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King Arms M1A1 Paratrooper

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Ett fantastiskt vackert WW2-gevär med kolsyredriven blowback!

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M1A1 Paratrooper är designad efter det riktiga geväret som användes av amerikanska fallskärmsjägare under andra världskriget.

Geväret har blowback som ger en skön känsla och ett härligt ljud från metalldelarna i mekanismen.

Magasinet håller både kolsyrepatron och ammunition. Precis som på originalet rymmer magasinet 15 kulor.

Geväret kan med fördel användas med lite tyngre aluminiumkulor för målskytte.

M1A1 Paratrooper är ett enastående gevär för den historiskt intresserade eller för den som vill ha en bössa som inte alla andra har.

Weight: ca. 2,7 kg
Build Material: metal / wood
Length: 65 cm (Folded) / 91,5 cm
Barrel Length: ca. 22 cm
Blowback: Yes
Hop-up: Adjustable
Shooting Mode: Semi-Automatic
Power Source: CO2
Magazine Capacity: 15 Rounds
Bullet Type: 6 mm BB
Power (Muzzle Velocity): 430 FPS
Safety: Manual
Manufacturer: King Arms

Ingår: 1 st M1A1, 1 st magasin 

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Fakta om den riktiga M1A1 Paratrooper:

”Developed in 1941 by Winchester Repeating Arms Company and adopted after an exhaustive series of trials by the U.S. Army Ordnance Department, the carbine was a lightweight (roughly 5½ lbs.) semi-automatic shoulder arm that fired a .30-cal. cartridge fed from a detachable, 15-round box magazine.
As production continued, several variants of the M1 carbine were developed, including a selective-fire version—the M2—as well as a model designed to mount an infrared night-vision sight, the T3. However, other than the standard M1 Carbine, the variant that was manufactured in greater numbers, and which saw the widest issuance, was the ’U.S. Carbine, Caliber .30, M1A1.’
The M1A1 Carbine was designed for use by paratroopers and had a folding wire stock, which reduced the overall length when folded. The stock was fitted with a wooden pistol grip. The only difference between the standard M1 Carbine and the M1A1 carbine was the folding stock on the latter.
There were two separate production runs of M1A1 Carbines. The so-called ’First Contract’ carbines were shipped between October 1942 and October 1943, with approximately 71,000 M1A1s delivered during the period”

(Källa: americanrifleman.org)

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