Really, the radio itself isn't horrid, it works fairly well. Once you get past the extremely poor build quality of the antenna, battery, headset, and charger, you have the basis for a decent airsoft radio, as long as you don't abuse it too much. But as a workhorse radio for other applications, where it would see heavy use, it's not up to the task.
That being said, the quality (or lack there of) of the solder job on the charger does cause me concern for how long the radio will function properly before the soldering fails in it too.
Guns are meant to go bang, not bling!
Just say no to chrome guns.
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