*Scope and Vertical Grip not included SoftAir Licensed Sig Sauer SIGARMS SIG556 Airsoft AEG Rifle
SoftAir has licensed the most advanced SIGARMS battle rifle - the SIG 556. The SIG556 incorporates the latest advancements by Sig Sauer including the signature SIG TriRail with three integrated Picatinny rails to mount virtually tactical accessory of your choice. The SIG 556 also includes front and rear flip up sights and genuine licensed SIGARMS marks with a unique serial number. The combination of midlength size and collapsible stock makes the SIG556 an excellent choice for woodland, desert or urban terrain. With this rifle you get both the distinctive styling of the SIG 556 along with fully licensed trademarks. This AEG was definitely created with the best airsoft players in mind. Features :
- SIGARMS Licensed Metal Body.
- Metal Outer Barrel
- FRP Front TriRail Handguard
- Working Charging Handle
- Sig 556 Magazine
- Enhanced Hop Up Unit
- 6 Position Retractable SIG Stock.
- Flip up Front and Rear Sights Specifications : Gearbox Type :
Softair Metal Gearbox Magazine Capacity :
400 rounds (6mm BBs). Use all M4 Series Compatible AEG Mag. Overall Length :
930 mm Inner Barrel Length :
363mm Motor Type :
Long Type Motor Hop Up :
Adjustable Fire Mode :
Semi / Full Auto / Safety Weight :
3.85 kgs Muzzle Velocity :
370~390 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs) Effective Range :
110-150 feet Battery Pack Size :
Stick Type. Package Includes :
Manual, Magazine, Battery, Charger, Cleaning Rod Manufacturer:
SoftAir Things you may need to get started:
Battery and Charger – Required to power your AEG; use a high quality battery and charger for best results. Spare Magazines – Stay in the fight longer by bringing more ammo with you. BB’s – High quality precision 6mm BB’s recommended; Use 0.20g – 0.25g BB’s for best results. Silicone Oil – Basic cleaning and lubrication maintenance help keep your Airsoft AEG in top working order.
"This was the first airsoft gun I ever bought. Excellect for beginners. Recommend 2.3 or 2.5 bbs and get an optic for this gun because the rear sight is an eyesore. Might be too heavy and long for shorter people. The real problem I had with it was that it is not compatible with some mags. Had this gun for 4 years and was great until the mag release button broke.
heavy and long (pro for me)
too heavy or too long (for some)
not compatible with some mags
rear sight too small
stock unscrews a little itself
"I have had this gun for a couple years. The body is fantastic, very solid and looks great. It might be a little heavy for some people though. Comes with a spare mag and that's cool. The stats in the description are fairly accurate, I defiantly recommend a 9.6v with at least 1600mAh. As noted by others this gun uses a med. motor not the long type.
My only real problem with this gun is as follows. I just ripped the end of my outer barrel off while trying to remove the OEM flash hider. I removed the small screw in the bottom of the flash hider, taking it all the way out of the gun. Tried soaking the end of the barrel is hot water for almost 20 min. No good. If you don't like the OEM flash hider tough titties the only way to change it out I could find is to buy a whole new outer barrel.
"Overall, I am extremely pleased with the gun. Running a 2S lipo, the gun has a quick trigger response. The rate of fire is a bit lower than most AEGs, but that is to be expected for a gun with a longer range. The longer barrel makes for a longer accuracy range as well as an effective range.
Someone mentioned below that there were no threads for a mock silencer; there is a small set screw in the bottom of the flash hider that has been glued in. If you can remove this set screw, then you should be able to remove the flash hider and replace it. The other alternative is to replace the outer barrel that is attatched to the front sight assembly. To do so, a press fitting must be removed before the outer barrel separates.
Appart from the new outer barrel, a Magpul PRS stock, and swapping the wire leads to Deans, I have made no other modifications to the gun. Perhaps I will upgrade my gearbox later on but I am content with the performance as is. The SIG 556 is an excelent gun for someone looking for a decently-ranged rifle, while maintaining a budget. Had I the $$$, I would hav bought the King Arms SG556 except it costs $450.
5 of 5 because the only modifications I made were personal preference, not manufacturing errors.
Quick note: the description of the gun states that it uses a long-type motor. This is incorrect; the gun runs on a mediom-type motor.
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