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Model Number: ERM-JG-M16-6618
This is the new Jing Gong M16-A1 Vietnam Style Electric Airsoft Rifle. This 1:1 scale rifle comes with a high quality metal gear box, a metal barrel, a full metal stock, and an adjustable front and rear sight. Jump right into the action at a blazing 330 FPS, a magazine which holds 190 rounds, all powered by a large-type 8.4V battery. The new JG M16-A1 has an astounding rate of fire of 500-1000 rounds per minute, equaling that of much more expensive guns in it's class. This gun also comes with a removable handle. This is a great quality Airsoft gun that is perfect for law enforcement and security forces training exercises.
- Metal Gear Box
- Best Training Tool for Law Enforcement and Security Forces
- High-Cap Magazine
- Adjustable Hop-up System
- Semi and Full Automatic Mode
- Metal Barrel
- Adjustable Front and Rear Sight
- Jing Gong M16-A1 Vietnam Style Electric Airsoft Rifle
- Large Type 8.4V 1300mAh Battery
- Battery Charger
- Firing Velocity: 330 FPS w/ .2g BBs
- Rate of Fire: 500 to 1000 Rounds / Minute
- Magazine Capacity: 190 Rounds
- Length: 39 in.
Jing Gong or JG, otherwise known as Golden Bow, has swept the Airsoft market by providing competition AEG rifles that come well built and stocked with high quality parts. Most guns shoot with a velocity of over 350 FPS with factory stocked components. Most JG guns are constructed with a metal gearbox/internals. It is easy to upgrade a JG gun as they are compatible with Tokyo Marui parts. With improved construction, durability and sturdy, eye catching designs, JG is taking the Airsoft world by storm.
Electric Airsoft Rifles use batteries as their power source and they shoot very fast. Some Electric Airsoft Rifles come with semi-automatic fire. That means that when you pull the trigger only 1 BB will come out at a time. Other Electric Airsoft Rifles come with full-automatic fire. This means that when you pull the trigger multiple BBs will come out at a time. The longer you hold the trigger down the more BBs come out. Check the description above to see which kind of gun this is and if it is right for you. Electric Airsoft Rifles don't require any pumping or cocking, just simply point and shoot. This is a High End Electric Airsoft Gun. Please only use .20 gram high quality BBs with this item in order to keep it in proper working order. Using anything else as ammunition for this gun will void the warranty and may cause it to jam. Also, to keep your Electric Airsoft Gun working properly, do not fire the gun when there are no BBs in it as it may cause damage to your gun. You must be 18 years of age or older to purchase this Airsoft gun.
For questions regarding this product please email our friendly customer service team.
Overall Raing: 5 out of 5 stars
Top Customer Reviews
By: Jimbo on September 9, 2012
definitely needs a three round burst.
By: Airsoftman on August 8, 2012
wish i could get it today, but unfortunately not
By: Mayham on July 7, 2012
this gun is nice but i dont like electric guns cuz you all ways need to charge it
By: Aleczander on February 2, 2012
LOOKS AWSOME!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wanna get it. When i get it i wanna attach a nade launcher to it. Im also get a nother clip for it as well.
By: Yo on January 1, 2012
should i get this or the electric tomson m1a1 on the bottom of the secnd page of electric airsoftguns.
By: Jj on January 1, 2012
Looks cool I will get it in a little bite maybe
By: Adam on January 1, 2012
It's a great GUN!!! I use it for my airsoft team also! its great for it but it should have a three shot burst setting but thats no problem its 330 fps with .2 bbs great that I have those bbs they hurt like ***** though but were lucky its not real great job Hobby Tron!
By: Yo on January 1, 2012
someone tell me how much fps this gun has.
By: Gerbs on January 1, 2012
330 fps with .2 bbs