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For Right Handed
The Silverback SRS-A1 16” Covert is a fully licensed version of the Desert Tech Scout Recon Stealth A1 bullpup sniper rifle.
Monolithic receiver: CNC 6061 T5 aluminium, a massive piece, over one kilogram, featuring the quick change attachment system patented by Desert Tech LLC. Each receiver has a unique CNC engraved serial number.
Outer barrel made by CNC, 6061 T6 aluminium, deep fluting, with an inner diameter of 8.56 mm eliminating the necessity of barrel spacers. The airsoft SRS-A1 16” is equipped with a 6.05 x 420 mm (AEG type) brass inner barrel and thread protector (fixed on a 14 CCW airsoft standard barrel thread).
Two way aluminium hop up unit, directly attached to the quick change barrel assembly, allowing barrel switch in seconds while keeping your hop up setting. Hop up setting is done by two screws on top of the rifle, through the receiver, with the provided key, without removing the barrel, the magazine or the optic. Hopup rubber is AEG type.
Railed handguard: CNC 6061 T5 aluminium and fiber reinforced nylon additional rails (3 pieces included). Rail system is attached to the receiver via a sturdy 38x2mm thread.
Rifle stock is made of fiber reinforced nylon
Fiber reinforced nylon buttpad extension (2 pieces included).
Steel magazine, with reinforced nylon internal, 30 rounds capacity.
Monopod, accurate replica of the Desert Tech LLC patented monopod, CNC 6061 aluminium.
CNC aluminium trigger, with position and preload adjustment.
No injection molding metal parts, no zinc alloy, all screws are in 10.9 steel.
The SRS A1 16” Covert version has an minimum overall length of 675/699 mm, and a minimum weight of 2.97/3.17 Kg depending the versions (please refer the chart page 29 of the user manual).
Absolutely gorgeous rifle. Not as heavy as I expected it to be and very silent when fitted with a suppressor. Only thing I can hear is the piston when I pull the trigger. Externals feel high quality and the internals are great for a stock rifle. The hop up takes a lot of work to fine tune but performs incredibly well. Only downsides I've noticed so far is that the bolt assembly cannot be covered entirely to protect from dirt and that the stock hop can take a while to set up. I'd certainly recommend this rifle to anyone looking for something that performs great out of the box and looks different!
Absolutely love the gun still
Trying to get my head around the hop up but that's all in the fun thumbs up from me
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