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ICS AK-74 R.A.S.

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IK74 RAS Fixed Stock

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IK74 RIS Fixed Stock

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ICS L85 Carbine

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The most significant feature of the L85 is the bullpup design. One of the features of bullpup design is that the bolt group and magazine are placed in the stock behind the trigger. The design allows the weapon to be shorter and lighter but keep the same barrel length and effective range. Therefore, soldiers can move quickly and agilely in narrow space and have the same firepower and accuracy in open fields. This design provides the best performance and manoeuvrability. The famous Taiwanese AEGs manufacturer, ICS, announce the L85 Carbine after the success of the ICS L85/L86. The ICS L85 Carbine has all the advanced designs of the ICS L85 A2/L86/A2. The length of the L85 Carbine is even shorter than the ICS L85 A2. The L85 has very good manoeuvrability. The shorter L85 Carbine brings even greater lethality without compromise of effective range and accuracy. It makes the L85 Carbine one of the best weapons for CQB. The unique features and innovations make the ICS L85 Carbine and excellent AEG for both play and collection.

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ICS L86 A2

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When the 3rd Commando Brigade soldiers came rappelling down from Lynx helicopters on to the deserts of Iraq, each soldier was armed with the L86 A2 LSW. When Thunder attack in Iraq commenced by the British Army, soldiers pushed forward with the L86 A2, earning its invaluable reputation. The L85 series has a unique bullpup design where the bolt group and magazine are placed in the stock behind the trigger. This design allows the weapon to be shorter and lighter, while keeping the same barrel length and effective range at the same time. The benefit is improved manoeuvrability in narrow spaces with the same power and accuracy needed for open field battles. ICS, a world leader in AEG manufacturing, proudly release the L86A2 LSW following the successful release of the L85A2 assault rifle. The L86A2 is designed by ICS dedicated engineering staff who designed and perfected the L85A2. Thus making it the most affordable and outstanding L86A2 LSW available. When you hold this new AEG in your hands, your heart will pump with adrenaline as you envision yourself in glorious battle.

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ICS MX5 A4

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MX5 A4

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ICS MX5 SD With Folding Stock

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Quick disassembling design is one of the main ideas in ICS different type of electric gun. Its purpose is to allow the war game payers can maintain their gun quickly and conveniently or easy to upgrade the internal parts. Before ICS didn’t start the quick disassembling design, players also go through a dark age of AEF. Disassemble the electric gun to do basic maintenance needs a great deal of patience and perseverance to compete and therefore the dismantling needs to disassemble the various parts to very sporadic cases to take out the gearbox, not the mention the “modified” is only few people can complete personally. After ICS have this quick disassembling design into MX5, just pull out the two pins then upper and lower receiver will be decomposed immediately. Maintenance is no longer one is both painful and time-consuming and labor-intensive chore. ICS designed MX5 series of gun models for studying real guns and appearance details. Especially for welding mark during the production on real gun. ICS also imitate these kinds of fish scale welders or other details on MX5. It was made by aluminum alloy die casting Barrel and appearance to create a ratio of 1:1 according to the real gun for ICS MX5 series electric gun and making ICS MX5 particularly realistic in appearance, but also the best choice in collection of this series guns. Same specifications MX5 gearbox internal parts and most of the commercially available parts, such as gear, motors, springs … etc., so do not worry about the subsequent repair parts to acquire or upgrade kit compatibility issues.

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