YES! I finished it! I never thought I would
Please tell me what to add, or what to elaborate on, sorry but this is something I threw together in 30 minutes
Purple and all other english teachers out there. You are free to edit this.
Real Steel History:
The MP5 has been the favorite and most popular SMG for many countries ever since it stepped into the front lines. It is a smaller G3 varient, shooting a 9x19 pistol round, unlike the G3s 7.62mm. This also shoots a 5.56 round. The MP5A5 is very similar to the A4 having a adjustable stock making it easy to manuver in combat. It is the ultimate CQB weapon right now.
I didnt order it
I got it at Airsoft Extreme Stock for $225. I was originally going there to see what guns they had, but the gun just took me over, and I bought it. I rushed home and opened it.
The gun came with 100 bbs a unjamming/cleaning rod one standard 50 round magazine, and the gun.
I rushed to pick up the gun. I noticed how light it was, but it seemed very durable in my hands. The gun was made very solidly, from head to toe..... or more like flash suppresser to stock. I also had bought 1 extra standard and 2 more midcaps and 8000 bbs. I quickly charged the battery. Which took a long time.... As I waited, I tried to look through the Iron sights. seeing which ones I liked. I noticed that the sights a low, and are harder to aim with when wearing a paintball mask when the stock is out. I finally got done charging. And put 50 rounds down range. It was VERY accurate, and a very high ROF. I was surprised, and had the Rambo feeling going through my body.
Like most Tokyo Marui guns, the gun is mostly made out of ABS plastic, so before I get into major details I will list the metal parts. Of Course there is a metal barrel. The charging handle, that serves now purpose is metal, the front sights are metal, the back sights, the fire selector switch, the magazine release, the little "hook" for you to attach a sling, and the trigger. The battery compartment is VERY small making it very very hard to put in the battery, and you will need to get used to it. I dont have much to say about the barrel since there is very little showing, but the flash supressor is glued and screwed on. The plastic forgrip is made out of plastic, and is the long piece of plastic on top of the gun. The plastic is very smooth, and feels like the real plastic MP5s. Of course the area around the gearbox, or whats visible, that shows the firing modes is plastic, but looks very nice. The firing selector switch is very sturdy, and is not moving, or wobbling anywhere. The butt of the stock though is plastic, and is bumpy, unlike the MP5J, the A5 which is like the original MP5 design is bumpy. Also the pistol grip is also plastic, of course, and has NO magnets inside it like the ECHO1 full metal MP5s. Sadly there are 4 little "ledges" well I dont know how to describe them, that you will stick a claw mount to or a Low profile G3 mount to, for a rail.
To take it off, boil water, and stick the flash suppresser only into the watter for a couple of seconds, and check if the glue is metled away, when it is, unscrew it.
The magazines it comes with feeds the whole mag, meaning that when you are done, no bbs fall out when reloading.
I havent taken it apart, but I got it upgraded with a M120 and metal bushings, It hasnt broke yet
Is adjusted by a lever on the left side of the gun, right over the foregrip.
Fire Selector Switch
Lowest on safe, easily accessable and with a flick of the thumb, it is on 16, and then a little push its on full auto.
I need to find the groupings as soon as I can
A VERY good gun. Good for the cost, reliable, but can do with some upgrades. A very nice TM gun. It is fairly accurate up to 120 ft though thend it spins out of control, and a good CQB gun. I reccomend this to anyone who wants a good MP5. but there are still better options. Such as the ICS. Which you really dont need to upgrade.