Echo 1 Ohio Ordnance Works M1918 SLR Airsoft Gun[P06A01][12032 / ECHO AEG M1918 SLR (JP-77)]
Since its inception the Echo1USA brand has strived to provide clients with uncompromising quality of products and customer service. As avid Airsoft players themselves, they are able to understand the needs of the sport and the frustration with inferior products. Echo 1's commitment to yielding the finest most affordable Airsoft Guns and Accessories on the market today is steadfast, and remains the foundation of they're continued success.
The M1918 SLR is officially licensed by Ohio Ordnance Works and is a World War II based squad weapon. For the airsofters, reenactors and collectors the SLR is a great buy due to its steel and aluminum with faux wood body. The M1918 SLR gun built like a tank on the outside and the inside. The steel bipod is adjustable and can lock into place. The M1918 is weighs close to 14 pounds and is equipped with a metal front and rear sling loop. The gearbox is like Echo 1's Ohio Ordnance Works M240B and uses the quick change spring guide so you can take the stock FPS that is 410~ and drop it to a lower fps if needed. The M1918 uses a 8mm bearing gearbox using steel gears and a nylon piston. A MOSFET is also built in with fuse and low resistance wires. The M1918 SLR is solid built gearbox joined with a AK styled hop up unit and MadBull bucking. Installed is a long 509mm brass inner barrel ready to be used out in the field.
Manufacturer: Echo 1
Gearbox Type: M240 QD
Muzzle Velocity: 395-405FPS
Magazine Capacity: 180 rounds
Package Includes: gun, 2 magazines, battery, charger, and cleaning rod
Real Firearm Logo
Built In Mosfet
Front and Rear Sling Mounts
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- Manufacturer: ECHO 1
- Outer Barrel Length: 24"
- Stock Type: proprietary
- Handguard: proprietary
- Sight: proprietary
- Overall Length Extended: 48"
- Overall Length Retracted: N/A
- Cylinder Head Type: Ver 3
- Cylinder Type: 3/4 port
- Piston Head Type: polycarb ported
- Piston Type: polycarb w/ full metal half tooth rack
- Air Nozzle Type: AK
- Tappet Plate Type: proprietary, modified Ver6
- Spring Type: ~m120
- Spring Guide Type: Proprietary (M240B)
- Bushing Size: 8mm
- Bushing Type: AGM style bearings
- Gear Set Type: Standard Ratio
- Switch/Wire Type: Proprietary
- Selector Plate Type: none
- Cut Off Lever Type: none
- Anti Reverse Latch Type: standard
- Motor Type: Short
- Hop Up Type: AK
- Inner Barrel Length: 455mm
- Sector Gear Clip: none
- Fuse: 15A
- MOSFET: included
- Quick Spring Change: included
- Primary Build Material: metal, platsic furniture
- Gear Box: Proprietary (M24
- Spring Release: N/A
I recently purchased the Echo1 Ohio Ordnance Works M1918 SLR, it's a very nice rifle, true to scale and function a great rifle for either display or WW2 re-enacting. Shipping was phenomenal used three day UPS, my rifle left California on Monday and arrived at my home on the east cost on Wednesday. The first thing I did to my gun was to remove the bipod next I removed the carry handle, then I added a reproduction sling for the BAR. Can't wait to get this awesome airsoft rifle on the field.
1. True scale airsoft rifle
2. Can accommodate any type of battery, lipo ready
3. Great range when using a 11.1v lipo
4. Rate of fire is awesome
5. Front sight is great but the rear could use a little more refinement.
1. The barrel was scratched from the bipod legs, easy fix before shipping, add another layer of wrap around the barrel.
2. Barrel is two piece, if this rifle is dropped and hits the barrel an airsofter could be looking at replacing both the inner and outer barrels.
3. Spare parts are un-available.
4. Could use a larger capacity mag
The Echo 1 M1918A3 BAR is one of the most solid built airsoft guns I've owned to date and I've owned quite a few since 1999. Everything on it is metal except the furniture and its made of a very dense, quality plastic. With the bi-pod and carry handle she's a lot to tote around, even for big guy like me, so I removed them and that dropped the weight considerably. The safety selector switch is easy to manipulate and accessing the hop-up is easy by pulling back the charging handle. It locks back so you don't have to fight with keeping it open as you do adjustments. The rear sight is very nice and fully adjustable. The stock has foam inside that has been shaped to hold the stick battery but it's removable/adaptable for allowing a larger or different shape battery to fit. The back of the stock has the cleaning kit door that allows access to the battery compartment but unless the foam is removed it's almost impossible to use it. Currently I remove the 2 screws from the butt plate to install/remove the battery which is not a big deal to me since I'm use to removing the butt plate from my TM Thompson for the same reason. Velocity out of the box was 400 - 408 fps with .20 BBs. Overall this gun is a beast and I'm really impressed!
Built like a tank!
Working Bipod and Carry Handle that can be removed without much trouble.
High rate of fire
Fully adjustable rear sight
Easy to use safety/selector switch
Large Battery capacity
Really, REALLY heavy! (much lighter though without he bipod and carry handle)
Extremely long. Definitely not for CQB or running through the thick under brush.
Butt Plate has to be removed to access the battery compartment.
Awkward magazine release
Ordered and received the Echo 1 Ohio Ordnance Works M 1918 a week ago. Packed well, solid rifle, came with four magazines. Myself, I always examine the product, and try to iron out any imperfections, if possible. I noticed that the magazine had a little wobble when inserted. Using two small pieces of velco on each side of the entrance to the magazine well worked great. However, test shooting was a different story. With four magazines , which had came with the rifle , did not feed well. they were all lubricated , properly wounded, all failed to feed after around fifty shots, leaving the bulk of BB's still in the magazine. Tried to rewind, but same results. The springs in each magazine seem to unwind automatically as soon you place it in the rifle well. The shots I did get to fire , did reach about 120 Ft. The hop up unit was difficult to adjust , due to magazine problem and being a automatic rifle, shot only 50 shots at a time. Other than that , the rifle was O.K. (If anyone has suggestions on this feeding problem, please enlighten me ). I do like the replica WW11 rifles,I just like them to work properly. Also, anyone who pays full price for this rifle might want to think twice !
Good replica of the real rifle.
Heavy and very solid.
Shoots about 120 Ft.
After that mag. well fix I mentioned, mags. fit solid.
Watching you tube on this rifle, said the internals were of good quality.
If your a WW 11 collector of rifles, this is one to add to your collection.
Magazine feeding problem ( I believe it must be a spring problem in the magazines ) .
When removing the magazines, a steam of BB's follow.
NOT worth the money, I bought on sale for $179.99 Plus a Shipping Charge of $30.00 .
Are there any available upgrades for it?
I mean, internally of course. I already know it comes with mosfet, but can you put let's say a miracle barrel, among other things?
2575 days ago
(I have this same question)
Please email [email protected]
2573 days ago
How long do I charge the battery that comes with the gun for?
2642 days ago
(I have this same question)
For information on battery charging times, and basic airsoft gun maintenance, please refer to our Airsoft 101, and FAQs pages. <p> http://www.airsoftgi.com/101/ </p>
2640 days ago
How does it weigh
What its weight
2677 days ago
(I have this same question)
Per Echo 1 Specifications: 13.5lbs.
2675 days ago