- Durable billet-style carbine receiver with matte anodized finish
- Adjustable PDW style collapsible stock
- 5" Full metal M-LOK handguard allows mounting of M-LOK accessories
- Ergonomic motor grip
- Straight competition style trigger with enlarged trigger guard
- Integrated Electronic Trigger Unit (ETU) for improved trigger response
- Pre-installed MOSFET is programmable to fire 3-round Burst and full auto
Introducing the G&G Combat Machine ARP 556 CQB AEG Airsoft Gun – a full-metal, M4 magazine-compatible airsoft rifle specifically designed to dominate close-quarters combat scenarios. Its compact size allows for unprecedented maneuverability in tight spaces while keeping a low profile and delivering unmatched accuracy. Equipped with an M-LOK rail system with an integrated sound amplifier. The modular rail attachment points allow for easy accessory integration from essential CQB add-ons like foregrips and flashlights. Boasting the G&G Electronic Trigger and MOSFET for programmable firing options, the ARP 556 is undoubtedly a top-tier airsoft weapon of choice.
Manufacturer: G&G Armament
FPS (Feet Per Second): 330-350 FPS
Overall Length: 19.7" - 23.2" (500mm - 590mm, Adjustable)
Product Weight: 5.18lbs (2350g)
Inner Barrel Length: ~5.9" (150mm)
Barrel Thread Spec: 14mm Negative
Included Magazine Capacity: 350-round hi-cap magazine. Compatible with most M4 series AEG magazines
Gearbox Version: Full Metal V2 Upgradeable Gearbox
Firing Modes: Semi/Full-Auto, Safety, w/ programmable 3-round burst
Recommended Battery: 7.4V Small Butterfly Type recommended (Wired to buffer tube with small Tamiya connector) * Battery not included
Package Includes: Gun, Magazine, Manual
More About G&G Armament and Why We Carry Them:
For more than 30 years, G&G has been one of the top-name brands in the airsoft industry. Based in Taiwan, G&G manufactures airsoft guns, parts, and accessories. Their large collection of high-quality electric airsoft guns (AEGs) is known for their reliability.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
What's the difference between ARP 556 and ARP 9?
The main difference between the ARP 556 and ARP 9 is the magazine compatibility and build material. The ARP 556 is compatible with M4 magazines and boasts a full-metal construction, while the ARP 9 is designed for 9mm-style magazines and features a polymer frame. Both are excellent choices for CQB scenarios.
Is the ARP 556 a good airsoft gun?
Yes, the ARP 556 is a fantastic airsoft gun, specifically designed for close-quarters battles. Its compact size, full-metal construction, and features such as the M-LOK rail system, MOSFET, electronic trigger unit, and M4 magazine compatibility make it a force to be reckoned with.
What does the "556" mean?
The term "556" refers to the ammunition caliber for real firearms. Specifically, it is a shorthand reference to the NATO 5.56×45mm cartridge, commonly used in assault rifles and other military firearms. In the context of the ARP 556, it is simply a part of the product name and does not indicate any particular caliber or ammunition compatibility for this airsoft rifle.