Things I liked:This pistol is not modeled on any one real steel weapon, but instead combines elements of several. The mag release is similar to a Walther/H&K, the fixed barrel and the "half slide/fixed barrel" looks like a Desert Eagle. The open top slide has a Beretta look and the safety is like the safety on my Walther PSS. Mixed together they make an interesting pistol with art deco lines,
The pistol cocks very easily and is very quiet. It has functioned perfectly so far. It has a functioning slide lock/release that is metal, which was a surprise. It will group within 3-4 inches at 21 feet. At 50 feet I was hitting a torso sized target about seven times out of 12. Things I would have changed:The sights are a large triangle in front and a shallow "u" in the rear. The sights are not especially fast to acquire and not very precise. The grip is much larger than it needs to be and is a little large for my hand. The trigger is too short and combined with the large grip makes it difficult to get a good trigger pull.
The manual is the strangest manual I have seen. It looks like a manual designed by people who either hate or are afraid of guns. The illustrations look nothing like the gun and show only a vague gun shape. It is more of a cartoon than a manual.
Last, I'd leave the glasses out and drop the price accordingly. What others should know:This pistol is rated down by me because of the the large grip/small trigger. Other than that this pistol is what airsoft guns are about, it's fun. It's unique without looking cobbled together. I've wondered why airsoft companies don't bring out more guns based on movie/novel guns, or at least pistols like this that are not based on a real weapon.