ARES Amoeba CG 16" M4

ARES Amoeba CG 16" M4
Item# AM-009-DE
Regular price: $300.00
Your Price: $274.99
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Product Description

ARES Amoeba CG 16" M4 Carbine Airsoft AEG - Dark Earth


Built from extremely tough reinforced polymer material

Compact design is perfect for CQB

Textured pistol grip

Adjustable stock

Easy to access battery compartment

Flip-up removable front and rear sight

Enlarged magazine release button for easy use

Full metal gearbox with reinforced internals

ARES unique built-in Electronic Firing Control System (EFCS - Safe / Semi / 3rd Burst / Full Auto)

Gearbox programmable via EFCS programming unit (sold seperately)

Flat top receiver for 20mm Picatinny / Weaver mounted optics and accessories

Aluminum alloy free float modular RIS handguard

Length: 750mm-830mm, Adjustable

Weight: 5.19 lbs / 2600g

Inner Barrel: ~363mm

Magazine Capacity: 300rd Hi-Capacity.

Muzzle Velocity: 380~420 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs)

Thread Direction: 14mm Negative

Gearbox: Ver 2 Full Metal, Fully Upgradeable

Motor: High Torque Long Type

Fire Modes: Semi/Full-Auto, Safety

Battery: 9.6v 1600mAh Small Butterfly Type or similar sized LiPoly recommended (Wired to the rear w/ Small Tamiya Connector)

Hopup: Yes, Adjustable

Package Includes: Gun, Magazine, Vertical Grip, Manual

Manufacturer: AMOEBA Airsoft (OEM: ARES)

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