*Red dot shown in images not included.
Features:13" full metal TROY TRX10Full length top rail perfect for opticsRemovable flip-up front and rear sightsFully licensed etched TROY trademarksFull metal Troy receiverFull metal RIS, barrel assembly, buffer tube, and sightsTroy motor gripEnhanced trigger guardEnhanced magazine release6-position Troy Battle Axe stockFull metal gearbox, fully upgradeableOne piece hop-upLength:
690mm - 787mm, AdjustableWeight:
300rd Hi-Capacity Magazine. Compatible with Matrix, Tokyo Marui and other similar M4/M16 Series Airsoft AEG MagazinesMuzzle Velocity:
410-415 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs)Gearbox:
Ver 2 Full Metal, Fully UpgradeableFire Modes:
9.6v Custom Type recommended (Battery and Charger included)Hopup:
Yes, AdjustablePackage Includes:
Gun, Magazine, Battery, ChargerManufacturer:
Echo1Things 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.
Video Disclaimer: Rifle now comes with Troy Battle Axe Stock, no longer includes Crane stock
Since its inception the Echo1USA brand has strived to provide our clients with uncompromising quality of products and customer service. As avid Airsoft players ourselves, we are able to understand the needs of the sport and the frustration with inferior products. Our commitment to yielding the finest most affordable Airsoft Guns and Accessories on the market today is steadfast, and remains the foundation of our continued success.
FPS Range: 410-415
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"To start off, this gun is surprisingly good out of the box in both th performance and the looks department. However, the durability of some of the stock parts just isn't the greatest. I had one incident where I hit the end of the gun pretty hard against a wall during a game, and ended up bending the outer barrel and somehow screwing up the hopup bucking. Soon after I bought a 16" silver outer barrel (looks incredible), a madbull tight bore to match, and a madbull ultimate hop. Now the gun is absolutely flawless, and according to my team, a "laser." So ultimately this gun comes out of the box great, and with a few upgrades can become an absolute monster.
Good out of the box
Accepts Troy squid grips (must buy if you have this gun)
Easy to upgrade and work on
Fully outfitted with Troy hardware and trademarks
Some parts have durability issues (outer barrel, hopup, body pins)
Rate of fire is pretty slow, I'd recommend a 9.6 or 11.1v lipo
"The guns overall handling and feel is indeed extremely comfortable. I thought because the stock looked so big in the photos it would be bulky and rear heavy but this was not the case at all. The for-end is thin enough to get a sturdy grip and the traction is more than enough. The guns pistol grip is also very accommodating even for someone with larger size hands like myself. The stock has a nice feel in the shoulder and the cheek weld is better than most. The sights are just as good giving a good target view. Adjusting the sights with the given tool is also a breeze. Internally the gun sounds good and easily took an 11.1 lipo without any problems. As far as the cylindar and piston goes this gun shoots more consistent than any gun that my friends and I have seen. Mine clocks in at about 403 fps + or - about 2 fps between shots. The 6.01 tight bore barrel that it comes with is very accurate and along with a little hop up adjustments and .25 bbs I have yet to run into range and accuracy problems.
Ok so that was the good now here is what I had problems with initially. The main flaw I have found (and the biggest) was that when applying torque to the for-end the trx rail would rotate about 2-3mm back and forth. While this would be a big issue I do not see it as such because of the small amount that it moves and either way I intend to put an rds on the gun so it wont affect accuracy once the rds is installed. Another small thing that occurred in my gun was that the nub in the hop up became dislodged and made the hop go nuts. This too was not a big deal as it was an easy fix. The final thing is not really a flaw but more of a recommendation/complaint. While the gun does come with a battery (which is great!) the battery is an 8.4v NimH which is extremely sluggish so I recommend acquiring a 7.4v or 11.1v lipo for a greatly increased rate of fire.\
In my opinion this gun is a tremendous value and should be considered by everyone when wanting to purchase an aeg. Would recommend!
"I purchased this gun when it first came out, and overall this gun has had solid performance especially for the price. This gun isn't excactly made for beginners, however it functions as one because it is easy to adjust and take apart. This gun has many things going for it, like the extended trigger guard, extended mag release, coiled battery cable, tactical rail system, enhanced pistol grip, and iron sights. This gun also has quite a few things that I absolutely hate, like the stock. You should basically replace the stock to a regular crane stock because the included stock easily accidentally collapses, is hard to take off, and is very short. The battery storage is also horrible. A couple other bad things include the proprietary rail system and the hard to remove orange tip. The 363mm 3.01 brass inner barrel and the one-piece hop up with madbull bucking work very well together. I can consistantly hit a man-sized target from around 150 feet. The last thing is the motor. The motor should be replaced almost immediately, because the stock motor is sub-par in order to reduce the rifle's price. The manufacturers themselves said this. In conclusion, the rifle is worth the money, and you should totally get it, along with a replacement stock and motor.
Extended mag release
6.01 diameter 363mm brass inner barrel
The battery connector is coiled, making it easy to store batteries
Solid real steel iron sights
Comfortable enhanced pistol grip
No fake bolt
Motor is sub-par
Iron sights are hard to flip up and down
Fps gets to around 410 (elite force .2 gram BBS), but this can break the rules of fields with 400fps limits
Extended mag release is very hard to press unless you're pressing on the actual mag release
Rail system segments are proprietary, expensive, and hard to find
Orange tip is very hard to get off
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