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Boyi SCAR Desert Full Metal Free Grip - Tan

ZAR 4 300,00 each Brand: DBoys

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Boyi Diboys Airsoft Gun SCAR Desert Full Metal AEG Free Grip  (Real Gun weight and size)

 Product Description.1/1 Scale High Power Assembled Electric Powered Airsoft AEG
Replica of SCAR
Fully & Semi Automatic Shooting mode
M4 Type magazine accommodate 300 Rounds of 6mm plastic BB (Also Compatible with M4 Type Magazine)
Package include Tactical Foregrip
Surprisingly, this stock AEG shoot out 420FPS muzzle power nicely out from the package
Adjustable Hop-Up System
Full Metal Construction
Foldable Stock Design
Counter-Clockwise 14mm barrel thread is able to attach any flash hider or silencer

Desert Tan Colour
Hop-up Adjustable
Shooting Mode Semi/Fully Automatic
Blow Back No
AEG Power Source Mini Type
Barrel Thread Type Counter-Clockwise
Magazine Capacity 300 Rounds
Bullet Type 6mm BB
Power (Muzzle Velocity) 420 FPS


Package Includes

D-BOYS / BIPDW SCAR Desert Airsoft Electric Gun
300 rounds Magazine
Foregrip
Full Instruction Manual
 
Manufacturer DBoys / Boyi

(Battery & Charger Not Incl) 

The Boyi D-Boys SCAR-L is an awesome rifle! It features a full metal aluminum upper receiver and an ABS plastic lower much like the real thing. It features full top, bottom and side rails. The stock can be folded and is also retractable. It has flip up rear sights and also includes a barrel extension

REAL STEEL HISTORY: The SOF Combat Assault Rifle or SCAR, is a modular rifle made by Fabrique Nationale de Herstal (FNH) for the U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) to satisfy the requirements of the SCAR competition. This family of rifles consist of two main types. The SCAR-L, for light, is chambered in the 5.56x45mm NATO cartridge and the SCAR-H, for heavy, fires 7.62x51mm NATO ammunition. Both are available in further variants such as Long Barrel or CQC (Close Quarters Combat). The FN SCAR system completed low rate initial production testing in June 2007 and was scheduled for limited fielding in the fall of 2007.