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HK 416 .AIR RIFLE
Bring your BB plinking game up a level with the right rifle. The HK 416 .177 caliber BB is a high-quality carbine perfect for this role. This officially licensed BB blaster is powered by easy-to-find 12 gram CO2 and has a drop-free magazine that holds 500 BBs in its main reservoir and 36 BBs in the feeding portion. Reloads are fast and CO2 changes are very easy with this system. The HK 416 BB carbine is loaded with plenty of Picatinny Rails for the attachment of optics and accessories.
- HK 416 Design
- Quad Rail
- Adjustable Stock
- Powered by two 12 gram CO2 Cartridges
- Single Shot or Six Shot Burst Mode
- 500 BB Reservoir
- 36 Shot Feed Magazine
- Picatinny Rail for Optics
- Flip-Up Sights Included
|AMMUNITION||4.5 (.177) BB|
|POWER SOURCE||2 X CO2|
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