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APS V.2 Full Size UAR Urban Assault Rifle Airsoft AEG w/ Metal Gear Box - Kryptek Nomad
The new V.2 UAR now features rear wiring to store a much larger battery in the stock and a thicker and larger removable butt plate to extend the battery storage compartment allowing use of a wider range of batteries.
Another improvement made to the V.2 UAR is a modified magazine well to expand magazine compatibility to a greater number of high cap and mid cap magazines as well as an improved and more ergonomic magazine release.
Finally the gearbox has been improved upon for more consistent feeding and cycling during rapid fire thanks to the newly revised air nozzle as well as proper reinforcement to allow the gun to run smoothly on LiPo batteries. Features: Three Magazine Release button
Unlike the traditional SMG, the UAR has three magazine release buttons. Two buttons are located at the front part of the gun parallel to each other and the other button located next to the magazine housing at the back. Three magazine release buttons allow users to release the magazine in different tactical situation. Mirror design for both left and right handed users
Magazine Release button is located on both the left and right sides of the gun. The cocking handle has quick detach function allowing users to place the handle on either left or right. Users can operate this gun easily no matter if they are left handed or right handed. Adjustable Hop Up and functional bolt release catch
Similar to APS ASR Series, the bolt can be locked backward which allows the user to adjust the Hop Up easily. After adjustment, users can simply press down the bolt release button located on the top of the butt stock to release the bolt back to its original position. Tactical Rail
The UAR standard comes with 4 side rails. The top and side rails allows players to add lights, scopes, red dots and much more Unique appearance
The UAR comes equipped with a dynamic trigger, ergonomic pistol grip with room to place two 123A batteries. A modified magazine housing allows a user to perform fast reloads without any trouble. The design of the bigger trigger guard is also extremely helpful when a player is wearing gloves. V3 Gearbox
The UAR uses APS V3 Hybrid gearbox. With its bullpup design, the UAR is a medium size CQC airsoft gun with a long 385mm inner barrel. Easy Assembling and dissembling
One of the greatest features of the UAR is it's special design where no tools are required when assembling and dissembling. A user can simply disassemble the gun by removing 3 main pins on the lower receiver. The unused main pin can be inserted on the top rail. No tools are required and users can reassemble the UAR in less than 60 seconds. Hop Up Chamber
For the internals APS has equipped the UAR with a genuine hop up chamber, which is rarely found in other AEGs. The standard velocity of the UAR is 350 FPS which is easily upgradable by changing the main spring. The main spring can easily be changed with the UAR's quick detach feature found on the hybrid gearboxKryptek Camo Pattern
High quality officially licensed camouflage pattern water-transferLength:
190rd Hi-Capacity. Works with Matrix, G&G, Tokyo Marui and other compatible M4 / M16 Series Airsoft AEG MagazinesMuzzle Velocity:
~350 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs)Gearbox:
Ver 3 QD Spring Full Metal, Fully UpgradeableMotor:
Short TypeFire Modes:
Water Transfer Kryptek NomadPackage Includes:
Gun, 2x Magazines, Extra AEG Spring, ManualBattery:
8.4v Small Brick Type / 7.4v mini lipo recommended (Wired to rear w/ small Tamiya. Battery not included)Hopup:
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"Fantastic CQB gun (visually similar to an SKS bullpup mod I once saw, and the Kel-tec RFB and RDB), that has a few quirks: The magwell is over-sized, and some magazines wobble out of alignment. I solved this by layering masking tape on the top 1.5" of the magazines' spines, and they now work perfectly. The battery compartment is slightly undersized, so it takes some practice and force to get it in. Otherwise, it is very user-friendly (Uses STANAG-type magazines, AK-style selector/safety and trigger, M4-style mag release)
It is fully amidexterous, features 4 Picatinny rails, and has a storage compartment in the grip.
However, the muzzle device cannot be removed, and the only tracer that works is King Arms' "195x37mm- Special Forces" mock suppressor, with some modification.
"The uar's plastic feels extremely sturdy and solid and the balance of the gun feels great. Taking the gun apart is hardest the first, but does feel a little looser after, not wobbly, just a little wiggle room. I am used to standard long guns and my natural hand placement puts the end of the rail in the middle of my hand. This was easily fixed by using an angled foregrip, which feels wonderful on this gun. The selector switch easily goes from safe to full, but is harder to switch to semi. The trigger pull is a tad long, but only a problem if you are an absolute perfectionist. I prefer curved triggers, but the straight trigger on this gun still feels good. Magazines wobble around some, but no feeding issues, it is a 1" deep mag well though. The storage cap in the pistol grip had half an o ring on it, which makes it a pain to get in and out of the grip. The top rail is well above the barrel, but is the perfect height for sights. The battery compartment is small and does take some getting used to to arrange the battery and wires. The included mags windup wheels are recessed, which makes it akward to wind up while it is in the gun, this is also hurt by the fact that it is a bullpup. The gear box is easy to disassemble, upgrade, and reassemble. Make sure that you line up all of the connectors during reassemble for it to work properly. It does skip a few rounds in full auto every now and then, common enough to note, but not a real problem overall. Was not an issue at all in semi. Overall a great base gun with good upgrade potential.
"Not a bad gun but the design for the battery box needs to be re designed. Whoever designed it apparently didn't try to put a battery in it. It takes 10 minutes of trying to arrange the battery and cable just right plus some brute force on the buttstock to get the pin to go in. It's pretty frustrating. If it wasn't for that big issue I would give it a 5. Other than that it's been a good functioning gun.