Thursday, June 12, 2008

Electric JG MP5 Navy Tactical 330 FPS Airsoft Gun

Electric JG MP5 Navy Tactical 330 FPS Airsoft Gun

This is the new Electric JG MP5 Navy Tactical 330 FPS Airsoft Gun. This highly anticipated Airsoft gun comes made with a mostly metal construction and a high grade metal gear box. TM parts are compatible with this Airsoft gun. This MP5 has adjustable hop up, full and semi auto, a high capacity magazine, and plenty of rails for some great accessories. Firing at over 300 FPS and being a great CQB weapon, this Airsoft gun is sure to please.

Electric Airsoft Rifles use batteries as their power source, they're usually fully automatic, and they shoot very fast. If you are looking for continuous fire fun, this is the type of Airsoft Gun for you - just hold down the trigger and watch those BBs stream out, one after the other, in a straight, swift line - which means fun and entertainment, plain and simple. This Electric Airsoft Rifle doesn't require any pumping just simply point and shoot. This is a high end electric Airsoft gun. We highly recommend that you use .20g BBs or better to ensure longer gun life and better play. You must be 18 years of age or older to purchase this Airsoft gun.


  • Metal Gear Box
  • Adjustable Hop Up
  • TM Compatible
  • High Cap Magazine
  • Battery and Charger Included
  • RIS Rails & Knight's Style Mount
  • Vertical Fore Grip
  • Battery can be Stored in Vertical Fore Grip
  • Metal Body
  • Full and Semi Auto
  • Functioning Safety
  • Extendable Stock


  • Electric JG MP5 Navy Tactical 330 FPS Airsoft Gun
  • Battery and Charger
  • High Cap Magazine
  • Vertical Fore Grip


  • Firing Velocity: 330 FPS w/ .20g BBs
  • Battery: 1100 mAh 9.6V NiMh
  • Magazine Capacity: 200 Rounds
  • Length: 23 in. to 29 in. Fully Extended
Charging an Airsoft Battery: The initial charge should be 4 hours but no longer, and subsequent charges should last no longer than 2-3 hours. Overcharging your battery will ruin your battery so that it won't hold a charge. Remember to never overcharge your battery!

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