Airsoft GI Custom Desert PSW AEG Airsoft Gun (Tan)
Manufacturer: Airsoft GI
M4 CQB Crane Stock High Capacity Special Purpose M4A1
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The Airsoft GI Custom PSW is another unique custom straight from our tech’s work bench. The PSW is based upon the G4 AEG and features a nylon fiber receiver and a full metal version 2 gearbox with high quality parts along with pneumatic blowback which makes for a unique firing experience. The front end of the PSW features the Madbull PRI Gen 3 7” Rail system. The PRI forearm features 4 rails, 3” rails at the 12, 3, 6, and 9 O’clock positions which gives the user more then ample room to mount accessories such as lights, lasers, Contour cameras or even a forward mounted optic. Inside the rail is a Madbull 7” outer barrel which is a perfect pairing with the PRI forearm and is a very durable and great looking piece. To finish the front end off a Socom Gear KX3 flash hider is included which gives the gun a very aggressive look as well as giving the gun a very distinct sound upon firing. At the rear of the gun is a Crane style stock which gives the user the ability to use a nun-chuck style battery. The Airsoft GI Custom PSW is truly unique gun that is great for any CQB or MOUT style player and will definitely impress even the most veteran of airsofters.
Manufacturer: Airsoft GI
Model: Custom Desert PSW
Muzzle Velocity: 280-300 fps
Magazine Capacity: 450 rounds
PRI Rail System
G4 Base AEG
Crane Style Stock
Nylon Polymer Body
Holosight and Flashlight are not included.
This gun does not come with a battery and charger.
|Magazine Capacity||450 Rds|
|Fire Mode||Safe Semi Full|
|Package Includes||Gun Magazine Unjamming Rod Noveske KX3|
|Primary Build Material||Polymer|
|Outer Barrel Length||6 inches|
|Stock Type||Crane Stock|
|Handguard||Madbull PRI Gen 3 7 inch Tan|
|Overall Length Extended||29 inches|
|Overall Length Retracted||25 inches|
|Gear Box||G&G Blowback Gearbox (Ver. 2)|
|Cylinder Head Type||Polycarbonate|
|Cylinder Type||G&G Blowback Cylinder|
|Piston Head Type||Polycarbonate|
|Air Nozzle Type||M4/M16|
|Tappet Plate Type||Ver. 2|
|Spring Type||G&G 120|
|Spring Guide Type||Ver. 2 G&G Metal Spring Guide|
|Bushing Type||Brass Bushings|
|Gear Set Type||G&G Standard Ver. 2|
|Switch/Wire Type||M4 Rear Wired|
|Selector Plate Type||M4|
|Cut Off Lever Type||Ver. 2|
|Anti Reverse Latch Type||G&G Blowback Anti-Reversal Latch|
|Motor Type||G&G Standard Motor (Long)|
|Hop Up Type||Plastic|
|Inner Barrel Length||203 mm|
|Sector Gear Clip||No|
|Quick Spring Change||No|
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|   2012-11-26 19:03:46|
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For: Airsoft GI Custom Desert PSW AEG Airsoft Gun (Tan)
today, i finally recieved this gun from ups. the packaging was nothing special but it gets the job done. right when i pulled it out of the box, the first thing i did was pull the charging handle back. it didnt move at all. ALSO if you try and change the orange tip to the KX3 amplifier that comes in the box, you automatically void your warranty. which is half retarded because they give you and item, but you cant use it unless you want no warranty. AND is you try and remove the RIS, your warranty is stripped. so basically, if you try and add the amplifier, your warranty is gone. but what ticked me was when i pulled the charging handle back; the the 3 back pieces of it fell off.
1)is perfect size for CQB.
2) it feels sturdy
3) the gearbox IS NOT a cheap piece of crap. IT IS very nicely built and has a strong steel outercore.
4)it shoots pretty fast with a 9.6v nicd (the battery was half charged)
overall, its nicely built, shoots fast, comes with a mag and an amplifiar.
1) if you do anything to the gun, BAM, no warranty.
2)the fps for my gun was tested at 285 with .20s my nerf gun can shoot that.
3)the techs must have rushed my gun, and forgot to fully piece my gun together..
all in all, i had to fix the charging handle myself. (only a 3 hour job, no big deal ._.)
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|This product was added to our catalog on Monday 23 April, 2012.
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