Do you want an airsoft gun that will allow you to not only look tactical, but will dominate on the field as well? If so, then look no further than the G&G Full Metal GR16 R4 Carbine Airsoft Gun. This carbine-length M4 features a full metal body, giving it a very realistic look and feel, as well as a pneumatic blowback system that causes the mock bolt to cycle every time the trigger is pulled, simulating the firing of a real round. The front of the GR16 R4 features a metal RIS unit that is perfect for the addition of rail mounted accessories such as vertical grips, flashlights, lasers, cameras, etc. Finally, the most impressive feature of this airsoft gun is its built-in ready mag-style battery compartment. The battery is actually housed in the spare "magazine," eliminating the need for a crane stock or cumbersome PEQ box. Overall, the G&G Full Metal GR16 R4 Carbine Airsoft Gun is an innovative new option that is sure to make a great addition to any player's airsoft arsenal.
Model: GR16 R4
Muzzle Velocity: 390-400 FPS
Magazine Capacity: 450 rounds
Package Includes: Gun, magazine, manual, battery box magazine, rail panels, vertical grip
Full metal construction
Pneumatic blowback system
Innovative battery compartment design
Realistic look and feel
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