2015年12月09日

First Impression of Tokyo MArui H&K 416 DEVGRU

Reviewer: Ryan Tacadena
Photo credit to: Anna Tacadena





Although it’s been out in Japan for a while, it has only been available in the United States since the beginning of 2015. It is based on the rifle used by Navy S.E.A.L’s.



Based on the 416 D platform but with a shorter barrel designed to be used with a suppressor.



Suppressor attachment on short barrel.


H&K trademark is printed on the bolt shield.


Charging handle has an extended lever. Split D ring for sling mount and ergonomic grip.


Close quarters barrel without suppressor.



Full-length quad rail with long vertical fore grip that has a cut out for a pressure plate.



H&K trademark with rifle designation and caliber.



Rear sight post can be adjusted for height and flips down to make way for optics.

The front sight is adjustable and flips down. The front rail has clips for a sling on both sides and the suppressor has realistic “front towards enemy” markings.

All in all, this is an almost exact replica of the rifle used by the S.E.A.L’s who killed Osama Bin Laden. It’s a beautiful addition to any airsoft collection.






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