Knight's Armament PDW Sport AEG Carbine Airsoft Rifle by Lancer Tactical (Black)

[P05A00][13309 / LT-PDW]
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Getting yourself out on the field and being competitive does not have to be expensive. Whereas in the past it could cost you upwards of $300 to have your airsoft gun, tactical gear, eye protection, magazines and bb's, Lancer Tactical now makes it entirely possible to be out and playing for less than $200! Don't be mistaken, just because many of these airsoft guns have a sub-$120 price tag does not mean that they are the same as the low power electric or spring powered guns that you might find elsewhere for similar or lower prices. The Lancer Tactical models are skirmish-grade airsoft guns, unlike the LPEG's and spring guns found elsewhere that are just toys. Order yours today so you can be out on the field and having a blast as soon as they come in!

The Lancer Tactical PDW, officially licensed by Knight's Armament, is a budget friendly airsoft gun yet produced exceptionally well. Not only does it come with a very modest price tag, but it provides incredible value for each dollar spent on it. The body of the PDW is constructed out of polymer, which makes it lightweight enough that you can carry it around the field for hours without becoming fatigued. The rail system and folding stock are polymer and all serve to make this PDW both look and feel much like its real steel counterpart.

Internally, the Lancer Tactical PDW AEG is even more impressive. The standard version 2 gearbox features a full metal construction, with metal bushings and an innovative metal sector gear clip to ensure that the gun cycles correctly. It also comes standard with a ball bearing spring guide to reduce the tension on the spring as it cycles. The lightweight polymer piston features pre-corrected angle of engagement. The piston head is ported, and a one-piece hop up unit all matches together perfectly with the gearbox to ensure that the Lancer Tactical PDW fires as smoothly and reliably as possible.

In summary, don't let the low price of the Lancer Tactical PDW AEG Airsoft Gun fool you into thinking it is a low quality option, or that it is going to break on you immediately. This is a skirmish-grade, battle-ready airsoft gun that is ready to help you take down your enemies on the field. The gun's internals are all standard Version 2 parts which means it is fully upgradeable, and should you decide to, you can build it up into an even more impressive addition to your arsenal. The Lancer Tactical Knights Armament PDW is great rifle for CQB style games due to its small size.

Specifications:
Manufacturer: Lancer Tactical
Model: PDW
Muzzle Velocity: 370-380 FPS
Magazine Capacity: 300 rounds
Color: Black
Package Includes: Gun, Magazine, Battery, Charger, Battery Box
Warranty Length: 45 Days
Warranty Handler: Airsoft GI (Warranty Policy)

Features:

  • Licensed by Knight's Armament
  • Full Metal Ver. 2 gearbox
  • Realistic Design
  • Durable Polymer Construction
  • Skirmish-Ready

Please Note:

  • Product does NOT include a Red Dot Sight or Vertical Grip.
  • Though all Lancer Tactical PDWs are officially Licensed by Knight's Armament, some models may not feature KAC logos.

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Specifications
Manufacturer: Lancer Tactical
Muzzle Velocity: 370-380 FPS
Magazine Capacity: 300rds
Fire Mode: Safe, Semi, Auto
Color: Black
Material: Polymer
Battery Pack: Included
Package Includes: Gun, Magazine, Battery, Charger, Battery Box
Stock Type: Folding
Handguard: Rail System
Sight: Flip-Up Front and Rear Sights
Connector: Small Tamiya
External
Primary Build Material: Polymer
Internal
Gear Box: Version 2

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W. CRACOVIA | 2014-12-22
Product Information:
i like this gun but the part that holds the stock in place broke that was my fault but if you are buying this gun just be careful, mine came shooting 400fps. Don't know why they would make such a high fps on a CQC gun also the battery is in the fake leaser pointer on the gun and removing it to the other side is very risky cause i lost the tiny screw that held it in place once agin my fault and the trigger guard will hurt your hand so bad

Pros:
pretty light
awesome to shot in full auto
accurate
works fine in field games
gun feels solid
battery last for a while

