1 Customer Review "I ordered this gun about three months ago (I'm not in the States so I had a mate bring it to me) and I'm very impressed with the gun overall. The build is good and solid, with the plastic stock's larger panels not having the softness and give that I was really expecting. A bunch of other guys who have experience with previous AUGs made many comments as to the improvements in quality. Now to pros and cons:
Accurate to most practical ranges with red dot sight.
Good general ergonomics (such as one would expect from an AUG)
Doesn't come with sights, as one can easily see. You have to get one.
The one detractor I've found is feeding issues: At one point all three of the mags I have misfed, and one somehow spewed BBs into the battery compartment, and if you've looked inside one of these guns you'd really ask, as I did, how the hell that's possible. Dunno. It happened.
This gun is weighty, not too heavy to use, and great for accurate milsim games and armchair gun nuts (in weight specifically).
The mag catch is a bit plastic-y in feel and function, and the mags can be a tad finicky to seat correctly; one needs to check.
The disassembly button works, the barrel swap tab does not.
The rail space on this gun is ridiculous. Honestly, some of the rails are just unnecessary, even impractical and I'll never use them, but if I need to grate cheese in tactical situations, I'm set.
The whole front assembly is full metal and solid, with a complicated free-floated barrel. I'd suggest making sure all the screws here are tightened up properly just in case.
The rear stock is plastic, doesn't feel the best on the seams and untextured bits, but it's solid and strong and I haven't had any slip or flex in it. Don't worry about that being an issue at all.
Trigger pull is mushy, just like the real one. The dual stage trigger is manageable enough as the boundary between auto and semi is easy to pick up on.
Get a foregrip. It's not an AUG without one - and for a reason. The center of balance lends itself to a foregrip very easily.
Rate of fire could do with a bump. A high torque motor is something to think about.
That's all I've noticed so far. I highly recommend this gun to most airsofters, as both a good starting gun and even better as a base gun to upgrade. Its the kind of gun you can 'grow up' with. So if you like bullpups, a platform with history or don't want an M4 or AK, this is a strong contender. Write a Review
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Red dot not included, for reference only. ASG Steyr Licensed AUG A3 MP Full Metal Gearbox Airsoft AEG Rifle - Tan (Evike.com Exclusive Color)
Armee-Universal-Gewehr (Universal Army Rifle) or AUG is a futuristic assault rifle developed during the 1960’s 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 1970’s.
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 today’s modern combat rifles.
Features: Fully licensed by Steyr Arms High strength polymer receiver Full metal RIS front end Full metal barrel assembly Ergonomically designed grip and stock Integrated barrel extension Length:
330rd Hi-Capacity. Works with Tokyo Marui, Matrix and other compatible AUG Series Airsoft AEG Magazines
390~420 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs)
Ver 3, Full Metal
7.4v 1000mAh LiPo Small Type recommended (Battery not included, wired to the stock with a small Tamiya)
ASG (Licensed by Steyr Arms)
Things you may need to get started: – Required to power your AEG; use a high quality battery and charger for best results. Battery and Charger – Stay in the fight longer by bringing more ammo with you. Spare Magazines – High quality precision 6mm BB’s recommended; Use 0.20g – 0.25g BB’s for best results. BB’s – Basic cleaning and lubrication maintenance help keep your Airsoft AEG in top working order. Silicone Oil ASG Limited Manufacturer Warranty:
This Sportsline airsoft gun is backed by a 9 month limited warranty from ActionSportGames. Should this airsoft gun fail due to a defect in material or workmanship during the warranty period, ActionSportGames will repair or replace it, free of charge. Please see the included warranty card for warranty details.
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