TOKYO MARUI MK16 Next Gen carbine replica – FDE SCAR L
The real steel Combat Assault Rifle, also known as the SCAR, is a modular rifle that was developed for the United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM) as one of the proposed projects to fulfil the requirements of a competition to find a new rifle. The competition was held to find the best new rifle. This line of rifles consists of two primary types: the SCAR-L (light) is chambered in the normal 5.56 x 45mm NATO cartridge, while the SCAR-H (Heavy) is chambered in the larger 7.62 x 45mm NATO cartridge. Both of these cartridges are chambered in the weapons’ respective magazines.
In spite of the fact that SOCOM has decided to stop buying the MK 16 SCAR-L variation, the MK 17 SCAR-H variant is still in the process of being purchased. The SCAR-L has been featured in a large number of video games, television shows, and movies, despite the fact that its use in the mainstream military has been discontinued. This has not had any effect on the popularity of the SCAR-L inside the subculture.
It was previously announced that Tokyo Marui will be releasing their new electric blowback AEG in the form of the SOPMOD M4 and its derivatives. This technology is now being included into this SCAR-L model from Tokyo Marui. It works on a regular tiny battery rather than the special SOPMOD battery, which makes care somewhat simpler, and it has the same recoil blowback characteristics and increased hop-up as other models, thus it makes good on its promise of superior performance.
The weapon will recoil after each each shot fired, much like the traditional SOPMOD M4, provided that a charged battery is attached to it and a loaded magazine is placed into it. The fake bolt will go through its motions, and the kick that you feel will be caused by the momentum built up within.
If you fire the weapon when the magazine is empty, the weapon will enter a “bolt locked” mode, which will prohibit any further shooting until either a loaded magazine is inserted or the bolt release catch is pressed. This mode will remain in effect until one of those two things is done. Because its function is completely controlled electronically, there is very little possibility that it will become jammed.
The upper receiver of the SCAR is made of a single piece of metal, which acts as a hulk-like backbone and gives the weapon its well-known strong and sturdy shape. The accessory rail that runs along the top of most of the weapon incorporates a built-in slip up iron sight on the front and a rail-attach flip up rear iron sight; however, you are free to attach and rail compatible optics that are currently on the market. The accessory rail runs along the top of most of the weapon.
A short rail on the left and right and a mid length rail on the bottom complete the 4 surface setup of rails, allowing for a vast potential of accessory combinations. These accessory combinations could be as outlandish as a mono-zoom boosted holosight with PEQ and motion tracker, or they could be as simple as a flash light.
With a standard type of tiny battery, it achieves the customary level of Marui power together with a respectable rate of fire as well as precision and consistency that are matched by very few other AEGs. It takes an 82-round magazine, which is essentially simply a tan version of the SOPMOD magazine that comes with the M4; the SCAR is compatible with SOPMOD magazines, and just like the M4, it will not bolt lock when using the high-capacity version of the magazine.