WELL D98 M1A1 WWII LPEG Airsoft SMG (Black)[35809 / D98]
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The Well D98 M1A1 Submachine Gun AEG is a replica of one of the most prominent submachine guns from its usage in the 1920's to World War II. Firing in both semi- and full-automatic, this M1A1 AEG comes with a 1,000-round drum magazine, as well as a 30-round spare straight magazine is also included at your disposal. This M1A1 comes in black with the handguard and full length stock, and the main body of the replica is made of polymer. Also in the box is a battery and charger.
Model: D98 M1A1 WWII Submachine LPEG
Muzzle Velocity: 240-250 FPS w/ .12g BBs
Magazine Capacity: 1000 / 30 rds
Package Includes: Gun, Drum Magazine, Standard Magazine, Battery, Charger
- Polymer Construction
- Metal Version 2 Gearbox
- Top & Bottom Rail Section
- Front & Rear Sling Mounts
- Full Stock
- This gun is NOT serviceable and does not include a warranty of any kind.
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- Manufacturer: UK Arms
- Muzzle Velocity: 240-250 FPS
- Fire Mode: Safe - Semi - Auto
What does it mean by it not serviceable? Does it mean it can’t fire or that it can’t do something else?
1956 days ago
(I have this same question)
Not serviceable means we don't carry any replacement parts for it and therefore won't be able to work on the gun. Most of the lower end guns require proprietary parts.
1956 days ago