Boyi Dboys SPR MK12 Airsoft Rifle Metal
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- Velocity: 380 FPS (0.2 g BB) / Range 190-220 Feet
- Barrel Length: 18.5 inches / 47 cm
- Magazine Capacity: 200 Rounds
- Full Metal Forend!
- Included Bipod
- Battery and Charger Included (Large)
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- Made in China
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Boyi D-Boys SPR MK12 is of full metal construction and is built like a tank. Its shortened magazine allows for prone firing as it clears the ground. It features a lightweight modular rail so you can add any accessory to the gun. The gun also includes folding front and rear sights and a bipod.
- Real Steel Information
- Initial Impression
- Included accessories
- Magazine and Loading
- Hop-Up Adjustment
The Boyi / D-Boys Mk12 Mod 0/1 SPR is an excellent mid-term AEG (Airsoft Electric Gun) for those of you who do not to spend a lot more but would still like a full metal, solid & adaptable sniper platform. It is the first SPR (Special Purpose Rifle) variant in the low to mid $100 available on the market.
Real Steel Information:
This weapon system, used by Special Forces units of both the US Army and US Navy, is a heavily modified deviation from the familiar AR15/M16 line of infantry weapons, and thus is chambered for NATO standard 5.56 x 45 mm caliber ammunition. It serves a light sniper/designated marksman role. The SPR was originally proposed by Mark Westrom, currently president of Armalite, while at the Rock Island Arsenal. The SPR program was an outgrowth of the desire by both US Army and Navy special forces for a rifle with greater effective range than an M4 type Carbine but still shorter in length than a standard issue M16A2/A4. The SPR program appears to have grown out of both the SOPMOD Block II program, and the U.S. Navy SEALs 'Recon Rifle' (a 16" flat-topped AR-15/M16 Carbine). The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division (often referred to as NSWC-Crane or just Crane) essentially expanded on the Recon Rifle, an idea that some SEALs maintain was a waste of energy and money.
The exact history of the Mk 12 is still something under debate, but it has become apparent that there are between four and five prime iterations of the weapon, culminating in the last Mk 12 Mod 1 version. One progression has four models: SPR Proto 1, SPR Proto 2, Mk 12 Mod 0 and Mk 12 Mod 1. The other progression is: SPR, SPR/A, SPR/B, Mk 12 Mod 0, and Mk 12 Mod 1 (all as separate iterations). The specifications entered will follow the second progression.
The SPR came in a neatly package brown box with the marking BIM4 SERIES BI-5281 or BI-5381 on the top. All the accessories have their perspective spots in the box which makes the whole packaging's outer appearance looks professional. The gun is quite heavy and solid to hold given the fact that the receivers, one-piece outer barrel, free-floating RIS as well as the gearbox are all metal. The weight of this monster is actually comparable to a real steel AR-15.
|FPS Range||FPS 301-400|
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