Only issue with the LM4 I seem to be having is the bolt seems to be sticking to the hopup when I pull the bolt back. When you pull fast you can't notice it, but if you pull slowly you can see and feel it sticking...guess I'm going to see what happens after a few thousand rds.
Just from opening the gun and seeing that it is so similar to a real M4, I can tell that repairs will be a breeze and make me less nervous than opening a gear box. I think I made the good choice.
The question now is do I sell my AEG G&P. I had planned on keeping my AEG as a buckup, but after shooting the G&P for about 2 minutes after shooting the LM4, it just wasn't nearly as much fun. I may still sell the G&P and get a WE SCAR-L for a backup and then get a cheaper AEG just for a 3rd backup later down the road. For now, I'm a huge GBBR fan.
Edited by Gitaryzt1985, 20 May 2013 - 04:16 AM.