G&G FN FNC Licenced (Full Metal)

- G&G FN FNC Licenced (Full Metal)

- Weight: 4100 gr

- Length: 760 - 1100 mm

- Barrel length: 443 mm

- Fire mode: Electric Semi/Full auto

- Velocity: 360 FPS

- Material: Aluminium, Nylon Fiber

- Battery: Small, twin Type

- Magazine capacity: 450

- Gearbox: Version 2

- Colour: Black

- Includes AEG, magazine

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- G&G FN FNC Licenced (Full Metal)

- Weight: 4100 gr

- Length: 760 - 1100 mm

- Barrel length: 443 mm

- Fire mode: Electric Semi/Full auto

- Velocity: 360 FPS

- Material: Aluminium, Nylon Fiber

- Battery: Small, twin Type

- Magazine capacity: 450

- Gearbox: Version 2

- Colour: Black

- Includes AEG, magazine


The G&G FNC is fully licensed by FN and it bears its logo etched on the AEG's receiver.
1/1 Scale High Performance Assembled Electric Powered Airsoft AEG
Featuring both SEMI & FULLY Automatic Shooting Mode
High level construction & finishing by G&G Armament (TaiWan)
Aluminum body & barrel assembly
Nylon Fiber made non-slipped handguard with heat shield on top of it
Charging handle allow opening the bolt cover to adjust HOP UP
Aluminum suppressor (Flash Hider)
Extendable Stock as rigid as fixed stock when extended
Fold it aside at left with locking system is best for CQB purpose
Ambidextrous sling mount locations and fire selector lever
Equipped with Flip Up Grenade-Launcher front sight
Turn the gas valve to fire rifle grenades. (NOTES: Simulation Purpose only)
 8mm Ball Bearing Metal Gearbox
Fully upgradeable Version 2 marui compatible gearbox
Store up to 9.6V Batteries (Custom/Three/Four section Pack) inside the Handguard (Mini-Plug)


The FNC (Fusil Nouveau Type Carabine) is a 5.56mm assault rifle developed by the Belgian arms manufacturer Fabrique Nationale (FN) of Herstal and introduced in the late 1970s.
The rifle was developed between 1975–1977 for NATO standardization trials. The rifle’s design is based on the FNC 76 prototype, which itself originated from the commercially unsuccessful FN CAL rifle. This prototype was soon withdrawn from the NATO competition after performing poorly due to its rushed development. Later trials for the Swedish Armed Forces held between 1981–1982 using updated prototypes proved the utility and efficiency of the design, impressing both the Swedish military and Belgian army staff back at home. The FNC was finally adopted by the armed forces of Belgium in 1989, as a service-wide replacement for the 7.62mm-caliber FN FAL after having been issued in small numbers to airborne infantry units for several years.

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