- Classic Army LWRC M6 (Full Metal)
- Realistic markings
- Licensed LWRC product
- Full metal construction
- Metal Hop Up chamber
- High Torque motor
- Velocity: 340 - 370 FPS
- Weight: 2800 gr
The LWRC fully-licensed full metal M6 SHORTY AEG rifle, manufactured by Classic Army, is a high-performance, easily maneuverable tactical carbine AEG rifle that is a complete riot to shoot. It also features full metal construction for field-proven durability, along with fully licensed LWRC trademarks etched onto both sides of the metal receiver.
The M6 SHORTY features a compact full metal 9.5" barrel for a shortened presence, allowing for high-speed CQB play. You'd think that with the shortened length, power and accuracy are both compromised, and that's where you'd be wrong. Shooting at 340 to 370 FPS right out of the box, the LWRC M6 rifle delivers full length carbine firepower in a compact package that is sure to please any Airsoft player, veteran or beginner.
A 6-position adjustable/retractable rear stock allows for the user to adjust the stock length to his or her liking, allowing for maximum shooting comfort. An ergonomically designed Tango Down style pistol grip adds to this experience by providing a comfortable handle on the weapon for the shooter. The stand alone LMT type rear sight is removable and adjustable.
The full metal gearbox inside the LWRC M6 is an enhanced model straight from Classic Army, which incorporates a high performance gear set, metal hop up unit, performance piston, and metal gearbox shell for well-balanced reliability and performance.
All in all, this is a premium grade full metal AEG rifle at an amazing price.
The M6 is a series of carbines designed and manufactured by Land Warfare Resources Corporation. It is based on the M4 carbine, with which it shares 80% of its parts. The 'M' model name is not a US military designation. Like the HK416, it features a proprietary short-stroke self-regulating gas piston system and bolt carrier/carrier key design, which prevents trapped gases from contacting the bolt carrier or receiver of the weapon, which reduces the heating and carbon fouling of the internals, simplifies field maintenance, and improves reliability.