NOTE: This rifle currently comes with an orange tip.
The VFC Avalon Calibur Carbine AEG Rifle is the next evolution in the airsoft AEG rifle, and we here at Mach 1 Airsoft are proud to be the first in Canada to carry this rifle. The Avalon series rifles build on the build quality of the standard VFC series rifles by including improvements such as a 6.03mm tightbore barrel, an integral MOSFET that doesn't steal battery space, attractive engravings, ambidextrous selector, and a new Version 2 gearbox that makes changing springs a breeze compared to the past.
The idea behind the Avalon is simple - avoid the pitfalls of buying a new airsoft gun, only to spend hundreds more on making it competitive in today's arenas. To this end, VFC has looked at even the smallest details - from the inclusion of a mid-cap magazine in lieu of a high-cap magazine, to the use of a large and easily adjustable rotary hopup, VFC has spared no expense. A straight trigger improves trigger pull, while the new grip improves friction, comfort, and safety through trigger finger indexing points.
The Calibur Carbine sets itself apart from other Avalon models through the use of a free-float KeyMod Rail attached by the HK416's mounting system. VFC's take on this has resulted in a highly modular rifle compatable with accessories from actual KeyMod equipped firearms, ensuring you are never without options. Not a fan of KeyMod? The forward rail segments provide stability and balance for the ideal placement of many of your accessories. The rifle is also built off of a different upper receiver arrangement compared to the rest of the Avalon family - based off the HK416, the gun includes many of the 416's enhancements, such as a quick-disassemble rail with specially designed upper mating surfaces, raised upper rail, HK416 receiver, and a plethora of small details that make it a true standout compared to both its peers in the Avalon family, and the HK416 family.
Don't believe that this is one of the best rifles out there right now? Just check out the review from one of airsoft's most respected reviewers, Airsoftology:
Airsoftology - Is the VFC Avalon AEG the New Airsoft Benchmark?