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Kalashnikov AK-47 RIS w/ Folding Stock Airsoft Gun Licensed by Cybergun
[07037 / 12930]
by M. PRATER Date Added: Friday 07 June, 2013
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This Cybergun Kalashnikov is amazing. I have had this for 2 years and it is still running strong!! Its great for beginners and for the pros. This gun is the definition of an AK47, works great, long lasting, durable, long range, accurate, and it gets the job done!!! Its also suppressor/silencer compatible, just take off the orange tip and a suppressor or silencer can go right on it. I have a suppressor on mine. One thing i love about it is the pistol grip. It is really comfortable and sturdy after all this time. Dont think because its not a cyma ak that its not good. This gun is made from cyma parts and Cybergun internals. Eveytime I use it at a war I have a positive kill-death ratio. I used at Bad Karma Airsoft Field in Nashville TN and I killed 12 ppl and died 2 times and there is 100+ ppl there. The Cybergun licensed AK47 Kalashnikov is one of the best AKs on the market.

Polymer folding fore grip, polymer front hand grip, rails, and pistol grip. Polymer fiber receiver. Metal barrel, trigger, trigger guard, mag release, and metal front and back iron sights. Metal battery cover (top of receiver). Metal sling mount. Full metal gear box. Clean iron sights and they are adjustable. Polymer 600 round magazine.

This gun has 2 cons. The original magazine. Mine broke 2 times but i fixed it recently. I recommend going over to AirsoftMegastore.com and getting the 10 dollar JG hi-cap AK mag, its full metal and really nice. The other con is the folding stock. Im not a fan of it cuz it wiggles a little bit. The gun itself is still great. I highly recommend it.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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Kalashnikov AK-47 RIS w/ Folding Stock Airsoft Gun Licensed by Cybergun
[07037 / 12930]

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