G&P M14 DMR Recon Airsoft AEG Rifle - FG

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The United States Marine Corps Designated Marksman Rifle, a variant of the vintage M14, an M14 that belongs to nowadays
DMR stands for Designated Marksman Rifle, it is a modified version of M14 with enhanced accuracy and range. As a long range weapon, it beats M40 due to its semi-automatic mode; and it also beats its sister M16A4, as it takes 7.62 ammo (thus better accuracy at long range). So although the vintage M14 has phased out by 1970 already, the DMR M14 is still in service with the USMC. The DMR has a different barrel, stock, grip from the basic M14, it can also attach bipods and scopes.

So here the prolific G&P comes again, with the latest beauty G&P M14 DMR recon:
  • Built Material: Metal & ABS
  • Inner Barrel Length: 470mm
  • Gearbox: M14 7mm Bearing Gearbox
  • Motor: G&P M120 DMR High Speed Motor
  • Battery: Advise using 7.2v or 8.4v Battery or GP784A (no battery included)

  • This is an Recon version of the DMR, it would not come with the scope, but has a M14 scouting type scope mount base, see the pictures for details. Included in the gun you will have:
  • M14 DMR ABS Body
  • Steel One Piece Outer Barrel (Long)
  • Steel Flashider
  • M14 Barrel Top Cover
  • M14 Scouting Type Scope Mount Base
  • Steel Gears
  • Fix Stock
  • M14 Magazine (160rds) (GP472)

  • Connector is a deans type. Available in dark earth or foliage green color. So, "on top of an aluminum can, there is a tangerine!"

    Note: The fps quoted is for reference only, actual results might vary according to individual products.
    PlatformELECTRIC (AEG)
    Originating ArmorySPRINGFIELD
    Replica TypeRIFLE
    Capacity (rds)160
    Power (fps)390
    Power SourceElectric
    Shooting ModeSemi Auto
    Net Weight (kg)3.82
    Length (mm)1040.0
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