Valken's engineers brought the Valken V12 HPA engine to the airsoft market to challenge Polarstar. Built and assembled in the USA, their engine replaces the traditional electric and spring powered gearbox. The Valken V12 engine is a top of the line programmable high pressure air powered gearbox. The V12 engine comes pre-installed into a tried and true G&G nylon-reinforced polymer body. With a few simple trigger pulls, the engine can be programmed for rate of fire as well as semi and full auto functionality on the fly. Externally body is based off of the G&G CM16 Raider Long and is another example of a high quality, reliable rifle from G&G Armament's Combat Machine Line. The Raider has several features which we feel are improvements over some of the other AEGs in the Combat Machine series. The rail system provides ample space for optics, lasers, flashlights, foregrips, or any other rail mounted accessory that might be desired. This AEG comes standard with front fixed triangle sight and rear removable flip up sights that are fully adjustable. The body is made of a durable fiberglass reinforced ABS plastic, making the gun lightweight and easy to maneuver with. The crane stock is adjustable to 6 different positions. The hop up on this AEG is adjustable and is accessed by pulling back on the charging handle. Overall, due to its versatility this is an excellent choice for either field or CQB play. Features:
V12 Quick Reference Guide
- V12 Engine installed and tested by Valken's professional techs.
- Factory programmed and ready to shoot out of the box.
- Trigger/LED trigger controlled programming that is tool-less and requires no disassembling of the rifle.
- Pre-installed upgraded Maple Leaf bucking and nub.
- Program lock-out mode allows player to cap rounds per second and fire modes to for various event rule sets and field limits.
- The V12 currently comes with the stock Black Nozzle, but other nozzles are available through Valken.
- Battery and Air Source sold separately.
- Inner Barrel: 275mm
- Velocity: 365-375 FPS (FPS chrono'd with a .20g Valken Tactical Precision BB at 100 PSI)