"I'll start by saying this is an amazing pistol, and since it run's on green gas (Or propane, whatever method you decide to resort to), it makes a nearly perfect, non-CO2 pistol. This gun has plenty of positive factors, and although it has some downside's, most are based on my style of play.
It shoots great. It allows shooting for the fastest trigger fingers, and most shot's are consistent on where they go. It has a standard 30 round mag, which is (usually) more than enough for a sidearm. I haven't had this gun for too long (about 6-7 months), but recently, because of AEG problems, I bought another mag, and used it as a primary. I had 2 mags, so I had a total of 60 shots. For close quarters, this was enough to shoot a couple people.
All good things come with a price, and I'm not talking about the cost of the gun. If you have a leg holster made for a 1911, this gun is somewhat uncomfortable, and for me, tends to hit my leg every time I run. Also, green gas is more pricey than CO2, and is usually harder to find. I use the Propane-silicone alternative, and the gun runs fine. This means that you have to treat the gun well, like not using it in freezing temperatures, and applying lube to the internals every so often. You also have to take care of the mags, which can leak if they are beaten up of broken.
Overall, this is a great alternative to CO2 pistol's, and has great performance. Accurate, and powerful, and has a large mag. As long as you take care of it, this gun would be a good addition to an airsofters arsenal
"Great pistol so far. Its not too heavy, it feels and performs great. The Fps is a bit too high for indoor, mine measured 380ish with .20g bbs. But i just swapped out the inner barrel for a 5.1 113mm Hi-Capa one and it shot at the usual 330 fps. Its "short stroked" with the slide release still operable, a bit more and u give that up but the cycle rate is better than a stock 5.1 Hi-Capa. If u bought this when it was on sale for the airsoft con like i did, u got a helluva bargain.