- The wire guard on the outside of the gearbox is made of very thin and cheap metal. It bends very easily and after being bent it is hard to open and close the top reciever of the gun.
- I do not like the adjustable stock, it is made of nice abs, but it wobbles alot and makes to much noise when soldiering your gun.
- kwa guns are supposed to be full metal (top and bottom reciever), but the top receiver is made of abs. It is very hard to notice, but I soon realized that it was plastic. It is not that big of a deal, because it is very thick and won't crack or wobble, but no matter how much you tighten your delta ring to this reciever the barrel will move slightly. It takes a while to notice, but whats happening is the top reciever bends alittle because of it's abs construction, therefore the outer barrel moves slightly.
- The large stickers on the your gun that identify it as a kwa were meant to stay on and they are very hard to take off. They are too bright and you can be spotted by your enemy in a game. This is why I took them off. After taking them off alot of the glue from the sticker stays on the gun and it recuires large amounts of scraping and normal wear from combat to fully remove this glue.
- The hop up bucking in the gun is not consistent in puting the same backspin on each ball. I think its too thick.
- The spring guide does not have bearings on it and instead it uses a couple of bushings.
- What kwa should do is shorten the feeding tube in the mag well, so that instead of having 4 bbs left in the tube you'll only have like 1 or 2 bbs that you will have to tilt the gun upside down for.
- My last complaint and it's not really a complaint, is that the gun uses a small type tamaya plug, if uses din connectors it will give the gun an extra couple of rps, instead of the 28 rps you can get it up to the 30 mark.
I like about this rifle is that instead of using the usual screw or allen screw to secure the gearbox kwa uses the torque screws, what I like about these screws is that they do not strip as easily.
Edited by Shmoogly3, 22 August 2008 - 02:10 PM.