UK Arms MK16 Spring Airsoft Rifle W/ Red Dot Sight & Foregrip (Black)[Q08B00][31534 / P8902]
Designed after the infamous MK16 or SCAR-L the UK Arms MK16 Spring rifle is a great way to jump into the sport of Airsoft without spending a small fortune! Constructed of sturdy ABS Polymer, this rifle can bring durability in a very lightweight package. The Mk16 features not only a 1:1 scale with the real deal, but also a monolithic upper rail for mounting optics like the included red dot sight, and both side and bottom rails on the front end for mounting lasers, flashlights, or grips like the included foregrip. Also featured is the classic SCAR style stock, with multiple positions as well as a side folding options to give this gun multiple uses from long range to clearing rooms. The removable magazine holds up to 145 rounds, which is a lot of firepower compared to most spring powered rifles. Also included are a set of flip up front and rear sights, meaning you can fire accurately even if you don't want to use the included red dot sight!Please keep in mind that this is a low powered spring operated Airsoft gun, and as such is not recommended for skirmish use. This gun looks and feels fantastic, but will most likely be outperformed by other high quality Airsoft guns. Also keep in mind that this product does not come with any warranty of any kind and is not serviceable by Technician Services. This Airsoft gun was designed with a beginner in mind, and it performs well for that purpose. Other applications could include film/theater props, display pieces, or simply shooting targets in the back yard.
Manufacturer: UK Arms
Muzzle Velocity: ~335FPS w/ .12g BBs
Magazine Capacity: 145 Rounds
Package Includes: Gun, Magazine, Red Dot Sight, Foregrip
- ABS Polymer construction
- Includes Red Dot Sight and Foregrip
- Great for beginners
- Great prop for film/theater
- Manufacturer: UK Arms
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1155 days ago
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1155 days ago