LT-12BK-G2 M4 KEYMOD EVO

LT-12BK-G2 M4 KEYMOD EVO
Item# LT-12BK
Regular price: $140.00
Your Price: $128.99

Product Description

MANUFACTURER: LANCER TACTICAL

OPERATION: ELECTRIC AUTOMATIC

MATERIAL: NYLON POLYMER FRAME, STOCK / METAL OUTER BARREL, MAGAZINE, GEARBOX

COLOR: BLACK

VELOCITY: 376-393 FPS

GEARBOX: VERSION 2 (METAL)

OVERALL LENGTH: 31"-34.4" IN (EXTENDED STOCK)

WEIGHT: 4.28 LBS

INNER BARREL LENGTH: 317.5MM

INNER BARREL DIAMETER: 6.03 MM

BATTERY: 9.6V NUNCHUCK (INCLUDED)

MAGAZINE CAPACITY: 300RD HI-CAP

FEATURES:

KEYMOD NYLON POLYMER RAIL SYSTEM.

CRAFTED NYLON POLYMER RECEIVERS.

REINFORCED METAL OUTER BARREL.

VERSION 2 METAL GEARBOX.

QUICK CHANGE SPRING SYSTEM.

7 LINES OF KEYMOD ON RAIL FOR CUSTOMIZED PLACEMENT OF RAIL PANELS

LOWER PICATINNY RAIL FOR STOCK OR LIGHT ATTACHMENTS.

FULLY ADJUSTABLE STOCK.

CAPABLE TO QUICKLY CHANGE SPRING GUIDES.

FLIP UP FRONT AND REAR SIGHTS.

ROTARY HOP-UP UNIT DISPLAY.

HIGH CAPACITY METAL MAGAZINE HOLDS 300 ROUNDS.

BATTERY AND CHARGER INCLUDED

THIS AIRSOFT GUN COMES WITH A 9.6V 1600 MAH NUNCHUCK BATTERY. THE INCLUDED CHARGER WITH UL CERTIFICATE FEATURES A BUILT-IN INDICATOR LIGHT. RED LIGHT INDICATES BATTERY IS CHARGING. ONCE IT TURNS GREEN, THE BATTERY IS FULLY CHARGED.

KENTUCKY RESIDENTS. You must be 18 years of age or older to purchase any Airsoft Replica from BG Airsoft. An over 18 age waiver is required for all Replica Purchases. You DO NOT need a waiver for parts and accessories. Before your order is shipped you must download, sign, scan and email a signed Waiver to sales@bgairsoft.com Waivers can be downloaded by clicking on the BG Airsoft Waiver Link at the bottom of the menu on the left of this page.

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!!