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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By DAVID from USA on 2011-02-07 10:54:46Things I liked:I like the manly size of this gun and its replication of the real steel. It is heavy and feels real with kick back. You will want some extended mags if you plan on using the full auto which is nice. My son is a sniper and uses it for close engagement. He has been getting more hits with this than the sniper rifle.
Things I would have changed:I would keep more in stock. I would stock extra magazines (regular and extended). I would make sure that Co2 mags and gas mags can be used. Co2 for outdoors and 134a in gas mags for indoor courses that are restricted to 300fps.
What others should know:Extra magazines are hard to find. Had to order mine from overseas. Gas magazines fit this gun but I am not sure if it would mess the gun up. Would be nice to know.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
By Terrance from USA on 2013-11-08 16:05:20Things I liked:This is a very sturdy gun. when I got it I went full-auto and boy is it a blast. I also own the .177 desert eagle and with a 70$ difference this one is the champ.
Things I would have changed:I would make a clip that holds 40 rounds or so. Other than that I cant complain.
What others should know:I did a lot of research on this gun and saw a lot of videos and people say you can field strip this gun and that is true. But there is a little hex screw on the underside of the slide. And if like me you manage to strip the gun without noticing this screw you will not be able the reassemble the gun with out removing the screw and then putting the gun back together and then replacing the screw. This screw sets the trigger so the gun can fire in simi or full auto. Also this gun eats air and bb's so be sure to stock.