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This is the newest addition to the TSD Tactical AEG's. TSD has made a name for themselves by providing good quality AEG's for very affordable costs, and this UMG is no different. It features a solid ABS plastic construction with fully functional charging handle, all metal version 3 gearbox, and metal hop up. This is a great entry level airsoft gun for CQB because of the folding stock and rails on the front hand guard and the top of the upper receiver. For $129.00 this gun comes complete with a high capacity magazine, battery, charger, goggles, and sling. Also, since this is a G&G clone it is compatible with G&G UMG magazines! If you are a fan of the UMP but have been waiting for someone to make a good working version of it then this is the one for you.
Manufacturer: Double Eagles
Model: M89P UMG
Gearbox type: Type 3
Muzzle velocity: 330-350fps
Magazine capacity: 300 round
Length: 430mm folded/650mm unfolded
Battery pack size: Stick Battery
Package includes: Gun, Battery, Charger, Manual, 300 Round Magazine, Cleaning Rod, and Sling.
Side folding stock
Railed forward grip
ABS Plastic construction
Railed upper receiver for optic mounting
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