Since day one of airsoft, I've been looking to "up" my game. Since I'm too lazy to order something from a website, and undergo a lot of complicated order forms, I decided to just drive over to Wal*Mart and buy something. I bought the most expensive airsoft gun they had there in hopes that I would be getting something great out of it. Being pretty skeptic of Crosman (Due to the fact that great airsoft can't be bought at a store with food at the same place, haha) I wasn't expecting much. After about ten minutes of cutting away at that plastic, I finally got it out. It was heavy, symmetrical, and shiny. Three of my favorite things. I loaded some ammo into it, and went outside to test it. However, it was really loud, and my neighbors don't like that. A few weeks later, I played my first game with it. I put .20 ammo into it (I use heavier ammo in it, because 350 FPS is the max for playing in C.Q.B, which I'm specialized in, and it shoots just above that. Heavy ammo adds accuracy but looses power. Got me the perfect power.) I was now able to get people out easier than ever before. Only one complaint. This gun was HARD to find! I waited a long time for them to get a black one in (Black ones are metal, clear are plastic. Black ones are great for authenticity, but clear ones help you see internal problems.) This is what I did to my gun. I took the stock off (Maneuverability), added a vertical grip (Comfort), red dot sight (accuracy), lazer (better accuracy if I need to aim quickly but don't have time to use the sights), and a halogen flashlight (illumination). Perfect set up for a C.Q.B player like myself. Get this gun, it's amazing!
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