FN Herstal Full Metal SCAR CQC Carbine AEG Airsoft Rifle by G&G (Black)[R10B00][07731 / 20905]
The G&G Full Metal FN Herstal SCAR CQC (Licensed by Cyber Gun) is one of the most flexible AEG on the market and has a wide range of features that set it apart. The lower receiver is similar in dimensions to the M4/M16 and is constructed from heavy duty polymers; the magazine release, selector lever, bolt release are in the same position and there is a M16A2 style pistol grip. Although it is designed to feel and have many of the same controls as the M4/M16 series it improves upon them in many ways. The upper receiver, for example, is now one piece and has an uninterrupted picatinny rail on the top of the receiver, effectively doing away with the delta ring. G&G included two removable side rails and a removable bottom rail that can be used for mounting flashlights like the GP6 combat light or numerous other accessories. Like many other G&G AEG the G-MK16 has a functional bolt release/stop that allows the user to adjust the hop-up without holding back the charging handle. The butt stock is side folding retractable with six positions and an adjustable cheek rest. When folded the stock locks onto the shell deflector but does not get in the way of the ejection port/hop-up or the trigger. The sights fold down out of the way for clear vision through an optic system, such as the G&P Aimpoint replica. As an added bonus G&G has included a bag of bbs, an instructional DVD, and a bipod vertical foregrip. With all these features and a price of only $380 dollars the G&G G-MK16 CQC is hard to beat.
Gearbox: Ver. 2
Accuracy: 120 feet
Muzzle Velocity: 330-350 fps
Magazine Capacity: 450 rounds
Battery Pack Size: Mini/Small Battery
Package Includes: gun, manual, cleaning rod, 450 round magazine, instructional DVD
- Aluminum Upper Receiver
- Polymer Lower Receiver
- Functional Bolt Stop
- Adjustable Cheek Rest
- M16A2 Style Pistol Grip
- Ambidextrous Selector Lever
- Ambidextrous Magazine Release
- Flip-Up Front & Rear Sight
- Bipod Vertical Grip Included
- Removable Picatinny Rail Panels
- Attachment Points for Mounting Slings
- Full Length Rail Along Upper Receiver
- Six Position Retractable & Side Folding Stock
Country of Origin:
- Manufacturer: Cybergun
- Muzzle Velocity: 400-420 fps
- Fire Mode: Safe, Semi, Full-Auto
- Color: Black
- Material: Metal / Polymer
- Battery Pack: Not Included
- Package Includes: One (1) Full Metal SCAR CQC, One (1) Included Magazine
- Stock Type: Adjustable
- Handguard: Rail System
- Primary Build Material: Metal / Polymer
I received mine in the Epic Mystery Box, first off i must say this gun looks fantastic! everything is sturdy, nothing wabbles, and for the price i paid for it i cant complain ($250) i havent been able to actually fire it yet since its actually arrived in the mail broken.... the bolt catch isnt working and i will not try to fire the gun until im 100% certain that it will not cause the gun to break any more then it already is. AIRSOFT GI please get back with me to get this rifle fixed! THANK YOU
looks and feels awesome
nice bi-pod front grip that came with the rifle
magazine fits like a glove ( doesnt shake at all)
ugly orange tip ( i know its the law)
Well, I've used quite a few airsoft guns over the years and I have to say this one is one of the best. I got a few months ago and already it's been put through the ringer a few times.
First of all, I live in Washington State, which means almost every time I go to an outdoor airsoft match, it's raining. I've played in multiple wars with this thing, some lasting all day, and no matter how wet it got it's still kickin hard. (Mind you I have not submerged it, that would just be stupid.)
Now, the gun I got comes with a high torque motor and what I believe is a 120-130 spring. I'm not sure if that's standard or just the one that I got, but it's pretty great for me. This results in a decreased rate of fire, but higher power level. (Something I appreciate.) Though it only fires about 700rpm, the range is a good 150ft with .23 bbs despite the fact that it's the CQB version.
I usually hate foregrips, however the grip pod that comes with it impressed me som much I found myself using it.
The sights are adjustable, the battery compartment is HUGE (I was able to fit a 2200mah 7.4v LiPo in it), and the whole gun is very durable. All in all, a truly great gun. Can't wait to put an EGLM on it. 5 stars!
-Very large battery compartment, virtually the whole stock.
-Sturdy, solid feeling, and water resistant (All polymer and metal).
-Very powerful for a CQB gun, high torque motor and thick spring and well as high grade gearbox -are stock.
-G&G, non-China brand and manufacturing.
-450rd High Cap M16/M4 mag.
-Solid RIS system with lots of room.
-LiPo ready, though I wouldn't suggest a 11.1v. Go with the 7.4v, your gun will last longer.
The cons are kind of just preference cons...
-Heavy (About 7lbs, though I really like that feature).
-Lower rate of fire due to high power, but that hasn't stopped me yet.
-Doesn't come with a battery but I always stick a LiPo in anyway.
Now when i first bought the gun originally it was going to be my back up for my m4 during a OP. I had a certain goal with it and it was to turn it into a Grenadier setup with a EGLM attachment and now its currently my Starter gun with said EGLM. Now when i first held the gun i was surprise by the weight of the gun and that it wasn't too heavy thanks to the lower poly and upper metal receiver just like the real thing. It has a high Fps out of the box around 400-415 on .2 though once broken in goes down to 390s which is perfect for GA fields. It had a good bit of range as well, good for field use regardless of smaller barrel. It is also very ambidextrous friendly since i do tend to switch hands depending on cover and environment and like the name applies CQC friendly. One thing i was a bit put off was the lower rate of fire that it came with around 11-12 rounds a second with a 9.6 so i do recommend upgrading the motor for a decent rate but overall a great gun for your collection.
Pros: High FPS though can be a con depending on field rules
Smaller barrel length makes it good for indoors or MOUT locations as well as field.
Good Range for smaller barrel
Plenty of rail attachment and space
Side folding stock for shorter length and ease of storage and a free bipod
Cons would be a low Rate of fire on 9.6. Recommend upgrading motor
Bipod feels a bit cheap
A little getting use to on putting the battery which is in the stock and may require tools to take off.
Flash hider birdcage looks a bit out of place
What type of connector does this gun have?
1879 days ago
(I have this same question)
It should have a small type connector
1877 days ago
||what suppressor whould u recommend for this gun||0 answers
how is this gun with all the different brands of m4 mags? my kwa doesnt really accept many types and i want to be able to share mags with almost anyone on the field using m4 mags.
1912 days ago
(I have this same question)
Marq personally owns one. He says he can use over 10 different types of highcaps and midcaps and they all feed flawlessly.
1912 days ago
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