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Classic Army M134-A2 CO2/HPA Powered Airsoft Minigun
The Classic Army M1234-A2 minigun is the culmination of over a decade of research and development. Developed in collaboration with Pipers Precision the Classic Army M123-A2 minigun is the next evolution of Airsoft heavy weapons. The classic army M123-A2 features a unique firing system, not seen in any other product on the market today. An electric motor drives the barrels while the projectiles are powered by either CO2, HPA or compressed air from a compressor. Mimicking the design of the real M134-A2 minigun, the Classic Army M134-A2 will fire as long as the trigger is depressed. Fed by an internal reservoir of 2000 BBs the M134-A2 will provide unmatched support and firepower in the field.
While offering off the charts firepower the M134-A2 isn't all function. CNC machined from metal alloy and constructed to a 1:1 scale, the M134-A2 looks as good as it performs and encourages the enemy to surrender, even before those barrels start spinning.
- CNC machined full metal construction
- Realistic 1:1 scale construction
- Electric motor driven barrels
- Full-auto firing mode only
- "Chainsaw" style carrying handle and joystick trigger system
- Six rotating barrels mimick the firing action of the real M134-A2 Minigun
- Metal barrel shroud included
- Electric motor is driven by a 12V battery
- Can use HPA/CO2 or any other type of compressed air to propel projectile
11,564g Inner Barrel:
~501mm (Proprietary) Magazine Capacity:
2000 round internal BB reservoir Muzzle Velocity:
500-600 FPS (Depending on Regulator, BB and PSI used) Rate of Fire:
50 rounds per second (3000 Rounds Per Minute) Thread Direction:
Proprietary Fire Modes:
Safe/Full-Auto only Battery:
12V battery to drive electric motor Projectile Power:
HPA/CO2/Compressed Air (for use at 150 PSI ONLY) BB:
For use with .20g or .25g Airsoft BBs Hopup:
Yes, Adjustable Package Includes:
Gun, Manual Manufacturer:
"Okay so after realizing I got a dud, sent it bac, got a brand new one and finally tested it out, I can finally say that this gun is menacing. So the biggest thing u will hav to worry about is the hose to the gun and an adaptor for it. As I said in my last review u would think that polarstar (6mm) airhose would fit, nope, they don't tell you what size the line is, or what adaptor to buy which is b******* for the money u pay. Anyway the hose size u need for this is an 8mm airhose, make sure it's atleast 150 psi, don't buy a coiled line, most of the time they burst, I no from experience lol look for an adaptor that's 6mm to 8mm, I got mine from amazon, 5 pieces were stupid cheap good quality, overall it's an amazing gun, tryin to find videos on how anything works on this is impossible, amazing gun very happy with it, sounds amazing, happy airsofting
"Okay so for actual ppl wanting to buy this and would like to see a some what actual review (haven't fired it yet and I will tell u y) I got u. I was trying to see some other reviews from the co2 type of mini gun but there were just a bunch of trolls, So first off:
---(1)It's a mini gun....---(2)very heavy (good for some maybe)---(3)iterally the whole gun is made of metal---(4)the battery compartment is pretty big, so u can fit a 12v big, short, butterfly pretty easily into it with possibly another battery---(5) the safety is pretty cool I got a kick out of it so there's this pin behind the trigger that u can take out to fire then once u put it bac in its on safe (so there's no actual safety switch)---(6) it has an individual hop up for each barrel which is pretty sweet but maybe not necessary(like i said still haven't shot it)---(7) I haven't taken the thing apart yet but it seems like it would be very easy---(8)and lastly the pictures show this metal flash hider looking thing for it but it does not come with the gun, unless it was just mine that didn't lol
---(1) I didn't think I'd hav anything necessarily bad? to say about this gun but like I said in pros it's pretty heavy (take it either way)---(2) unless yer goin to mount this to something a sling is an absolute must, I was a tad bit disappointed cuz there's literally no sign of where to attach a sling, I was lucky enough to already hav this durable heavy duty sling so I attached it to the handle and the other end right infront of the trigger (long metal bar lookin thing towards the back, if u try this it may look like it'll move forward and just meet halfway in the middle but since it's front heavy wen u attach the sling it'll just stay in the bac)---(3) and finally the power source which is the reason y I haven't fired the thing yet, I own a polarstar and I figured since it was hpa/co2 the hose would fit, haha nope, I'm going to probably hav to call evike and see what kind of hose that is cuz it's pretty different from the polarstar adapter, it looks like it doesnt even need that metal apapter just a wide hose to fit really, and thats where im confused, unless I'm missing something that's probably the biggest thing
Once I get that figured out I'll write an updated review on how it shoots, hopefully this was easy to understand, hav a nice day everybody
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