TGM Q6 sub-machinegun replica
The TGM Q6 replica is made of high quality plastic, an alloy of zinc and aluminum and steel. The whole main construction is made of an alloy of zinc and aluminum. The lower parts of the body and the pistol grip and the front grip are made of plastic just like in the original weapon. The stock has got metal stock guides and is made of plastic and equipped with a rubber stock's foot. It is adjustable in three different degrees what allows the adjustment of the replica to the user's silhouette. It is also a perfect solution in the case of changing the skirmish site from the open area to urban terrain and also the other way around.
In order to gain access to the hop-up chamber it is required to pull the cocking handle and lock it in the rear position. The battery is located in the front part of the replica and it can be accessed by taking off the front grip.
The carbine uses the extraordinary BlowBack system which adds additional realism when using the replica and provides the user additional feelings.
The Pneumatic Blow-Back system operates on the principal of taking a part of the compressed air from the gearbox to a special cylinder that is located above the gearbox’s casing. The small piston that is located in the Pneumatic Blow-Back system moves a thin plate that is attached to it. The plate imitates the bolt carrier.
The G&G replica’s that are equipped with the Pneumatic Blow-Back system have got a reinforced and modified V.2 gearbox. The modification that was made was the adaptation of the gearbox to the Pneumatic Blow-Back system and adding the “active main spring release” button in the form of the actuator.
The replica is delivered with a sound suppressor and a mount allowing the attachment of a red dot sight meeting the RIS standard.
The set includes:
- The replica with the sound suppressor,
- the G3/RIS mount,
- a magazine,
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Oznaczenia v2, v3, v6 nie oznaczają stopnia zaawansowania mechanizmu ,a jedynie kształt zastosowanego szkieletu, który dobierany jest przez producenta w zależności od możliwości korpusu repliki. Przykładowo, repliki z rodziny M4/M16, MP5, mają gearbox v2, natomiast rodzina AK czy G36 gearbox v3.