A&K's Model 1892 lever action airsoft rifle. Modeled after the iconic 1892, this Airsoft rifle is a fantastic replica of the real steel rifle. Constructed from durable polymer, metal receiver and lever, and polished brass. BBs are loaded into the side of the receiver and the gun holds a total of 25 shots at a time. The ring mount on the side allows you to attach a sling as well. The rifle also has an adjustable hop up which makes it great at any range. This package features:
Powered by green gas, this rifle chronos at approximately 440-480 FPS (temperature dependent) with 0.20g BBs.
I recently received this product , and i must say that i am impressed with the quality of it for the price. The action is a bit clunky and has rough spots when you cycle it slowly, but hey, even my 30-30 has that problem at times! The finish on the metal pieces (the majority of the exterior and a good portion of the internals) is better than i expected. It seemed to shoot at a low velocity, but what else can you expect from a green gas gun while the temperature is in the 30°'s? I would recommend this product to anyone who loves the nostalgic feel of the older style carbines and rifles or someone who might want something of a "cowboy" loadout. Despite all of its upsides and the like, it did have three noticeable downsides. The first one being that a number of the screws were loose, causing the gun to wobble (a good set of screw drivers in all the right places solves this problem easily) the second problem is that despite the seemingly low velocities, the gun shot exceedingly high at a distance of about 25 feet as well as a slight veer to the left (the rear sight can slip around causing windage difficulties) and the third problem is that at one or two points in my initial trial run, bb's came from the magazine tube into the lower part of the action, causing the gun to jam in a nasty manner and getting caught in the lever.
All in all, despite its few flaws (all of which i'm positive have simple fixes) i love the gun and it looks great, even with the faux wood stock looks nice enough from a short distance. Unknown
Jan 7th 2015