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Tokyo Marui M45A1 CQB GBB Pistol

Product Brand:

Tokyo Marui

Product Code: TM-4952839142849
Hop-Up: ADJUSTABLE
Weight: 828 g
Length: 220 mm
Capacity: 27 rds
Power: 290 fps (0.77 Joules)
Power Source: Green Gas / Top Gas
Blowback: YES
Shooting Mode: Semi Auto
Availability:
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Unit Price: USD$174.99

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Description

Features:

  • Strong and satisfying felt recoil impulse
  • Adjustable Hop Up


    Specifications:

    Length: 220mm
    Weight: 828g
    Power Source: Green Gas FPS: 290

    About the M45A1:

    The MEU(SOC) pistol, ("Marine Expeditionary Unit"; "Special Operations Capable") officially designated the M45 MEUSOC, is a magazine-fed, recoil-operated, single-action and semiautomatic pistol. It's a variant of the M1911, and has been the standard-issue side arm for the Force Recon Element of the United States Marine Corps' Marine Expeditionary Units since 1985. The improved M45A1 CQBP features several changes to the original M1911A1 design. Some feature it includes is the 5-inch national match barrel, ambidextrous safety, picatinny rail, and a desert tan finish This Green Gas GBBR version of the gun is a reproduction of said pistol. It comes with a 27rnd magazine and clocks in at around 290 fps.

    Tokyo Marui:

    Tokyo Marui Co. Ltd is an airsoft gun and toy cars manufacturer located in Adachi, Tokyo, Japan that produced the AEG. The guns are principally sold in Japan, but are also sold worldwide. They were the first company to produce airsoft guns powered solely by electric-motor driven air compressors, which they called "Automatic Electric Gun" (AEG) in 1992. This compact air compressing system was implemented in their first battery-powered automatic firing replica, the FAMAS F1. Other airsoft guns were then introduced. The AEG system is still in use, and has been copied numerous times through the years by many other airsoft gun manufacturers.

    Includes:

  • Tokyo Marui M45A1 CQB GBB Pistol x1
  • Green Gas 27 Rnd Magazine x1
  • Instructions Manual x1


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