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Things I liked:Nice look, very heavy, looks like the real mecoy. Decent firepower and range.
Things I would have changed:Reliability is in the toilet. I had to replace the magazine after about 3 weeks of using, because the co2 magazine kept leaking. Then, after 1 week of replacing it, the 2nd magazine started to leak, however it still worked. Then a few days later, the firing mechanism broke, and it would not fire anymore while the magazine was in it, I stripped it down, tried to figure out what to do, and came to the conclussion that it was unfixable. I know you're probably loving the way it looks, and can picture yourself using it, and taking it to all kinds of places. But hied my advice, this gun will screw you over. It is made in Taiwan, and there is no proper return policy unless you want to spend 80 dollars. It's magazine sucks, it's reliability is terrible, and it's not as impressive as it sounds. If I were you, I would look into electric, or at least a different co2 pistol, as this one will only work for a short time before you find yourself thinking.. what a waste of money..
Things I liked:Heavy duty, CO2 is overall better power system for pistol, and holds reasonable amount of ammo.
Things I would have changed:The feed at the top of the magazine is made of plastic and can be damaged when feed spring is discharged with no ammo. Be careful when loading magazine to hold down the spring properly. If any changes could be made it would be nice to see the feed made out of metal.
What others should know:My only concern is I have not had my magazines for over a year yet, I hope to not see any change in consistency or power after a years amount of use.
Things I liked:Goods fit and finish. Easy to use beter FPS than green gas
Things I would have changed:Nothing
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Compatible with M9A1 22rd CO2 Magazine by KJ Works