Tokyo Marui TM416D Recoil Shock EBB 0,84 Joule - BK

€639,90
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Article number: TMR-01-026524
Availability: In stock
Delivery time: 1 - 3 workingdays

The H & K416 is a fully automatic rapid fire carbine manufactured by Heckler & Koch . The H & K 416 embodies a novel modular assault rifle concept, as the respective user can fall back on different tube lengths and a large number of special accessories.

The high quality and extremely authentic HK416 Delta replica from the quality house Tokyo Marui is made almost exclusively in steel & anodized aluminum.

Like the original, the barrel and pistol grip are made of sturdy nylon fiber. The TM416 Delta Recoil Shock EBB is equipped with the very powerful TM Samarium Cobalt engine , which is considered one of the strongest engines to date, and a Metal Gearbox V.2 with a great interior.

Tokyo Marui's Recoil Shock System also offers a superb, punchy, high-rebound blowback function that is great fun and adds a touch of realism to AEG.

Further features of the TM416D Recoil Shock EBB are the 6-way adjustable Crane extension, a working bolt catch mechanism, the original front visor, the adjustable rear sight and the full metal Freefloat RAS (consisting of four 22 mm rails) on the much tactical accessory ( Grenade launcher, flashlight, laser, red-dot etc.) can be attached.

Shot mode (automatic and single shot) and fuse are adjusted via the fire selector lever. The very accurate Hop Up is easy to adjust by hand.

Delivered is the Tokyo Marui TM416D Recoil Shock EBB including a mid-cap magazine that holds 82 shots .

Note: I am not supplied with any batteries or a charger. Due to the implemented system, the TM416 is only compatible with special M4 SOPMOD Tokyo Marui batteries . Both are optionally available in our shop.

  • Energy 0.84 joules / 300 fps
  • Semi / Single / FullAuto
  • length   715 - 790 mm
  • Weight 3,190 grams
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