"The slide is not metal, nor should it sway you. Parts that do matter; the trigger, safety, and slidelock are metal. It's made in Korea, which I trust more.
It's sturdy for a plastic gun, and the slidelock is neat. Parts encounter much friction. Use some paintball gun lube.Well Mags; 14 in the chute, and 100 in the back.
.12g BBs are unreliable. Can shoot .2g BBs fairly well, but I don't have anymore. So I can't test this.
BEWARE THE BREACH! It keeps pinching my fingers. Safety is a tiny dial, but you get used to it.
As for accuracy, 12s always miss, and I don't have anymore 2s.
Barrel is plastic, but being short, it works fine. It's okay for a cheap gun. Read the manual first! I broke the hop-up monkeying it. The handle feels great; very ergonomically designed-a true Walther Licensed copy. Also, it has a "cocked" indicator in the back; a red dot that sticks out when the spring is charged. No more accidental discharges. DON'T LET THE SLIDE FLY. You lose the BB. Hope that helps."