well made, looks good on my desk
excellent reproduction of the AK
The slip grip magazines are definately a good purchase for anyone that has an AR/M4, gives them some extra details and looks great.
An American All-Rounder to be proud of.
With Old Glory and a 30Rnd Mag, I'm a happy man!
It's so nice, but if the top, bottom handguard + stock made by real wood. it'll be perfect and felling like a real one. Thanks for your products.
I love the product. It is great that the gun ejects cartridges! I would like to be able to fold the stock?
Great desktop model and paperweight. Everyone that sees it wants to pick it up and they're surprised by the weight!
The model looks and feels great, hope it can be a little larger to allow finger into the trigger guard and most importantly of all, the the thumb safety need to work.
This suppressed Sig has made my backyard squirrel hunting a whole lot better. The neighbors used to complain, but now they don't even know when I bag another tree rat. The compact design helps me sneak up for those close combat encounters that I live for, and the folding stock allows me to quickly pie around tree trunks even faster as my adversary attempts to elude my pursuit. The one thing this weapon is lacking is a nice tactical sling for those times that I have to go "hands on", and the fur starts to fly. I'm seriously considering a Barrett 50 cal for those long range shots across the street, unless I can find a way to get beyond the chain link fence that restricts my movements. So keep up the good work Goat Guns, you've made squirrel hunting a passion again...
GREAT!!! Got it for a birthday present. Love It.
She'll ejecting was definitely a big game changer for goat guns and if anything this is worth more than 60 bucks.
Very well made and a great model.
Now again I ask put the LUGER (Long Barrel Navy model & short barrel)and the LEE ENFIELD No1 Mk3 on your catalogue and I'l be back in the shop quick as a flash.
The guns are very nicely crafted..!!!
What a cool piece of desktop equipment! Love it and show it off all the time. Can't wait to get my next GOAT.
I absolutely love it. Makes the “bullpup” (or what i call steyr AUG) more realistic.
I snagged this and the shortened barrel for my AR and it really looks awesome with the suppressor. Detail is perfect.
I am 77 and a disabled Navy vet. I enjoy putting these beautiful masterpieces together. SGT Gunner looks like one of the Navy GOATS.
I had previously purchased the original 1911 but wanted the new one that ejects cartridges. I had the blued version and purchased the brushed stainless version this time and love it.
Product was enjoyable and easy to assemble.
This model will be the beginning of many.
Its really like the real thing except mine does not eject the rounds or feed them. Maybe its the spring but I have no Idea.
Its cute but that's about all.
Maybe I missed something but I do not know what I own over 10 1911 type weapons so do not even go there.
It is a nice replica that is all. like a real one I do not agree.
Vann M. Lane, Tsgt/RUSAF
I have a collection of these models from Sarge and happy to finally be able to get one for my lady. She loves it and just says "pew pew pew" all the time now. Cycle rounds feature works so-so, better on the MCX but a good upgrade for the 1911 series of models.
The magazine release button regretfully popped out of the body almost immediately and no longer works. Otherwise pretty good quality.
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Funny thing is, I normally HATE bullpups. The sole exception is the Steyr AUG, which was modern looking even in the late 1970s when it was first introduced. Goat Guns did a very good job with this model, which includes a 1913 rail, which I fitted with their model of an ACOG. This reproduction is of the standard Steyr model which uses a proprietary magazine. Steyr also makes a NATO model which uses STANAG magazines. The white of this model looks really cool and it contrasts well against the black tactical wall.
No complaints about this model.