JG has always produced high quality yet affordable AEG replicas of some of the most popular and obscure fire arms in the world, and they have done it again with the T3-SASF. Starting at the front of this AEG, you will notice an extremely small front end, which is done to make this gun perfect for CQB environments. Even with the short front end, JG has managed to add a railed portion at the 6 o’clock portion which is perfect for vertical grips or flashlights. JG also managed to mount the battery at the front with a very innovative system that allows the user to use a 8.4 mini size battery with out any hassle. Moving onto the receiver, you will see the fire selector that features a very large knob design to improve the users ability to easily get to it even under stress, and a pistol grip that has been contoured to improve the users comfort as well. On top of the receiver, you will see the location for the included claw optic mount to be mounted, allowing the user to mount a CQB optic. Finally, at the rear of the gun, you will notice a side folding stock that resembles that of the MK5 in both form and function. In essence, the JG T3-SASF is the perfect CQB gun, lightweight, compact and high performing and at this price it cant be beat.
Muzzle Velocity: 320-340 FPS
Magazine Capacity: 500 Rounds
Package Includes: Gun, Magazine, Battery, Charger, Claw Optic Mount
Side Folding Stock
Short Front End
Single Rail Attachment Point
- Optic and flashlight are NOT included.
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