The Elite Force CQC AEG Airsoft Gun is another great addition to Elite Force's already impressive lineup of AEG's, and a perfect option for the player who wants to dominate on the CQB field, but doesn't want to spend a ton of money to do so. The upper and lower receivers are constructed out of a high quality nylon fiber polymer, which helps the overall weight of the gun to stay low, while allowing the gun to still remain surprisingly durable. Mounted to that upper receiver is a metal quad rail RIS unit that is very compact, but is still perfect for mounting accessories like flashlights, lasers, cameras, or the included vertical grip. The crane stock houses the battery, and is adjustable, allowing the user to change the overall length of the gun to fit their play style. Finally, the monolithic top rail is perfect for mounting the included Elite Force flip-up sights, or any of your favorite optics. So if you are looking for a great new CQB AEG that will allow you to tightly round corners and clear rooms with ease, be sure to pick up the Elite Force CQC AEG Airsoft Gun today.
Manufacturer: Elite Force
Model: CQC AEG Airsoft Gun
Magazine Capacity: 300 rounds
Muzzle Velocity: 300-330 FPS
Package Includes: Gun, magazine, cleaning rod, vertical grip
High quality polymer construction
Metal RIS unit
Adjustable crane stock
- This item does NOT include a Red Dot Sight.
- Battery and charger are NOT included.
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