Anton Mihaylov

Anton Mihaylov

Anton Mihaylov
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My Airsoft Gun :P  You mad bro?   So this is what my gun looks like at the moment. I don't need to do anything from here on in with the look, and the internals besides clean the barrel and such.   But I'm really happy with it. It's an Echo 1 Troy M4 with a vertical grip, G&P Holo Sight, and a 180mm suppressor. Not only is it perfect for indoors and outdoors, it's ROF is pretty solid firing 16 bb's a second.   Enjoy :)

My Airsoft Gun :P You mad bro? So this is what my gun looks like at the moment. I don't need to do anything from here on in with the look, and the internals besides clean the barrel and such. But I'm really happy with it. It's an Echo 1 Troy M4 with a vertical grip, G&P Holo Sight, and a 180mm suppressor. Not only is it perfect for indoors and outdoors, it's ROF is pretty solid firing 16 bb's a second. Enjoy :)

HK 416 - with a low light dustproof 100yd- Leopold scope, anit- seige muzzle suppressor, with a fast mag chamber , and shoulder shock stock..what!?.. you need a demonstration...Hold my apple .....I'm a bad Kitty

HK 416 - with a low light dustproof Leopold scope, anit- seige muzzle suppressor, with a fast mag chamber , and shoulder shock stock. you need a demonstration.Hold my apple .I'm a bad Kitty

MDR rifle is a product of the US-based company Desert Tech LLC (Deserttech, former Desert Tactical Arms). MDR rifle was first displayed to the public at ShotShow-2014, and is scheduled to enter production in 2015. It is intended primary to arm various Special Operations elements of Law Enforcement and Military forces, as its basic version is a select-fire weapon. A semi-automatic only version of the MDR is also planned for civilian sales.

MDR rifle is a product of the US-based company Desert Tech LLC (Deserttech, former Desert Tactical Arms). MDR rifle was first displayed to the public at ShotShow-2014, and is scheduled to enter production in 2015. It is intended primary to arm various Special Operations elements of Law Enforcement and Military forces, as its basic version is a select-fire weapon. A semi-automatic only version of the MDR is also planned for civilian sales.