Originally Posted by Talraga
Better to save your money and get a TM like I am... though if you want a cheap-arse alternative to real airsoft guns (I.E. a second gun you can hand your friends without fear of losing/breaking it) I'd say it's a fair bet. Personal experience with Crossman, however, tells me that this gun will probably break just after the 30-day warrenty is up... or after you spray-paint it, etc. It says something that my crappy little Walter P22 has lasted longer than the M4 I bought from Crossman.
My P22 lasted so long that I got fed up with it not breaking and broke it myself. I think it was around the 12,000 BB mark then. My M4 broke much earlier, but it's a simple fix after you take a few weeks of thinking about it. In the end, I ended up drilling a hole through some parts and using a nail. It works to this day.