Tokyo Marui - M4 URGI 11.5" SOPMOD Block 3 MWS GBB



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Tokyo Marui URG-I 11.5inch Sopmod Block 3 MWS GBBR

Green Beret's choice of 11.5-inch URG-I

The 11.5-inch barrel URG-I, which has been confirmed to be used by the US Army Special Forces "Green Beret", is lined up as a gas blowback machine gun!
The uniquely shaped 10.5-inch handguard is equipped with an STR type stock. It is a particular model that pursues specifications unique to URG-I

It is equipped with a new blowback engine with a large piston with a diameter of about 19 mm. The bolt also activates in conjunction with the launch, and you can enjoy a strong recoil shock.

Durability against intense recoil shocks has been improved by the new Z-System mechanism to prevent wear and damage to the bolt catch, piston absorbers and friction relief bolt rollers that reduce the burden on internal parts due to bolt actuation, and a barrel clamp mechanism that constantly centers the barrel to prevent loosening due to recoil.
It faithfully reproduces the same functions as the real thing, such as loading the first bullet by operating the charging handle, bolt catch operation after bolt opening and magazine change, and STR type stock that can be adjusted to 6 levels of length. The handguard reproduces the 10.5-inch Super Modular Rail (SMR) MK16 M-LOK DDC that uses the rail system "M-LOK". The 20mm wide M-LOK rail comes with one 3-slot, 5-slot, and 7-slot M-LOK rail. It can be easily attached and detached with the included hex wrench.The DD type URG-I gas block, 11.5-inch barrel, ambi charging handle, etc. are also faithfully reproduced. The front sight that can be adjusted up and down and the rear sight that can be adjusted up, down, left and right are foldable in consideration of the use of optical sights. It is also fitted via mounting rails, so the mounting position can be changed or detached. If you remove the muzzle flash hider, you can install a muzzle option with a 14mm reverse screw specification, such as a silencer. The 35-round, die-cast aluminum magazine reproduces the "weight of a real magazine fully loaded with ammunition".