I'm not trying to start a debate.
My point was, that out of the box it's well made, it's reliable; but it's just a good start. To make it something your going to game often it'll need some work. A better bucking and rubber (Or even a better hop-up), to give it a good spin and air seal. Now you need an experienced AEG tech to properly grease, shim, and upgrade the mechbox to handle thousands of rounds going through it. You may need to change the spring out to compensate for local FPS rules, or to give it more FPS so your heavier weight BBs travel at a desired speed. If you do that, you may need reinforced gears, piston assembly, tappit plate, and of course a "very" reliable motor capable of properly cycling it all. Now that that's done, you'll have to get a couple if batteries with enough torque to power the motor, and enough milleamps to play all day. If you want to go with lipos, you may need a MOSFET. Etc, etc, etc.
Then there is gear. Will it hide you properly? Will it tear or fade right away? Etc, etc, etc.
I'm not trying to discourage, or say it'll cost thousands upon thousands to
play. But Airsoft is "never" what new players imagine, and you can never do it for as cheap as expected either. It's just prep and realistic goals. So they don't come in too low, and then quit after wasting money and time. Any experienced player has seen that a hundred times.
Bottom line: your gear, guns, parts, will need constant upgrading, fixing, and replacement. And it all costs money. If your gun doesn't shoot straight, and your gear makes you stick out; you won't enjoy yourself.
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