Features Fully licensed by Swiss Arms with laser engraved trademarks Heavy duty metal alloy receiver assembly with metal barrel assembly Lightweight polymer furniture (pistol grip, stock) Adjustable length of pull M4 style tactical stock CNC aluminum quad rail handguard for mounting tactical accessories Full length Picatinny rail for optics Ambidextrous fire selector (safe / semi / auto) Tokyo Marui compatible Ver3 metal gearbox Rotary style hopup
SG an abbreviation for Sturmgewehr which translates to "Rifle" is the designation given to the new rifle being developed for the Swiss Army as a modern, modular combat rifle that can be configured and deployed for numerous roles.
The SG556 is the latest iteration of the SG55x line of infantry rifles. The SG556 shares many of the same features and ergonomics as its original 550/551/552/553 predecessors. The most notable update to this weapons platform is the ability to accept the very common and widely available M4 / M16 compatible STANAG magazines with an M4 / M16 style button magazine release. Further updates include an M4 style buffer tube along with an M4 style adjustable length of pull butt stock to replace the side folding single position "classic" stock. Additional enhancements include a CNC machined aluminum quad rail handguard for easy installation of tactical components such as grips, lights, and laser systems.
Manufacturer: Cybergun (Swiss Arms Licensed) FPS: 370 Specifications: Length:
720mm / 790mm (Collapsed / Extended)
Ver 3 Metal, Fully Upgradeable
7.4v Small Buffer Tube Type LiPo recommended (Battery not included. Wired to Handguard w/ Small Tamiya Connector)
About Cybergun / Spartan Mil/LE
Cybergun is the world leader in designing and distributing replica dummy weapons for video game aficionados, sport or outdoor shooting, and collectors.
About Swiss Arms
Swiss Arms, formerly a sub-division of SIG, produces the standard issue service rifle of the Swiss Armed Forces the SG550 line.. The SG (Sturmgewehr / Assault Rifle) 550 was designed as a modern, modular infantry rifle meant to replace the Swiss Armys aging Stgw 57 Battle Rifles. The newer modernized rifle will feature modularity in a single platform to provide the appropriate equipment from Special Forces needs all the way to a General Issue Infantry weapon. Other features include vastly reduced weight as well as being chambered in the common NATO 5.56x45mm cartridge.
(Write a review) "I have only just received it 2 days ago, but so far I am happy with this gun. It has some weight to it, heavy in the hand, but solid. Nothing came loose, no bad suprises very tight. the selector swich is very tight, i used some silicone on that as well as when you pull the stock, its very tight. It seems very realistic. Normally when I get A new AEG first thing I do is clean the inner barrel. It seems to me that A new barrel, fresh out the box is VERY DIRTY , most times, not so on this one, it was clean. The FPS is I believe what is advertised. The motor is not putting out A great ROF, but it will do, probibly will upgrade that in the future. So far its realistic, no surprise out the box , and is fun to shoot, accurate The rotory hop up is fine. I got she shorter model, and its exciting so far. hope this helps. CL. "Finally got to use this gun all day for indoor cqb
Out of the box I think the gun performs great for what it is and what it costs! All my M4 mags fit the gun except for my 2 A&K 60rd midcaps. The gun was extremely accurate and I was able to hit many targets through very small swindles and cracks. ROF isn’t the craziest but we were firing semi only anyway. The body is full metal and feels great. I’ve gotten a lot of compliments on the gun. Hop up is rotary style and easy to adjust.
My two complaints about the gun thus far:
The selector switch doesn’t really seem to lock into place. You’ll hear it click but it’s so easy to accidentally turn it. My biggest gripe is the stock. On mine the buffer tube is loose. If i screw it all the way in, then the stock points sideways. It’s not hard to be playing a game and suddenly you hit your stock the wrong way and have it wobbling around on you. I’ll try replacing the buffer tube, but as it is i can’t get my stock to be tight AND in proper position. Write a Review
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