Socom Gear PWS MK112 M4 Carbine AEG Airsoft Rifle (Black)[Q02B00][08277 / SCG AEG MK112]
The SOCOM Gear MK1 PWS MK112 is a great AEG that is perfect for field play and can also reach out and touch the enemy if need be. This AEG is based upon PWS's Mk112 rifle that has been used in Iraq and Afghanistan and quickly became a favorite among security personnel, Law enforcement and the civilian market. The SOCOM Gear MK1 PWS MK112 features a fully licensed receiver with authentic trade marks and is made from a extremely high quality nylon fiber polymer that is sure to stand up to the most rigorous conditions. The Madbull one piece outer barrel is surrounded by a PWS free float MK112 rail system that is also produced with full licensing by Madbull. The MK112 rail system features 3 QD sling mounting points and enables the user to mount a variety of tactical accessories such as a vertical grip to maintain a firm hold on the AEG or a tactical light for dark conditions. The front end of the SOCOM Gear PWS MK112 is finished off with the famous PWS FSC Compensator. The battery of the SOCOM Gear PWS MK112 is housed in the crane stock of the gun which allows the user to remove the need for excess wires or battery boxes. The SOCOM Gear MK1 PWS MK112 is a excellent replica of the real steel PWS MK112 and is sure to impress any avid collector or player.
Manufacturer: SOCOM Gear
Model: MK1 PWS MK112
Magazine Capacity: 450 Rounds
Weight: 6.7 pounds
Package Includes: Gun, Magazine.
Fully licensed receiver with authentic trade marks
Nylon fiber construction
Full metal rail system and outer barrel assembly
Adjustable crane stock
- Product does NOT include Red Dot Sight, Iron Sights, or Vertical Grip.
- This gun does NOT come with a Battery or Charger
- Manufacturer: SOCOM Gear
- Muzzle Velocity: 350-370
I've had this gun for a year now and it performs great. It was my first electric airsoft gun. It still runs great even after I accidentally got water into the gun and had to completely disassemble it to dry it all out and made several noob mistakes during said disassembly.
It is very accurate and hits consistently on semi-auto.
Very reliable even after an accident
Pre-upgraded out of the box with a Madbull tightbore, and maybe more things
Free DNTC FSC flash hider looks awesome
Easy to disassemble for maintenance or upgrades
Solid front metal rails
Very realistic look--Rails have a trademark and even has a gas tube and outer barrel has realistic armorers' markings engraved into the metal
Shoots at a slightly lower FPS than advertised (340 FPS, not really a bad thing)
Front rails got loose and started twisting (as a whole unit). Had to use barrel nut wrench to tighten rails and problem went away
Scratches are very obvious on black metal parts
This gun is overall a very nice gun. in my opinion it is a bit over priced, ut still a nice gun. after having this gun for about a week it performed very nicely, but once I bought an 11.1v lipo battery for it, I came to realize that the hop in this gun is a piece of junk. if you are going to buy a lipo battery for this gun, make sure to buy a metal hop up. the rails on his gun are also loose. the the rails attached to the main ris became a little loose because the only thing tightening them at one end are some spacers between the rail and qd sling mounts. the ris as a whole has slight wobble to it bu can be ixed with the correct tools.
pretty accurate out of the box
6.03 madbull inner barrel
nice bronze look wih rail
mag scratches very easy
without upgrades it is more of mid-range gun not long range
motor heats up very fast
charging handle doesn't work
This gun is smooth. It is lightweight, accurate, compact and shoots 365 out of the box. I have only been able to use it in action a couple of times, so far it has performed flawlessly and its lightweight comes in handy during long games.
-good range and accuracy
-good fps out of the box (365)
I have yet to find anything to complain about, the rails are a little sharp but that is expected.
What magazine do i buy?
Im buying some magazines for this soon, what type of magazines do i buy? I was thinking it used m4/ m16 magazines an stuff
2166 days ago
(I have this same question)
M4 magazines should be compatible with this gun.
2165 days ago