110 ft range
Easy to use
Uses a lot of pieces (someone please do a piece count!)
The firing pin is sometimes a pain to pull back as it locks on to the ball connector.
Step 1: Handle and Trigger
Step 2: Body and Stock
Step 3: The Barrel and Foregrip
Step 4: Rubberbands, Loading and Firing
1.(this is without the sight on) the rubberbands are stretched around the yellow connector and round the firing pin.
2.The trigger band goes where you see it.
3. Pull the firing pin back, slide the bullet in, holding it out slightly, and when it gets to the right place, push it down until it locks into place, then pull the trigger.
You may get even better range if you sharpen the end of the firing pin, but i can't be bothered to mutilate my pieces..
Any questions, just ask!