SRC BULLDOG AEG AK47C AIRSOFT GUN
This is a SRC Professional Grade Airsoft Rifles, these rifles improve on the previous versions by adding a number of cosmetic improvements as well as upgraded internals. This AK47c Professional Grade Airsoft Rifle features both semi and fully automatic shooting modes with an impressive 600 RPM. The stock makes this Airsoft Rifle usable in a variety of situations. SPORTLINE Airsoft rifles are designed for skirmishing, they are light and made of plastic and deliver outstanding performance. With outstanding internals and light plastic body makes this gun easy to carry all day at your next event. You will need a fast loader to fill the mid-cap magazine supplied with this airsoft gun. Battery and charger are NOT included with this airsoft gun.
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This outstanding Bulldog CQB AEG has the latest features that make this one of the best airsoft guns for the money. A sportline gun that features a 32 round mid-cap magazine plus a smooth selector switch to change from safety to semi-auto and full-auto firing. It has a metal inner barrel and the SRC Hop-Up system.
This airsoft gun is complete with a 30 round Mid-Cap magazine, simply fill the mag by hand or with a speed loader – only use high quality polished 6mm BB pellets such as Bulldog. It is always a good idea to have more than one magazine fully loaded and ready! BB speed loaders are available on this website or why not upgrade to a 600 round Hi-Cap magazine.
This airsoft gun is electric and requires a rechargeable airsoft battery to fire – battery NOT included with this gun. We recommend using any of the Bulldog Airsoft pro battery packs to guarantee compatibility. Always charge using a pro airsoft charger that will stop when charging is complete. This gun is compatible with both 8.4V and 9.6V 1600 crane Bulldog Airsoft batteries.
The selector switch allows the shooter to change firing modes of the gun from safety to semi-auto and full-auto. The selector switch is located above the trigger and grip on the right-hand side of the gun’s receiver. It is located in this standard position to allow the shooter to select the firing mode with a simple flick of there thumb. For more info please see our video.
Hop-up devices apply backspin to the projectile reducing the air pressure on its top side. This causes the plastic pellet to fall less over a given distance than it would without the spin applied, extending the effective range of the weapon without increasing velocity. The HOP-UP on this airsoft gun is located behind the dust cover as normal but is not on a spring, so you will need to pull the dust cover down by hand to adjust hop-up.