Umarex HK M27 IAR
Elite Force H&K M27 IAR by VFC Airsoft AEG Rifle - Black
The M27 Infantry Automatic Rifle (IAR) is a lightweight, magazine-fed 5.56mm weapon used by the United States Marine Corps. It is intended to enhance an automatic rifleman's maneuverability and displacement speed, and it is based on the HK416. The Elite Force H&K M27 IAR by VFC replicates many of the details of the real-steel firearm including the lever on the charging handle, the flip-up iron sights, and of course the fully licensed H&K Trademarks.
Fully Licensed H&K Trademarks
Charging Handle with Realistic M27 Lever
Full Metal Receiver and RIS
Detachable Front and Rear Flip-Up Iron Sights
Retractable Stock with Easy Access Battery Compartment
Ergonomic Motor Grip
Full Metal, Fully Upgradeable 8mm Bearing Version 2 Gearbox
Length: 810mm / 889mm (Adjustable)
Inner Barrel: ~360mm
Magazine Capacity: 300rd Hi-Capacity.
Muzzle Velocity: 370~400 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs)
Thread Direction: 14mm Negative
Gearbox: Ver 2 Full Metal, Fully Upgradeable
Motor: Long Type
Fire Modes: Semi/Full-Auto, Safety
Package Includes: Gun, Magazine, Manual
Battery: 9.6v Small Butterfly Type recommended (Battery not included)
Hopup: Yes, Adjustable
Manufacturer: Elite Force OEM: VFC (Licensed by Heckler & Koch)
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