The AUG was made legendary with its revolutionary bull pup design that gave the gun an overall shorter length but a longer barrel. The AUG has been faithfully replicated by Classic Army. Like the true AUG the Classic Army features a unique two stage trigger; when the trigger is pulled half way it fires semi-automatic and when it is pulled all the way back it fires full automatic. The vertical grip that is integrated into the AUG has the ability to fold up or down for the users comfort. In addition the AUG Is equipped with sling swivels for the addition of a sling. Atop the AUG A2 is a weaver rail that will accept a wide range of optics such as a red dot for CQB or a 3X magnification scope for outdoors. This is a special version of the AUG A2 with an extremely short barrel, which makes this gun even better for cutting corners. Finally, since it's a sportline version gun Classic Army include a boat load of goodies with the gun like a sling, shooting glasses, battery, and charger. You can save money and rock the competition with the Classic Army AUG A2 Shorty Sportline.
Gearbox Type: Ver. 3(upgraded internals)
Magazine Capacity: 330 rounds
Muzzle Velocity: 330-340 fps
Accuracy: 120 feet
Battery Pack Size: Small battery
Package includes: gun, magazine, battery, charger, sling, shooting glasses, cleaning rod, manual
High Torque Motor
Weaver Rail for Optics
High Precision Metal Gearbox
Country of Origin:
- This airsoft gun requires a small (8.4v) battery pack. Optics shown are NOT included.
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