The Elite Force CQC is an ideal AEG for CQB play. Manufactured by ARES, this second generation of Elite Force CQC rifles improves upon the already stellar performance and reliability by incorporating feedback and suggestions for improvement from the community.
This gun is lightweight, compact, and very easy to maneuver with. Elite Force improved the buttstock with a hinged plate for making battery swaps a breeze. The crane stock allows the user to adjust the length to their preference while the stubby front end of the gun keep the overall length of the weapon short. This gun does have a quad rail for adding accessories. The body is made of a durable nylon fiber which keeps the weight down. A metal high capacity 300 round magazine is included with this AEG. This gun shoots right around 300-330 FPS which is ideal for CQB play. It is CQB legal and the lower FPS causes the gun to have a higher rate of fire. If you're looking for a great CQB rifle that won't break the bank, this is an awesome choice!
The Gen 2 has a reinforced tappet plate for added durability, lower profile crane stock with hinged buttplate, and enhanced sector gear for better BB feeding.
I got this gun last year around February and I used the crap out of it. Upon purchase I got a 9.6v battery, a smart charger, and 6 mid cap mags. I went to 2 games on real parks with it and I had games in my friends's forests and property probably around 6 times. The thing runs amazingly with a 9.6v battery , and you should get the smart charger. The fps is a little lacking and so is the range, so try not to take this past 150 feet. In CQB I threw a flashlight on the great full metal system and a red dot sight , and I got like 20 kills in 4 games. That was my first time at CQB. This is really an excellent beginner gun for the CQB bound. If you are in MN Big Lake Tactical indoor is an amazing CQB field. Try not to take this to field games. After about 8 months of constant use the gearbox cracked, so I had to do some major teaching to get it to work again. DO NOT USE A LIPO IN THIS, I think why the gearbox cracked is because I shot a 11.1v on semi for a few shots and I am pretty sure this cracked it. Pros and Cons:
Rules with 9.6v (& smart charger)
Nice Crane Stock
Great Plastic on Recievers
Full Metal Rail System
Sweet Flip Up Sights
Not for field
Overall, if you live near a CQB field and you have ~200 to spend to get started, this is a great gun
Feb 25th 2015
Great Starter Gun
I got this gun in 2012 and it finally broke on me. It is a great cqb gun. My FPS went at about 300. The internals on this are amazing! I ran a 9.6 and it was great. My only this I wish it had was a sling mount but that is a easy fix. I would recommend this gun to any newer player that's looking for a nice cheap gun!
USAirsoft on YouTube Austin Biggie
Feb 20th 2015