The Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR) was a family of United States automatic rifles and light machine gun (LMG) used by the United States and numerous other countries in 20th century. It is designed by John Browing in 1917 as a replacement for the French-made M1915 Chauchat and M1909 Benet-Mercie Machine Guns which were used by US Expeditionary Corps in WWI.
The BAR was designed to be carried by infantries and used as a walking fire concept, however, soldiers were most often used as a light machine gun and fired from a bipod (introduced in later model M1918A1). It served as the service portable light machine gun of the US Army in WWII and the Korean War, and it was replaced by the M249, the US model of the Belgian Minimi LMG, as the standard issue LMG in US army.
Realistic outlook for the M1918A2 BAR Rifle.
Large Metal Flash Hider.
Removable Bipod which mounted on the flash hider which offer stable shooting for this machine gun.
Metal Outer barrel with plastic made handguard in Wood color.
Removable Carry Handle mounted on the outer barrel which allow user to carry this machine gun easily.
Fixed front sight and adjustable folded rear sight.
Metal body frame with plastic fixed rear stock in wood color.
Rear stock which store up to 9.6V stick type batteries with small plug.
Moveable Dummy Charing handle with bolt carrier plate.
Adjustable Hopup system.
Constructed of 8mm Metal Bushing LMG type Gear Box.
Ready to go for 400 - 430 FPS without modification.
Included 300 rds Hi-cap magazine.
** Please note that Battery and Charger are not included.**
Length: 1200 mm
Barrel Length: 390 mm
Shooting Mode: Safety, Full-Auto
Weight (g): 6300 (gun with magazine), 7900 (with box)
Gear Box: 8mm Metal Bushing LMG type Gear Box.
Battery: 9.6V (stick type with small plug)
Magazine Capacity: ~ 200 rds
Material: Metal & Plastic
Bullet type: 6mm BB
Power (Muzzle Velocity): 400 - 430 FPS