"I did some pretty solid research looking for a solid DMR-style gun to add to my arsenal, and although the KR14 has limited reviews on the internet, i can confidently say i'm satisfied with my purchase. I mean, i looked at Scar-H's, M14's, l86's, etc, and in the end, for $300 the KR guns seem like the best choice. I've put around 3000 .30's through mine so far with a 9.6v battery, and it's been pretty solid. it shoots a consistent 400fps with .20s which mirror's the statistics on the website, so that's good.
Upsides are all of the main thing's you can really ask for in a solid DMR or a M4 platform.
Upsides include consistency(FPS, battery usage, RoF) , pretty dang impressive range(i've never measured it officially, but it goes as far as you can expect from a 400fps gun using .30s), a solid metal build(it feel's very high quality, unlike my MTC-3 which has a lot of wiggle room in the polumer lower receiver for the internals, the KR14 has a very slim but robust metal frame that compactly holds the internals). And the rate of fire is satisfying enough that you'll close your eyes as the stream of bb's hit your target and the orchestra rapid contact washes over your ears.
Downsides aren't very major things, mainly little things that you'll notice but will forget overtime.
One being that the first time, and the next 5 times, you dissasemble the gun it will be very difficult to break that top and bottom portion into the appropriate upper and lower receivers. You do feel quite manly afterwards though. Also.
just a side note, i definitely reccomend those KWA mags that it comes with, they feed flawlessly and fit into the magwell as a magazine should. (And only get small type butterfly batteries, the buttstock literally has slots that only allow for them. Otherwise you'd have to like manually cut out a big ol chunk and like you might mess with the wiring and ugh, it's just not worth the extra effort.)
I'd say the only major "flaw" you would need to take into consideration when buying this gun, is it's length. It is a very loooong gun. Now if you are prepared to take up a DMR/sniper position and systematically eliminate your targets, then you'll appreciate the heft and intimidation that the rifle expresses. But if you want a gun that you can shoot in any indoor environment, good luck man. If you aren't specifically looking for the feeling of having a long DMR that you epicly carry around like a BA as you strut onto the playing field, then just get one of the other KR variants. They have virtually the same internals but just at more convenient lengths for different ranges.
"Got it 2 days ago. Ive put over 1,000bbs through it. And it is pretty nice. Only problem was after putting 1,000bbs through it tge hop up hadnt broken in. So i opened up the hop up. When i did that i lost the hop up nub. Had to make a new one by cutting about 3-4mm on he ink tube of a cheap pen. After that. Hittin targets at about 200ft. Its sick
"Looks and feels awesome. Did not get from here bought it locally. Hits hard. Have not used it in battle yet. The feel of it so solid feels like real one. Unique on the field have set up Acog and mag rag vertical grip,
Solid with wobble at all
Easy flash hider replacement
Solid seamless rail across top rail and receiver
Can use most real steel accessories
Can used CQB/CQC, due collapsible stock
Maunuvable for large gun
Small battery only fits in it
Can be loud indoors