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Assault Rifles » [WTS] Classic Army Steyr AUG A1

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  • Username: mcintyr2
  • Real Name: Robert McIntyre
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  • Advertisement title: [WTS] Classic Army Steyr AUG A1
  • Price: 200 USD
  • Date: Wed May 10, 2017 3:58 pm

  • Description:

    I'm having trouble getting AP's photo uploader to work, so I put all the pictures of the gun in a google drive folder, here is the link: ... nlNQlJNT0E

    I'm off at college now and no longer airsofting, so I'm looking to find a new owner for my AUG A1. It has served me well for both outdoor and CQB games. It may look a little worn on the outside, but the gun will likely perform better than any stock AUG on the market.

    The gun comes in the original box along with 3 magazines (330 Rd. High Caps), 2 LiPo batteries (1 x 7.4V 2200 mAh, 1 x 11.1V 2200 mAh -- All with Deans Connectors) the original motor that I switched out (Classic Army High Torque), some spare parts, and a cleaning rod.

    The exterior is worn and some of the paint on the barrel and upper has come off. That being said, I rebuilt the internals, reshimmed the gearbox, and upgraded a number of parts.

    Internal upgrades include:

    - New King Arms Gear set
    - ICS High Torque Motor
    - Steel Toothed Polycarb Piston
    - Full Cylinder
    - New Air Nozzle
    - Gauder M120 Irregular Pitch Spring
    - Single Piece, Full Metal Spring Guide
    - New Hop Up Unit, with ICS Bucking
    - 6.05mm ICS Inner Barrel (I will throw in a propper length MadBull 6.03 Tightbore for an extra $20)

    With .2's I get around 380 fps with the hop up turned down and about 310 fps with the hop up turned all the way up. With the 7.4 LiPo, I get around 760 rpm, and with the 11.1 LiPo, I get around 1000 rpm from my xcortech chronograph.

    The gun functions perfectly and accuracy is decent with the current barrel and .20g bbs (.25's run better). The magazines feed flawlessly and are taped up a little to make them fit tighter. The scope is fantastic and has great eye relief. It holds a zero well and is perfect for outdoor games. Classic Army discontinued these guns a while back and they're harder to find now which is a shame.

  • Last edited on Wed May 10, 2017 4:11 pm by sourkraut45