- Jing Gong M4 A1 Carbine AEG
- Weight: 2800 gr
- Length: 770 - 850 mm
- Barrel length: 363 mm
- Fire mode: Electric Semi/Full Automatic
- Velocity: 350 FPS
- Material: Plastic, metal
- Battery: Mini, Twin, Crane Type
- Magazine capacity: 300
- Gearbox: Version 2
- Colour: Black
- Includes AEG, magzine, battery, charger
Dubbed the "Plain Jane", this particular model incorporates the traditional telescoping stock, removable carry handle, and a 14.5 inch barrel. The JG M4 carbine uses standard Version 2 mechbox aftermarket parts, readily found on our site. It also uses all standard Marui based compenents, accessories, magazines, etc.
This airsoft gun includes a metal hi-capacity magazine and is also compatible with other major brands of standard and high capacity after market magazines.
The battery fits inside the hand guard of the rifle and requires few adjustments for a comfortable fit.
Despite being plastic, the body is able to take the normal use and abuse that occurs during a typical game day. Capable of either semi-automatic or full automatic fire, this gun is perfect for the entry level or intermediate airsoft player. A great JG Airsoft gun to start off with and uses all standard M4 accessories.
The package contains the AEG, its metal High Capacity magazine, a battery and a charger.
The M4 carbine is a family of firearms that was derived from earlier carbine versions of the M16 rifle, which was in turn derived from the original AR-15 rifle that Eugene Stoner designed and ArmaLite made. The M4 is a shorter and lighter variant of the M16A2 assault rifle. It is a gas-operated, magazine-fed, selective fire, shoulder-fired weapon with a telescoping stock and 14.5 in (370 mm) barrel to ease close quarters combat. Like the rest of the M16 family, it fires the .223 caliber, or 5.56mm NATO round.
The M4 carbine is heavily used by the U.S military. It will eventually replace the M16 rifle for most combat units in the United States Army. The winner of the Individual Carbine competition was to supplement the M4 carbine in U.S. Army service; all other services will continue using the M4 carbine and M16 rifles. The Army cancelled the Individual Carbine competition without selecting a replacement rifle and instead plans to equip soldiers with the improved M4A1.