A&K M4 PTW AEG

A&K M4 PTW AEG
Item# IU-PTW-NB
Regular price: $400.00
Your Price: $351.99

Product Description

The A&K MAX PTW is a step up to producing quality airsoft guns to match the real gun counterpart. Externally, the A&K PTW features standard equipment that you would find on most m4 variant airsoft guns such as the metal outer barrel, metal body, polymer hand guard, polymer pistol grip, and polymer crane stock. On the crane stock there is a felt padding to add comfort to the user. The beauty of the A&K PTW comes from the internals. Inside the A&K PTW, the mechanical components are similar to the Systema PTW for only a fraction of the cost of the Systema PTW! Similar to the real gun counterpart, once the magazine is empty, the gun stops firing until fresh ammunition is put in. Overall, this is an excellent and affordable way to train for your real gun counterpart or for those who prefer the more realism output of airsoft.

Specifications:

Manufacturer: A&K

Model: MAX PTW

Muzzle Velocity: 450-460 FPS

Magazine Capacity: 120rds

Color: Black

Package Includes: Gun, Magazine, Hop Up Key

Features:

Electronic Auto Cut Off

Planetary Style Gearbox

Polymer Hand Guard

Slim Pistol Grip

Metal Body

One-Piece Barrel

Felt Stock Padding

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While the sport of Airsoft is designed to be enjoyed by all ages, ignoring proper safety practices can turn a day of fun into a tragedy. Todays modern airsoft guns are capable of firing a BB at velocities that can and will penetrate fabric and skin, causing serious injury. Always wear "Full Seal" eye protection and observe proper weapon handling practices such as keeping the weapon on "safe" and cleared with the magazine out to prevent accidental discharge. REMEMBER!! Safety begins with the shooter!!