"I've had this gun for a while and i fielded it for the first time, it performed really well! it is gas efficient and has good range to it. It needs heavier bbs to be accurate or else .20 will fly straight up. .23 or .25 works best in this.
heavy (con for some)
Realistic feel and look
Three different functional safety's
Snappy recoil, gas efficient
Double-stacked mag, higher capacity
Customizable parts included
Orange tip does come off, typical of WE, and you can use a silencer adapter and suppressor with it
Can be hard to take slide off of receiver at first, needs to be in the right place (gets easier after breaking in the slide)
*Will only fire when pressing mag up after manually setting the "hammer" back, with the mag butt off
**Looked used, scuffs on plastic receiver, deep scratches on the end of recoil spring guide rod
*I have a problem with mine, reason for the low rating. I wish to gove this a better review in the future. I noticed something was wrong when trying to fire it for the first time with propane, and it didn't fire. I took the slide off, revealing the internal hammer components above the grip. I knew that when the hammer strikes, it pushes forward a block of metal that contacts the gas release pin on the backside fof the mag. Upon further inspection, this block is loose, free to move up and down and backwards with the hammer cocked back. I figured that it moves so loosely backwards because it needs to disconnect and let off of that gas release pin of the mag. After studying the action closely, I realized the block did not need this free backwards motion, as the disconnect is when the slide slides over a spring loaded tab on the rail to disconnect the trigger, and the block should move backwards with the hammer when the slide cocks back. Also, I believe this block may be missing the mag gas pin completely and therefore not firing. I took the mag end off and put it back into the mag well, and noticed a lot of up-and-down play inside the mag well. If I were to pull the slide back, put the mag in, let the slide forward, it will not fire. If I pull the slide back, reach up inside the mag well with my finger to manually flick this block back (because it moves freely backwards only when the hammer is cocked), then put the mag in, and let the slide forward, and push the mag firmly upwards, it has a 1/5 chance of firing, hitting the gas pin on the backside of the mag. It has maybe a 1/10 chance of cycling if it does fire, and the slide does not slide all the way forward (almost by 2mm from return) because the mag top is scuffing the slide's air chamber block. I feel like I'm missing a piece or a spring near that striking block for the mag gas pin, because it's almost always never striking it, no gas is coming out or redirected elsewhere. It could be that the pistol is defective, the mag is defective, or simply the wrong mag. My review is long because I also seek help for my problem, but may soon resort to disassembling it or selling it cheap to avoid the hassle of shipping it back for repair services.
**When I first got this, I noticed deep scratches all over the exposed end of the recoil spring guide rod, as if someone pushed the muzzle end of the gun straight down onto concrete. No loose metal parts were in the box and could have done this, I suspect this was used or mishandled or half refurbished. Aesthetically, I don't mind, I only bring this up because it may suggest that I was shipped a faulty gun, whether on accident or assumed functional.
This is not a complaint, just my thorough experience with the gun thus far, before I decide what to do with it.