"FAR from the "best gun ever omg". BUT not a BAD gun...
These are the pros /cons
-Decent rate of fire with 8.4v battery, long battery life
-it just gets the job done.
-Extending stock is good quality
-mine did not come with tac light so no opinion on that.
-Grip is low quality hard plastic but firm, works.
-The design seems... off.... it does not feel or look like a real gun to me...
-HEAVY! Especially with that damn box mag, lugging this thing around for many hours on end gets tedious...the whole thing just seems clunky, not very cqb orriented.
-The red dot it comes with sucks! Mine may have been defective, but the battery started dying in under 3 hours of use every time! If it gets even the tiniest amount of moisture from rain, you pay the consequences! + its fugly
-Impossible to get the rail perfectly aligned to 45,90 135, 180 degree angles, many not be an issue to some.
-Fps was a consistent 407 with .20bbs. 407 for a "CQB" weapon is a joke, good luck getting into most facilities with that. Not to hard to avoid the chronograph where i go luckily. If power is a plus, then this may be a decent choice.
-Good luck getting that fake silencer ( which is metal) off the barrel without some serious working
-Mags would not stay in gun,i would be in the middle of firing and they would just drop out... really gotta jam the thing in there for insurance.
Summary: Do not get if your young and weak. If you can handle some extra weight and more $upgrades then consider it. Get the version that DOES NOT come with the box mag/ red dot sight - they are junk and are the equivalent to $60 down the drain. Id recommend getting a high quality holographic sight, a flip up front sight ( this gun comes with no front sights -.-) a better sling, possibly a magpul slanted grip (my preference), and of course a slightly weaker spring.
Ive since sold mine because i didnt not like the aesthetics at all, it may appeal to others though. 3/5"