G&G (Guay & Guay) is a leading airsoft manufacturer most famous for their nylon fiber polymer Combat Machine line, as well as their pneumatic blow back system featured on all of their top tech professional series AEGs. They specialize in perfect 1:1 scale replica airsoft guns, and have both electric and gas airsoft products. G&G feature two main lines; their affordable combat machine line, and their Top Tech professional series. Both lines are very solid airsoft products perfect for both novice and veterans alike.
The AK-47 has been used successfully by military forces worldwide for years and has spawned a whole line of different models. The GK74 is based on the classic designs of the Kalashnikov series of assault rifles. This AEG features the traditional metal folding stock and wood grip. And, unlike other airsoft AK's the GK74 has a realistic take down procedure. Like many other AKs the GK74 includes a 600 round high capacity magazine. This model features two 11.1v Li-Po's integrated into the lower hand guard unit.
Muzzle Velocity: 360 - 400 FPS
Magazine Capacity: 600rds
Package Includes: gun, magazine, manual, 2 wood hand guards with integrated 11.1v Li-Po batteries.
Full Metal receiver
Ergonomic Pistol Grip
Real Wood Furniture
(2) Integrated 11.1v 22C 1100mah Li-Po Battery
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