So far, only hiccup was the SR-10 that needed to be send back for Warranty repair. It would not feed BB's consistently. Seems the hopup bucking/barrel assembly was sitting to far back into the feed chamber. Got it back from KWA and now it feeds flawlessly. No idea what they did but probably put in a new hopup/barrel Assembly. We went though about 30k BB's between them with no problems since the SR-10 came back.
Chrono with .20
SR-10 - 385-390
SR-5 -330-335 CQB gun but with surprising accuracy and range.
M4-RIS new ver 390
1.75 M4- 370-375
Range- I setup a 50,100,150,200 foot range to practice with.
SR-10 50-haha, 100-10/10 hits on 12"X12" square, 150-9/10 hits on 2'X4'sheet (blame the wind) , 200-5/10 4'X4'
SR-5 50-haha, 100- 9/10, 150-6/10, 200 2/10 too much for the fps but you can lob some shots into it
M4-RIS 50-haha, 100- 10/10, 150- 7/10, 200 - 4/10 wind really affects it that far out.
- Lipo ready and they mean it. We all run RA-Tech 11.1 1600mah batteries.
- Great range and accuracy out of all of them. Stock is a 6.05 barrel and 2G bucking
- Rock solid- No wobbles at all
- Smooth firing and consistant FPS
- Wiring is great and fuse has easy to access in the stock
- Many options for batteries in the crane stocks
- They are spendy- but you do get what you pay for.
- Mag wells are a little tight- usually need to sand down PMags to get them to drop free.
- SR-10 has a 425mm barrel and the hopup can be crushed if using an aftermarket flash hinder. Good for accuracy though
- Not enough time to play with them
Bottom Right to Left-
KWA M4 1.75- Backup/loaner with CASV railing and Magpul furniture.
M4 RIS- Son's
Top Bottom right-
SR-5 Wife loves it and will not give it up until you pry it from her cold dead hands. LOL
[img width=700 height=525]http://i853.photobucket.com/albums/ab91 ... rsoft2.jpg[/img]