AY – AY-3M assault rifle replica – Black
Both the front grip and the pistol grip are composed of reinforced polymer, and the colour of both of these grips is a matte black. The remainder of the reproduction is composed nearly completely of metal. Metal composes the entirety of the body, including the receiver cover, the stock, and the one-piece outer barrel. The replica features a set of mechanical sights that can be adjusted, but owing to the “dovetail” rail that is installed on the side of the receiver, it is also possible to quickly and inexpensively install an optical sight.
By withdrawing the fake bolt/loading handle, which is likewise composed of metal, we are able to reach the hop-up adjustment knob. A wing fire mode selector can be found on the right side of the body of the weapon. This selector is extremely similar to the one used in AK type copies, except the fact that it is significantly shorter. Single and continuous firing are both options for us when it comes to our attacks.
Inside of the front grip is where you will find the compartment for the LiPo battery. The buttplate of the replica’s metal stock has been replaced with a more comfortable and durable hard rubber version. The rifle may be greatly shortened by folding the stock to the side of the body, making it an excellent choice for transporting the weapon or engaging in close combat.
What might we anticipate discovering after we open the replica? The v.3 gearbox, which has an AK-style trigger, serves as its beating heart. The gearbox was outfitted with steel ball bearings of 7 millimetres in diameter, and a set of steel gears were put on top of these bearings. Also, the nozzle conforms to the AK standard, and both the piston and the gears on it are constructed of durable nylon. The whole apparatus is driven by a motor with a short shaft and a medium torque. As a consequence of this, a robust mechanism that is well-fitted and is constructed from parts of a high-quality was developed, which serves as an excellent foundation for potential tuning of the mechanism’s power and endurance.