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Army Armament R85A2 Rail SA80 6mm Airsoft Electric Blow Back Assault Rifle RIF AEG

Availability: Out of stock


Quick Overview

6mm BB Electric Rifle with 330fps power and a 450 round high capacity magazine.


This 1:1 scale electric blow back replica of the SA80 is great quality and very heavy! This is a bullpup design rifle with the action behind the trigger allowing for a longer barrel length with a compact body. This is firing around 330 fps and comes with a 450 round high cap magazine. This has a full metal body with reinforced plastic grips, metal cocking handle (opens to show hop adjuster), and a metal rail & carry handle. This has a metal gearbox, gears and is compatible with many after market spares, accessories and upgrades. This is a great solid rifle and is built to last! This comes with a daniel defence style railed front end.

 This even comes with a battery and charger!

You MUST be 18 or over to purchase this.

Please note this is a VCRA applicable Realistic Imitation Firearm. You must be UKARA registered (or have a defence under the VCRA) to purchase this as is, for more information please click here. Please contact us or state your UKARA registration number in the comments box when you order.

 If needed we can spray this for you (at an extra cost of £15.00) so that it meets the requirements to allow anyone over 18 to purchase this.  Please select this option from the menu above.

Additional Information

Manufacturer Army Armament
SKU srer333

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