Well I got the AK-47 AIMS. Over all the body is mainly made of real steel (magnet tested). Some parts are alum? (outer barrel) and some pot metal (front site post and gas block end). Fore grip is laminated wood as the RS Romanian AK. Has nice wear spots from factory just like if the wood has been worn with use, but the rest of the gun looks factory new
...needs to age and wear. Comes with a 600rd hi cap metal mag, 8.4v 1200ma battery (tested and it's 10.2 v ???), wall charger and cleaning rod. The Kalash trades wore off in two days since they were just printed on, but that's OK since I hate trades on an AK. Ugly plastic orange flash hider that wasn't even glued on straight. It's gone and I am waiting for a metal one to come but for now I just put on a Madbull Noveske sound amp flash hider. Kind of looks neat
. Also I am waiting on a scope mount so I can add a red dot reflex site. Post pics once it's pimped out a little. It shots ~400fps with 0.20g BBs. Rate of fire is about ~10-12 rps with the supplied 8.4v battery. It's loud due to the blowback. The bolt only has very limited travel (not like a real one) but it does provide some recoil effects but no where as much as the GBB-R. I was going to wait to get the new WE Tech AK GBB-R but then I thght about the cost of the gas mags and that settled the issue
ADD: The good build quality surprised me since it's not an expensive AEG. One thing with mine was that I had to tighten the fire selector switch which came loose. This seems to a common complaint of some AK AEGs.
ADD2: maybe I shld have gotten a full wood stock AK-47 AEG that stores the battery in the stock if there are any which I dought since all AKs seems to be built from the same gen plans. The Romanian AK uses a stick type battery that is stored in the upper receiver section. LiPo sticks do not fit, so stuck with the NiMh stick batteries.