Cons:
rail space is limited in size
stock can break
screw holding battery can be easily lost
not for CQC due to high fps
trigger guard hurts
verified buyer
K. POIRIER | 2015-03-14
Product Information:
The mandatory PEQ box -- mandatory since the gun is too compact for any type of internal battery storage -- is made of a less durable plastic however, and is limited to the 8.4V NiMH mini battery it comes with -- well, unless you're okay with a 7.4V LiPo rattling around in there, but I wouldn't recommend it since the gun isn't equipped with a mosfet.
Anyways, due to it being made of plastic it is almost completely incapable of accepting any external modification: no aftermarket mock suppressors, rail kits or stocks will work with this thing.
The only external parts that can be replaced are the trigger guard and motor grip.
The top rail is not to Picatinny spec: the spacing between rail segments is too wide, which can hamper your efforts to find an optic for this gun.
The rail segment on the rear sight, while small, is Picatinny though.
The other rails don't offer a lot of rail estate. The right rail is truncated to make room for the stock (a feature of the real PDW), and the bottom rail is shortened to make room for a few hex screws to keep the rail kit on. The
The weapon is designed with a couple of QD sling points built into the lower receiver, but both of them are too shallow for a regular sling swivel. They do, however, work with the QD swivel made for the Action Army AAC-21 sniper rifle.
The selector switches cannot swap places with each other, as they use two different sized pegs to go into the receiver. Fire mode selection at first was fairly sloppy, and after opening the gun up twice for upgrades they don't even click into place anymore.
The gun's left-side magazine release is a lever that, upon pushing, acts on the M4-style mag release seesaw-style.
It keeps in-line with the real PDW's design, but in its polymer form it's also a design flaw: sometimes when inserting a new magazine the left-side release will pop up and away from the gun, leaving it prone to getting snapped off. Hasn't happened yet, but it could happen.
Another design flaw comes in the form of its stock. It locks to the lower receiver by a chess pawn-shaped pin, but this pin prohibits the use of coupled magazines unless you're using Lancer Tactical's fairly wide magazine couplers.
Speaking of the stock and rounding out the craptastic conga line that is this gun's externals, it's made of a slightly cheaper plastic than the rest of the gun and padded with a narrow piece of rubber that has the texture of a meat tenderizer. In other words, it can be very uncomfortable to shoulder without some other kind of padding on it.
The magazine it comes with is terrible, and while it can take M4 magazines they will all suffer a lot of wobble.
As far as internals go, the PDW has a few rough spots. The motor it uses -- on top of being fairly bad -- is a medium-type, not the long-type that most sites say it uses. It can be swapped for a long-type, but you also have to swap out the motor grip along with it.
The motor grip itself isn't good either, as throwing any aftermarket motor into it will result in a very tight fit and having to fight with it to get the pinion and bevel gears shimmed correctly.
The compression system wasn't very airtight: the piston was okay, but the factory cylinder head and nozzle both leak heavily.
Performance-wise, mine shot very hot for CQB out of the box: ASGI's chrono sheet listed the gun as firing at 390fps with .2g BB's.
Fire rate with the included 8.4V battery was very poor thanks to the terrible motor and strong spring, never climbing out of the 9rps range after the battery settled down.

That's not to say LT's sportline PDW is entirely bad, however.
Knight's Armament has the gun fully licensed, and while my gun didn't come with trademarks it did come with a holographic sticker stuck to the chrono sheet with a registration number.
The use of plastic for the externals might make the gun fragile, but it's very lightweight and easy to shoot one-handed.
The PDW design is very compact, making it easy to store. It's about the size of an MP5, so you could easily fit this in an SMG holster if you wanted to.
Despite it coming with a KAC PDW-style magazine, it's compatible with M4 magazines, and every mag I've thrown in the gun has worked perfectly.
The PDW is very easy to disassemble, needing only a small screwdriver and a 2mm Allen wrench to take it down.
As advertised, the PDW uses a metal V2 gearbox, but it features a couple rarities for its price point: a factory ball-bearing spring guide and sector gear clip. Both of these geartly help with the gun's reliability.
The V2 design also lends to it being very easy to upgrade internally. A set of 16:1 gears, an M100 spring, a Lonex Titan motor and a few durability upgrades later, and the gun runs in the low 20rps range with that old 8.4V battery while being within CQB limits.
The weapon is ambidextrous, with a selector switch and magazine release on both sides of the gun.
The top rail has a portion of the middle scalloped out, which makes for a perfect thumb hold if you're into the whole Magpul thumb-over-bore technique.

Overall, while it does have its merits for such a cheap gun, you do get what you pay for.

Pros:
-compact size
-compatible with M4 magazines
-very easy to take down for tech work
-metal version 2 gearbox, as advertised
-ambidextrous
-VERY lightweight
-scalloped top rail makes thumb-over bore grip more comfortable (if that's your thing)
-decent internals for the price (factory ball bearing spring guide & sector gear clip are very rare for $100 price range)
-stock locks in place
-Knight's Armament licensed (came in the form of a holographic sticker that was stuck to ASGI's chrono sheet)
-CHEAP. It's a lot of gun for its price.

