Things I liked:The accuracy of this piece both historically and when actually shooting is remarkable for a pistol. it can hit a can off of a ledge about 60 feet out from an experienced shooter. Another thing that is amazing about this piece is that it has a ton of endurance. I bought this piece last year in June, after school let out, and used it all throughout the summer and then lost it before the great snow storm hit Pennsylvania. 3 feet of snow buried this particular pistol, and all sorts of bugs and spiders made this pistol their home. I cleaned out the rust infested pistol (the metal nuts on the grips and the barrel began to show wear and tear after 3 months of being buried in snow), and the thing still fires just as hard and accurate as when it came out of the package. This pistol i firmly believe is the best one for the money on the market. It shoots atleast 330 FPS in my opinion and hurls a .20 grain BB 70 feet accurately. But once again, to get good range on it, you have to be an experienced shooter to get good hits.
Things I would have changed:The magazine could use some extra capacity. Other than that, nothing.
What others should know:The safety is annoying until you get used to it. Disassembling it is easy and quick and so is cleaning and field stripping. BUY THIS GUN. YOU WILL NOT REGRET IT.
Things I liked:A cheap buy
Things I would have changed:Bought as a birthday gift for my brother.. feels pretty cheap, and the magazine tends to spray a load into the handle if you don't slam it in quick. I would not reccomend, personally.
Things I liked:I own this pistol. It is one of the first guns I bought when first getting into Airsoft, before buying gas blowbacks and AEGs. It's a great bargain.
What others should know:My Tanfoglio likes brand new BBs. Unlike my springer 1911s and 92F, it jams regularly if I try to re-use sticky target rounds. Also, mine shoots quite a bit over the point-of-aim at 15' (I haven't used it for anything but indoor target practice).