"This pistol is an absolute monster. It isn't perfect; most airsoft guns are not, but for 120 bucks it will absolutely fit into a collection of niche firearms that aren't modern military or police weapons. And niche it is; that's part of the problem with most of this gun, and also part of the appeal (at least for me).
Strong Construction: This gun is as solid as a rock, and most of it won't break if you drop it besides the mag, but for over 40 bucks you won't be dropping those mags FOR SURE. Nothing on it wobbles save for the mag when it's in the gun, but that's to be expected.
High power: Shooting at an average of over 400 fps out the box, you can easily use this for medium range engagements and outshoot players with AEG's; just be accurate when you do.
Blowback: The blowback is hefty and definitely befits the gun's weight. In addition, this thing is also loud as hell and will scare the daylights out of anyone in enclosed spaces.
Full Auto: If your field allows it, absolutely use this setting in close quarters; it will outshoot any AEG SMG with more power, and if you're talented you can't be stopped with this gun.
Customization: Even though there's no tactical rails for scopes, You can buy full wood grips and stocks/holsters for these guns for about 50-60 bucks on amazon, and then you have a carbine set up for more accurate play if you intend to run this as a primary, which you totally can.
Uncomfortable: The grip without a stock is uncomfortable, and your hand will ride up. You almost can't hold this gun comfortably, and it will take some getting used to.
Expensive Parts: Buying CO2 will set you back, mags cost far too much, holsters are also expensive and you can't use normal ones. Basically, everything but the gun itself costs far too much and if you plan to start running this thing frequently in games, you'll have to invest.
Useless sights: The iron sights on this gun are basically nonexistent, and the only scopes anyone makes that I've seen are all Han Solo scopes that cost too much. If you want the classic look, you're going to have to make due with no sights, and if you want the Han Solo scope it's more for aesthetics and adds weight to an already heavy gun.
Heavy: While the weight and full metal contribute to make this a strong weapon, it also makes it unwieldy. I honestly don't consider this a handgun, it's more a carbine for me that has a stock you can use to make it one handed. This is NOT a sidearm; it's too powerful to be used like that.
Overall, if you're not worried about price, this could make an outstanding primary and a good secondary if you use a close range weapon. I personally love it, but I hate that none of my gear can be used compatibly with it. The gun has good merits; it's a weapon that is sturdy and will shoot hard. But it isn't the most comfortable or ergonomic gun. I personally don't mind that, but many who like a comfortable gun should steer clear of this one. I'd absolutely recommend it.
"Just got this gun today, and I'll just say right now that this thing is an absolute beast. The thing has one of the highest fire rates I've ever seen.
High power (bad for indoor matches)
Weight (while many are saying the weight is a disadvantage, it actually makes the gun harder to jerk around which will make it easier to aim)
Elevation adjustable sights
Thumb safety switch on the top-back side of the gun
Expensive, difficult to find holsters
Fire selector is a little bit difficult to use
Too hot for indoors
Overall this an absolutely amazing piece. I'd recommend it for men 14-16 years old and olderand women over 16 due to its weight. It's a little bit heavy for the kids.