Things I liked:As others have said, it's very similar to the real Mak. I especially like the trigger which is fairly close to the double action pull of my Mak. It's great trigger practice. It has a steel magazine which I find easy to load once I got the hang of it. Accuracy is good, given that it is smoothbore and I would say accurate to 7 or 8 yards. Things I would have changed:Not much you can change and still be authentic. What others should know:It's a Mak practice gun. Good way to practice your Mak techniques. It's not blowback, which means there should be fewer moving parts to break down, you get greater velocity and more shots from your C02.
Things I liked:Superb accuracy, easy cocking, terrific trigger, quiet, easy to mount a peep sight or scope, What others should know:I've had this gun for nearly 10 years. Other than a small nick in the stock that I caused, she's still as pretty as when I first got her. She holds up well. I've used the original iron sights, a Williams peep sight and a Tactedge scope. All work well but this gun deserves a scope. All in all my favorite of all my airguns.