was to take the crane stock off, and tighten a screw at the bottom that was very easy to access. Another thing that suprised me is that it came with a Deans to Tamiya connector, just in case if you don't have a battery with a Deans connector, luckily though, I did. Now, about a week later I was able to bring this gun to my field, and not only was everyone impressed with the very unique look of the gun, but also the way it preformed, and I must say, it preformed very well. Despite it's size it is very accurate (After Hop-up adjustment of course) My only complaint is the fact that there isn't much room on the rails, but that's simply because its so small, a double-edged sword I guess.
Not enough rails?
Wobbly mag (Still feeds perfectly fine)
One last thing to note, is that it is quite heavy for it's size. I'd say roughly about 7 or so pounds. Whether that is a pro or con is up to you. I would definantly recomend this gun for intermediate players, and for begninners. For the price range it is a over-all, very good gun.