[4 of 5 Stars!]Finally got the time to go to the range to fire this rifle. It is a very neat looking gun, and fires the cheapest 22LR rounds. Sub-sonic rounds don't do so well in this rifle, as it fails to load the next round into the chamber.
The only drawback to this rifle, is the failure of machine screws that hold the internal assembly together. The carrier assembly has these sheet metal-like screws that hold the assembly together. Rrages.com has a machine-screw replacement set that will NOT replace the sheet-metal screws in this rifle. GSG did upgrade the screws in this "polymer lightweight" version with larger ones, but did not use machine screws! I hope the carrier assembly doesn't vibrate loose from firing of the rifle.
You can purchase several HK brand spring-loaded push pins for this GSG rifle. This will enable you to take the stock, trigger group, forearm easily and quickly.
There are several videos on youtube that show you how to take this rifle apart to clean, etc.
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[4 of 5 Stars!]I purchased this rifle a little over a month ago. Before purchasing I did not realize that the receiver on this version is plastic (polymer). There is a bit more expensive version with an aluminum receiver available. This rifle is strictly for fun shooting. It is a blast to shoot. I did foam fill the stock as it felt really cheap. I did over tighten the stock screw a bit and it split the plastic. I had to epoxy in a metal plate so it should be stronger now. I also modified the front sight by adding a Hi Viz rod. It's a sweet little shooter for $300. Accuracy is acceptable. Don't expect much in terms of quality and durability. It's just fun.Show More Reviews...