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Old November 23rd, 2008, 07:10   #1
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Echo1 Master Class MP5A5 and Xenon lights at GI

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Airsoft GI have some new gear in:
The Echo 1 Master Class MP5A4 RAS is a great example of Echo 1’s ingenuity and excellent quality. The Master Class MP5A4 features a full metal upper receiver, a full metal RIS, a top rail for optics, and high quality plastic lower receiver and stock. Every attribute on this gun is made to imitate a real MP5 as close as possible. Additionally, Echo 1 has equipped these Master Class MP5’s with a spare ‘Power Up’ gearbox. Installed from the factory is a 350 FPS gearbox; and included is a complete 400 FPS gearbox, and lower receiver, and high torque motor.

The Master Class MP5 is made for those players that play a wide range of airsoft games; there is no better gun to purchase if you play both CQB and Woodland than the Echo 1 Master Class MP5. As if it were not enough that Echo 1 is basically providing 2 guns for the price of one, they also include 2 high capacity magazines, a vertical grip, and battery, and charger. Ever since Echo 1’s release in 2006 they have continually set higher standards for themselves and this MP5 is a great example of another step up.

Also, we have the new Task Force Black MP5’s, still have the great internals and externals but no RIS and no extra gearbox.  And in the world of accessories, UTG has released their Xenon Tactical Flashlight, a very impressive unit with an output of 260 lumens. (Airsoft GI)

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