"The gun is nice, it's very accurate and shoots quite far. I recommend .20 gram BB's. The attachments, however I didn't like. The "dot" sight is actually a "+" sign, and I find it hard to use. It always seems to be out of alignment. I've also had trouble getting the battery to stay in its place, so the reticle would flicker at times, and sometimes it would just turn off, and I have to take out the battery and put it back in. I even bought another to see if it would be any better, but no difference. Needless to say, I don't use the sight it came with. The foregrip at first made the gun a lot easier to use. But during my first game with the gun, it snapped the bottom rail right off. I put a spare rail I had lying around on it and tried again, but when I accidentally dropped the gun in the grass, it had again snapped the bottom rail off. Do not use a foregrip! The supressor is a nice addition, but because they added holes to the tip of it, it looks more lile a barrel extension. It still looks nice, so I use it. The flashlight it came with is, sadly, also poorly made. It flickers on and off and is not bright at all. For that reason, I don't have a reason to use the extra front rail it came with. One last problem woth the gun, is actually just the clip. It never loads the last 4-5 BB's. I may make the gun look bad, but it's gotta be one of the best, if not THE best, spring rifles out there for under $50. Good buy, but I suggest saving yourself a few extra bucks and get the version without the attachments."