The G&G GR15 Raider Carbine Electric Blow Back Airsoft Gun is an excellent solution for a high quality, low price, AEG. The body is made from G&G's famous high strength polymer, and the barrel, RIS, and gearbox are completely metal. The monolithic rail system is the perfect platform for mounting optics like holosights or red dot sights, and is also very sturdy for mounting vertical grips, flashlights, and other accessories. This particular rail system extends in front of the front sight to provide a longer platform for the user to grip the gun. The pneumatic blowback system adds realism to the gun without sacrificing performance or reliability. The crane stock houses the battery so the user can adjust the length of the stock to their preferences while keeping the battery wires hidden, and G&G has ensured that you will have just about everything you'll need to get out and play by including a battery and charger in the package. Overall, this is a well engineered and executed AEG from one of the most famous airsoft gun manufacturers.
Make: GR15 Raider XL Package
Muzzle Velocity: 315-330 FPS
Magazine Capacity: 450rds
Weight: 5.8 pounds
Package Includes: gun, magazine, battery, charger
Metal monolithic rail interface system
pneumatic blowback system
Adjustable crane stock
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