Things I liked:They are as accurate as any other .2 pellet on the market, very high quality, etc. Things I would have changed:Maybe a pourspout type of bottle... but that's completely insignificant considering I'm reviewing pellets not bottles. Also, the company sounds like a Swiss airline lol. What others should know:It doesn't clearly say "biodegradeable"... but what you'll notice between these and other Air Venturi bb's is that these have a green lable. Also, they don't seem biodegradeable, but that's the point. These pellets are so high-quality you can't tell the difference between these and other hi-quality ultra accurate high-bio pellets. But believe me, biodegradeable pellets do disappear (or at least turn into a harmless, fine white powder that can--according to some rumors--fertalize soil)
Things I liked:Extremely inexpensive, great power for money, pretty easy to cock, good accuracy, sights are large and easy to use, and the fake silencer is a nice addition, being made out of metal instead of abs. I also liked how the magazine is metal as well, adding a nice weight to the gun that you won't find in other guns (it also helps to steady your shot), while not off balancing the gun or making it a pain to carry. Also an extremely large magazine for a spring gun. Also, this gun has every single marking knob and lever finger rest wtf-is-that-thing that the real gun has, even if it doesn't do anything. Things I would have changed:It is slightly on the large side, almost as big as the Desert Eagle (it won't fit in my Swiss Arms holster either). It also does curve up a bit (they could fix that by making a kind of simplified hop up system with just 2 settings... one tweaked for .2's and another for .12's, just like the Marui springers have hop-up fixed for .12's., although that would be a bit overkill and it's still a accurate and goes straight after you've had it for a while and emptied the mag about 40 times... it doesn't take that long actually). Also, it's a bit of a hard cock, but nothing some lube can't fix. No other complaints. What others should know:BOTTOM LINE--
The best gun for this price, period. My first gun and STRONGLY reccommended for any beginner or anyone looking for a good reliable spring pistol as a sidearm for a sniper rifle or AEG or anyone just looking for a fun gun to play around with.
Note: I am rating this not on the broader spectrum of all guns, but compared to all the other guns in the "Spring Pistol" Category.
Things I liked:The bottom weaver rail is an awesome addition for almost any laser, flashlight, etc. The gun is amazingly accurate, hitting a quarter at over 100 feet (at least, without human error). It has an incredibly solid and weighty feel, making you think you're holding the real thing, and the hand grip feels like it was molded out of plastic specifically to sit perfectly in your hand. Everything is seamless, from the insertion of the magazine to firing the C02. This gun is a bit louder than others, and I love the sharp, loud *crack* sound that the discharge makes, even if it's a tactical disadvantage. Putting in the CO2 is no problem, and the gun doesn't leak much in the process. Overall this gun is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. Things I would have changed:The trigger is a bit stiff and your hand has a tendency to twitch a bit, but that's just a little minor thing. No serious problems at all in this gun. What others should know:This is the best pistol you can get for $40... forget the GBB M92s, and the Caspian might look cooler but its not the same gun, even if it's a 1911. This is the best buy.