The Minimi (short for French: Mini Mitrailleuse; "mini machine gun") is a Belgian 5.56mm light machine gun developed by Fabrique Nationale (FN) in Herstal by Ernest Vervier. First introduced in 1974, it has entered service with the armed forces of over thirty countries. The weapon is currently manufactured at the FN facility in Herstal and their US subsidiary FN Manufacturing LLC, as well as being licence-built in Australia, Italy, Japan, Sweden and Greece. The Minimi is a light machine gun firing from an open bolt. The weapon is primarily chambered for 5.56x45mm NATO, though a 7.62x51mm NATO variant exists. It is an air-cooled weapon, capable of fully automatic fire only. It can be belt fed or fired from a magazine.
The Minimi is configured in several variants, the Standard model as a platoon or squad support weapon, the Para version for paratroopers and the Vehicle model as secondary armament for fighting vehicles.
GF46 RS machine gun replica
The airsoft gun is mostly made of metal. The pistol grip, box magazine, adjustable stock and the tactical foregrip are made of ABS. The rest of the airsoft gun, including the body and hand guard with a set of six 22mm RIS rails is also made of ABS. The stock has a five position adjustment. The stock adjustment is operated by a button that is located on the back of the butt stock.
The tactical handgrip, which is included in the set, facilitates operating the airsoft gun. The magazine’s capacity is 3000 BBs. The BBs are loaded by a feeder attached to the magazine well from the left side of the airsoft gun.
The airsoft gun, unlike the base version, has a set of 22mm RIS rails mounted on it. Two top rails, four side rails and one at the bottom allow mounting additional accessories, e.g. a tactical hand grip, which is included in the set with the airsoft gun. The battery fits in the hand guard.
The airsoft gun has a detachable front sight, an adjustable for windage and elevation rear sight, and a folding bipod. The bipod can be adjusted in height.
The set includes:
- the airsoft gun
- a magazine
- a RIS mounted tactical front grip
Replika karabinu maszynowego GF46 RS
It is the spped of bb, while its leaving the innerbarrel of replica. This speed is measured in FPS (Feet Per Second).
1 FPS = 0,3 m/s
1 J = 99 m/s
1 J = 326,7 FPS
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Indications v2, v3, v6 does not mean the level of advance, but only shape of gearbox skeleton which was used and selected by the manufacturer depending on the capabilities of the body of the replica. For example, a models of the M4/M16 family, MP5, have a v2 gearbox, while the AK family have gearbox v3.
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Metal + plastic
The length of the replca is measured between the two most distant points of each other. Different models have several of these values, because of its design allows to increase or decrease it length (eg. folding stock or extended flash hider).
850 - 925
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This is a value that includes the weight of the replica, magazine and other accessories that are include in set without a battery, charger, cleaning rod, etc., etc.
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Hop-Up system is used for overclocking bb during the shot (putting it in rotation), through which, it extends its flight path. Acting laws of physics make that bb lift up, while the gravitational force take it down. Appropriate adjustment of Hop-Up, will compensate for these two factors, which result in long and straight flight for longer distance and be greater focus shot (to improve accuracy).
Blow back is a simulation system of the cocking lever - it imitates the work of it as the equivalent sharp. This system raises the realism and adds a lot more experience during shooting.