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M4 Carbine . M4 Carbine. Approx 2.5 feet long. 1500 pieces plus. Lots of features. . I am happy to present to you, the M4 Carbine! Being the weapon of choice for the US army, this has got to be one of the most famous guns out there. Picked for its versatility in combat, light weight, and tactical advantages, the M4 is definitely a weapon you want on your side. With a fire rate of 850-900 rpm, this thing can pack quite a punch. Ya can't go wrong with an M4 at your side. Although my model does not shoot, I tried to incorporate as many functioning details in it as I could. Here is a list: -field strippable -opening dust cover -removable magazine -mag release button -that-button-on-the-side-that-helps-with-chambering -adjustable stock -functioning rails -pull-back bolt -carrying handle -iron sights -moving safety VIDEO!!! The full view. It's longer than I thought it would be! Field strip. The meat and potatoes of the gun. All the gadgets are on this side, such as the forward assist button, and the ejection port. Oh yeah and the brass deflector. The carrying handle sights. The quad rail. This thing was soooo hard to build. the design was rather simple, but putting it together was maddening. If you pressed to hard on one side, it would cave in and explode. Once it's completely built, it holds itself together though. The ejection port/dust cover. AKA where the spent cartridge flies out. It opens to reveal the bolt... which can be pulled back. The magazine. The fake bullet. I love the pearl gold cap :) The other side of the gun. There's that-button-on-the-side-that-helps-with-chambering. Notice the knobs on the carrying handle. The stock extended. Stock depressed. By the way the stock locks into place. To unlock it, you push the pointy thing up, just like on the real thing. It was very difficult to get tension on that button. No carrying handle. Doesn't it look like a Commando? Alternate iron sight ADS of the sight flipped up. Rifle sight mode. ADS of the sight flipped down. Pistol sight mode, FPS view. I love this picture ;) One last look at the gun. Here's a photo of the real thing for reference. Thanks for viewing! Leave a comment, or simply rate it. All (constructive) feedback is appreciated!

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