EMG Salient Arms International BLU Airsoft GBB Gas Blowback Training Pistol with Gas Mag

EMG Salient Arms International BLU Airsoft GBB Gas Blowback Training Pistol with Gas Mag
EMG Salient Arms International BLU Airsoft GBB Gas Blowback Training Pistol with Gas Mag
Item# GP-SAI-BLU-GG
Regular price: $180.00
Sale price: $140.00
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Product Description

EMG Salient Arms International BLU Airsoft GBB Gas Blowback Training Pistol with Gas Mag

FEATURES:

Shoots 300 to 330 FPS with 0.20g BB's.

Lightweight, rugged injection molded polymer frame, with interchangeable backstraps and stipled texture for positive grip surface.

Designed off of the original SAI specifications for optimized ergonomics.

Machined slide with lightening cuts, aggressive slide serrations, and SAI rollmarks.

Fiber optic front sight and SAI rear sight, designed specifically for single handed manipulation (compatible with all TM spec sights).

SAI brass color removable backstrap and magazine release for added weight to enhance balance while shooting.

Frame integrated 20mm accessory rail is ideal for mounting weapon lights, laser pointers, and etc.

Beveled magazine well for improved reloads.

Threaded, fluted SAI style outer barrel (EMG SAI licensed proprietary convex thread cap included).

Unique individualized serial number laser engraved on every model.

Adjustable hop up unit for greater range and accuracy.

25+1 round green gas magazine included.

Package Includes: Pistol, green gas mag, and user manual.

Airsoft Ballistics TECH TIP: When pressuring green gas into the mag be sure the mag is outside of the gun, hold it upside down, line up the valves straight and be sure to use lots of pressure. Allow the gas to go inside the magazine for 4 to 5 seconds then stop for 2 seconds. Repeat this process 3 to 5 times to be sure that you have enough gas to go through an entire mag of ammo!

Remember that green gas does not work well in the cold weather. Also if the mag is used over and over it can get very cold and will cause the gas to get cold, making the pistol not function properly. Best bet is to use spare mags.