||I just got this gun today, and I have to say it more than surpassed my expectations. The externals alone won my heart I am a huge Resident evil fan; and the internals are phenomenal. It is built as true to spec as possible based on the "actual" Bio hazard from the RE series as in it will fire double action on an empty chamber but only when set to semi. However that being said when you flick the switch to Full-auto the sound that this gun makes as it empties its standard 26+1 round mag fueled by propane is terrifying and loud...I love it! One gripe I do have about the aesthetics however is that I would have liked to have seen caliber markings on the slide unlike the other bio-hazards that are based on the Beretta 92fs, this one is more based on the 96f a .40 S&W. Not a big deal but would have been cool. So lets round this all out in a good old fashioned pro's and con's list:
Full metal (sans the grips)
Heavy (pro or con depending on who you are but with the mag in it is very balanced)
Loud (once again pro on con depending I like loud)
uses all standard we-m9 mags (would like to see extra ones of the ones it comes with available)
and Its from Resident Evil
Heavy/Loud potential con I don't think so however
Have to attach the Comp and rail your self (takes about two minutes comes with the needed Allen wrench also requires a small Philips head that most any airsofter will have)
Lack of caliber markings, not a huge deal but I would have liked to have seen them.
PS: WE really needs to also make the Albert Wesker and Brad Vickers models, that would be cool to see.
PPS: Seriously Evike get on getting those extra grip extension mags...
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]