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Lancer Tactical M4 CQBR Airsoft AEG Rifle - Dark Earth
The Lancer Tactical AEG series are entry level AEG designed specifically for the budget players. Keeping the externals of a LPAEG and internal of a high power AEG, the Lancer Tactical m4 is equipped with a decent version.II fully upgradable gearbox. The rifle features a price tag of under $100 for those looking just to play, or to have an affordable back-up weapon in case the primary fails. If you can look pass the ABS outer barrel, stock, and other parts not being metal, you will have yourself a ready-to-skirmish M4 shooting 400 FPS out of the box for under $100.
- Lightweight ABS Construction
- ABS Polymer RIS Handguard
- Full Metal Version 2 Gearbox
- Retractable Crane Style Stock
- Removable Carry Handle with Railed Upper Receiver
300rd Hi-Capacity. Compatible with Matrix, G&G, Tokyo Marui and other similar M4 / M16 Series Airsoft AEG MagazinesMuzzle Velocity:
390~400 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs)Gearbox:
Ver 2 Full Metal, Fully UpgradeableMotor:
Long TypeFire Modes:
Semi/Full-Auto, SafetyPackage Includes:
Gun, Magazine, 2x Rail Cover Panels, Test Battery, Wall ChargerBattery:
8.4v Small Butterfly Type recommended (Test Battery and Wall Charger included)Hopup:
Lancer TacticalThings 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.
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"I bought this about 7-8 months ago and still have it. It's amazing if you're okay with it being plastic and the minor issues that follow. I upgraded it with a Prowin hop up, maple leaf bucking and angel custom nub (All found on here) as well as I put in a Matrix Magnum Motor (found on here too) and ran a 9.6v NiMH and LiPo. With those upgrades, a total of 80ish dollars it had served me well at all the games I've been to with no major problems and competed with Polarstars and whatever else anyone had, it's been bragged upon for its weight and performance. Stock, it isn't something you wanna use for a period of months but upgrading it will give you the perfect weapon.
Pros:Lightweight (may be a con if you like heavier guns)
Performs well (even stock before I upgraded it)
Durable? 😂 I've ran into trees, fell on it, dropped it and anything else countless times and it has no dents or other issues, maybe I'm just lucky.
Reliable, AS LONG AS you treat it well and don't be stupid with it such as putting too high of voltage battery in it or doing nothing but full auto-ing.
Cons:Certain plastic pieces (or maybe all plastic to some people) It has a metal front sling mount but the back one is plastic and has broke on me. (I fixed that with a tight loop of 550 cord)
Whole front end is a little wobbly, fixed that by tightening a screw and rigging it but it's still not the best however I don't really use attachments so it doesn't bother me.
Definitely worth it whether you're just getting into the sport, looking for a gun to tech on or just to have a new gun to build on.
"Internals- honestly not terrible. They do their job. the trigger response is crap and the rps is around 10-15. I put in a 9.6v battery and it ran so much smoother. The compression isn't the greatest but it's enough to spit out a bb. Shoots fairly hard but very inaccurate
Externals- high strength polymer? NOT AT ALL. The lower receiver snapped in half the first time I dropped it. The stock is super wobbly and part of the rail on the handguard chipped off
Although there are a lot of things wrong with it, it is all you need to get into airsoft if u aren't too rough with it
"OK so after having this gun out in the field I can finally write a review. For starters my gun chronoed at 420 consistently! With .20g bbs. So it exceeded the fields limit and I had to have it locked in semi auto to classify as a dmr. Now yes the body itself is plastic. Almost everything is plastic. The parts that are. It are the inner and outer barrels, and the gear box of course. But the plastic is pretty durable. I put a few hundred rounds threw it in my backyard with out issue. When I was at the field and failed chrono I ended up shooting 3 hi cap mags threw it consistently to try and wear down the spring. Handle got a little hot but kept firing and still put 420 out. So after getting it locked in semi for the match I proceded to play all day, about 5-6 hours straight of constant semi auto fire at a hi rate and it did a darn good job. Except for one issue. Near the end of the day the gun locked up. I took it to the on field tech and all he did was remove the semi lock switched it to full auto and boom started firing again no issues. Other than that it was worked fine. It even fired fine with some cheap mid caps I bought off ebay. Honestly if you want something cheap and decent I would recommend it. Is it the best ? No. Would I use it every weekend as a hardcore played ? No. But for something occasionally I would say yes.
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