none are needed, but the brass barrel would be nice
Is almost a little too light...
Well i had a review up here for awhile when i initially bought it and i never changed it to reflect what happened. Basically it was shooting fine until one day the front screw on the trigger frame just stripped right out. It was the threaded brass piece that the screw goes into. It just popped right out of the plastic it was sunk into. So that sucked, then it had a hard time cocking. Then i noticed the sear had chipped because it was made out of delrin. Unimpressive. When it worked it rocked, it broke way too easily and was only used in simple normal rec play. I like the adjustable velocity and the lack of wieght, but when it comes down to it, i want a gun i can use for more than a few months. Goodluck finding one now as they arent made too.
Good gun when it works as intended. Great gun to screw around with, wouldnt recommend to anyone though. A pgp is a much better choice.
6 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, May 17th, 2006 at 7:42 pm PST