G&G M1 Garand ETU
The M1 Garand was a replacement for the M1903 Springfield bolt action rifle, and was put into service from 1936 until 1958, where it was superseded by the M14 Select Fire Rifle. The G&G M1 Garand ETU is an Airsoft AEG Gun made with real wood furniture. It is beautifully stained to closely match the finish of the original rifle, and features alloy construction for the outer barrel assembly, receiver and other fire controls / trim.
G&G M1 Garand ETU: Amazing battle Rifle
Just like the real-world Rifle, this battle rifle is locked to semi-automatic, but takes a 20rnd low cap Airsoft Magazine of BBs instead of being top loaded with .30-06 caliber rounds. A rotary hop unit sits on the 510mm inner barrel, which can be used to apply backspin to your BBs, keeping them in the air for longer. The HOP unit is adjusted by pulling back the charging handle and turning the rotary dial underneath. The iron sights on the rifle can be adjusted to ensure that they are accurate to your BB impacts.
The rear sight is adjusted by pulling out the adjustment wheels, and turning them to make changes. The front sight needs the grub screw loosening and then the entire sight post moving to adjust for windage (left/right). The magazine is loaded using a speedloader to force Airsoft BBs in. It is then installed in the gun to get it firing. To remove the magazine, press the spring loaded release on the side of the receiver and pull the magazine out.
Features Of The G&G M1 Garand ETU
- M1 Garand Replica
- Real Wood Furniture
- Electronic Trigger Unit
- G&G 3.0 MOSFET
- 11.1v LiPo Ready
- Rotary HOP Unit
- Rear Wired / Mini Tamiya
- Alloy Receiver / Outer Barrel
- 20rnd Low Cap Magazine
G&G M1 Garand ETU: Battery Compartment
The stock of the gun is where your Airsoft Battery should be installed, and ideally wants an 11.1v LiPo for best performance. To access the battery compartment, simply open the hinged door at the back of the stock. Inside you will find a Mini Tamiya connector and the 3.0 MOSFET which provides a snappier trigger response than standard, allows the use of 11.1v LiPo batteries and also stops the rifle from firing when the detected voltage is too low (which is why an 11.1v LiPo is a must).
If you’re looking for a solid and reliable piece of history that has been lovingly recreated with real wood and is cram-packed with G&G’s ETU and MOSFET for awesome performance, then the G&G M1 Garand ETU is a solid choice.