FN Herstal Licensed P90 AEG Airsoft Rifle w/ Built-In Red Dot, Dark Earth
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The P90 is an iconic weapon widely used by NATO vehicle crews. Considered one of the most effective compound sub-machine guns, this Herstal-licensed replica lives up to the reputation of the real deal. The gun is designed to accurately mirror the original and offer easy handling and exceptional firepower.
It’s constructed from injection-molded polymer and has a reinforced frame for extra durability and longevity. The gun is therefore lightweight and highly maneuverable. But the thing you’ll like the most is its ergonomic design.
When shooting, the gun comfortably sits on the shoulder and the unique grips make aiming a breeze. The replica comes with a battery-powered red dot and there’s a rail for other accessories. Note that the red dot sight is adjustable.
Also, the gun’s inner barrel is quite long because of the bullpup design. Functionally, that allows for better range and accuracy. Plus, it has a sixth-generation ™ compatible gearbox that’s reinforced and upgradeable.
The control layout is suitable for left and right-handed shooting and the magazine capacity is 68 rounds. Bear in mind that other AEG airsoft magazines may be compatible with this P90.
The P90’s muzzle velocity is around 400 FPS using 0.20g BBs. The gun has a long-type motor and offers two firing modes semi-automatic and automatic.
As for the battery, this weapon works with NiMH 9.6v P90 batteries. But it’s also compatible with LiPO PEQ-type 1500mAh batteries.
Either way, you hook up the batteries with a Tamiya connector. But keep in mind that the batteries for the red dot aren’t included and you need two AAAs.
Finally, the gun also features an adjustable hop-up and it’s available in dark earth and black color.
- Maneuverable and compact
- Injection-molded polymer
- Ergonomic design
- Ambidextrous controls