Things I liked:Rate of fire; fps; accuracy; realistic build. Looks and feels exactly like the Galil I fired in my Army weapons training. Things I would have changed:The charging handle rubs against the battery. The handle itself is screwed in so that if you pull it back, it unscrews. A lock washer fixes it. But, when you pull it to get to the hop-up, the top receiver cover comes off, exposing the battery. It was a bad idea making the spring for the charging handle and the top cover release one and the same. What others should know:Other than above caveats, it's a great airsoft weapon!
Things I liked:Outstanding fps, great capacity, solid heft, easy battery installation. Nuthin' like the Chicago Typewriter to let folks know ya mean business...and business is good! Things I would have changed:It is not an M1928 - it is an M1A1 with the furniture of the '28. The '28 had the bolt handle on the top. And wood would perfect it, but the ABS plastic is still solid, and saves on weight. What others should know:Yeah - you better pay up. Too bad if anything was to happen to ya...
Things I liked:Three BB's per shot. Things I would have changed:Loss of power when firing three BB's. I'd like to see a velocity of 400 fps on three-round shot/burst. Also, make the damn thing out of metal and wood, not PLASTIC! What others should know:A name brand like Walther should concentrate on quality.
Things I liked:Love the increased accuracy. Things I would have changed:The widemouth jar. I prefer a pouring spout or narrower neck. What others should know:I can't think of anything; great value for the money!
Things I liked:Like them better than the hi-cap that came with my Magpul Masada ACR. More realistic, feed well, don't have window to show inner workings. Floorplate comes off to accept Magpul Ranger floorplates. Things I would have changed:Nothing. What others should know:I'm gonna buy more.
Things I liked:Looks and works like a real GSG-92. Things I would have changed:No speedloader included. No catch for magazine follower - you have to hold follower down and load bb's one by one. What others should know:It does not fire bb's reliably. I've had it fire short bursts, as well as not fire, with bb's falling out of the barrel. See above.
Things I liked:Everything. Wood stock is beautiful, phenomenal muzzle velocity (1400+ fps w/alloy pellets). Super scope w/AO for parallax. Things I would have changed:Nothing. What others should know:Breakbarrel takes a bit of effort. Not an airgun for youngsters; teenagers that are fairly strong in the upper body could handle it.
Things I liked:Absolutely everything. This is the most realistic weapon in my airsoft collection! It also has the highest rate of fire (with a 9.6v bat) of all my selective-fire weapons. And with a 400+ fps muzzle velocity, I couldn't be happier. My opponents aren't, though... Things I would have changed:The Federal law concerning the blaze orange muzzle caps. What others should know:No.
Things I liked:Damn, these things are loud! My neighbors hate me. Things I would have changed:Nothing. What others should know:Great addition to battlefield realism. Great training aid for cqb - or anybody else who uses grenades!