"great gun for the price; the silencer does actually sillence the gun. it has a small problem that if u load up the gun all the way, sometimes the mag spring katchythingy
catches on the indent thingy, so then the mag dosent go up and load the gun and it dry fires. that is suposed happen to make it easier to load but it also happens in this incedent. overall very realistic and comfertable; acurate with .2g bbs, accept 1 out of 4 shots goes whizzing off to the left or right.
"For 5$ its a nice looking pistol. Great for a prop or cosplay!
As for performance, not so much. there is no range to speak of, it didn't feed and the one time it did the bb got stuck and when the "bolt" hit it it split the gun in half.
If your looking for a prop this is great, just don't expect to get and back yard skirmishes out of it.
"The other review for this gun is a joke. Here’s a serious review, to compensate.
Note: This gun showed up in an unlabeled plastic bag. It had no manual and its fake-o optic was just randomly lying around inside the box. Not sure if this was unique, or standard procedure.
As an overview, I would legitimately refer to this gun as the first “spring smg” I’ve ever seen. While that name is confusing, given the single shot nature of the gun, every property it has is halfway between a spring pistol and a spring rifle.
This is a blessing, because I highly advise not investing in a full-size spring rifle, unless it’s a high-powered spring sniper. Spring rifles are only of use in plinking. This gun, however, has some potential in key situations.
Quirk: Sometimes double feeds, but without major repercussions, aside from a drop in velocity. You can also cock the gun repeatedly, however, and manually increase how many shots it fires. Give it 2 or 3, MAYBE 4 pumps, and it turns into an easy to use spring shotgun, with an actual pellet spread. Good for CQB room clearing.
For 9$, this is a better spring shotgun than an actual spring shotgun I bought years ago. Would highly consider bringing to CQB for use as a shotgun. Gun’s a ton of fun, too!
-Easy to cock, given its power rating. Mock suppressor gives you good mechanical advantage.
-Magazine resevoir holds a good dose of spare BB’s, without making the mag a winding-based high cap.
-Fast loading magazine, given its wide feed area. Also has a pronounced follower tab, a follower nook, and a loading tab for dropping BB’s in.
-Not exceptionally inaccurate. Not particularly accurate.
-Solid ballistics, in terms of power and velocity. Use it with 0.12’s only.
-Surprisingly comfortable in the hand.
-Very lightweight plastic, some of the flimsiest I’ve ever held. Don’t slam this against anything and you’ll probably be fine, however.
-No hop up. Limited to, at most, medium range.
-Sights are absolute trash. Incredibly hard to work with.
-Fake-o optic is utter trash, as expected.
-Top rail is actually real, surprisingly. However, the irons make it less accessible, and it’s still a flinsy, plastic rail.
-Mag release is WAY too sensitive. It is extremely easy to bump this while cocking the gun. Keep your fingers miles away from the mag release when cocking this gun.
-Only loads 14 bb’s in the active section of the magazine.