The CM057 Full Metal / Real Wood AK SVD Dragunov Sniper Rifle AEG Airsoft Gun is the ultimate choice for players looking to fulfill a long range designated marksman support position. Originally used as a support weapon in Russian infantry units, this gun's incredibly long 27 inch barrel is both intimidating and functional. Made of full metal & real wood, this gun looks and feels very realistic. The wood furniture includes the handguards, grips, and stock. A removable rubberized cheek riser provides comfort for long distance shooting. A SVD type side mount allows for the installation of a SVD style scope. Internally, the CM057 has a unique set up. It uses a 4 gear system, which allows for a lot of torque in a small space. This is an excellent AEG for collectors and players alike.
Model: CM057 SVD
Material: Full Metal / Real Wood
Magazine Capacity: 120 Rounds
Sights: AK Leaf Style
Package Includes: One (1) Gun, One (1) Magazine, One (1) Battery, One (1) Charger
- Unique 4 Gear Style Gearbox for Torque
- Very long 650mm Inner Barrel
- Iconic Russian Infantry Support Weapon
- Full Metal Construction
- Real Wood Handguards, Grip, & Stock
- SVD Style Side Mount for SVD Style Optics
- Includes Battery & Charger
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