Echo1 M28 Bolt Action Airsoft Sniper Rifle w/ Bipod *Scope not included
The Echo1 M28 brings you a versatile, accurate, and powerful sniper platform at a great price. The package includes a bipod, 2 magazines and a speed loader. The M28 also has an integrated mount for an optional scope (not included).
VSR-10 mostly compatible internal for great opportunity to use Angel Custom sniper rifle parts!Muzzle Velocity:
~500-530+ FPS Range:
0.25g, 0.28g, 0.30g or heavier bb recommended.Magazine:
18 rounds (two included)
Find Your Spare Magazines available here at Evike.comFiring Mode:
Single Shot (Bolt Action)Package Contents:
Gun, Bipod, 2x Magazines, Speed loaderManufacturer:
Echo 1 USAUpgrade / System:
The Echo1 M28 is a hybrid design which uses VSR-10 trigger sears. The piston, cylinder, and spring guide are proprietary to the M28 system and will require M28 specific parts. But nevertheless, Echo1 will make after-market parts and factory spare parts available to you.Features:
- Textured Nylon Fiber Stock
- Full Metal Barrel Assembly
- Integrated Railed Scope Mount
- Bipod and 2 Magazines includedThreaded barrel adapter shown in video not included
(Write a review)
"Holy moly. First off, this gun is beast. If you want to shoot this, you better have some muscle on yo. This bolt is difficult to pull back, but when it shoots you will understand why. It shoots very fast, and very far staying fairly accurate. If I had previous knowledge like I do now, I would still buy the gun. It is also very sturdy. One thing wrong though; it does not come with a scope.
"I'll start off by saying this is NOT a READY TO PLAY OUT OF THE BOX GUN. I bought one of these years ago and it's been the biggest piece of poop till today. I finally just got this thing working. Shoots like a laser now, but it took a lot of work and research to get it there. Lots of DIY mods. Biggest problem with this gun is the trigger mech and piston. The 45 degree sear set up just doesn't work with this gun. After its cocked the piston is pushed up into the top of the cylinder causing tons of friction when trying to push the bolt forward. More than what a VSR 10 does.
I finally installed my 90 degree S-trigger from Springer and cut the 45 degree on the back of the piston to a 90 degree. Thing cycles so smoothly now.
Here's a couple of the mods I did.
- 90 Degree Trigger and piston
- Patrol Base paper wrapped barrel spacer (makes a huge difference in accuracy)
- TDC hop up adjuster
Overall way over priced and you should only buy this gun from the boneyard cause you'll have to replace parts and put lots of work into it.
"So i bought an Echo 1 m28 a month and a half back because i saw these great reviews on it. If youre only lookig for positive reviews MOVE ON because i have nothing good to say about this gun. The very first day i got the gun i shot about 500 .25 bbs out of it. It was fast and accurate , i even let my friend shoot me from 150 ft away and i still have the scar hahaha. But thats all the fun i ever got out of this gun. The cylinder began to jam up when i would try to push it in. I would have to wiggle it, and it would eventually push but only with some effort on my end. So i figured it was defective and sent it back. I got my 2nd gun and the 2nd time i shot it, something got messed up in the trigger box. I could not pull the trigger, almost as if it was on safety(which it was not). I would have to push the trigger forward slightly and then could i fire. Then about 5 minutes after that, after i shot i could not pull the bolt up for the life of me. Im not hating on Echo 1; just giving my honest review. Do not buy this gun. The fps looks nice, but the internals are so bad that the gun will break after a couple uses...
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