||I posted an extremely long detailed review on this GBBR(Gas Blowback Rifle) that took me a long time to type up, but evike didn't even post it so here is my shorter version.
-Extremely Fun and shoots hard
-Strong Recoil (A bit less powerful than shooting a .22 rifle but comparable)
-Accurate up to 70ft (Could be more, haven't tested its max range)
-Insane rate of fire (Faster than my G18C Gas Blowback Pistol)
-Lowest priced GBBR out there at the moment (Around 100 dollars off the next cheapest M4 GBBR)
-Somewhat solid for plastic (Still has wobbly parts but overall sturdy)
-Would make a great primary for CQB and a decent primary for open field/forest battles.
Very light due to being plastic, for me its a con but it can be a pro for some others
-Charging handle is extremely flimsy and half the length of an actual M4(Extremely Disappointed)
-Handrail is wobbly
-Closed bolt system
-Stock is a little wobbly but overall sturdy
-Magazines cost 40 bucks and they are not the best magazines
-You have to go to war with the orange tip if you want to replace it (By war I mean completely destroy it. G&G Put a pin to secure the orange tip and you can't hammer the pin out so you have to drill two holes next to the pin and pry it out with pliers, If you don't know what your doing don't even bother. But it was worth it when I put my Shark Muzzle Flash Hider on it. 14mm negative threads by the way)
Overall this gun is one of those "you get what you pay for" rather than one of those "bang for the buck" guns. For 140 Bucks I can't complain too much, but it could have been better with minor changes and fixes. If your willing to spend the $100+ difference for a higher quality GBBR than by all means do it. If your on a budget and want something fun and useable for airsofting, then this gun is not bad at all. Hope I answered most of your guys questions and please evike post this review I spent a long time writing this to help people.
IMPORTANT: BEFORE inserting the magazine, you want to make sure the gun is on safety and the charging handle is cocked, If you do not follow this procedure it will cause the magazine to release gas and fire a bb out the barrel mistakenly when you insert the mag, so please be careful about this.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]