SRC M4A1 Carbine Airsoft AEG Rifle Gun P
Availability: In Stock
- 300 fps (0.2 g BB) / Range 160-180 feet
- Barrel Length: 14.5 inches / 37 cm
- Magazine Capacity: 300 Rounds
- Plastic Receivers
- Full Metal Gearbox
- High Torque Motor
- Battery and Charger sold Separately
- Accuracy Proven
- Made in Taiwan
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The SRC M4 Carbine is your standard issue M4. It features a 14.5 inch barrel and a multi-position retractable stock. The carry handle comes in an integrated rear peep sight. It is the plastic receiver version of the SRC M4 series
This is a review on the SRC M4A1 Carbine.
This rifle was supplied by Airsplat.com
UPDATE: Airsplat has these for $240 now. This is a really good deal.
The rifle retails for $304 and comes with a hard case, 300 rnd hi-cap and full metal body.
Part1: Initial impression.
OK, so I received the airsoft gun on Thursday at work around 12:30. I sure got some funny looks from the girls up front. "is that a real gun," of course then I had to explain to them what airsoft is. "Its like paintball but much cooler" I say as I heft this rather large box over my shoulder and head for my office. So all afternoon I had to stare at this box, just wanting to open it up and take a look. Well, I finally get home and go straight to my garage and tear into it. First thing I notice, wow that's a nice case. These SRC airsoft guns all come in their own cases.
My first impression when I take it out of the case is the weight, it feels really heavy. Right away I set up the chrono, fill the hi-cap and the first rounds out of it are through the chrono.
The 3 samples I took were:
Here are some close up pictures of the AEG.
After that I played around with it, to get a feel for the AEG.
Here are some of my observations: The stock was a bit wobbly. I had to put some 100 mph tape on the buffer tube to eliminate the stock wobble.
Notice 100 mph tape on buffer tube
One other thing of note is that the fore grips are about a quarter inch shorter than TM and CA fore grips. So they are not compatible for upgrades. If you wanted to put a RIS or something on there you would have to either buy SRC parts or do some extensive mods to your front end. I have an 8.4V nun-chuck battery that I use in my CA M4 and I had to cram it in pretty good to get it to fit in the SRC front end.
Electrical tape to hold the bulging for grips together.
One of the things I really like about the airsoft gun is the stock, after I fixed the wobble issue. The LE style stock is a little longer and fits on the shoulder higher than a standard M4, so you don't have to lean your head in as much to sight in.
|FPS Range||201-300 FPS|
|Battery & Charger Included||No|
|MAP Controlled Item||No|