Armee-Universal-Gewehr (Universal Army Rifle) or AUG is a futuristic assault rifle developed during the 1960s in Austria to replace the aging 7.62mm FAL automatic rifles in service at the time.
Often considered as the first successful bullpup rifle, the AUG was indeed well ahead of its time as far as concept and design; it was highly advanced when it first went into service in the late 1970s.
Its bullpup design which moves the core of the rifles action behind the trigger allows for the use of a full length rifle barrel in a weapon with the ergonomics of a sub-machine gun. Some other significant features include fully ambidextrous controls and reversible charging handle and shell ejection port allowing the rifle to be configured for both left and right handed shooters. The unique two stage trigger allows the user to fire in semi-auto and full-auto without needing to manipulate a selector switch; for semi-automatic fire, the operator will just pull the trigger half way and if fully-automatic fire was necessary, the operator needs to only pull the trigger all the way back.Chambered in the 5.56x45mm NATO cartridge for its ease of use and handling, the futuristic family of rifles in the AUG line can be quickly adapted to accommodate a wide variety of roles in the ever changing battlefield with just a quick swap of the barrel. The AUG is definitely a well-rounded combat weapon with a proven track record that can stand its own even with todays modern combat rifles.
APS has combined their popular Hybrid gearbox with quick change spring system with the ergonomics of the AUG to make an outstanding airsoft rifle. The quick change gearbox allows users to easily change the spring to alter the FPS of the rifle without the need to disassemble the gearbox. Additional features of the APS AUG include generous rail space on both sides of the rifle allowing the operator to attach tactical accessories such as lights, lasers, and offset CQB sighting options.
- High Strength Polymer Receiver
- Full Metal Barrel Assembly
- Metal Optics Rail
- Rails on Top and Bottom for Tactical Accessories
- QD Sling Swivel on Backside
- Textured Pistol Grip and Stock
- Locking Charging Handle for Easy Hopup Adjustment
- QD Barrel System
- Built-in Folding Vertical Grip
- Hybrid gearbox with quick change spring system
330rd Hi-Capacity. Works with Tokyo Marui and other compatible AUG Series Airsoft AEG MagazinesMuzzle Velocity:
390~420 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs)Thread Direction:
Ver 3 Full Metal, 7mm Bearing. Fully Upgradeable. Quick spring release.Motor:
Short TypeFire Modes:
7.4v 1000 mAh small type battery (Battery not included. Wire to the Stock with a Small Tamiya connector)Hopup:
Yes, AdjustablePackage Includes:
APSThings 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.
FPS Range: 390-420
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"The construction and feel to this thing is unprecedented, i felt like some delta ops level of control with this, and i just dropped a new spring in this, which was the only con maybe mine was a lemon but i was only hitting around 290ish, dropped a m115 in this and getting a solid 365 with 25's
"Hello! This is my first airsoft gun, and I have to say it performs very well. Out of the box it shoots about 380 FPS, but if you put in an M120 spring, you'll get 410 to 420. I have used this rifle in two big-game scenarios, and it performed well. I've crawled through mud with it, used it to enter buildings, and even played CQC with it in an indoor arena. I LOVE the quick-change spring system, as you can swap out springs for whichever role you're playing.
I don't know what the deal is with everyone bashing APS. From what I've seen on YouTube, their brand has been consistently improving. Of course, I'm new, but this has been my experience thus far. I've played with it about 10 times (indoor mostly, two big outdoor events, and more coming). People with AKs and long-barrel M16s are always surprised at how well this thing shoots, especially when I tell them my barrel is just as long as theirs!
The ONLY problem with this gun is the foregrip, which is a common problem to all AUGs. The way I fixed mine is by using a bolt and nut through the little hole that holds it in, and then I epoxied the thing. It's like a rock now. Of course, it doesn't fold--but who needs it to fold anyway? If you don't want to hold the foregrip, you don't have to and it still feels fine.
What else? Good rate of fire with only an 8.4V battery. I kept the battery voltage stock because I didn't want to over-stress the gearbox. So I have three batteries and swap them out, depending on how long I am playing (whether mil-sim or simple CQC). But the batteries themselves last a good long while. I only have three because I am paranoid of being in a big game where you're shooting a lot, and then running out.
Honestly, at $114, you really need to give this a shot. Oh, I also mounted a nice 2.5X scope, and someone sighted it in for me. It's AWESOME. I can see my BBs heading out and landing. Pretty cool gun!
"Overall, A nice gun for starters who don't mind how difficult it is to find mags.
*Longer range than most AEGs
*High ROF with 11.1v lipo (Would recommend mosfet)
*You will get complements on your gun
*About 395 FPS
*Mags hard to find
*External quality not the best
*Small battery compartment
*Foregrip is wobbly
*Too heavy for really long games
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