Ares M4 CQB-4 EFCS AEG 1.20 Joule - BK

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Article number: ARE-01-026186
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The new ARES M4 CQB-4 is based on the well-known AR15 assault rifle , but has been modified in many interesting details that improve not only the functionality but also the appearance.

Thanks to the extremely compact dimensions, this replica is very handy and as one of the shortest ARES AEGs perfect for CQB use.

For the most part, the ARES M4 CQB-4 AEG is made of sturdy metal. On the body are manufacturer's mark and a uniqe serial number attached.

The adjustable plastic shaft provides enough space for the battery. The HopUp can be reached via the Huelsenauswurffenster, as in this type of construction.

At the top of the receiver you will find a 22 mm RIS rail , on which you can mount a whole range of accessories - for example a red dot sight. But FlipUp Sights are already installed. The handguard has a front handle mounted for maximum control .

AMOEBA Airsoft replicas offer the ability to quickly change the spring without having to open the Gearbox. In addition, the EFCS (Electronic Firing Control System) is installed, which minimizes the energy consumption and wear of the electronics. A MOSFET is also integrated as standard in this system.

In addition to the increased life of the electronics EFCS also offers the possibility to use strong batteries . With a separately available programming card, the fire mode can be freely programmed, which also allows the popular 3-round burst .

The magazine is a Hi-Cap with 300 BBs capacity.

Battery and charger are not included in this set.

The set includes:

- Ares M4 CQB-4 EFCS AEG
- Hi-Cap magazine
- front handle
- Manual


Material: metal + nylon fiber
Weight: 2885 g
Length: 705 - 790 mm
Fire Modes: Safe / Semi Auto / Full Auto / 3 Burst
Muzzle velocity: 360 fps / 1.20 joules

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