"Prior to gloating about how terrific of a purchase this is, I'd first like to be critical seeing as people reading these reviews are considering the rifle themselves.
If I can offer any advice at all, take everything (in this case every review - mine included) with a grain of salt. Some people have a habit of unboxing a great gun and giving an all too common "spur of the moment review". I've had this rifle for nearly a year now so I figured I knew enough to have obtained a helpful input.
Some reviews of this gun are widely exaggerated. Few, if any stock let alone most custom airsoft rifles can accurately shoot 200 ft. Honestly, I just don't think people who make these wild claims can tell the difference between 50 and 100ft. Regardless, this gun does have quality FPS, range, and accuracy especially considering it is "stock" (a KWA 'stock' airsoft gun obviously holds much higher standards than your typical 'stock' rifle). With no modifications, this rifle can *effectively* reach distances of 125-150ft. While it can certainly shoot a great distance, you drastically lose accuracy and bb velocity after these distances which deems it ineffective at anything over 150ft. Some may look at this and think, "well the $75 Ak-47 model at Dick's Sporting Goods reads that it shoots 150ft"... Yes, this may be "true" but the key word is effective. The overall efficacy of an airsoft rifle's range is determined by its maintained velocity, bb drop, and cluster. Anyone who's played a game of airsoft knows what the "floaters" look like: the bbs still traveling a distance but with virtually no 'umph' behind them to hit targets enough so they can call their hit. The Sr10 stock can reach 125ft in an incredibly tight grouping and with very consistent velocity. This applies to both semi and fully automatic firing modes.
Quite note on firing modes: I rarely if ever use full automatic because the trigger response and fire rate of this rifle is so great on semi, but if you're a "spray-and-pray" kind of demon, then this can absolutely provide you with a hell of a good time.
The rifle has a nice weight and feel to it, so much so that you can quickly become immersed in your field of play. While this rifle does have a considerable range/accuracy and could certainly support a DMR role (though I personally feel airsoft DMRs are more for enthusiasts than pose any real game-play advantages), the Sr10 does hold this capability. It is important to note is that this rifle will without a doubt become your "Go-To-Gun" for outdoor gameplay. While CQB and indoors can certainly be considered with the Sr10 due to its incredible versatility, the full-metal build, weight, and length may slow you down (just something to consider).
Honestly, just slap on a $40-60 optic (preferable 1X red dot, but this is one of the few stock airsoft AEG's that can effectively be used with a magnified site should you so choose) and you're ready to go. Indoors, outdoors, cold or hot, you name it, the Sr10 can do it. It's unimaginably reliable. Using it never gets old and due to its M4/M16 Rail Integrated System, its customization is practically limitless.
While most find any "M4 builds" somewhat cliche, you can't help but admire the sheer variety of custom builds.
This gun truly has no cons; mind you, I say this as a person who is constantly searching for flaws or down right expecting them as few things, if any at all, are perfect. However, the KWA Sr10 is exceptional. If you're considering this rifle and another rifle of similar make but are only caught in dilemma because of price skepticism, look no further.
I would recommend this rifle."