"great gun for the price and size.
Pros. good rof, solid feel, heavy duty polymer body
Cons. mag loose(put electrical tape around the top)
"Nice little gun. It is awsome for CQB because of the short length, very enjoyable to use although it is a bit heavy if you try to one hand it lol.
short for cqb
decent rate of fire
a bit heavy for length(not much of a problem)
hop up is very sensitive(small adjustment makes huge difference in hop)
shots way to hot for most CQB places(mine chronoed 390 with .20s)-just by a spring to lower the fps
range is lacking but it is perfect for CQB
Overall very nice CQB gun, would not recommend for field use due to very short range.
"Good gun overall, but it appears I lucked out and got a defective model. Slightly defective, I should clarify. I love this thing's aesthetics, and I love how compact and light it is for CQB.
Defect: The charging handle and ejection port cover that cover the hop up unit are supposed to move with some degree of friendliness and have a spring that bounces it back into place, if you drop the charging handle from its locked recess. Nope. Mine is absolutely pain to pull back, as in it takes multiple shifts of yanking on the thing, and right from the get go, the spring either isn't in there (someone goofed) or is so mal-placed it can't even return a couple mm of progress on the charging handle. I'm deeply disappointed in JG, but having bought their other hardware, I have to acknowledge I've probably just gotten unlucky.
Should yours be similarly defective, remember that you can press the ejection port cover doodad forward manually using your thumb, since it is a non-slippery polymer. If it doesn't go initially, use some pliers to get it started, but do so carefully, as the cover is indeed polymer.
-Extremely small package. I love it.
-Battery storage is actually pretty thought out, convenient, and relatively stealthy.
-Comes with NiMH battery and an okay charger for it. I'd still recommend using your own if you have one.
-Adjustable hopup, 4 position rear sight, and comes with upper and lower aluminum rails.
-Very comfy fire selector, comparable to an M4.
-Nifty hybrid mag release that allows for right index finger button press (a la M4), or a magazine paddle (like an AK). The redundancy is actually kind of nice, should one not be your flavor.
-Awesome aesthetics, and good comfort.
-One of the 4 positions on the rear sight changes from aperture to ghost rings, like a G3 or MP5's sights would. I absolutely love this since I'm more a pistol sights sort of guy.
-High quality, but minimal capacity, JG mag. This is standard fair. Comes with a butterfly winding crank, which is god tier.
-Has metal bits in addition to actual polymer (but not particularly high quality polymer) vs your cheapo ABS most plastic guns use.
-Rocking mags in is kinda weird with a straightmag design.
-High cap doesn't load lots of BB's at once before needing winding.
-G3 magazines are a pain in the butt to find. *Do not buy kings arms midcaps*! They will not work in this gun. The tab that engages the magazine catch is too short, and slightly different in shape.
-More polymer than similar or lesser price point JG guns. Not sure why.
-Back iron is a little loose for choosing each of its 4 positions. It'll stay there just barely, but I feel like it might change on accident one day, just once or twice.