Airsoft Electric Rifle - G&g Gr16 A2 Carbine Airsoft Rifle

by Rob Stouffer - Date: 2010-10-11 - Word Count: 299 Share This!

The Gr16 A2 Carbine weighs in at just under 6 pounds, making this rifle exceptionally easy to carry around the battlefield for extended periods of time. The buttstock is adjustable, allowing you to adjust the length of the rifle from 30.75 inches to 34.75 inches. This makes this airsoft electric rifle a great starter for beginners as well as the avid enthusiast.

The high capacity magazine is capable of holding up to 450 rounds of ammunition. The front sight is adjustable for elevation and the rear sight is adjustable for elevation as well as windage. It incorporates an adjustable hop up system. This will allow you to adjust for the trajectory of the ammunition so you can really dial it in.

It fires in the fully automatic as well as the semi automatic modes. And speaking of firing, this airsoft rifle will fire the .2g ammunition at a velocity of 390 feet per second, extremely fast for an electric airsoft rifle. This makes for an accurate and hard hitting gun.

The receiver is full metal and the durable ABS plastic 6 position stock is an added feature. The 8mm ball bearing gear box makes this gun exceptionally reliable and precise.

The 25,000 round per minute high torque motor spews out the ammunition at incredible rates of fire. The battery and charger is not included. This is the case for the majority of the newer airsoft electric rifles available today. This allows you to customize the gun to best suit your needs.

If you are in the market for a hard hitting gun with impeccable firing accuracy along with an incredible shot velocity, then you need to check this one out. The precision along with the reliability of an oil-less firing system will give you years of high powered shots in the field of battle.

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