||I honestly didnt expect much from this rifle. I was planning on just having it as a loaner gun for buddies who didnt have their own guns but wanted to try airsoft out. Boy was i wrong! This thing is a very solid M4
It is very light weight and has a 2 piece outer barrel which is great for CQB. Internals are pretty durable, you should be able to run a lipo for a long time with no issues.
You might want to swap out the Hopup bucking for something a bit better. Maybe even RHop it if you are adventurous.
-Polymer Body gives strength without sacrificing weight.
-Relatively LiPo ready. Havent had to do any work yet, maybe some AoE and/or piston swap in future if needed.
-350fps is perfect for midrange-CQB play.
-Accepts most m4 mags
-No Proprietary parts internally or externally to my knowledge
(I have a love-hate relationship with my KWAs and Classic Army's for this reason)
-Externally solid in most areas
-Hopup bucking isnt the best (Get a new bucking)
-Range isnt amazing
-RoF is slow, (Get a better motor)
Could go either way:
-Some people may whine about the plastic body, I personally own a custom Full metal G&P Polarstar m4 and I have no problems with polymer body guns. As long you dont:
A) Throw it off a cliff
B) Run it over with your car
C) Rage and slam your gun on the ground
D) Give it to Chuck Norris
E) Toss it into a volcano
You will be fine.
A simple SHS torque motor and King Arms bucking upgrade will run you around $40-50 total, but after that, this gun will be a perfect CQB/Midrange gun. Its lightweight but robust frame combined with its sturdy internals definitely make this a great gun for the starter-medium experienced player
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]