SW-020C Carbine Replica
Firearms in a bull-pup system (sometimes referred to as stockless) have a long tradition and an equal amount of enthusiasts as well as skeptics. One of the advantages of this construction can be hardly ignored – it is the possibility of the implementation of a really long and effective barrel, whilst maintaining a relatively compact size of the firearm. It is important to note the aesthetic value as well – bull-pup firearms are simply unique and they cannot be mistaken for anything else.
Similarly to the live firearm, the receiver of the replica was made of durable polymer. Metal parts include: the entire front of the replica as well as miscellaneous elements such as the shell ejection port cover or flash hider.
The rear as well as the front part of the replica feature tactical sling swivels. Access to the Hop-Up adjustment knob is gained in a traditional way – after pulling back the charging handle and uncovering the shell ejection port. The handle can be locked in a rear position. What is characteristic for this construction is that shell ejection ports are located on both sides of the receiver, which makes it comfortable to use for a left-handed User as well. The flash hider sits on a 14 mm left-handed thread.
The battery of the replica is stored inside the stock (if one can use such a word in the case of a stockless design). In order to access the battery, one needs to remove the rubber stock pad. No tools are necessary for that operation because it is attached by being pressed into its place. The disassembly of the entire replica into two parts also lasts mere seconds. It is necessary to access the Hop-Up chamber and the internal barrel. In order to do that, it is necessary to press a metal pin – a lock – and afterward the fire selector plate and split away from the construction into 2 parts – the receiver and front part with the barrel.
The replica features a single, long, top RIS rail and standard iron sights attached to it.
The replica features a two-stage trigger, whose first stage causes the replica to fire in a semi mode and a full pull – in a fully automatic mode. The safety is located at the pistol grip and can be operated from both sides.
The replica has a quick spring change system that allows with a minimal amount of time to change the main spring. There is no need to take out the gearbox and disassemble the entire construction. All that is necessary is to remove the stock pad, unscrew the plastic cap and through the opening in the back side of the gearbox pull out the slide with the spring. The system allows to rapidly and quickly adapt the power of the replica to the conditions expected on the playing field without the necessity to have the access to a workshop or a set of special tools. This allows to easily guarantee an ideal compromise between the effectiveness of fire and safety for the user himself as well as other participants.
The replica comes with a polymer Hi-Cap magazine with a capacity of up to 330 BBs.
The set does not include a battery or a charger.
The set includes:
– User’s manual