Yeah, thats what i meant, an angled ASA, thats kind of annoying especially when you are used to a straight mounted one, it wouldnt kill them to put one on stock lol. But yeah i know its supposed to be a "high impact polymer" and be very durable, but it still feels like something you put on a cheap gun, must be a mental thing for me On the trigger frame its not a big deal to me but on the body/feedneck of gun it just seems sort of tacky, plus this means the feedneck is prone to breaking off the gun (like worrying about the feedneck on your hopper isnt enough) And i know the breach is metal, trust me if i thought that was plastic i would not have given any of gog's guns a second look haha.
the envy is a cheap gun
So is a victor yet it has an all aluminum body with a HPA asa with the only part being plastic is the trigger frame. Yes i know its a very different gun bit my point is that even that one has an all aluminum body at less than half the price of an Envy.
its also a much worse (imo) gun. Envys are used as rentals at my feild, they can definitely take a beating. They also have very nice shot for a gun that ridiculously inexpensive. I dont see any reason to not buy a gun in this price range because some of it is "plastic" but thats just me