Ok... now this particular gun is confusing. Don't get me wrong, many things are great about this. It's one of the most original designs I've seen from you. That counts for a lot. But wait a minute...
Now I understand completely that it was kind of a mistake that you got this particular design. But that's beside the point. I mean, it's a nice looking gun, and very unique, but it's the kind of gun I'd be glad only to see and hold. Not use in a firefight of any sort. Not to be a gun-racist here, but the only thing bolt action guns are good for these days is sniping. The small optic on the rail only reinforces the assumption that this piece was intended for at LEAST mid-range combat.
But it's a short-barreled carbine. With a reasonably high-cap magazine.
I guess what I'm saying is that this gun would suck if it was real.
But it's not, is it? Here's where anyone might start losing their vision as artists. Our guns are meant to look good, not hold the impression of working well in real life. THAT's the side dish. So this is a great gun, as always.