AGM MKII Sten AEG Airsoft SMG (Black)[P08B01][08173 / MP058 / AGMSTENMK2]
The AGM Full Metal MKII Sten Airsoft Gun is easily the best replica of the Sten on the market and will impress any caliber of airsoft player. The AGM MKII Sten is constructed completely out of a high quality metal that gives the gun a very solid feeling when held. The Sten is a very simple gun, you won't find any folding stocks or rail systems here and that is what makes this gun so easy to use. The Sten only features the bare essentials, a full size stock, magazine, trigger, charging handle, and heat shield are the only externals featured on the gun which only fires in the full auto mode. The AGM Sten features extremely well built internals that sound great when fired and are able to produce a fps of around 300-330 with a rate of fire around 16 BPS on a 9.6 battery. There is truly no better MKII Sten replica on the market in terms of quality and reliability.
Magazine capacity: 40 rounds
Muzzle Velocity: 300-330
Package Includes: Gun, Battery, Charger, Magazine, Speed loader, manual.
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- Manufacturer: AGM
- Muzzle Velocity: 300-330
Got this gun about a month ago as a birthday gift, and i must say it sure packs some heat. The sten is a great gun for WW2 enthusiasts or for players who want a small submachine gun. When i recieved it, it was more than i was expecting, everything is made out of metal pretty much, and this gun has a custom gearbox also. I plugged a 9.6v battery into the sten, and it sure can hammer away at what your shooting, only problem I had was lack of mags. Overall I highly recommend the sten because it is a small gun thats a great collectors item and for small enclosed spaces.
- nice gearbox
-realistic feel and weight
-A little play in stock but barley anything
-sorta akward to hold
-come with one 50 round mag which means you should buy more
Well made, nice finish, sturdy as the original. Could be a bit heavier to match the original but not bad. Shoots well and has acceptable accuracy.
Lots of detail
Easy to work on such as changing battery (if you could get a spare that is)
No replacement batteries to be found, the buttstock tube is quite small and no stick battery I have found so far fits in.
Just got this beauty in today Ive been looking forward to getting it for weeks. Im not sure if i was just very unlucky and received a bad one or if i the issues i had occurred with other owners as well. As soon as I got it out of the box I was instantly let down when I noticed how wobbly the stock and hand guard were, they are each connected to the gun by one screw (which is why its not sturdy I assume). I got over it and was just ready to shoot it so I took the stock off the put the 8.4v stock battery it came with in, and imagine that! It doesnt fit! All in all Im pretty disappointed considering I had a WWII sim at my local field coming up next week.
Mag fits nicely with no wobble
Uncomfortable to hold
Battery (THAT CAME WITH GUN) does not fit.
Wobbly stock and hand guard.
No clue how it shoots due to battery not fitting and not having a spare.
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Could I use the new Burst Wizard mosfet to make this burst or shoot semi? If so, what connector should I use?
2848 days ago
(I have this same question)
There will be battery compartment issues with the MOSFET. If you do choose to use a mosfet, then yes, you could have this gun shoot semi/burst.
2847 days ago
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