Since its inception the Echo1USA brand has strived to provide clients with uncompromising quality of products and customer service. As avid Airsoft players themselves, they are able to understand the needs of the sport and the frustration with inferior products. Echo 1's commitment to yielding the finest most affordable Airsoft Guns and Accessories on the market today is steadfast, and remains the foundation of they're continued success.
The Echo1 SOG-68 is a Vietnam based carbine to bring a new take on the everyday M4 and M16 that you see on the field. The SOG-68 uses a brand new body and furniture to make a new airsoft gun for the market that will be loved by the re enactors and collectors. The gun has a solid fps of 380 out of the box and is using our tried and true Stag Arms and Troy version 2 gearbox that is 8mm steel bearing and steel gears. The SOG-68 comes with a battery and charger to get you started and two high capacity mags. The 8.4v stock battery is great to get you started but if you want to use a lipo battery you can and bump the rate of fire up to 18 bbs per second. The stock polycarb can take the lipo since the second tooth is removed and the pickup tooth is re inforced to prevent any damage. Overall the SOG-68 is a compact gun that is built up and ready for any game you go and will get you through the fight.
Manufacturer: Echo 1
Gearbox Type: Version 2
Muzzle Velocity: 360-380FPS
Magazine Capacity: 190/300 rounds
Package Includes: gun, 2 magazines, battery, charger, and cleaning rod
3 Position Retractable Stock
Polymer Handguard and Stock
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