JG is well known for creating AEG replicas of world renowned rifles that look and feel like the real thing. The AUG Marksman follows suit by being constructed from a durable metal and polymer build with full metal internals. This AEG is based off the Steyr AUG, an Austrian assault rifle originally designed in the 1960s. Since the start of production in 1978, the AUG became standard small arm of the Austrian Bundesheer and other national police units then later adopted by various armed forces around the world. This futuristic take on the classic AUG features a full length metal RIS top rail and a three sided picatinny handguard for the addition of tactical accessories such as an optic sight, foregrip, laser sight, or flashlight. The metal construction offers an extremely authentic, heavyweight platform that can endure the hardships of war. The included bipod and 3-9x40 scope allow players to quickly and accurately zero in long range targets.
A full metal Version 3 gearbox was used in this rifle for maximum efficiency and reliable gear function. The unique bullpup design of all AUG rifles means the polymer 330 round magazine is housed behind the trigger assembly towards the rear of the rifle. The hop-up is accessible when the functional charging handle is cocked back. Utilize the adjustable hop-up to account for various target range and wind conditions for the perfect shot every time. The fixed stock offers maximum aiming support and stability, and features a rubberized shoulder pad for increased comfort. Front and rear sling mounts makes transportation a breeze and allows the rifle to be carried out of the way when using a sidearm. The 370 FPS ensures this rifle is field legal for most CQB and indoor arenas, while still having the power and accuracy for long range engagements. JG makes sure this rifle comes skirmish ready right out of the box by including a 9.6v battery and standard wall charger. By combining realism with functionality, JG has created one of the most sought after AUG replicas available on the market today.