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It's cool with the round magazines for the kids, but they mess up often. The shots get stuck all the time and they're pretty crass to load.
Bought it from BR to 600, - reduced from 800, - I'm glad I got myself into it though, it's an amazing blaster. Its handle feels good and you don't get cramp in your hand either, it's well placed and there's good balance in it. It shoots satisfyingly well, and is easy to fall in love with because of the automatic charging system. It has room for two sieves one at the front and one behind, and you also have the option of clicking a tube. None of this is included though. It's 3 kilos heavy and is therefore not suitable for the small soldiers, I would say about an eight year old would be able to die its challenges. However, it is worth noting that shooting sometimes well can sit wrong in there, therefore I would like to teach you how to fix it. If you don't hear its very easily recognizing stamp pressing the shot in the magazine, I'd recommend pressing its sensor button. The button will get the receiving wheels which push the shot in front of the piston for the automatic charge to turn, then HIV the magazine/drum out and back in to activate the piston again. The stamp makes sure everything is in place, but remember that it's not very often this happens. It also has a small LED light above the automatic charge hole, which shows the different modes. Green means it's ready to shoot Yellow means it's empty Red means that its little flap is open or that there's a shot stuck in it, which is why you open the little button. All in All, the conclusion. I think any age over eight could grab this and settle into its fat full automatic experience. It's good for gifts, but remember those four D batteries. Otherwise, it would probably have been a little bit skirt. I'm thirteen years old myself and could play with this for days, but it runs on batteries, so I have to settle but those powered by springs.
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