Semi Automatic Shooting Mode.
Realistic CNC Aluminum Receiver.
Engraved "Knight's" Logo & serial number on Receiver".
CNC Aluminum Charging Handle, even Gas Block Base
and Trigger Guard.
310mm. Metal Made RIS Rail System Handguard With three
155mm Rail Cover.
Steel 490mm. Outer Barrel with 310mm Metal Silencer.
Come With Dummy Gas Block and Gas Tube
Polymer Non-Slip Texture Pistol grip
Metal Housing 20 Rounds Loading Capacity magazine
Mil-spec 272mm A2 Buttstock
The bolt carrier is made by CNC Aluminum, allows you can
feeling the high speed and powerful recoi.l
Steel bushing into the bolt carrier.
Steel Pop-Up Front Sight, Steel Sling, Magazine Catch,
Bolt Catch, Selector Lever Set, Hammer & Disconnector Set
and Firing pin & housin.
6 Position Bipod.
Leg extended by pulling the leg from 145mm. to 220mm.
New Patented Concealment Hop-Up Quick Adjusting Design.
Adjusting the Hop-Up on the Steel Gas Block Base directly.
You don't need to open anything.
The internal mechanism key parts of fire control group are all
made by steel.
Sling mount can be installed with any single.2- or 3- point
Come With Hard Case: 1330 x 410 x 135mm.
Numero seriale unico e progressivo sia per quanto riguarda
la replica che per quanto riguarda il silenziatore.
Inner barrel: 480mm.
L' ottica visibile in ultima foto è presente a solo scopo
dimostrativo e NON è compresa.
Per info e/o acquisto veloce senza account:
History of Firearms SR25 / MK11
In the late 1950s, Eugene Stoner designed the AR-10 battle
rifle to equip U.S. troops. It was accurate for an auto-loading rifle,
but it lost the competition to the M14 rifle. The patent rights for the
AR-10 and the AR-15 were sold to Colt's Manufacturing
Company. Colt focused on the AR-15, giving others the ability to
capitalize on the AR-10 system.
In the early 1990s, Stoner joined Knight's Armament Company.
He continued his AR-10 design work and joined it with the direct
gas system of the AR-15. The end result was the SR-25,
adding together the numbers of the AR-10 and AR-15, which
improved the AR-10 design with M16A2 advancements and
parts commonality. The original SR-25 was released in the early
1990s and had a heavy free-floating 24 in (610 mm) match
grade barrel with a fiberglass handguard. It had a flat top upper
receiver with a Mil-Std 1913 rail for mounting optics and a
2-stage match grade trigger. The bolt carrier was similar to the
AR-10's, being chrome plated and having a captive firing pin
retainer pin. The SR-25 was designed specifically to fire 168gr.
(10.9 g) open-tip match cartridges. Accuracy was guaranteed at
or under 1 minute of angle. At first, AR-10 type 20-round
magazines were used, but they were later replaced by steel
20-round magazines resembling those used by the M16.
The United States Special Operations Command took interest in
the SR-25, particularly its high magazine capacity and faster
ùengagement time compared to bolt-action rifles. After some ù
modifications, SOCOM adopted the SR-25 as the Mk 11 Mod 0
in May 2000. Changes included a shorter 20 in (510 mm)
barrel that could fire M118 and M118LR 7.62×51mm NATO
rounds and had a quick detachable sound suppressor mount.
An 11.35 in (288 mm) free-floating handguard rail system
allowed mounting accessories. Flip-up front sights and
adjustable back-up iron sights were added, and an M16A2
stock and pistol grip were used.