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PostSubject: G&G PM5-A5 (On Crack) First Impressions   Fri Apr 10, 2009 10:46 pm







This rifle is a masterpiece. The reason I say rifle is because it has an M4 length (363mm) Prometheus 6.03mm tight bore barrel, the extra length being hidden under the suppressor. Now, this gun is heavy, almost as heavy as my old S-System, only more balanced. The externals are very high quality. The UMP stock is made of nylon-fiber plastic, however, the top and butt is rubberized, which makes it more comfortable. The upper receiver and rails are obviously metal, lower receiver is nylon fiber, as is the hand grip. Now, the one downside of of this gun is that the hand grip is very small, making it a pain to install the batteries. Another problem is that there is a seam running down the bottom of the hand grip, which splits if the batteries aren't installed correctly. Now, top that off with the fact that the guy I bought it from took TWO Firefox 9.6v 1500mAh mini type batteries and Jerry-rigged them, making a Frankenstein 3000mAh nun-chuck battery, life gets harder. I still haven't figured out how I'm gonna charge that thing. (By the way, the guy threw in a smart charger although I need a large-to-mini connector. The batteries came charged, too. Very thoughtful of him.)

The red dot is very nice, with 7 brightness adjustment and 2x magnification. I'm still working on zeroing it in. I
haven't got a chance to test out the laser sight attachment. (no battery/dead battery) but I can tell you it looks intimidating. The folding fore-grip is nice, helps with storage.

Now, on to the operation of the gun. First off, the cocking lever is extremely durable, and pulling it reveals the hop up unit on the right side of the upper receiver. I wouldn't dream of messing with the hop up anytime soon (more on that later.) As I was saying, the cocking lever is all metal, making it safe to retract and let it slam back into place, producing an awesome sound effect.

When I fired the gun, I was scared. I can't really speak for the range or accuracy yet, but the sights are practically dead-on. Firing it produces a loud boom with a faint electrical sound. Basically, like a nail gun, only much faster. Firing it on auto, the BBs went in a perfectly straight stream at a very fast rate. It fires at around 400-410 with .25g (thanks to the Systema Irregular Pitch M135 Oil Temper spring).

All in all, this is truly a God-sent weapon, especially for someone like me who could have never dreamed of owning something like this. I can't wait to test it out in the field. And don't worry, I'm definitely gonna share something like this with you guys. Very Happy Maybe we can do a per-round basis rifle exchange, just to get familiar with the team firepower. What do you think?

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PostSubject: Re: G&G PM5-A5 (On Crack) First Impressions   Sun Apr 12, 2009 12:23 am

lol i call first bounce
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PostSubject: Re: G&G PM5-A5 (On Crack) First Impressions   Sun Apr 12, 2009 6:57 pm

lol Sure. And by the way, the laser did work, the back end just wasn't screwed in all the way so the laser wouldn't turn on by accident while it was being shipped. I just used it to zero in the red dot. Also, I adjusted the sling.

And by the way Chris, anytime you want me to bring it over your house for testing let me know. My phone is still out of service though.

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