BGA MK12 HP reaper EM Conversion

BGA MK12 HP reaper EM Conversion
Regular price: $638.00
Your Price: $574.99

Product Description

The Reaper MK12 HP Conversion is an upgraded version of our standard Reaper MK12 HPA Conversion.

Base Weapon - CYMA CM072

Wolverine Reaper Electromechanical Edition HPA System Pre-installed.

Blackleaf reaper EM Trigger Board Pre-installed.

BGA 3-Point precision alignment

Action Army 6.03x510mm Tightbore W/S-Hop Mod

Prometheus or Madbull Bucking Modded Bucking

Modify Ryusoku Flat Nub

CNC aluminum rotary Hopup

SR-25 Style Mock silencer Included.

Full metal receiver and barrel assembly

Flat top upper receiver allows for easy integration of optics or other accessories

12" metal free float 20mm accessory rail allows for mounting of most popular 20mm accessories

Fixed full size M16 style stock provides a large battery compartment, allowing for use of many different battery types

Enlarge ambidextrous magazine release

Front and rear slip up sights

Reinforced V2 gearbox

Length: 1040mm

Weight: 3100g

Inner Barrel: 450mm

Magazine Capacity: 350 rounds

Muzzle Velocity: Variable

Thread Direction: BULL BARREL - (NOT THREADED)

Fire Modes: Semi-Auto Only, With Safety

Battery: 7.4v Lipo with JST plug (Not Included)

Hopup: Yes, Adjustable

Package Includes: Gun, Magazine, Manual, Patches

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KENTUCKY RESIDENTS. You must be 18 years of age or older to purchase any Airsoft Replica from BG Airsoft.

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!!