The Tokyo Marui MTR16 stands for Multi Tactical Rifle. The MTR16 represents the latest in design from TM, breaking away from their traditional "military" or "standard issue" style G.I. rifles. Sporting modern accessories such as an M-LOK compatible rail system, slightly more vertical angular grip, and minimalistic design stock the MTR16 is more akin to what is usually seen on civilian AR15s. As a final touch, the gun's upper and lower receivers are cerakoted giving it added scratch resistance and durability.
The MTR16 uses the Tokyo Marui ZET System as seen in the MWS line of GBBRs. Essentially the ZET system offers more gas efficiency with less wear and tear due to its unique BCG (Bolt Carrier Group) design using roller wheels.
As a final touch, being a Tokyo Marui based gun you will enjoy a whole plethora of upgrade and replacement parts to truly make this gun "YOURS".
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|Power Source||Green Gas / Top Gas|
|Shooting Mode||Semi Auto / Full Auto|
|Net Weight (kg)||2.7|
Zet system is the superior gas system for gbbr
Used this for cqb in California and this thing is the best gun I’ve ever owned, hands down. I’ve been playing since 2009 and no other guns compare when it comes to quality and performance of a gbbr. When running green gas I recommend getting a better buffer to support the stronger gas when shooting or your bolt may jam while shooting fast but that issue will go away as soon as I switched buffers. Ambi controls are perfect for lefty’s such as myself. Only flaw is I wonder why they don’t have irons on these but oh well. Ive kept my gun all stock other than the buffer and so far I’d say I’ve put over 5k of rounds through it and it’s still running the same since the unboxing. Wish they made a smaller version of this gun, I’d buy it in a heartbeat like I did with the Tm mk18 gbbr that just came out(TOKYO MARUI CATCH MY DRIFT)