3 Built for speed There are plenty of details that make this model more than suitable for IPSC or 3Gun events. The QRS trigger offers a lower trigger travel and less resistance, favouring a more rapid and instinctive shooting. The ambidextrous shooting selector and the magazine release allow us to keep all features even while shooting with the wrong hand. The Crusader handle has been resized to help us access the hop up to correct it more easily, with the help of the functional bolt catch which keeps open the ejection port. 4 That ass... The foldable stock follows the Troy's line, if you don't know what this is think of an MP5A3. Unlike other actuators, once you press it a spring extends completely (although it has an intermediate position). This format reduces the length of the model several centimetres and, although in other models there is less room for batteries than in a conventional tube, this has been successfully tackled and there is a space measuring 10 cm in depth, 3 cm width and 5 in height, where the square batteries can be comfortably fitted. Besides, reducing the surface of the recoil pad enables a faster shouldering, and thanks to the stripped surface it can be held smoothly, which are two key features in sports shooting where speed and accuracy are paramount. 5 The guts If we liked the ECS gearbox, now we are looking at its evolution, version 2.1 is even better. What makes it so good? 8 mm spherical bearings, the mosfet inside the gearbox, the half-toothed metal piston (note that the part is not just squeezed in but has its own place and is embraced by two rails which prevent it from moving due to use), lightened piston head thanks to CNC and with bearings!, steel gears, metal spring rail with bearings... and a helical spring , with the part that contracts when shooting being softer to reduce the effort and the part that pushes being harder to take advantage of a higher performance that allows us to get the most firepower with less resistance.