P-90 Kayman Original Series
The Belgian P-90 submachine gun was introduced in the 1980s. The "self-defense weapon" class was formulated with a set of requirements, including the convenience of constant wear and the ability of the ammunition to penetrate armour, surpassing the ballistics of the 9x19mm cartridge. The Belgians from Fabrique Nacional were the first to do so, providing the Five-seven pistol, the P-90 submachine gun, and the 5.7x28 mm cartridge.
Although designed as an auxiliary military weapon, the P90 is most commonly used by police anti-terrorist units as well as army special forces. The submachine gun was first used during Operation Desert Storm. More than 40 countries - from the USA to Mali, from Poland to Suriname - are using it now.
The pistol grips are integrated into the body, as in the laser tag version. Despite its unusual appearance, it is ergonomic and very comfortable to hold.
The tagger, like its famous predecessor, has no magazine. The cartridges are housed in a special transparent pouch that is attached to the top of the body.
The Р90 game set is based on an airsoft weapon from Classic Army. The main advantages are relatively small dimensions and weight. The length of the weapon is 69 cm, and the weight is 2.760 g.
The body is made of shock-resistant ABS plastic. Thanks to the bullpup system, our specialists managed to achieve a full integration of laser tag electronics. Under the trigger you can find a fire mode switch (with A, 1, S modes).
The Weaver rail has a standard backsight and a foresight.
You can play with the SMG up to 36 hours on a single charge. The body houses a 2.2 Ah lithium battery. Switch the weapon on by using the key. Use the bolt to reload it.
In addition, you can install a collimator sight. As for the optics, both Prism and Parallax will do. The range of fire can be up to 400 m.
The game set comes with a tagger by default. Hit sensors, chargers, sights are to be purchased separately. Kayman supports any laser tag platform: 9, 10, 11.
|Li+ (8,4V; 1000 mA)
|Li+ (2,2 Ah; 7,4V)
Effective firing range