- ICS AK-74 RIS with folding grip
- Weight: 3500 gr
- Length: 965 mm
- Barrel length: 457 mm
- Fire mode: Electric Semi/Full Auto
- Velocity: 330 FPS
- Material: Steel, Metal, plastic
- Battery: Large Type
- Magazine capacity: 550
- Gearbox: Version 3
- Includes AEG, 2 magazines, cleaning rod, DVD, 1000 BBs
This full metal Airsoft rifle is sturdy and a delight to hold. It has a working charging handle which can be pulled back to reveal the hopup mechanism. Release it and the metal dust cover springs into place with the pleasant metal clinking sound.
The selector switch is crisp and locks into place. The rear sight is adjustable to engage hostiles at any distance. The built-in front and rear swivel sling adapters are metal just like its real steel counter part. Add the tactical 3-point sling and you're ready to take anyone down.
The model is constructed of the finest stamped steel like its real deal cousin. The only non metal parts are the polymer stock, pistol grip and handguard. The hanguard bears 20 mm Picatinny rails that allows the attachment of vertical grips, lights, lasers, etc. The handguard is modelled after the TDI design. On the left side of the receiver is located the side mount base for attaching tactical accessories.
The battery is located in the fixed stock and it is a Large Type one. Upon chronographing using 0.20g BBs, this AEG shot 330 FPS with dead on accuracy. This model features a one piece Version 3 Gearbox. The Gearbox is one of the highest quality ones found straight out of the box. Assembled with Turbo 3000 motor, 16 gauges Teflon and silicon wire, steel bushing and patented hollow switch set,adjustable Hop up.
The package includes the AK74, with two High Capcity 550 rounds polymer magazines, a cleaning rod, an instructiuons DVD, 1000 BBs and a cleaning rod.
The AK74 family of assault rifles were developed in the early 1970s in the Soviet Union as the replacement for the earlier AKM (itself a refined version of the AK-47). It uses a smaller intermediate cartridge, the 5.45x39mm, replacing the 7.62x39mm chambering of earlier Kalashnikov-pattern weapons.