The D Boy Full Metal M4 CQBR is a phenomenal new CQB gun from D Boy. Forget the D Boy you think you know, they've turned over a new leaf and have broken into the market for high quality airsoft guns. The internals of this gun have been revamped from the D Boy of old, making it more reliable and harder hitting. The exterior of this AEG can only be described one way, solid! The one piece outer barrel does not wobble at all. The RIS hand guards sit very snug inside the TM Style delta ring for an unwavering font hand platform. The Full Metal Body has a very stylish matte black finish. Finally the crane stock is very well made, which equates to higher stability, more accuracy, and batter space. When in use the gearbox sounds like a well oiled machine, smooth as silk. This is without a doubt the best bang for buck full metal M4 CQB on the market!
Model: M4 CQBR
Muzzle Velocity: 400+
Magazine Capacity: 300 rounds
Weight: 8 Pounds
Package Includes: gun, magazine, battery, charger, rail cover panels , and barrel extension.
Full metal construction
High quality rail system
Adjustable crane stock
Full metal, high performance internals
- Product does NOT include Scope.
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