JG AUG Civilian AEG Airsoft Gun
Bullpup Polymer Body High Capacity RIS RAS
[Q05A01][02195 / JG0448A]
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- Rail Mount For Scopes
- Bullpup Design
- Includes Battery & Charger
- FPS: ~400
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The JG AUG Civilian is a bullpup design that gives the gun an overall shorter length but a longer barrel. Like the true AUG the JG features a unique two stage trigger; when the trigger is pulled half way it fires semi-automatic and when it is pulled all the way back it fires full automatic. The vertical grip that is integrated into the AUG has the ability to fold up or down for the users comfort. In addition the AUG Is equipped with sling swivels for the addition of a sling. Atop the AUG civilian is a rail mount that the user can mount a optical scope onto.
Accuracy: 120 feet
Muzzle Velocity: 380 fps
Magazine Capacity: 330 rounds
Battery Pack Size: Small battery
Package Includes: gun, manual, battery, charger
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Rail Mount for Scopes
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Front & Rear Sling Swivels
High Capacity Magazine (330 Rd)
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|   2013-12-08 02:54:22|
For: JG AUG Civilian AEG Airsoft Gun
this was my first good AEG and i love it very much,
i chose it because i needed a gun for my very first outdoor/ forest environment type of game
i needed something with the range of a full size rifle, but i did not want the heft and length of a AK-47, m16, g3, etc ...
i have to say i made the smartest decision picking this rifle
this rifle is underestimated and is much more versatile than you would think
it points easy, you can hold your aim for much longer compared to an m4 cause most of the weight is on your shoulder and not on your support arm
inspecting the internals i found a 16:1 HS gearset cause it had a gigantic sector gear clip and i counted it, 16 AWG wiring, and a polycarbonate cylinder head with 2 o-rings giving it perfect compression (1st time i've ever seen that)
overall this is a great gun for beginner-mid level players,
since its a V3 gearbox, throw in the right parts, an R-hop / flat hop, and a nice tight bore barrel, you will be one mean DMR / sniper
full length barrel but its still shorter than an m4a1
above average ROF at 16-18 rps on a 9.6v 2000mah
locking charging handle
interchangeable barrel system, like real AUG
disassembles easily, pop 1 body pin and the upper and lower seperate
1/2 pull = semi, full = full auto, once you get use too it, you can get really good at your semi-auto pulls cause the reset time is so short
its a bul-pup, its not meant for everybody, but i believe everyone should try it out and see the advantages
finding mid-caps might be a problem
small battery space; solutions are buying 7.4v lipos or using a 2000 mah 9.6v nunchuck in the AA format not CR123A
gearbox is cramped!!! soldering the wires to the motor maybe needed
|   2013-11-24 14:41:37|
For: JG AUG Civilian AEG Airsoft Gun
There's a surprisingly high number of low ratings on this gun and the high ratings have an excessive lack of information about what they liked.
First off I'd like to address a problem that a lot of people are having about mags jamming and bbs ending up in the internals of the gun. This problem is most likely due to the barrel being removed, (it's a quick button next to the built in foregrip and can easy bee bumped out of place or taken out). If you even bumped the barrel or took it out and slightly twist the hop up unit it would affect magazines feeding, bbs getting into the internals, and possibly the handle/rail becoming removed. It's easy to fix this problem, I had it shortly after handling the weapon while test shooting it and I just twisted back the hop up unit and tightened the barrel unit.
The rubberized pieces that hold the battery and the dust cover are going to get wear and tear if you pull them off over and over again.
Overall I thought this gun was amazing and a really amazing deal even at $124.00. I purchased it for only $90 so it's an even better deal. The bull pup design gives this gun's long inner barrel an amazing accuracy even with .20g bbs. I could hit a telephone pole at approximately 150 feet probably more. Once you get the hop up dialed in and throw a nicer optic than the "iron" (really plastic) sights that come with the gun. The fact that the gun comes with a fore grip I believe is an awesome point yet I would suggest tightening it in whatever way you see if because it is a little loose. The gun is also ambidextrous because you can change the "ejection port" by switching the rubberized cover to the other side. The two type trigger is how AUGs and Famas' triggers are made. If you don't like it I would not suggest buying this gun.
Fore grip included
Iron sights included
rail for optics
bull pup for better accuracy at longer range
easy to swap out inner barrel for even better accuracy
easy hop up adjustments
battery and charger come with gun
limited battery space (i would suggest a small 7.4v lipo brick)
wiggle in the fore grip
lack of rail space
hard to go to a "solid" semi
a little on the heavier side for a smaller player
easy to bump the outer barrel out of place
iron sights are of poor quality
|   2013-05-30 20:16:50|
For: JG AUG Civilian AEG Airsoft Gun
Okay, so I had bought this gun from Airsoft Megastore in the middle of August of last year thinking this was just the sickest gun I have ever seen! Getting it out of its box it was well wrapped no defects at all except for one thing... The dust cover hadn't came with the gun. If you get this gun be cautious, I am positive that the dust cover to the hop up system will come off since it is made of flimsy rubber. Anyway, I had this gun up until 2 weeks ago then it broke. Wow. :/ 6-7 months and this thing just breaks. But this is a chinese gun so it was kind of expected. But I had experienced some problems with it BEFORE it broke. 1) The rubber butt plate tends to fall out. Kind of annoying when you lose that thing and your cheap battery is handing out. 2) This gun is LOUD. Kind of hard to be tactical with this thing also because the range isn't too great. 3) The bolts on the rail mount go undone overtime. I don't know about you, but I don't want to drop my $50 red dot scope on some concrete when the rail pops off suddenly. 4) The magazine jams when a B.B gets caught in between the gears of the wind up mechanism. I had to violently smack the bottom of this crappy plastic magazine with the risk of breaking the thing. 5) I don't know why, but on occasion B.B's will just spill all up inside the battery compartment and the gearbox which can be somewhat dangerous to the gun. 6) This foregrip is sturdy... Until you fold it for the first time then it gets really wobbly after moderate use. 7) The semi automatic and automatic system is just cheap. You LITERALLY have to pull the trigger half way to get semi automatic, and pull the trigger all the way to get full auto. WHAT A JOKE. 8) Parts that hold the gun together will fall out making the gun completely useless unless you can find replacement parts for this gun (good luck with that.) 9) Finding any replacement parts for this gun is like looking for gold on the sun. It's impossible. This gun has a lot of problems, but as far as positives go, there aren't that many to list. 1) The FPS is pretty good. A little bit too strong for CQB but it will get the job done. 2) The rate of fire is incredible considering the battery size it is required to take. 3) The hop-up system is decent but dust it regularly to prevent it from acting out of character. Overall, I would NOT recommend this gun to anyone. I may suggest you should buy a CYMA M14 instead.
Good rate of fire.
Decent hop-up system.
Unfortunately, there aren't too many pros to list. Sorry. :/
The rubber butt plate falls off.
The battery compartment can ONLY fit an 8.4v mini type battery ( 7 celled).
The gun is way TOO loud.
The sites are cheap, barely suitable for a pistol.
The rail tends to detach.
The magazine jams more often than I want it to. (And I mean I don't want it to jam at all...)
The B.B's tend to spread all over the internals of the gun.
Foregrip isn't too stable.
Semi and Full Auto system is bad quality.
Parts fall off, especially important ones.
Replacement parts are very hard to find.
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