"Very impressed with this gun. I did not order from this site because it was out of order at the moment but do not let that keep you from buying this. It comes in clear hard plastic like you would find it hanging in a retail store. It comes with a 30 day warranty from Umarex USA, which is awesome. It also comes with a basic manual and small pack of cheap BBs. The gun itself is very well made. It has a nice metal slide with full trades and white-dot three-post pistol sights. It does sound hollow when racking the slide, but when the CO2 is blasting, it's better. The kick isn't the hardest ever, but it's not exactly light; this pistol packs a mean punch. Accuracy was surprisingly subpar on my gun. I don't know if it's the gun or just mine, but my shots are all over the place at 30-40 feet. I have better accuracy with a spring pistol. The FPS on this gun is as they claim about 380-400FPS on a fresh cartridge. However once you shoot a few, it drops to about 330-360. Not exactly CQB legal, maybe field. The lower frame is made of some durable polymer. It doesn't feel like cheap plastic like other pistols. The pistol grip is molded well and fits my smaller hands well. The trigger has a remarkably long trigger pull(it is the DAO or double action only version). It's got a rail for mounting lasers or flashlights in the front. The detachable metal magazine feeds well and holds 15 rounds but the baseplate actually fell apart when I dropped it. The glue was probably worn so I just superglued it back together. There's not real way to field strip this gun, and I'm not comfortable in taking it apart on my own. This concerns me because gas guns need lube. It does come well-lubed from the factory, but I don't know where I'm going to lube it. The gun is pretty well on CO2 consumption. I got about 12-14 mags from each CO2 container. Good gun, would recommend it.
-powerful(can be con)
-well-made and durable
-full metal (slide, slide lock, trigger, mag release, mag, internals)
-efficient on CO2
-no parts breakdown/field strip
-long trigger pull"