||I got this Gas blow back smg a month ago and have skirmished with it 3 times.
I operate as a designated marksman in my fire team. Since I use a low capacity/low rate of fire semi auto rifle as a primary, I needed a pistol for a backup. I chose to instead use this submachine gun. I removed the stock and the picatinny rails and It barely fit in a thigh rig I had on hand. I moved it up to a hip configuration and that worked best.
When the situation finally arived where I needed a backup the reaction was quick and profound!
The enemy had me pinned down with a very tricked out M4 AEG and had the upper hand. When he heard this thing rattling off he was literally scared by the noise and volume of fire I brought down on him. This gun does a psychological effect on the enemy!
With the stock extended and a vertical grip installed, this gun handles excellently. It is very compact, and very light. It can also lay down a serious volume of fire in an instant!
The only real downfall of this weapon system is the magazine capacity. At over 11 rounds per second the 48 round magazine empties quickly. You will have to be very strategic about how and when you engage the enemy as reloads are frequent. Someone really should make a 100 round magazine to round out this package.
The gas efficency of the magazine however is extremely good. I commonly get 3 to 4 reloads per propane charge.
-High rate of fire (1200+ RPM/ 11+ rd per sec)
-Super loud report shocks unfamiliar enemies
-Very Gas Effiecient
-Good accuracy at pistol/smg range
-Excellent handling in pisol or smg configuration
-Accuracy at mid-long range is poor
-Magazines are expensive
-Can be difficult to secure to a thigh or hip rig due to magazine length
Mac Bundy out-
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]