||I have had this gun for 2 years now and it's still firing strong. This gun can be described in two words "reliable" and "durable". The accuracy and range on this gun with .23's is remarkable. I don't know about .25's though so go ahead and experiment. Before you make you purchase buy some extra shells, a speed loader (cause if you don't you're gonna have a hard time), a shotgun shell holder, and a sling (cause the one you get is useless).
I wish there were none, but there is always one. In this case the stock. After using it for a while the stock will get loose. This can be easily fixed by removing the rubber butt on the stock and tightening the screw. However if the plastic threads give way then the stock will not stay on after cocking it once. This happened to me recently and I was quiet bummed out. However there is a solution to nearly every problem. My just happened to be gorilla glue. Be very careful with this stuff if this is also going to be the solution to your problem. Other then that this gun is freakin great.
Easy Fix for Shotgun Shells:
I have been hearing about problems with the shotgun shells breaking easily. I have had the same problem and I have found a way to fix it. Usually it is just overloading the shell past it's capacity. So just being careful this is a easy solution. Now if you get it jammed just tap the shell on something to loosen the bb's then push down the latch keeping the bb's in. This will either get the bb's all out or individually out either way it will usually work. After all the bb's are out tap on it one last time till you see the plastic bump. You'll know what I'm talking about if you already have shells like this. And that's it, it's ready to be used again.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]