ccm no rise clamping feed neck, the feed neck is its main weekness.
Super light, super accurate, super fast, very low profile, never chops. Low profile, balanced, comfortable.
Hard to clean, have to brake in regs, bad efficiency at first.
i really like this marker, it compares to nothin i have shot before. it is very basi c and easy to use. the stock bored has 2 firing modes, semi and semi with not pds. nice and simple. it looks nice and performes just as well. with stock barrel it will shoot exactly were you point it. but i would recomend a new arrel because the 12 stock looks kind of funny and it is hard to wrap air bunkers with. the trigger is very ajustable and is very easy to ajust. it is a four point ajustable and the screws should always be lock down with locktite blue. the microswitch is pretty heavy. a good up grade would be the nox board, it has ramping and a more sinsetive switch. the stock feed neck is OK. it is great for halos but if you have anything differet i would recomend getting a ccm no rise claming feed neck, or just get a halo, they are the best hopper for the freestyle because they keep the marker very balenced. the marker takes a little while to get broken in, maybe 4 to 7 cases. i would recomend that you have it tuned when you buy it by a local airsmith unless you are patient and have had expience with working on markers. the fsdo ( first shot drop off) is pretty bad on this marker, there is something to do about it but i havent done it yet. getting the nox helps a lot, or just getting the nox softwear on the stock board. the drop occers when you turn on the marker, there is one shot of drop, then shoot it a few times and it will all go away.
I would highly recomend this marker, it performes as well as markers that cost $800 more, timmies, matrixs, e-cockers, and everything else. For its price it blows everything out of the water. I recomend it because it is a great marker out of the box but it is also highly upgradeable.