Why would anyone need, or even want, that?
It's like a glock conversion kit, but easier to service. Uglier, too.
The fore-grip just makes no sense.
[release]Cosmetically, this gun is Jeckyll and Hyde. The receiver, top cover and CNC-machined front RIS are as nice as you will find on any gun for any price. The rubber handgrip is kind of chintzy, but not too bad - it just doesn't belong on this gun, I don't think.
The stock is straight off a JG AK Beta Spetznaz. Plastic, with rubberized coating. It is a GLARING weakness - a better quality AK74 stock would have been a much better choice.
The selector level doesn't just loosen over time - it starts loose, and it is more difficult to tighten and a more persistent problem than I've ever seen on any other AK.
That all being said, [b]slap a tac scope and an M203 on this baby and it looks pretty sweet[/b]. A new, longer stock to balance it out, and it's a pretty piece of hardware.
Metal parts look and feel great
Quality construction, fit and finish (except for stock)
[b]Plenty of room for a full-length M203[/b]
Stock is wrong for this gun and ruins the feel, both in function and quality
Loose selector lever
FPS out of the box are highter than they should be to play in most games[/release]
I would [I]rage[/I] if I saw someone with that gun.
I wouldn't even consider it an AK any more. I think that if you put an M4 stock on that It would be considered an AR.
It looks like the fucked up child of the 'Sako Rk. 95 Tp' and a box of Picatinny rails.
[QUOTE=FPKawaii;24441909]I wouldn't even consider it an AK any more. I think that if you put an M4 stock on that It would be considered an AR.[/QUOTE]
Lol I said that up there.
lol just saw this on Evike.
Hah, I just saw that IRL a week and a half ago, Jeff from CapitalAirsoft had one.
[quote]I was annihilating people and calling in airstrikes with the super PEQ, but then there was a problem. I filled it with helium to make the gun float around, I just guided it-- it's great for the ultimate lightweight loadout. Only problem was when my hicap ran out, the gun got too light and floated away when I wasn't looking.
I don't recommend this product for tactical gun floating. Get the metal body version.[/quote]
Fuck, I want one now.
Haha, oh shit that could be really bad.
Drop your gun for a second, turn your back on it, and it'll be thirty feet in the air.