M4 Cobra original Series
The Colt M4 automatic rifle was developed in the USA on the basis of the M16A2 rifle and was originally intended for arming combat crews and fighting equipment personnel, for whom the excessive length of the M16A2 was a hindrance.
The carbine has a shortened barrel and a collapsible buttstock, making it even more compact. Despite a slight decrease in the shooting characteristics, the great convenience of using the compact carbine led to the fact that it was adopted as a must have weapon for all U.S. special operations forces, and now it is used by the U.S. Army.
Characteristics of design
A strike-ball fantasy on the theme "how M4 will look like in the near future" helped to create this device. The familiar and famous silhouette of the American rifle has suddenly acquired new, slightly fantastic outlines.
It seems that it has not changed beyond recognition, but has become much more modern than its prototype. A collapsible buttstock and a futuristic but very functional barrel casing, which replaced the usual plastic foregrip, made the carbine look like in some American fantasy films.
The model weighs 2.2 kg and is 82 cm long.
The plastic fluted magazine houses a loudspeaker for great and clear sound. The indication LED located at the point where the magazine is adjacent to the body is almost invisible when switched off.
The 2,200 mAh battery is located in the buttstock tube and provides up to 36 hours of continuous play. It can be charged with a Li+ charger. The charging socket is located on the underside of the comfortable pistol grip and protected by a rubber plug. The backsight and foresight are removable. A hit sensor is mounted in the weapon barrel. The lock is used to turn the weapon on.
|Li+ (8,4V; 1000 mA)
|Li+ (2.2 Ah; 7,4V)
Effective firing range