ICS (Metal) M4 S.I.R. Crane Stock Airsoft Gun AEG
ICS (Metal) M4 S.I.R. Crane Stock Airsoft Gun AEG ICS (Metal) M4 S.I.R. Crane Stock Airsoft Gun AEG

ICS (Metal) M4 S.I.R. Crane Stock Airsoft Gun AEG

Reference: ICS-128
Price: £255.00      
Qty In Stock: 4
Location: M1-R0-S0-P0-D0
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Description

ICS M4 SIR Crane Stock Metal Airsoft Gun AEG.

ICS S.I.R. Crane Stock W/O Battery - Metal body
ICS Metal M4 Version
Hop-Up: same as ICS metal version hop up. Adjustable hop-up
Firing Rate: Firing rate depends on battery voltage and spring setting
Battery: 7.4 Li-Po (Type 19) (Not Included)
Weight : around 2500 kg ~ 3000kg
Max.range : N/A
Mag Pellet Capacity: 450 rounds
Body material : Metal
Outer barrel material : same as ICS metal version, metal
RIS material: same as ICS metal version, metal
stock material : same as ICS metal version, metal or plastic
carry handle material : Metal
Unique Serial Numbered Body: Yes
Metal Bearings : Yes
High Quality Silicone Wiring System: Yes
Hot-Swap Gearbox Design (Change your upper gearbox (main spring & piston) in under 5 minutes!) :Same as ICS metal version, Metal split gear box Working forward assist knob (releaves strain on gears after use):Yes

Rear wired with mini Tamiya connector.

Battery: 7.4 LiPo (Type 18) (Not Included)



Specification
  • ICS Gun Information
  • All ICS Guns (except M1 Garand) are downgraded in the ICS factory to UK legal specifications
  • This means that the guns will chrono between 290 and 350 fps on a .2g BB dependant on barrel length and gun model.
  • ICS install a M100 spring instead of the M120 and with Infinite 2500 motor instead of Turbo 3000 motor.
  • The reason for the spring change is to get the velocity below the UK legal limit
  • The reason for the motor change is to minimise motor over spin that courses 2 bbs being fired from 1 pull of the trigger on sub 400 fps rifles.
  • On all ICS EBB guns the decocking function (what happens when the fire selector is moved to Safe) has been removed by the factory.
  • The reason for the removal of the decocking feature is that under some circumstances after moving from safe to single shot the action can load an extra bb into the hop unit resulting in a double shot or damage to the rifle.

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