KJW KC02 10/22 Airsoft Gas Carbine Rifle
DetailsKJW KC02 10/22 Airsoft Gas Carbine Rifle
- Velocity: 420 fps (0.2 g BB) / Range 180-200 feet
- Barrel Length: 16 inches / 41 cm
- Magazine Capacity: 22 Rounds
- Semi Auto Only
- Integrated Quad Rails
- Detachable Iron Sights
- Retractable M4 Style Stock
- Accuracy Proven
- Made in Taiwan
The KJW KC02 is a Tactical Lightweight Rifle that is perfect for any medium to long range loadout. The internal gas system is based around a high efficiency magazine that can consistently shoot all 22 rounds with ease. The entire gun is made from Nylon Fiber and Aluminum making it lightweight and very durable. The barrel has been designed with a detachable end cap to reveal 14mm Negative (-) threads for a barrel extension or mock silencer. The KC02 also includes 4x 20mm Rails for tactical accessories, as well as a railed flat top for easy scope mounting.
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Basic Gun Information
KJW has recently started building Gas Blowback Rifles (GBBRs), and the newest model is the KC02, a replica of the ubiquitous 10/22 rifle. It uses a gas-in-mag firing system, and is fitted in a tactical stock, which is fitted with M4 type furniture. This rifle could easily serve in a scout rifle role, and I will discuss all of the various aspects of it in this review!
I obtained this rifle through Airsplat, who was the first US based retailer to have the gun in stock. After some SNAFUs on UPS part, I received the gun safe and sound, and could get to work tearing it apart to see how it ticked.
Basic Gun Information:
As mentioned before, the KC02 is a gas blowback rifle, which houses the propellent in the compact magazine, along with BBs. It is based on the Tanio Koba 10/22 blowback design, which seems to be a pretty effective and efficient system. It has some very interesting features, such as the externally, and incredibly easily adjustable hop-up, long top rail, integrated rails in the tactical stock, and a 14mm- threaded muzzle, which is covered by a protective cap.
The KC02 comes packaged in a black cardboard box, with an image of the gun held within on the lid. Inside the box, a styrofoam lower insert keeps everything safe and sound during shipping. My first impression upon looking at the gun was how much it looked like my old Ruger 10/22, with the stock being the notable exception. I've never really liked 10/22s in tactical stocks, but I will resolve this issue on my gun shortly.
Along with the gun itself, KJW has included a single 22 roun