Bring back those old gangster vibes…
Who doesn’t want to play Al’Capone using a M1928 typewriter at some day on the field? It truly adds some serious gangster vibes to the event. King Arms finally brings this classic back to life but sadly, it’s not an GBBR as this is what we really want!
The Thompson M1928 Chicago is available from the King Arms website in a couple of versions, as well conversion kits, spare mags and stuff is available for your needs.
It features a realistic design in all aspect such as the operation system (as much this is possible in airsoft), dimension and materials King Arms said. Find below some detailed pics as well product specs if you want to find out more.
-Full metal upper and lower receiver, providing longer resistance and durability.
-Full marking are engraved on the receiver.
-One piece fluted outer barrel is made with full metal. The design gives the rifle a muscular feeling, keeps it straight and rigid to avoid wobbling.
-Smooth and precise brass internal barrel makes the shooting trajectory constantly precise.
-Equipped with 9mm bearing gearbox and high quality internal parts.
-Adjustable hop up system can be spotted on the receiver.
-The power circle comes with a reliable MOSFET gives accuracy triggering.
4.Stock & Grip
-The Stock, Pistol Grip and Foregrip built by high quality real wood. It is sturdy and impact-resistant wood, having clear texture and smooth surface.
-Ergonomic stock design gives a solid rifle grabbing and comfortable shoulder rest.
-The stock is capable to store a 9.6V large type battery.
-Fixed front iron-sight & foldable rear iron-sight.
-The rear iron-sight is realistic designed and adjustable as user’s preference for high precision shooting.
-Package comes with a drum magazine with storage up to 450 rounds 6mm bb bullets.
-Compatible with 420 rounds long magazine (KA-MAG-30).
-Fire selector, safety, magazine release, cocking handle, sling swivel, screws, nuts and the pivot plate etc all made with Full metal.
The Thompson M1928 Chicago AEG is available from the King Arms web. Hit the link below and find out more…