Yeah the Bisley cleaning patches work great, they work great on RS, Airguns or Airsoft I have been using them on all 3 for years, although on the RS we use different things for different guns, but back to the airsoft, The .177 or .22 Bisley cleaning patches work great on airsoft barrels, the cloth fabric is also good as it can not scratch the brass on even the cheapest of standard inner barrels, but it has enough of a texture to give the barrel a nice clean even when used dry, you can use a bore cleaner on the patch but it's not necessary if you don't let your barrel get to dirty to begin with.. So many people have different techniques and ways and use different products to clean their guns, but you seen how I do some on mine mate.
Right.... I'll write what ive found/noticed and just put all of the pictures in once I've finished. It's very nicely packaged, both in terms of the box art and the actual insides. Its lined with Kaizen foam, which I've only ever seen inside of a King Arms box before. Inside my box is the Tan G VI model, 6 shells, 90 round speed loader and some manuals that i haven't read being a man. Gun came with a little bit of gas in, which was good. I assume JD airsoft test the guns before shipping.
Things I've noticed..... shells hold 28 bb's instead of the usual 30, so you'll either get 9 shots of 3 and 1 shot of 1, or 4 shots of 6 and 1 shot of 4 per shell. The pistol grip I really don't care for.. I dont like the shiny ABS made out of, although it's not as uncomfortable as it looks. It's an AEG grip for whatever reason. The long top rail is surprisingly solid on the gun and the iron sights are actually quite nice. It has a brass bead sight on the barrel, but you'd have to remove the tacticool stuff to use it. The MOE stock has a little wobble in it, but it's no worse than any clone magpul aeg stock. It's actually built better than the cheap element clone stocks. Fill valve is on the underside of the stock tube and doesn't have a silent fill valve. If you own a tm GBB/GBBR you'll know when it's done by the gas pissing out of the valve. You've got a few QD adapters on both sides of the shotgun, and 2 QD sling mounts are included. The gun has a nice heavy weight to it. Far from unmanageable, but you can tell its not a £40 springer. Paint finish is nice and smooth, but seems to wear quickly where you rack the gun. One thing i have noticed is you have to make sure you cock it all of the way back. You may hear an initial click, but pull it a couple mm further and you hear another, allowing the action to go forward again. Final thing i noticed was one of the barrels seemed to be silver and the other two black.. thought it was the light, but they do seem to be different. I'll let you know how it shoots on Saturday.