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S&t m3a1 grase gun aeg rifle

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S&T M3A1 Grase Gun AEG Rifle

S&T M3A1 Grase Gun AEG Rifle

Introduction: to the S&T M3A1 Grase Gun AEG Rifle.
It used to be that if you wanted a WWII-era US SMG in the airsoft industry, you had to settle for a Thompson or one of the very expensive gas powered M3s on the market. In the last few years, a few AEG options hit the market, including models by Ares, ICS, and now S&T. All of the various models have their pros and cons, and I’ll discuss them later on in this review. I feel that this model is the best one currently on the market, and to see why, keep reading this review!

The S&T M3A1 Grase Gun AEG Rifle is an accurate replica of the later model M3A1, as opposed to the early M3 replicated by ICS. It is very similar to the Ares version, given S&T and Ares’ working relationship, so you will see several similarities between the two in this review. The gun makes the term “full metal” feel like a gross understatement, as it is comprised almost entirely out of welded steel and aluminum alloys. It features a metal gearbox with a special split design to allow installation in the solid steel body. The fact that you’re getting an AEG with a metal gearbox, welded steel body, battery and charger, and the whole thing costs less than $200 is pretty astounding.

First impressions/Packaging: of theS&T M3A1 Grase Gun AEG Rifle.
S&T packaged the S&T M3A1 Grase Gun AEG Rifle in a cardboard box emblazoned with images and information about the gun held within. Once I opened it up, I could see that the gun was held securely in a high density, soft foam inner liner to keep it safe during shipping. Once I pulled the gun out of the box, I was surprised with how big and hefty it was, as the gun doesn’t look like it’s that big in pictures.

 

Last updated on February 4th, 2024 at 07:43 am