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The Airsoft Spring Grease Gun Carbine Rifle is a World War II replica. Its Magazine holds 200 in reservoir and 20 in slide, and it comes with BBs, a sling, and safety Glasses and shoots 150 FPS.
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Date: May 02, 2012
it will break very soon. made of cheap quality plastic
Date: April 29, 2012
im wondering does this gun last long or does it break right away
Date: April 22, 2012
does this gun take battiers and it is automatic
Date: April 05, 2012
does this gun hurt to get shot by??
Date: April 01, 2012
is it semi automatic???????????????. thanks.
Date: March 16, 2012
HI THIS IS MONSTERAIRSOFTUSA IF THE OWNER OF HOBBYTRON IS READING THIS WE WILL GIVE AWAY A FREE MP40 IF YOU GIVE US A FREE PISTOL
Date: March 04, 2012
listen u noobs, this gun is not a gun thats ment for wars, u might as well buy a 20 dollar spring pistole with like 300 fps. this gun is for a prop or like a hollween costume noobs.
Date: March 03, 2012
GREAT replica! Brought back ALOT of memories from beng on the M60A3. no weight to it, i understand that. Unfortunately, after two days, the bolt release on the inside snapped. i tried to super glue it but, no good. My 14 year old can still go bang-bang. It would be better, in my opinion if this part was available seperatly and made of aluminum or steel. Overall STILL COOL! You DO get what you pay for.
Date: February 12, 2012
is this gun made of metal or plastic
Name: suck it
Date: January 27, 2012
my frend has it and it works good im buying it soon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Date: January 24, 2012
by grease gun that was the name the American GIs gave to it because when you remove the magazine, it looks like the gun is a mechanics tool
Name: a ******** ninja!
Date: January 17, 2012
waht does it mean by grease gun?
Date: January 01, 2012
Well, I actually did get this gun for Christmas. After I have had it for about a week, and gone through a small skirmish battle with it, I'm pretty experienced with the way it operates
For one, you kinda get what you paid for. This gun is a 1:1 scale replica. What other spring gun can you get for $12 that is a 1:1 scale replica? Not many. But, this gun has NO iron sights, at all. Just a peice of plastic where the sights would be. There is a 2 inch tactical rail on the side for a laser. Don't try to put anything else there or else it would look kinda wierd. The gun comes with a hi-cap magazine, which is nice. The charging handle, (atleast on mine) does not rest completely forward in the charging reciever. But, it operates fine. This gun shoots at 150 fps. That is completely true, but 150 fps is not that much. Effective target range is within 15-20 feet. Notice: Keyword "Effective". It can shoot farther, but you won't hit anything short of being the size of a truck. Personally, I like this gun, and dislike this gun in it's own ways. I love the design of the "Grease gun", it is my all time favorite gun. Sadly, Grease guns aren't produced as massly as m4s are, but, you learn to submit. I would recommend this gun to anyone who wants a 1:1 scale ww2 replica gun that is decent for the money.
Date: December 19, 2011
About (in aproximation) how far does this gun shoot? Is the Stock extendable? Does it have any distinguishable/intersting features? I'm hoping to get this for X-Mas so, I kinda curious.
Date: December 05, 2011
This is a good gun but its not the best out there :D
They have way better guns out there! do not buy this gun its not good and the aiming is not so hot either!
Date: November 25, 2011
is this gun any good? is it worth the money?
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