JG Steyr Aug A3 0450A Electric Gun 0450
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Manufacturer:JG Airsoft Guns (Jing Gong GB)
- Velocity: 350 FPS (0.2 g BB) / Range 160-190 Feet
- Barrel Length: 20 inches / 49 cm
- Magazine Capacity: 350 Rounds
- Overall Length: 31 1/2 inches
- Full Metal RIS System
- Full Metal Gearbox
- Battery and Charger Included (Small)
- Airsoft Gun Review Available - Click More Info
- Made in China
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The JG Steyr AUG A3 is a very interesting looking rifle. It looks like a futuristic rifle, but is merely your standard Steyr AUG with some additions. The full metal rail system is the first of its kind! It allows users to finally attach tactical accessories onto this weapon platform. It features a bullpup design that allows a full length barrel while keeping the barrel profile at a minimum.
This airsoft gun is not to be misrepresented as a real firearm or gun that is manufactured by Steyr Mannlicher GmbH and is merely an airsoft gun that fires 6mm pellets. The manufacturer of this airsoft gun is JG.
Review of the Jing Gong AUG A3 - Click for more reviews
I've always had a thing about the 'bullpup' rifle design. It's about
40, maybe 50 years old, and still has something progressive about the
idea, which is to put the receiver and magazine of the gun behind the
trigger rather than in front, thus making the stock a mechanically
useful part of the design, and shortening the overall length of the
rifle. It's a great design idea. The problem with the popularity of the
design, however, is that the rifles employing this haven't been what
you might call beautiful. The British L85 is an ugly wedge of metal, and the French FAMAS is a strange-looking piece. The Steyr AUG is an acquired taste, and its popularity here is influenced more than a little by it's use in the Irish armed forces.
So I had up until now been a bit curious about the airsoft AUG, which is considered to be accurate, but it's length, spindly design and relative lack of rails put me off. I had committed to the G36 family and I couldn't see a reason to move, unless someone somehow created a bullpup version of a G36. However, I came across a link to the AUG A3 in a discussion about forthcoming AEGs and I liked what I saw - a cross between the short, railed G36C and the sleek, bullpup-design AUG; perfect! After a bit of digging, I discovered that G&G are planning on doing one, and better yet JG had released one! A short step to pestering Tony at Eirsoft to get one in for me.
It looks better in the flesh than most photos that you might have seen, since they tend to be in-box, or lying somewhere, whereas the Steyr A3 photos are practially model photo-shoots, and look fantastic. The JG A3 does have a number of differences with the real steel A3, mostly because JG have just taken the A2 and modified it to look more like an A3 rather than creating original parts for accuracy (the front rails aren't quite right, the cocking handle is stock A2, and the top rail is clearly just an extended A2 rail; the A3 rail is s
|FPS Range||FPS 301-400|
|Manufacturers||JG Airsoft Guns (Jing Gong GB)|
|Battery & Charger Included||No|
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