Here is my U.S. Navy SEAL "Recce" Rifle.
G&P Limited Edition MRE M4
--> Full metal. The only ABS parts are the crane stock, rail covers, and the vertical grip. Even the motor grip is a rubberized material.
--> G&P 8 millimeter complete gearbox. The shells, and all of the internals are reinforced.
--> PDI 210% spring.
--> Prometheus 6.03 tight-bore barrel.
--> Mad Bull "Shark" hop-up bucking, stock hop-up nub.
--> Full metal G&P hop-up chamber.
--> G&P M-160 motor. This motor is amazingly fast, and pulls the spring like cake.
--> Intellect 9.6 V 3600 MaH battery. I had to do a magazine pouch mod for this battery, as it's too big for the crane stock. See pictures for details.
--> Guarder ACOG red-dot sight.
--> Classic Army vertical grip.
--> Matrix Harris-style bi-pod with Picatinny mount. This is a beefy bi-pod; I recommend it.
--> G&P Stubby foam-filled silencer. Positive and negative threading for universal fits. Excellent engravings and detail work.
--> G&P full-metal 130 round magazine. Very nice; a little wobble though.
--> MAG 130 round magazines, bought in an 8 pack. Very nice. Spray them with oil first use, and they're golden.
Now, with the inner barrel, I chose to stray away from the classic design of a traditional "Recce" Rifle, by making my inner barrel just shy of 19" instead of the usual 16". Reason being is that I would have had all of that extra space in there, because of the silencer and the length of the outer barrel. So, I thought I might as well USE that extra space with a longer barrel. Other than that, every detail is covered; this is an exact replica of a U.S. Navy SEAL "Recce", or Reconnaissance Rifle. There have been a subtle few arguments about the front sight, in that it should be a folding one, but at the moment, I only have a stock JG M4 folding front sight available; I want to have a real BUI front sight like the rear one is (though it is removed in the pictures to account for the ACOG sight). This gun is heavy, being full metal, but it's amazing. Shoots fast, straight, and accurately. Quarter inch groupings in semi auto, and half inch at the most groupings in full auto, both from 100 feet out. I love it.
So, here she is! I plan to put a lot more into her when I can; she'll have fully upgraded internals when I'm done.