Features Durable polymer 9mm style carbine receiver with matte anodized finish and stamped G&G rollmarks, mimics the popular billet style of receiver Adjustable PDW style collapsible stock with stock tube 5" M-LOK handguard is compatible with all M-LOK accessories Ergonomic motor grip with enhanced trigger guard allows for easier use of the carbine with gloves Flat faced competition style trigger, textured selector switch and mock bolt catch provide the ARP9 with aggressive details Integrated MOSFET protects wiring and is programmable to fire either 3-round burst or fully automatic ETU (enhanced trigger unit) improves trigger response and cyclic rate FPS Range: 330-350
The G&G ARP9 is a unique and exciting entry into the CQB M4 style rifle AEG category. Extremely compact and lightweight, from afar the ARP9 resembles a traditional M4 type rifle, but when one gets closer, they realize the ARP9 is a completely different beast. Based off of the G&G CM16 series of AEGs the ARP9 retains all of the features favored by players but in a unique 9mm style carbine. Using the traditionally solid G&G gearbox, paired with their inline MOSFET, the ARP9 puts out all of the same performance of a CM16 M4, but in a compact and unique package.
500mm - 590mm (adjustable)
G&G 9mm style carbine magazine / 300 rounds
Ver 2 Full Metal, Fully Upgradeable
7.4V Small Butterfly Type recommended (Battery not included. Wired to buffer tube with small Tamiya connector)
Gun, Magazine, Manual
Established in Taiwan in 1986, G&G has always been determined to make the highest quality Airsoft products. G&G continues to find new designs, better materials, and innovative systems to make our products stronger and more competitive. We always focus on customer's needs and we believe that a high-quality product is the best sales pitch.It is our continual goal that our customers can enjoy the best possible experience using our products, and we strive to deliver the best quality product as the key to our success.
(Write a review) "This gun is nearly perfect. I bought it for my wife and she loves it. We had 3 issues with it. Removing the orange tip to add a tracer is REALLY difficult. The Battery compartment is very small and will cause you some trouble. And last the buttock is really small and doesn't rest well on the shoulder. They do sell battery compartment extenders and I've even seen butt stock attachments that make it a bit girthier. I recommend even with these issues. The gun performs so well. "I've had this gun for about 2 and a half years now, and I have to say that this is one of the best airsoft guns I have ever bought. It's entire body is made of polymer minus the metal handguard, but it's a really tough and durable kind of polymer that doesn't feel cheap. What makes this gun is the internals. A high quality gearbox that will last a long time, a trigger response that feels quick and snappy, programmable for full auto and 3 round burst, and a MOSFET allowing you to use any battery you want (if you are not running an 11.1 lipo in this thing you are doing yourself a disfavor).
I feel like anyone can feel comfortable running the ARP9, from speedsofters to milsimers. It's lightweight and snappy which is favorable amongst speedsofters, and while it may not be a replica on anything specific minus "9mm AR," it still looks "militaristic" enough to fit in a mil-sim game.
The biggest critique I have of the ARP9 however is its battery storage which is inside the buffer tube. I doubt there is any battery in existence that be stuffed in there while having everything be sealed. What I and many other owners do is have the battery partially sticking out with the stock fully extended. It isn't as bad as it sounds though, I find that the battery still remains secure even when running around. If you're still concerned about dirt and debris getting to the battery, Airtech does make a buffer tube extender that better covers the battery, however you will no longer be able to collapse the stock all the way. It's a shame because when the stock is fully collapsed it's a pretty short little thing that looks fun to hip fire or fire from one hand.
Another critique is the iron sights that come with the gun. For some reason they are these really adjustable long range style irons which are good for a longer rifle but bad for the ARP9. The rear sight especially has this very tiny aperture to look through that isn't appropriate for CQB. I would highly suggest buying a red dot for a better sight picture and target acquisition.
Other than that, it's hard to say anything negative. The ARP9 was built for CQB and it does it's job exceedingly well. I would say you can even get away using this outdoors if you manage to get close enough to your opponents. I got his gun when it was $210, and by that price I would say this gun offers a lot for the money and maybe even good for beginners on a budget, but now since the price has been raised to $260, I can't anymore. Still, this gun is hot out of the box, has a lot of after marketability, and is bit unique compared to your typical M4 if you're looking for that. "THIS THING IS AMAZING
Out of the box I was very impressed this is also the perfect gun for starters in my oppinion. I just took it to go airsofting last night and this thing shreds with no attachments. The only attachments I use right now are a sight and a flashlight. Read More Reviews Write a Review
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