front grip=piece of junk
bolt gets dirty
co2 tank impedes sight
bolts= rusty junk
i am in love with it. i have used a 'spyder compact,' a 'JT whatever-the-bone-they-are's,' and an old pump shotgun-looking deal.
the tip has proven to be the best of these. plus it keeps constant enough to keep up with my friends more modified '32 degrees,' and standard tpmn A-5; while playing "back yard" ball. i have yet to play with it at an open field.
the feature that drew me to the gun is its tank like strength and micheal jackson like ability to be customized. its durable enough to roll around in the dirt with not worrying about plastic or metal breaking; with the exception of the front grip, the material of the gun is quite thick.
however, the two-hand design makes it hard for me to hold it while peering around a tree; if you use the tank for a stock, it makes the distance between eye and sight uncomfortably far; and the bolts, mine rust, and it bothers me.
i did not find the weight to be an issue, and any forward imbalance was corrected by my 20oz tank.
also, the barrel is poopy after fifty feet or so, but it stays consistent at shorter range - no matter how fast i fire.
durable, customizable, and sleek style make for great fun.
i bought the gun to last me a while, and so far it is fairing well [except the bolts].
ooh! ooh! almost forgot, it has never miss fired. so far, the ball is always set by the time the bolt sets.