Echo 1 Troy Industries TRX10 Battle AEG Airsoft Rifle (Black)[P04D00][22214 / ECHO AEG TROY TRX10 (JP-120)]
You would expect a quality airsoft gun from a company whose employees play the game, and that's what you get from the Echo1USA brand. As avid airsoft players, these folks know exactly what goes into a good airsoft gun. At the same time, they understand that you, the customer, are looking for affordability as well as quality.
The Troy series by Echo1 has always been trusted to produce great looks and high quality. Now this awesome combination has been updated with some slick new accessories.
The Echo 1 Troy Industries TRX10 is a great gun for short to medium engagement distances. Weighing in at about 6 1/2 pounds, this gun is substantial and solid but comfortable to carry and delivers high accuracy. The upper rail lets you mount optics for sighting in on your opponents so you can take full advantage of this weapon's deadly accuracy. Licensed by Troy Industries, this Echo 1 Troy Industries TRX10 Battle Black AEG Airsoft Rifle from Airsoft GI looks as badass as it fires.
The new Troy lineup now comes standard with a metal body, a big improvement over the previous polymer version. This gun also includes a TRX rail system, Battle Axe grip, Battle Axe stock, flip-up sights, custom trigger guard and extended magazine release.
Manufacturer: Echo 1
Model: Troy TRX10 CQB
Muzzle Velocity: 410-415 FPS
Magazine Capacity: 300rd
Package Includes: Gun, Magazine, Battery, Charger
- Troy TRX 10" Rail System
- Fully Licensed By Troy Industries
- Troy Flip Up Sights
- Troy Battle Axe 6 position Adjustable Stock with QD Sling Adapter
- Extended Magazine Release
- Reinforced Version 2 Gearbox
- 6.01mm Diameter Inner Barrel
- Madbull 60 Degree Bucking
- Optic is NOT included.
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- Manufacturer: ECHO 1
- Muzzle Velocity: 410-415 FPS
- Magazine Capacity: 300rds
- Fire Mode: Safe - Semi - Auto
- Color: Black
- Package Includes: Gun, Magazine, Battery, Charger
- Outer Barrel Length: 1pc 11� Metal
- Stock Type: Troy Battle Axe 6 position Adjustable with QD Sling Adapter
- Handguard: Troy TRX 10�
- Sight: Troy Flip Up
- Overall Length Extended: 30�inch
- Overall Length Retracted: 27�inch
- Weight Empty: 6.5lbs
- Cylinder Head Type: Standard Version 2
- Cylinder Type: Type 1 M4 Style
- Piston Head Type: Ported Polymer
- Piston Type: Reinforced Full Steel Tooth Polycarb Body
- Spring Guide Type: Metal End Plate with Polymer Shaft
- Bushing Size: 8mm
- Bushing Type: Steel Bearings
- Gear Set Type: Steel with Large Sector Gear Clip
- Anti Reverse Latch Type: Standard Version 2
- Motor Type: Long Type Semi-Torque
- Inner Barrel Length: 280mm
- Fuse: No
- MOSFET: No
- Connector: Small Tamiya
- Warranty: Manufacturer 30 Day Warranty
- Primary Build Material: Metal
- Gear Box: Version 2
I just bought this gun a week and a half ago, and I'm seriously unimpressed. This is my first airsoft gun, and I thought I was getting a huge deal. Like everyone else mentioned, the magazine is a waste. It won't feed right, it is difficult to get it to lock into place, and it rattles...alot. I planned on getting midcaps anyway, so I went ahead and bought it. It does not come with rail segments, so if you want attachments, that means more money. It takes open heart surgery to install the included battery, (get a new battery if you plan to keep this rifle, as the included battery is only a 800 or 1,000 mah) and I have to cram the lid shut on the stock afterwards, and it feels like I'm pinching the wires, sure enough, I am. I've looked up videos on youtube, and I watched one specifically made by the manufacturer, and I am STILL struggling to fit the included battery into the stock properly; I have yet to suceed. The charging handle feels incredibly cheap and the dust cover was poorly designed. When I open the dust cover to adjust the hop-up, it feels like I'm going to rip the charging handle out of the rifle, so I have to be extremely gentle, and when I go to close the dust cover, it latches shut with a plastic tab. On my real AR-15, I can shut the dust cover easily, but I have to either take something like a paper clip and push that tab down to close the dust cover, or I just push the dust cover until it clicks shut. I believe that over time, that plastic tab will break, causing your dust cover to remain open, exposing your piston and hop up to the elements. The gun looks so cool, the iron sights are clear and awesome looking, as does the handguard, and when I test fired the weapon, I got outstanding trigger response and a decent rate of fire from the partially charged 8.4v battery the gun came with. The guts of the gun are also supposed to be rock solid and incredibly reliable PLUS it's lipo ready. However, these features are just not enough to make me want to spend $220 on the weapon. If you're going to spend that much, you might as well spend the extra $20 and get the KWA VM4A1, KWA is known for their outstanding reliability, and I believe that is what I'll invest into. I strongly regret buying this rifle, and I haven't even had it long, I WILL be returning this, as I am not satisfied with my purchase based on initial impressions. I apologize for being "that guy" Airsoft Gi. I am not trying to just complain about my product I recieved, I just don't want anyone else to make the mistake I did.
*Looks absolutely sexy, and feels awesome in your hands
*Iron sights are clear and awesome looking
*guts of the gun are rock solid and reliable
*metal used in construction is quality steel
*Mag is trash
*battery will need to be replaced
*even tho it's a battleaxe stock, there's hardly any space for battery and wires - wires get PINCHED
*Dust cover will surely break over time, exposing piston and hop up to elements
*no rail segments = more money if you want attachments
*Charging handle is cheap, MUST BE EXTREMELY GENTLE
*most certainly not worth the $220 :(
Solid midlength carbine. Very cool rail if you don't want to do any thing like a grip.
For a replica rail this is very close to the real thing. Stock feels like my real troy stock too but with room for airsoft batts
Having difficulty finding mid caps that will fit this gun, tried G&P, O-Mags, Elite Arms and nothing works. They often fit in the gun but don't feed at all.
847 days ago
(I have this same question)
You might try a new hop up unit for feeding. This also could be an issue with the nozzle or tappet plate. Though pin pointing an issue with a rifle over a QnA box.
846 days ago
I have spent hours searching for rail segments that work for this gun. I have found none yet. Can anyone please provide a link? I am getting frustrated as this advertises a TRX rail but does not work with trx railsegments
1009 days ago
(I have this same question)
It takes real rail segments for the real Troy rail
905 days ago
I just purchased this, and i can not find the battery specs anywhere.. What type/size battery is this, also if there is a recommended battery upgrade for it.
1184 days ago
(I have this same question)
Most players prefer using a 7.4v stick lipo battery.
892 days ago
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