A high-speed, high torque motor velocities up to 400 fps and fires in either full or semi automatic modes. Fires at an astounding 800 rounds per minute. The rifle features a metal barrel, adjustable hop-up, removable carry handle and fully adjustable sights.
Adjustable Hop-up systems
Adjustable metal front/rear sight
Metal bolt carrier, metal trigger
LE Collapsible Stock
MIL-STD M913 Style Rails
Flat Top Receiver
Body Components: Metal and ABS Plastic
Mechbox Type: Version 2
Bushings: 7mm Metal
Spring Guide: Metal bearing Spring Guide
Overall Length: 33 Extended
External Barrel: Metal
Motor Type: Long Shaft
Hop Up: Adjustable
Fire Mode: Semi and Full Auto
Gun Weight: 4.81 lbs
Muzzle Velocity: 400.00 FPS with .20 gram BBs
Front Sight: Blade
Rear Sight: Adjustable
Effective Range: 100 Feet
Battery Pack Size: Mini Type
Rifle, One High Capacity Magazine, Charger and Battery.
We recommend only using high quality .20g and .25g BBs for higher performance, better accuracy and to prolong the life of your gun.
- Caliber6mm cal
- Velocity400 fps
- Ammo TypeAirsoft BBs
- Ammo Weight0.2 gr
- Barrel StyleSmooth bore
- Fire ModeRepeater
- Gun Weight4.5
- Hop UpAdjustable
- Overall Length30"
- Magazine Capacity130
- Front SightsPost
- Rear SightsAdjustable
- Warranty1 Year Limited
August 17, 2010
This gun has a great rof . The noise after every shot is a little bit too loud . But I don't care . The small type battery is really easy to get in . A lot of plastic parts are on this gun but as long as you don't drop it you will be ok . The plastic helps keep the weight low for long airsoft battles . This gun is not made for long range , but it is really good at close range . Fps is pretty good for CQB. Stock and magazine wobble a little , but everything else is solid . The pistol grip feels really noce . This gun has not broken down on me after a year's worth of play . The battery lasts a long time too. The mag hods 150 rounds . It was an ok amount for me . This gun has been great for my collection
August 5, 2010
This is not so great- it'd be fine if it was possible to take the thing apart! you cannot open the recievers that i know of rear reciever pin does not go back in all the way the flash hider and front sight are not removable (i think)(rendering most optics usesless) but if your just starting to play airsoft, its perfect- it'll get the job done p.s. its manufactured by Classic Army so you know its good
January 10, 2010
Gun is okay. It needs a new hand guards (about 50 bucks), and some spare mags or a box mag. Every time you fire the semi auto feature though the whole gun makes the sound of a rattling spring.
January 7, 2010
This gun is good in speed. Theres some flaws, there is no place to put a bipod. The battery is very hard to get in and out, there seems to be no spare mags on the market, and the manaul says to wait 5-10 mins after every 500 rounds.
September 28, 2009
this gun is good. the mag it comes with is not a high cap but a 130 mid-cap. very fast just as advertised and very accuret. im going to make it a SAW type gun with a C-mag I would fully recomend it even thought i gve it a 4.
May 25, 2009
Game Face GF15A4 AEG Airsoft Rifle
November 30, -0001
I was and still am, very pleased to have purchased this Automatic Airsoft rifle! This is the best one yet- as for power and battery strength. I certainly do reccomend this hands down.
By jason from canada, Québec on July 23, 2012
By Staff on July 27, 2012
You shouldn't run into any problems with customs while shipping from the United States.
The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team
By Henry from York ME on November 12, 2011
By Staff on February 23, 2012
Answer:Yes the stock and stock bar are removable with the removal of a bolt and nut and can easily be replaced or changed out.
By Quin from Ontario on November 16, 2011
By Crowdcontrol from Canada on January 19, 2012
Answer:Additional Magazines: http://www.airgundepot.com/echo-1-mag--m4-hca.html
Iron Sight Removal: Yes and No, the Rear sight/Carry handle is removable via the large thumbscrews attached to the rail system. The front sight is unfortunately part of the hand-guard system, and a little trickier, possibly requiring hard (dremel & hammer) removal.