Reviews: Surefire Licensed Airsoft QD Mock Suppressor 7.5" Barrel Extension by Madbull

$85.00 $68.00

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3 Customer Reviews
Model: MS-MB-FA556AR
Location: KK-01

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by robert w. on 2012-03-16 17:48:39
"I just got the 6' version for my King arms metal colt m4. let me tell you, this mock suppressor is "BOSS".
Makes sense especially for those who hate orange on their guns. ITs around 20-30 dollars for a replacement flash hider anyway, might as well add an extra 35 bucks for the suppressor.
Adds some weight to the front end of your rifle. which is good for all you polymer bodies out there, for my full metal colt with real steel rail system installed, this silencer and suppressor adds MORE weight which can be quite hefty. BUT realistic so im happy. recommended !!!!!!!!!!!!!

Pros:
Metal Flash hider comes with the suppressor ( locks on top of it )
Good texture
trademarks
Limited edition run

Cons:

engraved trademarks will eventually be worn away :( ( try not to touch the front end suppressor itself to make them last longer)

OVERALL: 5 / 5
by Jason C. on 2012-01-27 15:20:28
"Externals: Great smooth matte finish. Solid build and design

Pros:
- Quick detach
- High Quality
Would recommend anyone with an m15/m4/m16 variant to purchase.

Cons: Mine wobbled a bit when attached. Quick detach function is spring loaded so it may wear out overtime.

Please note that there needs to be some clearance beyond the flashider to attach this item due to the quick detach design.
by Jerico G. on 2011-11-01 20:50:39
"Well-crafted imitation Surefire Suppressor from Madbull! The suppressor itself is light and durable, so you don't have to worry about adding too much weight to the front end of the rifle. The locking mechanism is almost fail-proof, the only way it can be unlatched unintentionally is to break the thing off, which won't be happening any time soon. Surefire trademarks (with real-steel caliber markings) make this a hell of a realistic suppressor. 5/5 for me.

On a side note, if you order this suppressor, don't freak out like I did when you get it when you notice you can't see the adaptor. It's actually locked into the suppressor itself, so you have to stick your finger in the opening, unlock the suppressor's QD feature, and pull out the flash hider adapter. Ingenious, Madbull.

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