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Features:7" full metal TROY RISFull length top rail perfect for opticsRemovable flip-up front and rear sightsFully licensed etched TROY trademarksHigh strength ABS receiver with integrated metal top railFull metal RIS, barrel assembly, buffer tube, and sightsTroy motor gripEnhanced trigger guardVertical grip, battery and charger included6-position Troy Battle Axe stockFull metal gearbox, fully upgradeableOne piece hop-upLength:
685mm - 775mm, AdjustableWeight:
300rd Hi-Capacity Magazine. Compatible with Matrix, Tokyo Marui and other similar M4/M16 Series Airsoft AEG MagazinesMuzzle Velocity:
410-415 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs)Gearbox:
Ver 2 Full Metal, Fully UpgradeableFire Modes:
9.6v Custom Type recommended (Battery and Charger included)Hopup:
Yes, AdjustablePackage Includes:
Gun, Magazine, Vertical Grip, Battery, ChargerManufacturer:
Echo1Things 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.
BBs – High quality precision 6mm BBs recommended; Use 0.20g – 0.25g BBs for best results.
Silicone Oil – Basic cleaning and lubrication maintenance help keep your Airsoft AEG in top working order.
Video Disclaimer: Rifle now comes with Troy Battle Axe Stock, no longer includes Crane stock
FPS Range: 410-415
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"Great gun! Very accurate and a good weight
The only bad part is how big the battery compartment is. The battery listed under "you may also need" is too big to fit in the gun
"So this was my first airsoft gun, I did a lot of upgrading and learning. This gun is perfect for beginners and if you upgrade it enough, experienced. I use this gun still to this day. Now for the bad this gun comes with a 2 piece hop up, (they fixed this in the newer version). A 2 piece hopup inst the end of the world, and doing a conversion from 2 piece to 1 piece is recommended from me on this gun. The guns internals are mainly plastic, but so far I have probably put 15,000 rounds through and nothing bad has happened, and the gun settled at 350 fps (the gearbox is full metal and has metal ball bearings). The motor on the gun is not the fastest in the world, but is decent enough with a lipo to still be very usable.
Now I have heard comments that this guns body will break... No, is it a strong as a full metal gun... No, but I weigh about 240 pounds, and went full sprinting down a hill, tripped and fell throwing this gun about 10 feet, while I landed on it. It was scratched up pretty bad, but it still functions and no body damage came to it. The only time it actually broke is when I was an idiot trying to open up the body to put in my new flat hop. I snapped one of the holding units on the gun, but if i felt like fixing this (still haven't) it would be about $20 for a full new upper. (cant do that with a metal gun).
So my opinion on this gun is as followed, if you are new to the airsoft world this gun is so perfect, thought it SHOULD be cheaper. This gun is perfect to take apart and mess with all the parts, its not overly complicated to learn either.
"Okay, so I bought this gun about 3 years ago and it is fantastic! High ROF (for not having a lipo), hit hard, shot straight. BUT it broke after I took it out only about 5 times. So I did a ton of research and found out that these guns are notorious for breaking right out of the box. Please, keep reading because it's not as bad as you might think. The thing that always breaks is this little trigger post in the gearbox. This trigger post keeps the trigger contact from falling out of its tracks and becoming inoperable. So when that post breaks (and it probably will eventually) the trigger contact can no longer be moved by the trigger. Thus not completeing the circuit and rendering your gun useless. But THERE IS A FIX FOR THIS. This happened to me twice. First to my first gun, which I sent back to evike and got a replacement without any hassle. Then I did my research and found out the problem. I also found out a fix for the problem. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGzBgassVoY -this is a link to a youtube video made by echo1techsupport. This video shows you, in detail, how to fix the problem. I did it myself, but I am a little more mechanically inclined. So if you aren't confident taking your gearbox apart, do not try to do this yourself. If you can't do it yourself, contact evike and explain that you need the trigger post fixed. They might want to just send you a new gun, but insist on having it fixed not replaced. I'm not sure if evike's return policy covers repairs, but it's worth a shot. Otherwise, try contacting Echo 1 directly to have it fixed. I would even try messaging their youtube channel (same as the one that made the video to fix the problem). But seriously, this gun is perfect and I couldn't be happier with it. I can honestly say it was well worth the trouble of fixing it myself. But I think if I were to buy a gun again, I would get the G&G combat machine. I know a lot of first timers who get that gun as their first and never have any problems with it.
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