If you bump it the ammo cover comes loose and fouls the spinning cartridge action. Probably need to glue it on. When you are running you can be sure that at least one of the clips will jiggle lose causing a problem. In order to get the 144 round capacity you have to spend $80 additional on the 18 round clips. At least the 4 it comes with should be 18 round ones, seems rather silly. Shoots about 50 feet with any kid of accuracy (not 75) and that is only if you arc it. Is tricky to hold both triggers sometimes, should have another switch to leave the motor running, OR hold and release the second trigger for small bursts. as it takes a couple seconds to wind up and the first dart will jam if you suddenly hit both triggers at once. clips dont really hold as many darts as advertised without jamming them in there. Does not even come with the 8 small clips meaning you really need to spend more money right on day one. They really need to either include 8 clips or at least let the 4 it does come with be the high capacity ones. GREAT for depending a position or assaulting a fortified position, terrible for any other purpose. I used mine a couple times moving around and firing a few round at a time with the already mentioned results, the second time I used it as a heavy (mounted) machine gun the motor died. Probably just mine was defective and not an overall problem, but watch out anyhow. My experience was actually a 1 or 2 star. but I did give it the three because this thing is a MONSTER when it works and you are stationary. It is the same overall overkill blasting madness joy as the Tommy 20 only times 8, if other people have the same experiences as me Nerf will fix the problems and this will be the most incredible gun ever. Until then I am going with one that has fewer parts, phenomenal cosmic power, itty bitty living space (or rather limited reliability and terribly pricey)
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