It's very solidly packed, so don't panic if you've got the last one and it looks a bit shaken. It comes with the gun itself, an 18 Round drum mag, darts and instruction manual. The drum magazine is fairly small, a good balance between capacity and size.
Out of the box, it has an effective range(Range without arcing) of 5 metres (Depending on dart quality) and a range(Non-angled) of somewhat 9-11 metres. In my 2 days of constant shooting, I've never had this gun jam once. I've also used the drum mag in my aged Recon and again, no jamming, regardless of dart quality. During slam fire, the gun performs much much better, hitting an effective range of maybe 5.5 to 6 metres and 12 metres plus altogether.
This gun is a work of art, even if it's really just the love child of the Recon and Raider it out-performs both guns in terms of range, firepower and stealth, this gun is much quieter. The low range makes it perfect for CQB situations much like the Recon and Maverick. I've had a look at the internals and to me, there is't much to do with basic tools besides an AR removal(Note that the AT AR allows more air through), brass barreling, spring compression and spring replacement.
Usage and storage tips:
- If the trigger feels as though it's not working, hold the priming slide forward
- It's best to attach a stock to the gun for stability, it will come in handy for slam firing
- Best for CQB situations, due to very low chance of jamming, you could easily go through an entire battle on this gun alone
- When storing, it's best to discharge all rounds and leave the magazine inside the gun, this removes all strain on the spring inside the mag and the plunger. You could also remove the mag, and manually put a bullet in the chamber yourself, and then fire it off.
- (No-brainer) Leave magazines empty or with only one dart sitting in it, it'll ensure a long lifespan
Great gun, definitely worth the 30 dollars and run around and very fun to shoot.