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The AGM STEN Mark 2 is a beautiful replica of the classic submachine gun used extensively by the Commonwealth and British forces during World War 2 and the Korean War. The STEN was designed in 1940 by Major Reginald Sherpherd and Harold J. Turpin, and AGM's airsoft version is faithfully based off the most widely used version of the gun. The STEN Mark 2 features a full metal body, a 50 rd magazine, and a shot velocity of 295-310 fps (using .20g BBs). The gun also has a special switch which allows the magazine housing to be rotated on its side just like the original. Own a piece of history and pick up this unique gun!

    Features:
  • Semi/full automatic
  • Full metal body
  • Adjustable hop-up
  • Rotating magazine housing

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Caliber6mm
Velocity310 fpsMeasured with .20g ammo
Loudness3-Medium
Overall Length30.5"
Shot Capacity50
BarrelSmoothbore
Front SightPost
Rear SightFixed
ScopeableNo
Suggested forSkirmishing
ActionSemiautomatic/Full-auto
SafetyManual
PowerplantAEG
FunctionRepeater
Hop UpYes
MaterialFull metal
Ammunition0.2-0.25g
Body TypeSubmachine gun
Weight5.6 lbs

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By Bill from USA on 2011-10-17
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Things I liked: Good heft; solid gun!

Things I would have changed: Increase clearance for wires; replace screw with 1/4 turn cam lock to remove stock.

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Item Description

AGM-STENMK2 [PY-2586-5135]
AGM STEN MK2 Airsoft Rifle Value Pack
Included: Magazine, BB speedloader, 8.4V 1200 mAh Ni-MH battery, 300 mA battery charger, Allen wrenches, sample package of airsoft BBs & manual
Caliber6mm
Max Velocity310 fpsMeasured with .20g ammo
StockSynthetic
GripAmbi
ColorBlack
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