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H&K (WE) LICENSED H&K G3A3 GBB RIFLE H&K (WE) LICENSED H&K G3A3 GBB RIFLE

Features:- Fully Licensed Umarex G3A3 by H&K.- Faithful replica to the original.- Realistic recoil action- Can reach 400fps.- 20 round magazine.- Full metal construction. About the real weapon:The origin of... Features:- Fully Licensed Umarex G3A3 by H&K.- Faithful replica to the original.- Realistic recoil action- Can reach 400fps.- 20 round magazine.- Full metal construction. About the real weapon:The origin of...
$388.00
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Product Code:
WE

Features:

- Fully Licensed Umarex G3A3 by H&K.
- Faithful replica to the original.
- Realistic recoil action
- Can reach 400fps.
- 20 round magazine.
- Full metal construction.

About the real weapon:

The origin of this rifle can be traced back to the final years of World War II when Mauser engineers at the Light Weapon Development Group (Abteilung 37) at Oberndorf am Neckar designed the MKb Gerät 06 (Maschinenkarabiner Gerät 06 or "machine carbine device 06") prototype assault rifle chambered for the intermediate 7.92×33mm Kurz cartridge, first with the Gerät 06 model using a roller-locked short recoil mechanism originally adapted from the MG 42 machine gun but with a fixed barrel and conventional gas-actuated piston rod. The Gerät 06 would later be adopted as the StG 44 (Sturmgewehr 44 or assault rifle). It was realized that with careful attention to the mechanical ratios, the gas system could be omitted. The resultant weapon, the Gerät 06H (the "H" suffix is an abbreviation for halbverriegelt or "half-locked") was assigned the designation StG 45(M) (Sturmgewehr 45(M) or assault rifle) but was not produced in any significant numbers and the war ended before the first production rifles were completed.

The G3 was the standard rifle of the German army for several decades. Total of more than 50 countries during the last 40 years issued it to its forces, could be seen in every main conflict of the worldwide, Today, G3 and a wide variety of derivative firearms are still in service or manufactured in many countries, with different purposes and calibers, such like 9mm MP-5 submachine guns, 5.56 mm HK 33 assault rifles, 5.56mm and 7.62 mm HK23 and HK 21 machine guns, PSG-1 sniper rifles etc.

Until 1995 that 5.56x45mm NATO caliber G36 rifle replaced the general firearm of Bundeswehr (Germany), the G3 in various modifications served as a general issue firearm and become an icon of 20-century 7.62mm caliber firearm, not only for German Armed forces but also for many other countries.

Specifications:

Length - 1027mm
Weight - 3270g
Inner Barrel Length - 455mm
Power Source - Green Gas / Top Gas
Blowback - YES
Shooting Mode - Semi, Full Auto
Hop-up - Adjustable
Magazine Compatibility - Umarex H&K G3A3 Gas Magazines.
FPS - 400

Features:

- Fully Licensed Umarex G3A3 by H&K.
- Faithful replica to the original.
- Realistic recoil action
- Can reach 400fps.
- 20 round magazine.
- Full metal construction.

About the real weapon:

The origin of this rifle can be traced back to the final years of World War II when Mauser engineers at the Light Weapon Development Group (Abteilung 37) at Oberndorf am Neckar designed the MKb Gerät 06 (Maschinenkarabiner Gerät 06 or "machine carbine device 06") prototype assault rifle chambered for the intermediate 7.92×33mm Kurz cartridge, first with the Gerät 06 model using a roller-locked short recoil mechanism originally adapted from the MG 42 machine gun but with a fixed barrel and conventional gas-actuated piston rod. The Gerät 06 would later be adopted as the StG 44 (Sturmgewehr 44 or assault rifle). It was realized that with careful attention to the mechanical ratios, the gas system could be omitted. The resultant weapon, the Gerät 06H (the "H" suffix is an abbreviation for halbverriegelt or "half-locked") was assigned the designation StG 45(M) (Sturmgewehr 45(M) or assault rifle) but was not produced in any significant numbers and the war ended before the first production rifles were completed.

The G3 was the standard rifle of the German army for several decades. Total of more than 50 countries during the last 40 years issued it to its forces, could be seen in every main conflict of the worldwide, Today, G3 and a wide variety of derivative firearms are still in service or manufactured in many countries, with different purposes and calibers, such like 9mm MP-5 submachine guns, 5.56 mm HK 33 assault rifles, 5.56mm and 7.62 mm HK23 and HK 21 machine guns, PSG-1 sniper rifles etc.

Until 1995 that 5.56x45mm NATO caliber G36 rifle replaced the general firearm of Bundeswehr (Germany), the G3 in various modifications served as a general issue firearm and become an icon of 20-century 7.62mm caliber firearm, not only for German Armed forces but also for many other countries.

Specifications:

Length - 1027mm
Weight - 3270g
Inner Barrel Length - 455mm
Power Source - Green Gas / Top Gas
Blowback - YES
Shooting Mode - Semi, Full Auto
Hop-up - Adjustable
Magazine Compatibility - Umarex H&K G3A3 Gas Magazines.
FPS - 400

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  • Downloadable/Digital Products, Virtual Products
  • Inventory Management with Backordered items
  • Customer Personalized Products - upload text for embroidery, monogramming, etc.
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  • Advanced Pricing Rules and support for Special Prices
  • Tax Rates per location, customer group and product type
  • Detailed Configuration Options in Theme Admin Penl
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