The CM16 Raider L 2.0 carbine replica by G&G was made as part of the Combat Machine project, the aim of which is to deliver high-quality replicas at a price that can be considered economical. Combat Machine replicas are characterized by the highest quality of workmanship, characteristic for the G&G company, and work culture as well as high quality of the materials used. The main factor that allows for lowering the price is the use of a body made of high-quality glass fiber reinforced plastic instead of metal.
The body, pistol grip, MLok system rail, stock, and muzzle device are made of plastic. The metal is used to make the outer barrel, the stock guide, hooks, and most of the small parts.
The replica is perfect for medium-range operations, due to the muzzle velocity of ~ 350 FPS. The used top RIS rail allows for the attachment of any optical sight device, while the telescopic stock housing the battery allows the replica to be adapted to the individual preferences of the user. The set includes a set of folding, mechanical flip-up sights.
In addition to the high-quality parts typical for G&G, GB has an innovative ETU (Electronic Trigger Unit) system installed. The system completely replaces the contact block and acts as a MOSFET type. Thanks to the electronic operation of the trigger, the system has gained an excellent response to the trigger. Each time the trigger is pressed, the full GB cycle is performed.
The ETU system has the ability to program fire modes. The user has basic access to the SAFE – SEMI – modes and a choice of FULL AUTO or a 3-shot series. Programming is very simple – just set the selector to SEMI position and hold the trigger for 10 seconds. After this procedure, the selected mode will be activated on the third setting on the selector.
The set does not include a battery or a charger.
The kit includes: