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®
The Magpul MOE Carbine is Classic Army’s newest addition to their line up of Magpul inspired airsoft guns. The Magpul MOE Carbine is built upon Classic Army’s well known and durable sport line M4. The Magpul MOE Carbine has been equipped with a MOE hand guard, MOE pistol grip and a MOE CTR Stock. The body of the gun is polymer with a licensed Magpul logo on the left side and PTS on the right. Shooting 320 fps and nearly 16 rounds a second, this gun is field and CQB ready out of the box. With the addition of the MOE furniture and fully licensed trade marks, this gun is sure to impress any Magpul fan.
Manufacturer: Classic Army
Model: MOE Carbine
Muzzle Velocity: 315-335 FPS
Magazine Capacity: 40 rounds
Package Includes: Gun, Magazine, Manual, Shooting Glasses, Battery and Charger, Sling.
High quality Magpul furniture
Fully licensed trade marks
High quality internals
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