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WE L85 (GBB)

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Product Code: GUNT0362
Weight: 4,040 g
Length: 795 mm
Capacity: 30 rds
Power: 420 fps (1.62 Joules)
Power Source: Green Gas / Top Gas
Blowback: YES
Shooting Mode: Semi Auto / Full Auto
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Unit Price: USD$394.99

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Internationally recognized by its NATO standardized name, the L85 is a bullpup assault rifle originating from Great Britain; in its native armed forces, the British refer to its original moniker, the SA80.

Based on the older EM-1 and EM-2 rifles, the L85s design process dates back from the 1970s up to the 80s making it one of the worlds older bullpup standard issue military rifles (the FAMAS being older). Its striking appearance by 70s standards made it look space age even in the 80s when it came into service. Its unique look makes it a go to choice for Hollywood movies looking for exotic weapons.

Love it or hate it the L85 is a distinctive weapon with a distinctive history, a distinctive reputation and a distinctive look making it a distinctively British forces icon. Over the years the L85 has a few Airsoft replicas made but few and far between. Most notably, with the current tread of gas blowback rifles making a return, there has been no gas blowback L85 until WE had their turn.

Their replica follows the L85A1 layout with the larger charging handle, same safety button (compared to the original) and it feeds from WE GBB M4 real cap magazines. It clocks in at around 400-450 FPS / 1.5 - 1.8j with 0.2g BBs with a very decent rate of fire (but averages around about 420 FPS / 1.6j). Like many other newer GBB rifles the system uses a full bolt system with an open chamber (no brass tube). So it does not just look good and feel good but it also performs realistically and shoots like the best of them.

This GBBR L85 runs on the WE 30rd Magazine for M4 / SCAR Magazine (OPEN BOLT Version) {MAGAZINE1197}.