"I had gotten this rifle pre-owned, however it was never even used. It was just opened and returned.
When I got it in the mail today and opened the box, it was kinda jumbled and disorganized. By that I mean, the magazine was with the strap, and the a-wrench's where kind of just thrown in there, but I assume this is because they did not have there original packaging so during shipment they moved around.
Here is my list of pros and cons
Easy access hopup knob
New designed magazines(solid metal and very durable)
built in strap rings.(solid and made into the gun, not the ones that flap around.)
Fairly easy pull back
Decently long gun. (I'm 6'5 and its at my upper hip bone)
Safety switch is in a great location
Nice full metal bipod that I have no intention of replacing.
Fully adjustable cheekpad.
Rubber butt padding is comfortable.
FPS is actually 380 out of the muzzle(told in the description clocked by one of megastores own techs. Which I intend to upgrade with a new spring and a TBB 6.01.
It has a polymer body not metal.(But it still feels extremely durable, not cheap plastic.)
No scope(bought the 3x-9x 50mm scope)
This is by far a great gun to have. It has a good fps, good weight and is extremely durable. Like I mentioned I was doing. If you want to get this gun past 400 fps, get a 6.01 mm barrel, and a m170 spring that is compatible.
So 4/5 for not having full metal, and a deceiving fps reading."