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ARES Licensed Remington MSR Bolt Action Spring Powered Sniper Rifle (Model: MSR-700 / Black)

ID: 78970 (SR-MSR-012)
2.7 stars, based on 3 reviews
ARES Licensed Remington MSR Bolt Action Spring Powered Sniper Rifle (Model: MSR-700 / Black)
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  • Bolt action single shot spring powered rifle
  • Precision CNC machined aluminum receiver
  • Precision CNC machined handguard and stock
  • 545mm Picatinny flat top rail for optics
  • Ergonomic slip resistant rubberized pistol grip
  • Folding stock w/ adjustable butt pad & cheek riser
  • Fluted metal barrel
  • Licensed by Remington

FPS Range: 370-390

Color: Black

Length: 860mm / 1090mm / 1145mm
Weight: 4600g
Magazine Capacity: 75rds
Muzzle Velocity: 370~390 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs)
Fire Modes: Single Shot, Safety
System: Bolt Action, High Power Spring
Package Includes: Gun, Magazine, Manual
Hopup: Yes, Adjustable

Manufacturer: ARES

About ARES

Established in 2010, ARES has been producing excellent airsoft product, ranging from automatic electric guns (AEG), gas powered guns, spring power guns, grenade launchers, internal & external upgrade part, accessories, and even unique gun rack system. We aim to satisfy both avid airsoft players and gun collectors.ARES airsoft guns and products are distinguishably stand out from other competitors on the market, because of our simple and direct technical innovation which is designed and tested in-house by our R&D team. We hold very a high standard of quality, performance and realism on our airsoft guns and products.

3 Customer Reviews

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by Lamarcus F. on 07/27/2020
"A disclaimer first. This is my opinion of the Msr 700 black you may feel differently about it. I have to say out of the box you can feel the power radiating from it. It’s around 9lbs so prepare to get a little more strong carrying this bad boy around the field. I got it the night before I got to use it on the field, so I popped a bipod, a 16x40mm scope, and spray painted that horrible orange tip. Mag says 75 rounds, but don’t believe that since it’s brand new. Pretty effective on the field as long as you stick with team mates. This gun is a solid build (besides the silly hop up placement) and good but won’t make you a god. I wanted to feel the full effect of the weapon so I didn’t go with a pistol. Only a ghillie and the rifle. I must say I managed to survive the game even hitting a Marshall in the gut on accident (he really felt it)

Solid build
All eyes are on you
Pretty good range out of the box (380fps with .3s)
Good weight to keep stable
Makes you strong (I didn’t put a sling on)
Foldable stock for carrying or storage
Hits hard

Heavy for most players
Holds around 60 rounds (new spring so it’s ok)
Horrible hop up placement
That orange tip covers a large portion of the front
A little pricey

In closing, would I recommend this rifle? Probably not if you can get your hands on a VSR10 (which I have one) and possibly get it upgraded. If you just love the look of it and are pretty willing to stay as a solid attack force of five to seven players go for it. I give it a 4 simply because it’s a nice rifle that can effectively deal out long range precision shots at the enemies. It loses points for the little things that could easily be over looked.
by Jared S. on 02/07/2021
"Buy it for looks, buy something else for function.

solid build
looks great

Almost 12 pounds
Breaks easily
Walmart quality stock parts
Upgrades hard to find

Let me save you the trouble...
Needs a new barrel ($105)
Needs the steel cylinder upgrade kit ($95)
Needs a new bucking and nub ($7 and $11)
Needs half a dozen replacement sears (their steel sears wear out quickly ($8 each)....if you can find them
Needs an upgraded and almost impossible to find trigger assembly (in order to avoid ordering so many sears...$150)

Just know that they go through trigger sears like crazy and if you want it to perform as good as it looks.z ""
by Joshua M. on 01/11/2020
"Hope this review helps anyone looking for a cool looking gun. Sorry for the long read....

1. Looks cool
2. Decent stock internals (minus hop-up design)
3. Heavy/sturdy

1. Absolutely worst hop-up design in the history of bad airsoft ideas (see below)...
2. Heavy
3. Pricy for what you actually get (gun only)
4. No designated upgradable parts. If you want to upgrade you have to research and do the work yourself. Some custom work required - especially since novritch quit selling his upgrade kit for it.

I would like to start by saying that I bought this gun cause I was looking for something a little different than your normal every day gun - like the VSR-10 or M40 series. To me the review on this gun is pretty accurate. It really does look cool and is mostly sturdy. On sturdy the only real disappointment is the folding stock is kind of wobbly when locked open unless you put a bushing or something there (like thick tape or something). But the gun really is heavy to lug around. Especially for a game.
As for the price, the stock internals and style of gun are not worth the $400+ for the gun. Its worth maybe $300 - and that's a really heavy maybe. Why, you ask? The hop-up and lack of marketable upgrades make it so. Sure there are some parts you can interchange from the VSR-10 line and others...but the problem is you have to find them yourself. As for the hop-up it really is the worst design ever. ARES made the hop-up with a long adjustable screw-key and has to stay in the top, middle of the gun at all times. It sits right in the middle of your scope/optics (totally unrealistic) and obstructs even the top view (if you have iron sights above or below a scope). You can see through a scope, but otherwise it looks stupid and is in the way. Not to mention if you accidentally hit something and bend the key or strip the small screw threads. And there are no replaceable keys that I can find on the market. I took to re-drilling the hop-up adjustment holes and using the striker hop-up knob (with a lot of modifications). That was a lot more work than I bargained for though. ARES seems to have a knack for making cool looking guns; just without good working, game-play functionality.

All in all I give it a 2 out of 5. I would have given it a 1 but the weight and looks have to count for something. If ARES had put a little more thought and effort into this product (and others of theirs...) it would have been worth double the price to me. But they really dropped the ball on a marketable, upgradable, field functioning product. If I had known how much work I would have needed to put into this to make it what I was hoping for I would not have bought it. Again it looks great and feels great. But that's about as good as it gets.

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