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LCT Airsoft RPK NV Full Metal Airsoft AEG with Real Wood Furniture

ID: 63267 (AEG-LCT-RPK)
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4.8 stars, based on 8 reviews
LCT Airsoft RPK NV Full Metal Airsoft AEG with Real Wood Furniture
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  • Stamped steel receiver replicates the look and feel of a real AK type rifle
  • Beautiful finished real wood furniture
  • Folding integrated bipod
  • Polymer motor grip
  • Easy to adjust hop up
  • Standard version 3 gearbox with 9mm bearings, can be upgraded with all version 3 parts
  • Includes one stamped steel 130 round mid capacity magazine

Manufacturer: LCT Airsoft

FPS: 400

Color: Black / Wood


Length: 1065mm
Weight: 4500g
Inner Barrel: ~550mm
Magazine Capacity: 130rd mid Capacity. Works with LCT, Dboy, CYMA and other compatible AK Series Airsoft AEG Magazines
Muzzle Velocity: 410-430 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs)
Thread Direction: 28mm Negative
Gearbox: Ver 3 Full Metal, Fully Upgradeable
Motor: Short Type
Fire Modes: Semi/Full-Auto, Safety
Battery: 9.6v Small Stick Type or 7.4v stick LiPo recommended (Battery not included. Wired to stock with small Tamiya connector)
Hopup: Yes, Adjustable
Package Includes: Gun, Magazine, Manual

About LCT Airsoft

When it comes to Airsoft externals, LCT is one of the most prolific brands on the market. LCT prides themselves in making some of the most realistic replicas in Airsoft through great attention to detail and by closely replicating the same manufacturing processes used to make their real firearm counterparts.LCT shows the same level of commitment for their AEG internals as their externals; the LCT gearboxes feature an enhanced list of parts users would typically upgrade to. These high performance, reinforced internals boast greatly improved reliability while still remaining completely Tokyo Marui (TM) compatible.

8 Customer Reviews

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by Ayden H. on 03/06/2022
"Amazing gun everyone is afraid of you on the field. Buy more midcap magazines. Gun is superpowerful and scary on fullauto. The battery compartment is a bit annoying but other than that its a great gun.
by George T. on 12/16/2021
"The LCT Airsoft RPK with real wood furniture is a robust AEG worth the price. It is either my main LMG or I use it as a back to the M60. It held up well to a lot of abuse-dust, grime, forest, vegetation, using it to prop yourself up from a prone position. Once the hop-up is adjusted it has very decent range using heavier BBs. It could be long but one gets used to it and its weight too. The only downside to this AEG is not the AEG itself but the drum magazines available for it. Not only are the drum magazines hard to come by but the internals seems to always run into feeding problems. I encountered haphazardly installed internal switches (to feed BBs) to a substandard feeding tube which spit open as it's made up of two halves of tube. Otherwise the LCT Airsoft RPK is a very good purchase. Just watch the drum magazines you use on it.
by Wayne B. on 11/24/2021
"TLDR: This is a solid LMG platform that runs quite well right out of the box. Recommend a new bucking, 3S battery, and an M125 spring to reach 450fps/1.88J limit.

I received this replica about two weeks ago. The external quality is awesome. All wood and steel. It’s quite heavy which I love. The one thing I noticed right away that I disliked is the hand grip is plastic. I’d rather it be made out of wood if that’s possible. The front sling attachment point is also getting a little loose after running around with it. Might need to epoxy that back onto the front wood under the barrel. The rest is awesome.

Internally, this thing is pretty solid. It’s got an M120 spring out of the box. The gearbox seemed pretty well shimmed to my amateur eye. And compression was literally perfect. I took it fully apart to check everything and the piston/cylinder compression was 100%, no leaks at all no matter how hard I pressed them together. The nozzle also has an o-ring and had perfect compression. Angle of engagement also seemed spot on to me. I’m not really an airsoft tech, just a mechanically inclined person but this all seemed good.

The only fault I could find was the stock bucking which seemed kind of low quality. Sort of a greasy black rubber. I immediately swapped it for a Maple Leaf Super Hop 70 degrees. The hop-up unit also seemed like it might not be seating into the gearbox that well so I recently put some teflon tape around it to try and seal it up a bit better. Haven’t used it or chrono’d with it after this change. But I don’t detect any air leaking out anywhere.

Stock, it chrono’d at 402-417 FPS on 0.20g. On a 2S LiPo, it had a low to moderate RoF and not very fast trigger response. On 3S, it came alive. I’d definitely recommend 11.1V, contacts be damned. Burn them out then buy an MOSFET, I say. I ran it on a 2200mah 3S LiPo which fit in the stock no problem and lasted about 5000rds (you’re gonna want to buy a lot of ammo for this…). I also adjusted the motor height a bit higher after playing with it which seemed to improve the RoF and responsiveness.

The gearbox has a quick-change spring system but accessing the gearbox is not that quick. I swapped in a Matrix M125 spring which increased the FPS to 430-440 on 0.20g. This is right where I want to be for my field which has a 450fps limit for LMGs. I also had it chrono’d on 0.28g and it shot about 380fps, right at 1.87J, perfect. The RoF did suffer a little with the new spring, as expected. I corrected the motor height and restored most of the RoF, but I'll be keeping an eye on the motor to make sure it can keep up. Otherwise, a super-high torque (18k-28k) may be on order in the future.

I played a whole day with it shooting 0.28g and the range was good but left me wanting slightly. That was on the stock M120 spring. I’m going to run 0.32g BBs on the M125 and I think it’ll be super solid.

The stock inner barrel is 24”/610mm and is recessed from the end of the outer barrel by about half an inch. It’s super long. On heavier BBs it may suffer from some undervoluming. I may end up picking up a 550mm 6.03, or I can use that money on a new platform… we’ll see. But the groupings on the stock barrel and maple leaf bucking were reasonable. It is an LMG after all so accuracy by volume works just fine for me.

The stock mag is NOT going to be sufficient to get you through an actual game with this thing. I purchased an Angel Custom 1500rd Firestorm flash mag and I don’t really recommend it. The flash winding mechanism broke in the first game. The electric version of that one is probably better. But I’m just going to get the huge metal LCT electric drum and be done with it. This is gonna put the setup over 15lbs at least I bet. Note, on the angel custom AK adapter, I did have to file the front lip that locks into the magwell to be a bit thinner to actually fit into the LCT RPK NV. Took about 2 minutes with a square file to get it thin enough for a snug fit. So keep that in mind with other brand AK mags.

Overall, I’m happy with the purchase. A 3S battery and it’s solid out of the box. Replacing the bucking takes _10mins and is a worthwhile upgrade. It’s only 2 grub screws under the rear sight to remove the whole front end (unscrew them far enough or it won’t budge) and the two button head screws holding the hopup unit onto the front end. Definitely get a drum, or some hi-caps, or even the electric dual-mag hi-cap if you want to be different. I shot 5000rds out of this thing the first day I used it (probably 2.5hrs of gameplay). Bring enough ammo and this RPK will keep a smile on your face.

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