KIT - "Set of parts of the external case" includes: Case, Barrel PBS, Handguard, Butt (with the fixing screw to the motor frame); Motor frame (two halves and a set of screws), Cover, Cover fixing button, Shutter shutter,... Read more...
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KIT - "Set of parts of the external case" includes: Case, Barrel PBS, Handguard, Butt (with the fixing screw to the motor frame); Motor frame (two halves and a set of screws), Cover, Cover fixing button, Shutter shutter, Hop-up sleeve with protective trunks (and Hop-up fixing screws), Safety lock, Fire translator.
Step1 Installing a hop-up AK with a stem in a hop-up sleeve with a protective stem.
Step 2 Installing a hop-up sleeve with a protective stem in the housing.
Step 3 Installation on the gearbox of the motor frame with the motor.
Step 4 Installing a firebox fuse and a lid release button on the gearbox.
Step 5 Install the gearbox into the case.
Step 6 Installing the stock, forend, barrel
More information about the assembly of our product can be found in the attached instructions.
The AS Val (Avtomat Special'nyj Val, Russian: Автомат Специальный Вал or Special Automatic Rifle, code name: "Shaft", GRAU designation 6P30) is a Soviet-designed rifle featuring an integrated suppressor. Development of a special rifle (AS) "Shaft" began in the first half of the 1980s in the Central Research Institute of Precision Engineering (TSNIITOCHMASH), in the city of Klimovsk, Moscow region. The lead designer of the rifle is Pyotr Serdyukov. It was developed in 1987 by TsNIITochMash (Central Institute for Precision Machine Building). Since 1987, it was added to the arsenal of the Soviet Army and the KGB and is used by Russian Spetsnaz special forces and the MVD, FSB, OMON, SOBR, GRU, and select units of the Russian Army. Due to the rifle being both expensive and in limited quantity, it is very rarely deployed according to some Russian Spetsnaz operators. It is deployed in special operations that are either sabotage or reconnaissance units behind enemy lines and is a favorite of Spetsnaz operators. The AS Val and VSS proved to be very effective and remain in service with elements of the Russian army and special forces and Moscow’s intelligence and security forces. The suppressed rifles saw action during the last years of the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan and played prominent roles in the Chechen wars and the conflict in Georgia. Most recently, they have seen action during Russia’s interventions in Crimea and Syria.
|Coating||the same as military version|
|Fire mode||single / multi Fire|
|Gearbox||improved (modified) gearbox v3 from NPO AEG|
|Length||900 mm / 650 mm|
|Power / joules (we can downgrade power)||2,9|
|Principle of action||AEG|
|Store capacity||mechanical / 75 balls|
|The initial speed of the ball||490 fps ( 150 m/s ) with 0.2g BBs|
|Type and size of the battery (not included)||Lipo battery consists of three cans (parts). The battery is placed in PBS (silencer). size of one part of battery is 130mm-20mm-7mm Li-Po Connector "T"|
|Type of mounting optics|