Rocking trigger frame
Almost no chopping
The frame and body are sturdy but prone to scratches, the anodizing gives away somewhat easily. On the other hand, impressive durability. The ones i used were from a rental field and they were working fine even after some 400 games since they were bought and were badly scratched, but still working well.
The stock drop forward gives the gun a nice balance and is comfortable to handle. Trigger pull is a bit too long but it's pretty easy. The bolt is smooth and effortless to pull. The rate of fire is as good as any mechanical marker, maybe 4 balls per second with a gravity loader. The stock feed neck is too high, the loader/hopper sits too high up on the marker. The stock 8 inch barrel wasn't very accurate at all, 10 ball groupings of 12 inches with the 8inch barrel, 10 ball groupings of 3 inches with a 12 inch barrel (with the gun fixed on a tripod). Otherwise i was impressed with the durability and the gun itself.
Nice and cheap, perfect gun for beginners and occasional players that don't want to spend hundreds of dollars to play once a month. If you plan to own one, better off getting a cheap barrel for it.