JG F6618 M16A1 VN Rifle AEG Airsoft Rifle Enhanced Version (Black)[P08B00][02410 / F6618 / AE-5866-T]
This VN-style M16 is a great replica of the ones used by the US military in Vietnam. It comes with a full stock that will accept most large battery packs. The working charging handle gives this gun a realistic action that even higher priced guns like CA do not have. JG AEGs are fully upgradeable and compatible with most after market external and internal parts. This airsoft gun includes a metal VN-style magazine and is also compatible with other major brands of standard and high capacity after market magazines. This gun is a must buy for those looking for a good priced starter gun.
Model: M16 A1
Muzzle Velocity: 400+ fps
Magazine Capacity: 190 rounds
Package Includes: Manual, Magazine, battery, charger, Cleaning Rod, 200 pcs 0.2BBs
Metal One Piece Outer Barrel
Full Stock For Large Battery
Working Charging Handle
Metal Hi-Cap Magazine
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- Manufacturer: JG
- Magazine Capacity: 300 Rds
- Fire Mode: Safe, Semi, Full
- Color: Black
- Material: Polymer
- Battery Pack: Included
- Package Includes: Gun, Manual, Magazine, battery, charger, Cleaning Rod
- Outer Barrel Length: 20in
- Stock Type: M16 Full Stock
- Handguard: VN-Style Hand Guard
- Sight: Standard Front Triangle Sight and Rear Carry Handle Sight
- Overall Length Extended: 39in
- Overall Length Retracted: N/A
- Cylinder Head Type: Plastic
- Cylinder Type: Type 1
- Piston Head Type: Plastic
- Piston Type: Nylon Fiber
- Air Nozzle Type: M4
- Tappet Plate Type: Ver. 2
- Spring Type: 120
- Spring Guide Type: Metal
- Bushing Size: 7mm
- Bushing Type: Bearings
- Gear Set Type: JG Standard Gear
- Switch/Wire Type: M4 Rear Wired
- Selector Plate Type: M4
- Cut Off Lever Type: Ver. 2
- Anti Reverse Latch Type: Ver. 2
- Motor Type: JG High Powered
- Hop Up Type: Plastic
- Inner Barrel Length: 509mm
- Sector Gear Clip: Yes
- Fuse: No
- MOSFET: No
- Quick Spring Change: No
- Primary Build Material: Polymer
- Gear Box: Ver. 2 Metal
- Spring Release: No
This is a great gun and well worth the price. Although my magazine broke after getting only about 300 rounds through, while it was working, the gun was very accurate. The rear sight fips between a smaller and larger sight, which are both very effective at aiming the gun accurately and quicky, but I have found the smaller sight better at aiming from longer ranges.
-Decent weight(Not sure of actual weight, but feels about 11 pounds)
-Great sights(You wont need to spend 80 bucks on a scope/sight and 100s of BBs tuning it.)
-Long barrel for great accuracy(Barrel itself is as long as my freinds ECHO 1 G36C with stock folded)
-Full auto isn't the fastest ROF out there, but the BBs stay grouped together very well
-Barrel guard is removable, so RIS barrel gaurds can be put on
-Hits hard (About 410 FPS with .12, 365 with .2)
-Except for the Magazine, absolutely no problems with it.
-Mine came with a defective magazine
-Stock seems to wobble (maybe its just me)
-Battery is hard to get in
Overall, this is great gun, with very minor Cons.For only 115 dollars, this gun is well worth the money. I would recomend it to those on a low buget, as it works great with my .12s.
I was looking for my first AEG, and I saw this on my second day of searching. I didn't want an M4, because those are too mainstream, but I didn't want something totally unique. I also love the older style battle rifles. So I decided to buy this gun. Long story short, it's amazing. The Vietnam style magazine and handguard make it stick out on a field, but the AR platform makes it so that you can share M4 mags with your buddies. The FPS is great for field, though CQB might be a challenge with the length of the rifle. The 509mm inner barrel makes for great accuracy, and the full stock provides lots of space for batteries.
Very historical look
Weight is almost the same as the real firearm (about 6 lbs)
Hi-cap magazine comes with the rifle, along with a battery and charger
Fairly sturdy feel
Rate of fire on full auto is very good
Mag requires winding every 15-20 rounds or so (accurate to real steel mag cap, but not great in the middle of a firefight)
Large size makes CQB hard with this rifle
Sights WAY out of alignment out of the box, need to be adjusted
NOTE-Rating as an INTERMEDIATE gun.
Okay-So this is the 3rd JG airsoft rifle I have owned so far. An AK47, an M4, and this M16A1. I've owned this one for almost 5 years and I'm sure some minor modifications have been made and perhaps the motor has gone up a generation since then. JG's have a few things about them that I just loved right out of the box. Sadly, this one missed the boat on all save the butt and the FPS/Accuracy. The butt plate and the butt stock are excellent quality, and the same used on the M4 model I have. The fore stock-a giant, hollow, thin, cheap pair of plastic shells the wiggle side to side around the barrel. Nope... Cheap. That's and issue that plagues the JG M16/M4 design. The collar where the fore stock meets the receiver is simply crap. The receiver is cheap plastic and the rear sight is poorly seated in this, which brings me to the motor. The motor for both my M4 and the M16A1 lasted 3 years of minimal use before freezing-WITH routine maintenance. Even properly oiled, they gave up the ghost and locked up.
Okay! So I've been pretty harsh on this guy-mainly because of all 3 JG's I bought, this one was the cheapest. (Quality wise) Now here is why I bought this thing in the first place. JG's do have solid accuracy for an intermediate airsoft rifle. The FPS aren't cut down to crappy 300-360s like most garbage on the market. If you want to hit something at over 50 yards, you need the FPS to do so. JG out of the box has given 400+FPS every. time. Non-competitive players will argue that close quarters demand low FPS to be safe. First, if you're afraid of pain, you're in the wrong sport. Second, if you're planning on airsofting with intermediate or competition guns, your safety equipment must also rise to the occasion.
Summary: IF you're determined to buy this gun-do as I did. Buy some quality gun wrap and wrap the front half. It reduced the rattle and made it feel more quality. Wanna get extreme, find a filling for the hollow fore stock. Next, be prepared to buy a backup gearbox. The motor should be just fine.
Good motor, battery, butt assembly, and front site.
Strong FPS, reasonable accuracy.
Trashy fore stock, rear site, and receiver assembly.
Weak gearbox prone to freezing.
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