G&G Full Metal/Real Wood AKMS AEG Airsoft Rifle[R10C00][04990 / EGK-AKMS]
The AKMS has been used successfully by military forces worldwide for years and has spawned a whole line of different models. The AKMS is an excellent airsoft reproduction of the AK-47S manufactured by G&G. G&G has many standard features on their guns that would be considered upgrades from other companies. For example the receiver, receiver cover, and barrel assembly are full metal. The hand guard is real wood and has a very nice finish to it. For added authenticity the AKMS field strips like the real article; G&G even went so far as to include a replica bolt carrier. Like many other AKs the AKMS includes a 600 round high capacity magazine. The hi-cap magazine and the ability to take a very long stick battery in the receiver will give you an incredible advantage in any skirmish.
Gearbox Type: Ver. 3
Battery Type: Large Pack
Magazine Capacity: 600 rnds
Muzzle Velocity: 330-350 fps
Package Includes: gun, manual, magazine
Full Metal Construction
One-Piece Metal Outer Barrel
Realistic Field Stripping
Real Wood Hand guard
Metal Flash Hider
Country of Origin:
- Manufacturer: G&G
- Muzzle Velocity: 330-350 fps
Idk what this has anything to do with thins but my real AK looks just like the, the redish handgaurd, plastic pistol grip and slant type compensator and petal underfold stock, Only thing is that mine has a date of 1978 on it. Lol, I do say thou these are the prettiest AK's on the market, buy one if you have the money. Beautiful looking AK.
Alright, kids, Rael here with the real poop on this gun.
For those of you with short attention spans....buy it.
For the rest of you.....
First off, it's just plain pretty. The wood on it would look good in your living room, and the steel has a good-looking finish that screams "comrade!" Picking it up for the first time is a revelation; this is no lightweight piece o' poop plastic toy--this gun feels like the real deal. And when you hit hit the field with it, you'll find out that the feeling was right on target. I slapped a side mount rael...errr...rail...on mine, with a red dot, and I guarantee I can turn your belly pink at 150'. Easy. Turn the hop up tight, and I can put out a controllable 7' cloud at 200"+. All this...at a CQB-acceptable fps. And speaking of CQB....the folding stock?......heh...heh heh heh....solid when extended, but soooo maneuverberable when you fold it....heh heh eheh....
Bottom line: This gun will test your talent and earn you respect if you have the....ummm....ability to take it to its limits. If you are serious about this sport, or if you're an avid collector of good-looking replicas, this is a weapon you want in your arsenal.
Price (all things considered)
Price (it ain't cheap, but omg it's worth every penny)
Like a real AK, you have to add a rail to dress it up
I received this gun within a week of purchase,and was pleased to receive it on a friday.When It came I was happy to see that the box was in one piece. Even so there was a small rip in the cardboard but that was not a problem. I opened the Box and was pleased to see and extremely realistic Ak.But a few Styrofoam pellets had entered the bolt chamber bur that wasn't to much of a problem i took a small paintbrush and just wiped them away. I then held the gun and it had a pretty good weight to and a realistic feel, it was very stern.But even so the top hand guard was a little wobbly,and the gun was extremely stiff. I had to oil every single moving part on the gun,and was very stubborn. It took me 30 mintues to figure out how to install the battery, and I began to have magazine feeding issues. Even though its a good gun
-All metal internals and externals
-no rails(but its a traditional style AK)