|Shoot modes||Semi-auto Auto|
|Range||15 meters (49.21 feet)|
|Fire rate||1200 rounds/min|
|Weight||1500 grams (3.31 lbs)|
|Creation date||October 27, 2011|
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This little wild beast is the funniest of all airsoft guns made. Period.
In the package you get the gun, a 48 rd mag, some silicone oil, a loading tool for the magazine and a tool for adjusting the hop-up. It runs perfectly on green gas.
WARNING/NOTE: This is the NS1 version, and this review does not apply to the NS2 version.
I bought this second-hand.
When you first take this out of the box, you are surprised about how small the gun is. Especially when you remove the stock completely. It is also surprisingly comfortable to hold, but in order to aim it properly when using the stock, you have to kinda crook your neck a bit, but it is not too weird.
The stock is a 2-position retractable stock with a 2-position "folding" buttpad. The stock gives a rather big increase in accuracy when firing on semi-auto.
The entire external body is made out of high quality ABS, and nothing creeks. The only external metal parts are the outer barrel, stock and charging handle.
The outer barrel also features threads for the proprietary MAC suppressors.
The iron sights are - as you can see on the picture - not the best, but it works. You got to remember that this is a spray-and-pray weapon.
Internally the complete gun is made out of metal, although it looks like it's pot metal. That isn't really a problem, since the metal seems to be of real good quality.
I've noticed that this GBB has a very low gas consumption on semi-auto, especially compared to WEs. On full auto though, the use of gas is rather high.(The NS2 version has a lower gas consumption)
I have encountered two problems with this gun, but there is no major flaws.
1. The hop-up isn't really adjustable as it's just curling up when I'm trying to adjust it.
2. The mag that came with the gun has very worn out feeding lips. That basically mean that I have to use BB's with lower quality than the regular ones I use with my AEG. So I went to eHobby Asia and bought myself a Well Mac 11(G11) mag, that fit perfectly!
KWA's shot at the Military Armament Corporation 11 is definitely worth looking at if you're into a capable side arm for airsoft skirmishes. It uses relatively little gas, considering it is a fully automatic GBB. Most of the exterior is plastic, but it does not immediatly look and feel like it is. It is not the most accurate either, but the fire rate is awesome. The iron sights are basically crap, but they work well enough. Mags are also a little hard to find.
All in all, this is perfect for CQB matches or as a backup weapon for snipers.
If you have this gun, I advice you to look at the Well mags for this gun. They are cheap and hold a LOT of gas!