Classic Army ECS PXG 9 AEG Airsoft SMG w/ Auto Drum (Black)[38402 / ENF010P-1 / CA-ENF010P-1]
Classic Army refined the SMG airsoft gun with its breakthrough Nemesis X9! Now it's back to do it again with the PXG9! This polymer airsoft SMG features many of the same benefits of it's predecessor, including the compact size and stick magazines, but with a lighter weight and lower cost of entry.
The PXG 9 is perfect for players who like to play CQB. With a short profile and skinny magazines, it is easy to keep weight down and maintain ammo superiority on the field. The PDW stock this gun has attached includes more than enough room for even the most powerful of batteries so that you can harness the power of it's ECS trigger system. Familiar controls mimic what you would find on an M4, so that you don't have to change the way you operate your airsoft gun.
Internally, the PXG9 features many of the same features as it's full-metal cousin. This includes the ECS Trigger system, which gives you programmable fire control settings, meaning you can access burst fire modes, turn off full auto and go semi only, or open it up in full auto quickly and efficiently through pulls of the trigger. No computer or bluetooth required! The insides of this gun also feature a tight bore barrel for excellent range. This means the PXG9 is more than capable of medium range gameplay, laying down accurate fire to hit targets at distance, or keep heads down while you become the ultimate aggressor.
This package deal also includes the auto winding X9 drum magazine. This 1200 round drum is the perfect fit for turning this gun into a pocket LMG. It's lightweight, easy to insert and remove, and doesn't take up space the way bulky box magazines for larger guns tend to do. Never worry about running out of ammunition again!
The X9 made breaching doors easier. The PXG9 just made it affordable for everyone! This GI Exclusive is the ultimate choice for anyone wanting to change up their play style without breaking the bank!
Manufacturer: Classic Army
Model: PXG 9
Muzzle Velocity: 330-350 FPS
Magazine Capacity: 1x 120, 1x 1200 rds
Package Includes: Gun, Magazine, Drum Magazine
Warranty Length: 90 Days
Warranty Handler: Classic Army (Warranty Policy)
- M-LOK Compatible Rail System
- Polymer Receiver
- Quick-change Motor Grip
- Low Resistance Wire W/ Small Tamiya Plug
- Quick Change Spring System
- Reinforced 9mm Bearing Gearbox
- 6.03mm Inner Barrel
- Programmable Electronic Control System (ECS) - 3 / 5-round Burst, Motor Protection, & Low Battery Detection
- Ambidextrous Fire Controls
- 90 Day Manufacturer Warranty
- Battery and charger are NOT included.
- Manufacturer: Classic Army
- Muzzle Velocity: 330-350 FPS
- Magazine Capacity: 1x 120, 1x 1200 rds
- Fire Mode: Safe - Programmable
- Package Includes: Gun, Magazine, Drum Magazine
- Connector: Small Tamiya
Looking for a gun to play CQB. I normally play outdoors, but my friends started to play indoors more. At the time i bought this, the package was priced at the normal cost of the gun by itself. This gun is so dope! light weight and compact. Shoots straight and far. FPS is about 330. The PDW style looks good, but i would prefer an M4 style adjustable stock.
-Great trigger response.
-ROF is pretty good with an 11.1v
-Great range and accuracy with how short the barrel is.
-Basically got the drum mag and suppressor for free.
-Similar controls to a M4. (selector and mag release)
-Programmable fire modes.
-PDW stock has a lot of battery space, but I would prefer a buffer tube and adjustable stock.
-Its very small, still getting used to.
No problems with the gun itself. More of personal preference.
Great gun, nice and light comes with the drum mag! make sure you buy a 9v batter so you can run the drum.
My favorite PDW I own and the drum magazine really pulls this gun together. Reloading is for suckers and often gets you killed which is why the drum is one of my favorite things about it.
where is the battery stored?
I might buy this gun and I want to know there it is stored so I can find a battery for this gun
1417 days ago
(I have this same question)
Most players prefer using a stick lipo battery stored in the buffer tube of this SMG.
1409 days ago
What is the inner barrel length?
How long is the inner barrel?
1438 days ago
(I have this same question)
1437 days ago