"It is an abs stock, with metal barrel. The craftsmanship is absolutely terrible: the paint chips, my flash hider was welded on crooked, plastic had marks in it, etc. However that does not affect performance. If you use good quality bb's (not Crosman or other cheap bb's), this gun is pretty accurate and consistent without any upgrades within 100-150 feet. A common problem with this gun is the bb tends to curve right, no matter what the weight of the bb. It does consistently shoot right at least, with an occasional bb that randomly goes off target. I haven't fixed this yet but if you upgrade some of the internals it might fix this. I think the hop up causes the problem. With scope and bipod mine weighs about 7-8 lbs. the sling it comes with works, but it’s not great. This gun is a little loud, but nothing like an AEG. The mag holds 30 but you can get a total of 31 in the gun. Shots within 50 feet on bare skin leave scars, and the furthest target I’ve hit was at least 250 feet away with .20 bb’s, stock internals. (heavier and good quality bb’s more accurate) It has never jammed on me, and I’ve owned it for almost 2 years. I’ve even loaded 3 or 4 bb’s at a time and used it as a shotgun at close range. I haven’t upgraded it yet but I’ve seen videos of upgraded and modified versions of this gun and they are unstoppable. Even the stock gun is reliable and can a force to be reckoned with, even with the right curve. I’ve let my friend use my gun and hide in the woods while I try to find him with a pistol. It’s absolutely terrifying not knowing where the shots come from as they wiz by an inch away from your ear."