- For the Price, Not Bad at All
I'll make this brief as I only had this for month since I borrowed it. It shoots well from what I've experienced with both 0.12's and 0.20's. Of course, using 0.20 bbs's means less, almost zero actually, interference with windage and elevation.
Accurate up to 65 feet(travels straight until 65, then starts to go down, but it will reach the listed 80-90 feet. It'll just end up hitting the persons/targets leg instead of torso.
Decent fps for a springer
Working functions like the grip safety and selector switch
Durable(metal) and working foldout stock
Plastic mostly except small metal parts like the trigger, selector switch, mag release, charging handle, and stock tube
READ> Low fps(only if you are having a war with this and shooting through leaves and stuff does this really matter. But for backyard plinking and fun(what springers except snipers, shotguns, and select pistols are made for), it's very nice and no problem)
<^>*VERY IMPORTANT*<^> DO NOT COCK THE GUN TOO HARD. It has broken on me but I managed to fix it with some engineering sense.(Yes it wasn't a simple fix, it involved melting the plastics back together. So yeah.)
For the price, it's a fun and interesting gun to add to the collection if you aren't willing to buy the electric or gas Uzi's but want one anyway. Just requires more than an average amount of care and maintenance.
Thank you for reading this, I hope it helped you in your purchasing decision.