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Tokyo Marui AK47S Folding Stock AEG

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Tokyo Marui AK47S (Folding metal stock). Tokyo Marui has released the AK-47S III model with improvements for higher productivity and development with the concept of realism based on data obtained by measuring various dimensions of the real rifle. Many metallic parts are used for better appearance and higher performance. In addition, the newly developed mechanical box is incorporated as the mechanism as well as the thin type EG700 high torque motor. Further, the variable hop-up system is a standard equipment, contributing to a longer shooting range and improved target hitting ratio. The model with built-in electric mechanism and high-quality feel with sufficient weight completely reproduces the most well-known rifle of the then Soviet Union.

The AK47S is essentially the AK47 without its wooden butt-stock and was originally designed for Soviet paratroopers and vehicle crews. In the place of wooden stock there is a metal folding stock that swings over the top of the gun when not extended. Because of the lack of a large battery storage area, the AK47S is utilizing the smaller stick-type battery. This AK47 version is favored for custom gun projects for it's easily removable stock. The fire selector has three options: the top position indicates Safe, the middle position indicates Full Automatic, and the lowest setting indicates Semi-Automatic.

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270 fps
Metal/ABS plastic
6.83 lbs

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Item DescriptionCaliberMax VelocityItemCode
Length: 875mm
Weight: 6.4 lbs.
Motor: EG700
Gearbox: Version 3
Battery and charger are not included
6mm270 fpsTM-AK47S [PY-725-1394]


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