"Its a pretty decent gun. I would consider this a gun for those who like upgrading or want to make a project out of with a bullpup rifle. The gearbox needs to be shimmed and obviously replace the nozzle, cause I noticed this uses a very odd version of it compared to the JG military AUG. So replace it with something you might want, since I can't really give any suggestions since a lot of after market AEG nozzles are pretty good so go for what you think gives it some good specs.
The Progressive Trigger system is very functional for me. Those who say the semi-auto broke on them is most likely due to one of the contacts that help operate it to connect with the semi auto mode on the gearbox. Remember to always check your gun inside and out and check for any wear and tear or loose parts that may occur after a game guys. These aren't invincible weapons and anything is susceptible to wear and tear.
The barrel is a pretty standard barrel for an AUG. Its not loose, in fact a bit tight when doing the quick barrel disassembly feature on the AEG. If you have a loose barrel, check if you properly latched the AEG's barrel after reassembly.
The Rail system is sturdy and stable. Mounts most 1913 rail clamping optics. Doesn't come with iron sights so be sure to get some or some kind of optic on it.
The gun might be a slightly over most CQB Arena limits. If you're a woodland player then you might need a m120 spring then.
And no it does not fit m4 or magpul mags like the MSAR STG-556 AKA the NATO AUG.
-Fiber Reinforced Polymer Body [To my surprise]
-Upper receiver and rail are made of an aluminum alloy of some kind
-Pretty good accuracy
-Very lightweight, easily flickable for target acquisitions
-Plenty of sling mounts.
-Hop-Up is quite responsive for a wheel and may compete with the AK's Line Hop-Up.
-Somewhat middle ground FPS between CQB and Woodland fields. Might need to change the spring.
-The foregrip is a bit worrisome, but most AEG AUGs suffer this... Its sturdy, but just don't jam it with a lot of force.
-You gotta upgrade the Gearbox folks... Might be a pro to project peeps or people who want a low priced gun they'll just upgrade anyway.
-Try not to abuse the charging handle folks. It is sturdy, but its not invincible. Only use it for hop-up adjustment.
People, the guy below obviously abused the hell out of his gun and expected quality of a KWA from a budget gun. This is a gun you want to upgrade a bit if you don't want to spend the big bucks on higher end AEGs. This is a gun that works "good enough" out of the box and is meant to be upgraded. Also his generalization "recommend staying away from bullpup airsoft rifles" pretty closed minded since we all know the G&G F2000, JG Military AUG, and the Tavors and Magpul PDR-C are doing pretty well."