The FA-MAS being adopted by the French army in 1979 is a bullpup type rifle which has the magazine joint at the rear of the trigger and has a nickname of trumpet because of its unique appearance. Although the overall length is shorter than the conventional rifles, the barrel length is the same, permitting high target hitting ratio. It has an extremely high full auto firing speed of 1,000 bullets per minute, which is a unique feature of the FA-MAS, not comparable with any other models.
The Tokyo Marui has released two types, those are, the FA-MAS 5.56 F1 which is now used by French navy and army and the FA-MAS Super Version (G1) which has a uniquely shaped, large-sized trigger guard. These models have long barrels as in the case of the real rifle. The built-in variable hop-up system surely ensures a long shooting range and high target hitting point. Futhermore, a high-torque motor is adopted for the FA-MAS 5.56 F1, achieving firing of more bullets per battery charging, making it an ideal game tool.
Barrel Length: 488mm
Magazine: 60 rds
Power: 285 FPS
Firing Mode: Semi, Full Auto
Battery Size: Large Type 8.4v Battery
Package includes: ( AEG, Manual, Magazine, Loader, Cleaning Rod, 200 pcs 0.25 BB's )
(Not Including Battery and Charger)