Cons:
-lots of mag wobble
-factory magazine is junk, trash and crap
-no internal battery space: have to use some method of external battery storage
-PEQ box is very fragile
-external plastic is not the cheapest I've come across, but still pretty cheap
-stock is uncomfortable to shoulder
-left-hand magazine release button can flip up after inserting a magazine and easily be snapped off
-slow fire rate out of the box
-shoots hot for a CQB-oriented gun (ASGI's chrono sheet said mine clocked in at 390fps with .2g BB's)
-medium-type motor, not a long-type as some descriptions state
-factory motor grip barely fits aftermarket motors: makes for a tough time shimming the bevel gear to the pinion gear
-very sloppy safety/selector switch (especially after opening the gun up twice)
-sling mounts are too shallow for regular QD sling points (takes the AAC-21 sniper rifle sling mounts though)
-spacing between rail segments on the top rail is too wide for Picatinny: can limit your optics choice
-not a lot of rail estate
-pin to lock the stock in place blocks the use of coupled magazines unless using Lancer Tactical's couplers
-almost no external customization
-fake bolt does not lock back
verified buyer
T. GAUS | 2016-10-23
Product Information:
Just took this out of package and charged the battery. Shoots great except when in full auto. When in full auto it continues shooting even when my finger is off the trigger. Everything else is great tho.

Spend the money on the all metal one. It should work better

Pros:
High fps
Very accurate
Great look


Cons:
Weak plastic
Full auto won't stop shooting until I pull the trigger another time.
 
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BBs
What BBs does this gun take

1406 days ago
adam s
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Minimum .20g 6mm diameter

1406 days ago
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hop up
Does this use standard m4 hop ups like the prowin?

1462 days ago
cody a
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Yes.

1409 days ago
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Not what I asked you PEQ box
I know what the PEQ box is for I mean will it be bulky and uncomfortable. Does it have a working laser

1490 days ago
Ayden K
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There is no laser, and its "comfort" is all a matter of opinion.

1490 days ago
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PEQ box
I'm considering this gun but I'm worried that the PEQ box will get in the way and will be uncomfortable how will the PEQ box affect the gun if it will and does it have a working laser?

1491 days ago
Ayden K
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The PEQ box holds the battery

1490 days ago
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flash mags
Will metal high cap flash mags work on this gun?

1589 days ago
andres a
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They should

1572 days ago
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M4 Mags?
This PDW can hold M4 mags right?

1591 days ago
Jeremiah O
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Most AEG M4 magazines should be compatible.

340 days ago
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This PDW can hold M4 mags right?

1591 days ago
Jeremiah O
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It should

1586 days ago
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When are more coming in stock
Soon

1729 days ago
derrick m
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We are working on getting more in stock.

1728 days ago
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When is the ETA on restock? Thanks
Would like to buy gun

1759 days ago
Donnie R
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we are currently working to get these back in stock as soon as possible.

1756 days ago
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better barrel
is there any precision barrels that will work for this gun instead of the stock one?

1862 days ago
David K
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This gun should be compatible with nearly all upgraded AEG barrels.

1860 days ago
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PEQ box
can you use the weapon without the PEQ box?

1871 days ago
timothy e
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The airsoft gun is powered by a battery that should be placed into the peq box.

1868 days ago
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replacement parts for this gun? 0 answers
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how many sling mounts does it have
How many sling mounts does it have

1909 days ago
David K
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This gun should come with a sling point on the stock, and QD-Style Swivel mounting holes on the body.

1909 days ago
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RPS?
How many rounds per second does this gun shoot?

1923 days ago
Tyler B
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With the stock battery, this gun should shoot around 12 RPS.

1922 days ago
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New Barrel?
Is there a way I could put a barrel extension on this gun? I don't remember seeing a 300mm Miracle Barrel that I could put on this gun[I could be mistaken]

1928 days ago
Ethan N
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This gun will not come with compatible threads for any current airsoft mock suppressors or barrel extensions.

1928 days ago
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Is this threaded?
So can i put a barrel extention

1930 days ago
zach j
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This gun will not come with threads to accommodate a barrel extension.

1929 days ago
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No Discounts?
This gun is not discounted when you apply a coupon code to your cart, but it doesn't come with a free gift, either. Is there a reason for that?

1930 days ago
Doug D
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This is due to the industry MAP policy. http://www.airsoftgi.com/information.php?info_id=35#Strict_Map_Policy

1930 days ago
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After Market magazines?
Does it have a proprietary magwell/lower, or can it take after market mags?

1933 days ago
Ira S
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Standard M4 style magazines should work for that gun.

1931 days ago
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Stock Inner Barrel Length?
What is the stock inner barrel length?

1939 days ago
Samuel F
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The stock inner barrel length should be 300mm.

1938 days ago
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