JG M4 Stubby Killer Electric Airsoft Rifle

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Product Code:ER-JG-5625-T

Manufacturer:JG Airsoft Guns (Jing Gong GB)


The Electric Jing Gong Stubby Killer FPS-370 Airsoft CQB Gun is no exception to the quality Airsoft guns produced by JG. With a full stock and durable design this is sure to be a great addition to any soldiers Airsoft arsenal! It fires at 350 FPS and comes with a 190 round magazine giving you plenty of ammo, making sure you don't have to worry about reloading! This gun also includes an integrated rail system and a metal quad R.I.S hand guard system, allowing you to completely customize the look and versatility of this gun for whatever type of battle you are in! The Jing Gong M4 CQB Stubby Killer has a compact CQB design allowing you to use this gun in any type of combat or terrain! This awesome gun comes with Sample BBs, a 9.6V rechargeable battery and a wall charger so you will be ready to go right out of the box! The Electric Jing Gong Stubby Killer FPS-370 Airsoft CQB Gun is ready to take the Airsoft world by storm, so hurry and get yours today!

Jing Gong or JG, otherwise known as Golden Bow, has swept the Airsoft market by providing competition AEG rifles that come well built and stocked with high quality parts. Most guns shoot with a velocity of over 350 FPS with factory stocked components. Most JG guns are constructed with a metal gearbox/internals. It is easy to upgrade a JG gun as they are compatible with Tokyo Marui parts. With improved construction, durability and sturdy, eye catching designs, JG is taking the Airsoft world by storm.


- Velocity: 370 FPS (0.2 g BB) / Range 150-180 Feet
- Barrel Length: 5.5 inches / 14 cm
- Magazine Capacity: 190 Rounds
- Stubby Stock and Free Float Rail
- Metal Receivers
- Metal Gearbox
- Accuracy Proven
- Battery and Charger Included

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