SR-3M, AS Val, and VSS Vintorez Now Available
Made in Russia, in limited quantities, the SR-3M, AS VAL, and VSS Vintorez automatic electric guns are now available for purchase worldwide. Although these replicas have existed, their attainment outside of Eurasia has only recently become possible thanks to online shops. The SR-3M is a combination of qualities from the SR-3 Vikhr, AS Val, and VSS Vintorez; featuring a quick detachable suppressor and a redesigned handguard with a collapsible foregrip, the weapon is versatile and compact. Weighing less than 3 kilograms, the replica fires in semi and fully automatic fashion, using a version 3 gearbox. Constructed of steel, save for the plastic handguards and magazine, the SR-3M AEG is externally solid and internally sound with a muzzle velocity of 459fps with and 394fps without its removable silencer.
Sharing the same steel and plastic construction as the SR-3M, the AS VAL AEG fires at 328 fps and features a powder coated interior. Furthermore housing an LCT brand hop-up, gear box, and SRC brand ultra high torque motor, the AEG is compatible with most aftermarket airsoft parts. Lastly, the VSS Vintorez AEG is constructed of steel and plywood with plastic hanguards and magazine. Able to accept the majority of real Russian optics, the Vintorez replica contains the same aforementioned SR-3M and AS VAL internals along with an SRC brand 6.03 455mm inner barrel.
To date, airsoft manufacturer Zeta Lab are to finish production of an AS VAL and VSS Vintorez of their own, please read this Airsoft2day article to find out more concerning Zeta-Lab's replicas, but for the airsoft enthusiasts who simply cannot wait to add these unique models to their FSB or Spetsnaz impressions, all three replicas may now be purchased from Soviet-Propaganda for about 1191 USD. Spare magazines may be purchased separately and bought replicas may be shipped directly from Russia depending upon the customer's country of residence.
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 Wikipedia SR-3 Vikhr http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SR-3_Vikhr