Valken Battle Machine TRG-L BLK
HDP (High Density Polymer) receiver, hand guard, grip, & stock
Free float HDP Keymod hand guard
Low profile flip-up front and rear sight
Metal Mil-Spec buffer tube
Stainless steel 6mm oil-less bushings, reinforced 7 metal-tooth piston w/ ported piston head
Metal one-piece hopup
Metal spring guide
The Valken Tactical Battle Machine Series has arrived, designed to address and meet the demands of the players looking for a competitive AEG. Battle Machine TRG-L configurations come standard with flip up sights and the Free Floating HDP High Density Polymer Keymod system, with a simple cotter pin barrel locking nut for easy removal. The rifle comes standard with a retractable 6-Postion Crane stock that accommodates a range of NiMh 8.4-9.6v and LiPo battery configurations, with plenty of room and an easy tool-less removable butt plate.
Valken Manufacturer warranty: 1 year for parts and labor through Valken
Length: 750mm - 830mm, Adjustable
Inner Barrel: 363mm, 6.05mm Diameter
Magazine Capacity: 300rd High Cap
Muzzle Velocity: 320~350 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs)
Thread Direction: 14mm Negative
Gearbox: Ver. 2
Motor: Standard Long Type
Fire Modes: Semi/Full-Auto, Safety
Battery: 9.6v 1600mAh Small Butterfly Type Recommended (Battery & Charger Not Included)
Package Includes: Gun, Magazine
Hopup: Yes, Adjustable
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