- Classic Army SAS M-7 Classic (Value Package)
- Realistic Arsenal Company markings
- Length: 645 - 880 mm
- Version 3 gearbox
- Adjustable Hop Up
- Velocity: 300 - 340 FPS
- Includes AK47S model, Battery, Charger, Sling, Bag of BBs and Safety Glasses
Classic Army is one of the oldest Airsoft guns manufacturer. Their products used to include all metal airguns. Since then, they decided to move into the affordable line of guns. They kept the experience they gained from their Premium line of guns and transfered it to the Sportline models. The Sportline models come as a package that includes Airsoft guns with polymer receivers, battery, charger, sling and safety glasses. Everything needed to start playing the game.
The SAS M-7 is modelled after the everlasting AK47S, which the underfolding stock version of the AK47 rifle. The model bears realistic Arsenal markings, as it is officially licensed to do so. The receiver is made out High Density polymers, with the stock, barrel, sights and flash hider being metal.
The underfolding stock makes transportation and handling the gun easier than a full size model. In order to fold the stock, the player just needs to push the button on the stock and turn it under the gun. The rear sight is adjustable to fit the player's needs. The selector lever located on the right hand side of the gun is functional and allows the user to choose between Semi and Full automatic mode. By pulling the charging handle, the Hop Up mechanism is revealed.
The AK utilizes a Version 3 Gearbox. It provides the player with excellent quality internals such as polycarbonate piston, piston head and cylinder head. The gun shoots around 300 to 340 FPS that makes it ideal for CQB games (the folding stock helps on that as well). Its 45 cm barrel will make up for the lower FPS compared to other models. The assorted magazine is metal and carries 600 BBs, which is more than an average player will need for a game.
The package includes the AK47S model, Battery, Charger, Sling, Bag of BBs and Safety Glasses. Just grab the package and you are ready to Rock N Roll.
The original AK-47 was one of the first assault rifles, after the German StG 44. Kalashnikov surely had examined samlpes of the MP44, but the AK47 is by no means a copy of it.
Even after six decades the model and its variants remain the most widely used and popular assault rifles in the world because of their durability, low production cost, availability, and ease of use.
It has been manufactured in many countries and has seen service with armed forces as well as irregular forces worldwide. The AK-47 was the basis for developing many other types of individual and crew-served firearms. More AK-type rifles have been produced than all other assault rifles combined.