Classic Army has set the bar for high end airsoft guns over the last couple years. They were the first company to offer airsoft guns with metal bodies for an affordable price. They have created a reputation for quality and enabled airsoft to flourish here in the United States. Now Classic Army has released their Sportline series, geared towards new players. This new line of plastic AEGs has the same quality of Classic Army for an even more affordable price.
The M15A4 series features a metal outer barrel that eliminates much of the barrel wobble associated with plastic airsoft guns that have a multi-piece barrel. In addition the CA M15A4 RIS has a crane stock that can hold a crane stock battery pack(not included) and allow the user to adjust the length to their preferences. When the carry handle is removed it allows the user to mount a wide variety of optics onto the rifle. The rail system gives the user the option to mount vertical grips, lasers, or flashglights. All these features and the overall length of M15A4 RIS make it excellent for indoor and outdoor games.
Manufacturer: Classic Army
Gearbox: Ver. 2
Accuracy: 120 feet
Barrel Length: 363mm
Inner Barrel Diameter: 6.08mm
Muzzle Velocity: 320-350fps
Magazine Capacity: 300 rounds
Battery Pack Size: Crane Stock Type
Easy Disassembly Body
Licensed ARMALITE Logo
High Torque High Speed Motor
Metal High Capacity Magazine (300Rd)
Metal Working Cocking Handle and Bolt Cover
Removable Carry Handle with Metal Rear Sight
Metal Outer Barrel
Scope, laser, vertical grip and flip rear sight are not included
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