- WE-Tech M&P Big Bird (Semi / Full Auto) Full Metal
- Metal slide
- Polymer frame
- Ambidextrous design
- Semi/Full Auto function
- Various grip attachments
- Length: 190 mm
- Weight: 705 gr
- Velocity: 330 FPS
- Black colour
Manufactured by WE this is modelled after the S&W M&P pistol. This spesific version stands out from the crowd of the M&Ps due to its ability to shoot in both Semi and Full Auto. The selective switch is located on the back of the slide and it's easily accessible even during a skirmish.
Just like in the original one, the slide with the ergonomic shape for easy reloading, it is made of metal.
The frame is made of durable polymer. The pistol has a strong blowback recoil system, which makes shooting very realistic.
After the last shot the slide remains in the rearward position. HopUp system is regulated with knob, accesed after removing the slide. The replica has a functioning trigger saferty and ambidextrous slide stop.
Its metal magazine holds 25 BBs that is more than enough for a Gas pistol.
The pistol bears an under barrel 20mm Picatinny rail that allows mounting a tactical flashlight or laser pointer.
Both rear and front sights have white dots for faster target acquisition even in low lighting conditions. Six bundled quick-grips (Small, Medium, Large size, black and pink), allows to match the shape of the grip to your hand.
The M&P is a direct evolution of the unsuccessful Smith & Wesson Sigma design, however it does not share parts compatibility with the Sigma. The M&P design has an improved trigger, enhanced ergonomics that allow for end user customization. An industry standard picatinny rail and a higher grip has been afforded with an improved grip and beavertail. Many of the ergonomic study elements that had been incorporated into the Sigma and the Smith & Wesson SW99 were brought over to the M&P. The improved trigger weight and feel, and unique takedown method (not requiring a dry-fire pull of the trigger) were meant to set the M&P apart from both the Sigma and the popular Glock pistols.