Classic Army is a leading manufacturer of Airsoft products, setting standards for the entire industry. Classic Army produced the first full metal production M4 and MP5 AEGs. Classic Army built the first glass-filled nylon fiber AEG in their G36. Classic Army was the first to introduce a high-end SCAR AEG. Since inception, Classic Army has been an innovator in design and production of Airsoft guns for the collector and wargamer market, offering a wide selection of products to suit their customers’ tastes and needs. Through their years of experience and knowledge, Classic Army has developed their creed of Total Performance®
Another great new release from Classic Army. The folding stock locks securely into place on the right side of the gun. The front and rear sights are adjustable for different light apertures. The front hand guard on this gun has two weaver rail segments, one on the bottom for vertical grips, and another on the right side, perfect for a small light or laser. If you're looking for a sub compact rifle for CQB that's different from your average G36 and/or MP5, the SIG 552 is exactly what you need.
Manufacturer: Classic Army
Muzzle Velocity: 350-360FPS
Magazine Capacity: 220 rounds
Package includes: Gun, magazine, and cleaning rod
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