Similarly to the live firearm, the receiver of the replica was made from durable polymer. It is partially covered with rough, anti-slip texture, which improves grip stability. Metal parts include: the entire front of the replica with the external barrel, RIS module and miscellaneous elements such as the shell ejection window plate or flash hider.
The rear part of the replica features a tactical sling swivel for the attachment of a QD (quick detach) tactical sling. Access to the hop-up adjustment knob is gained in a traditional way - after pulling back the charging handle and uncovering the shell ejection window. The handle can be locked in rear position. The flash hider sits on a 14 mm left handed thread.
The battery of the replica is stored inside the stock (if one can use such a word in the case of a stockless design). In order to access the battery, one needs to remove the rubber stock pad. No tools are necessary for that operation because it is attached by being pressed into its place. Disassembly of the entire replica into two parts also lasts mere seconds. It is necessary to access the Hop-Up chamber and internal barrel. In order to do that, it is necessary to press a metal pin - a lock - and afterwards split away the construction into 2 parts - the receiver and front part with the scope and barrel.The mechanism itself was based on the V3 gearbox. Tightness, quality of used parts and how well parts fit together decides about good performance and long lifetime of the replica. A long, 510 mm long internal barrel makes this replica suitable for combat on long range. At the same time, the replica is barely 780 mm long, which makes it a very compact tool that can be easily used during CQB scenarios, indoors, inside vehicles, etc.
The replica comes with a polymer Hi-Cap magazine with a capacity of up to 300 BBs.
- the replica
- a magazine
- a battery
- a charger
- a cleaning rod