This shotgun could be better as far as durability... Anyways performance wise is where it shines. Not much too say over a spring shotgun other than triple shots. Do NOT get the retractable stock or full stock they break easier if you hit it on a wall while running the pistol grip is less likely to snap off... yes the stock can snap and you might as well throw them away. I personally had no love from them... And i take care of my guns. My personal experience with these has been fantastic but the cheap plastic does get in the way.
Range (For indoors)
Fixed Hop up
Shells are cheap
Rubberized grip and pump
No rails available
*Do NOT use these outdoors they're indoor weapons.
*Use a sidearm(GBBP) it will help when you want a more accurate shot
*Be careful with this its not polymer, pot metal, or high quality ABS, in fact its really cheap ABS.
*I personally mounted my own rail with some modification i personalized it to my liking and needs
*Reloading... Lots of it and its not too easy, I switch to my sidearm a lot
My Indoor loadout:
WE 1911 (2 Mags)
Shotgun - Custom Rails G&P T1 Red Dot, Matrix PEQ II, Vertical Grip _:D, Shotgun Sleeve
WE 1911 - Flash Light/Laser
Dye i4 White/Gold
Condor 4th Gen Chest Rig - Shells in one row of MOLLE
Condor Drop Leg Holster
Matrix Knee Pads/Elbow Pads
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]