JG AK47 Beta Spetsnaz Airsoft AEG Rifle
DetailsJG AK47 Beta Spetsnaz Airsoft AEG Rifle 0509
- Velocity: 383 FPS (0.2 g BB) / Range 150-200 Feet
- Barrel Length: 7.5 inches / 19 cm
- Magazine Capacity: 200 Rounds
- Overall Length: 28 Inches
- Battery Location: Butt Stock
- Tokyo Marui Compatible
- Accuracy Proven
- Battery and Charger Included (Large)
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- Made in China
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JG AK47 Beta Spetsnaz is a nice and compact weapon. It has a shortened barrel and magazine for maximum mobility. The full stock allows the operator to maintain a solid firing form despite any movement. The shortened magazine allows for more ground and barrier clearance so you won't bang your magazine against any low walls or the ground.
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Alright, so in the last issue, I reviewed GB’s MP5-SD6 model. This time, I will be reviewing GB’s AK47S Beta Spetz. Why, you ask? For one, I wanted to do a review that wasn’t a M4/M16 or MP5 variant for this issue. Two, AirSplat (www.airsplat.com) was kind enough to send us this MPEG! So on with the review…
Background Of GB AK47S Beta Spetz:The GB AK47S Beta Spetz English: Kalashnikov's machine gun, model of the year 1947) is a gasoperated assault rifle that was used in many Eastern bloc nations during the Cold War. Adopted and standardized in 1947, it was designed by Mikhail Kalashnikov and produced by Russian manufacturer Izhevsk Mechanical Works. Compared with the autoloading rifles used in World War II (the StG-44 aside), the AK-47 was generally more compact, with a shorter range, a smaller 7.62 × 39 mm cartridge, and was capable of selective fire. It was one of the first true assault rifles and remains the most widely used and known. More AK-47 rifles have been produced than any other assault rifle; production continues to this day.
“During the Second World War, Germany had developed the concept of the assault rifle. This concept was based on the knowledge that most military engagements in modern warfare were happening at fairly close range with the majority happening within 100 meters (110 yd). The power and range of contemporary rifle cartridges was simply overly powerful for a vast majority of engagements with small arms. As a result, a cartridge and firearm were sought combining the features of a submachine gun (high-capacity magazine and fullyautomatic fire capability) with an intermediate-power cartridge that would be effective to a range of 300 meters (330 yd). For the sake of reduced manufacturing costs, this was done by shortening the 7.92 × 57 mm Mauser cartridge case and substituting a lighter bullet to create the 7.92 x 33 mm Kurz.
“The resulting Sturmgewehr 44 (StG44