"Tec 9, armor, RUSH B!!!!
All jokes aside, this is a pretty good gun for the money. I was going for other GBB pistol to play indoor super CQB environment. But I remembered about this little guy and thought why not. The upper is made out of metal minus the bolt cover being plastic and feels really cheap. When put together, the cover will not slide back by it self being only held by a single spring attached to the front of the gun. The lower receiver is also made out of plastic but feels 20x better. The hop up is a little bit weird with .20 so I'd recommend .25 or heavier. When turning all the way down with .20, BBs are still curved up under 30 ft. To put the battery in, you will have to turn it up side down and play with the wire for a bit.
-Heavy weight [might be a con for smaller guy]
-Good build quality [except the bolt cover]
-Good side arm or even primary for CQB games
-Comes with 2 high cap mags
-Game ready out of the box [x2 mags, battery, normal charger]
-Very cheap bolt cover and I mean VERY CHEAP
-Battery is tricky to put in
-Weird hop up
-No trigger respond
"So to start, most people who get this gun get it to mod it, and use its parts, which is cool and all, but if you wanna use the gun for itself like I do, this is the run down of what youre gonna wanna know:
-High fire rate, even with non LiPo
-Really loud, imo really cool
- very sturdy, easy to mod
-hits hard, and once you fix any problems you may have, is very accurate
-Not very great out of the box, Hi-caps that come with it wont feed the last 30 or so bullets
-Over hops heavily with the mad-bull bucking, I upgraded to the G&G weather resistant bucking, which works much better: http://www.evike.com/products/36022/
-hopup is basically non existent, with it turned "up" its just on, and if you turn it "down" the bbs roll out the end of the barrel. Its basically pre adjusted, with just an on or off switch.
-Battery front grip kinda takes away from the tec-9 look, although modding it to put battery in barrel is elementary work
OVERALL when you fix the issues the gun becomes very reliable and extremely fun to use, but depending on how well your bucking was put in/was molded in the factory you may need to buy a different one. I find that Mad-bull buckings are better fit for snipers and using .4s and dealing with heavy springs, its just too thick for this tiny barrel and gun. The hop up is also pretty dumb, and I dont even know how to fully work it yet. Seems like its just "on" or "off", will keep you posted. Overall, good gun and very cool looking, but not without its quirks. Easy fixes, just annoying.
"I got my GAT, and had some problems, had to send it back for repair. It was 100 fps lower than stated and was double feeding every few shots. They repaired my gun and said it was only the bucking being dirty (on a new gun?) I think there was a small tear which caused loss of fps.
The hop up is just okay on this, even with it off all the way, the gun still curves high after 75-85 feet. I might need to put a new bucking and nub inside, I can't tell how far it shoots because the bb's curve so much they vanish in the air.
ROF is insane, this gun is the fastest stock gun I own that shoots this fast.
Hop up sucks, even with the unit off the gun still curves which requires you to aim down to hit targets past 75 feet.