"Erm, to begin:
I got it and immediately realized I wasn't getting it assembled. Indeed, when the box lay open, the bag of tiny screws and hardware was pretty weighty. With the rails not even fitting the attachments, I was aware that I had run across a problem.
Eventually, I realized I would never get the thing together. I superglued the original cocker to the gun and left it as it was. The flashlight is going on my glock, and the scope is going on a shotgun. Rails included? Cheap Plastic. But now to the gun itself:
I got it and a part was loose inside. I freaked out, hoping I hadn't broken it just by taking the styrofoam off of the gun, but after 10 minutes of shaking and hitting the gun gently to get the part out, I got it and found it to be half of a crayon. Yep, that's what I thought.
Just using the sights, (yes it works without the crayon) this thing is fairly accurate. I obviously love the huge clip (30 rounds is a lot!) and it fits my long fingers perfectly. Silencer is fun (obviously it does not quiet the gun at all) and does not cause the bb to be misdirected. Using the strap I got with my shotgun, I put it on the uzi (the uzi does come with straplocks) and wear it on my side, so that if I lose my main weapon in war, I can sneak in close, take a shot, then drop it and run without worrying about losing that, too. This is not a main weapon, especially in an AEG war. However, it is a decent backup and target practice gun. You are getting a good deal for 15 bucks, let me tell you that, unless you count on getting the rails set up. The attachments work great on other guns, and the silencer is straight, the stock is a sort of waste as nobody's arms are THAT short, but it looks good, it's fairly powerful, reasonably accurate, and for fifteen dollars it's a steal. Also, to moviemakers and ametuer film-people: This is a great buy for you! For AEG people: Not a good gun for you. To springers like myself: If you need a backup that you don't want to worry about running out of ammo for, this is definitely a good deal, if you are careful with it. This is a lot better than buying a walmart handgun for ten bucks more! Consider picking this up once you have your shopping cart filled, it's a good val. for money deal.
"Although it seems like an oxymoron, this M11 is accurate. I can hit 1.5" targets consistently
at 23 feet. This thing is a blast to kill your friends with when they're using AEGs, because it makes them feel oh so noob.
- Range? good enough
- Silencer is fun
- Broke the piston latch, however glued it back together easily
- Bullet starts to drop at 25 feet or so I think
Overall, oh so much fun in this cheap little package. It'll make you giggle and grin
with sinister thoughts of pwnage.