-Compact (easy to get around corners)
-Good ROF (have not chronoed--you will notice the ROF is definitely adequate when you fire the weapon)
-Extremely accurate at CQB distances, I'm getting 1"-2" groupings at 50' and at 25' BB's are basically on top of each other (indoors, prone position, bi-pod, .25 BB, propane, stock internals, iron sights, with compact version)
-Crisp blow back
-EASY to break down
-Two mags! (This really rocks because GBB mags ain't cheap. Thanks Evike!)
-Feels very sturdy
-Doesn't freeze as quickly as [metal] m4 mags
-QD sling mount that came with mine was crap. It was bent and kept sticking. I prefer the Matrix QD mount.
-Slight wobble between upper and lower receiver (I put a very thin strip of electrical tape between the receivers to "fix" this
-50rd mags WOULD BE AWESOME
-There is rust on my front sight post
How I run this gun:
-First thing I did was lube the internals (I put the tape on as well, while I was inside the gun)
-I installed the RA-Tech NPAS (being able to change the FPS is VERY helpful because most fields don't allow over 400 FPS for CQB) http://www.evike.com/product_info.php?cPath=26_580&produ-
-I always use .25 gram BB's or .28 gram BB's
-I use a one-point sling
-I carry 2 mags in shorter games(i.e. elimination), and 4-6 in longer games with more players (i.e. CTF)
-I have rail covers on the bottom rail
-I replaced the sling mount
-Flashlight on occasion
Would I recommend this gun?
Hell yes. This is, by far, my favorite GBB for CQB.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]