"This weapon is touted as specs indicate as being a KWA killer, it is not.
Don't get me wrong, it's not a BAD gun by any stretch, but none of these reviews are truly honest enough.
FACTS THAT A LOT OF YOU SHOULD KNOW.
The battery is a 9.6v mini.
It comes with a sling.
The carrying handle/rear sight is removable
Everything besides the stock and pistol grip are metal.
The AN/PEQ7 "the laser light box thing" at the front feels pretty cheap, and is plastic.
It's a good gun. According to the specs it should shoot better than say... an ECHO 1 CPM.
It does not, grouping is a lot wider, I would expect a tighter grouping from a tightbore barrel, I do not believe it comes with one, but I didn't measure. Grouping at 50 ft was about 10" in diameter, and all over the place, mostly high due to hop.
FPS was not measured, my chrono is down, but it DOES NOT shoot harder than my ECHO 1 CPW (You read right, I own a CPW and a CPM from ECHO 1. It probably shoots on par with the CPM which chrono'd at 365 with .20s.
The motor gets HOT.
The wires are stiff copper with stiff vinyl insulation, not the nice squishy silicone stuff.
Everything was very solid, maybe 1 loose screw from the factory, but no other problems really.
Good weight, not realistic weight as a real M4 weighs a bit more, but the weight would be great from someone with less strength, female, or youth.
Ran 6 mags through it 300-600 rd types of all companies, JG, G&G, Metaltac and TM, not a single jam or misfeed.
Weapon sounds crisp, but not "menacing" by any stretch.
In short, it's a good gun, but if you're looking to elevate your game for long range, harder shots, and overall performance I would just drop the money on an ECHO 1 CPW (AK47) and if you're looking at it for CQB/CQC I would strongly suggest an ECHO 1 CPM (AK74un).
-Don't spend needless money just because the good guys in "cowadooty" use M4s/M16s.
-Experience 4 months airsofting, attended Advanced Infantry Training for the US Army, and 4+ years as an electronics technician, specializing in comms and microminiature electronics for the US Navy.
-I know what I'm talking about."