To promote gun safety, Airsoft GI has included this gun/gun bag deal to help you transport your airsoft gun from home to your local field. It is important that you always keep your gun in a gun bag and away from the public eye.
The Combat Machine M4 Raider with Polymer RIS Airsoft Gun features a Rail Interface System made completely out of polymer. Being made out of polymer, you would think the rail would be flimsy and unreliable, however it is just the opposite. The rail is very solid and does not wobble or flex at all, you can't tell that the rail is not metal unless you actually hold the gun. The polymer rail system is a great addition to the already great Combat Machine line. The use of polymer for the RIS keeps the cost of the gun and the overall weight down. Of course as with all Combat Machine AEGs, a high grade durable polymer is used for the body and the battery is held in the crane stock.
The 36" Gun Bag is a great way to store and transport your rifle. The rifle compartment is padded to protect your gun and on the outside there are smaller compartments to carry magazines or other miscellaneous accessories.
If you were to purchase these two products separately, you would be spending about $187. However with this combo you save about $5!
Manufacturer: Airsoft GI
Model: CM M4 Raider Battery/Charger Gun Bag Combo
Muzzle Velocity: 320-330FPS
Package Includes: Gun, Magazine, Battery, Charger, Gun Bag
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Airsoft GI is not responsible for batteries that have been damaged as a result of improper operation, storage, misuse or abuse, accident or neglect, such as physical damage resulting from misuse; contact with liquid, water, rain, extreme humidity or heavy perspiration, sand, dirt or the like, extreme heat, or food; use of the battery for commercial purposes or subjecting the battery to abnormal usage conditions, or other acts which are not the fault of Airsoft GI. Make sure you understand how your battery should be used and how long it should be charged. If you have any doubt regarding the operation, charging, or storage of your battery and/or charger, ask. A charging battery should not be left unattended and should be picked up periodically while charging to check for overheating. Do not charge batteries near flammable material. For more information regarding batteries please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions or the Airsoft GI Airsoft 101 Guide.