CA105M-DE CA110 ARS2 Dark Earth 13" Keymod Full Metal AEG
The CA110 ARS2 is a SR25 type designated marksman rifle with a 13" free float keymod rail and an 14.5" outer barrel. The monolithic profile rail system has a standard picatinny configuration on the top, allowing for fitting of standard railed mounted scopes. It also comes with a 9 slot keymod rail adapter. The gun features an ergonomic grip, flip up front and rear sights, and a retractable crane stock, and a sling adaptor plate. This gun comes individually serial numbered and comes with 2x 470rd metal high capacity magazines.
Internally, the gun has a 9mm bearing gearbox, wire cut steel 21:1 ratio gears, inline mosfet protected trigger contacts, metal spring guide with bearing, 6.03mm tightbore barrel, silver low resistance trigger wiring, and a quick change spring system. The wiring utilizes a low heat deans plug and comes with an adapter for tamiya connector batteries. This gun is lipo-ready right out of the box. It will shoot 375-400 fps using 0.20g BBs and 800-900 rpm using a 9.6V battery. The quick change spring system allows for fast and easy spring changes without having to go into the gearbox.
90 day warranty.
|Overall Length||705mm-800mm (Adjustable Stock)|
|Inner Barrel Length||510mm|
|Inner Barrel Diameter||6.03mm|
|Piston Material||Heat Treated Polymer|
|Spring Guide||Metal Spring Guide with Bearing|
|Gearbox||9mm Bearing Metal Gearbox with Quick Change Spring System|
|Gearset||Wire Cut, Steel 21:1 gear ratio|
|Trigger||High Heat Tolerant with Inline Mosfet|
|Rate of Fire||800-900 rpm with 9.6V battery|
|Velocity||375-400 fps with 0.20g BBs|
The SR-25 (Stoner Rifle-25) is a semi-automatic special application sniper rifle designed by Eugene Stoner.
The SR-25 uses a rotating bolt and a direct impingement gas system. It is loosely based on Stoner's AR-10, rebuilt in its original 7.62×51mm NATO caliber. Up to 60% of parts of the SR-25 are interchangeable with the AR-15 and M16—everything but the upper and lower receivers, the hammer, the barrel assembly and the bolt carrier group. SR-25 barrels were originally manufactured by Remington Arms with its 5R (5 grooves, right twist) rifling, with twist 1:11.25 (1 complete turn in 11.25 inches or 286 millimetres). The heavy 24 in (610 mm) barrel is free-floating, so handguards are attached to the front of the receiver and do not touch the barrel.
First military purchase was spearheaded by the U.S. Navy in the early 1990s; the first operational deployment and use of the SR-25 sniper rifle was with U.S. Navy SEAL snipers supporting operations in Somalia in 1993.
In the late 1950s, Eugene Stoner designed the AR-10 battle rifle to equip U.S. troops. Although it was accurate for an auto-loading rifle, it lost the competition to the M14 rifle. When the AR-15 was created, patent rights for it, and the AR-10, were sold to Colt's Manufacturing Company. Colt focused on the AR-15, giving others the ability to capitalize on the AR-10 system.
In the early 1990s, Stoner continued his AR-10 design work and joined it with the direct gas system of the AR-15. The end result was the SR-25 (adding together the numbers of the AR-10 and AR-15), which improved the AR-10 design with M16A2 advancements and parts commonality. The original SR-25, released in the early 1990s, had a heavy free-floating 24 in (610 mm) match grade barrel with a fiberglass handguard. It had a flat top upper receiver with a Mil-Std 1913 rail for mounting optics and a 2-stage match grade trigger. The bolt carrier was similar to the AR-10's, being chrome plated and having a captive firing pin retainer pin. The SR-25 was designed specifically to fire 168 gr (10.9 g) open-tip match cartridges. Accuracy was guaranteed at or under 1 minute of angle. At first AR-10 type 20-round magazines were used, but they were later replaced by steel 20-round M16-style magazines.
The United States Special Operations Command took interest in the SR-25, particularly its high magazine capacity and faster engagement time compared to bolt-action rifles. After some modifications, SOCOM adopted the SR-25 as the Mk 11 Mod 0 in May 2000. Changes included a shorter 20 in (510 mm) barrel that could fire M118 and M118LR 7.62×51mm NATO rounds and had a quick detachable sound suppressor mount. An 11.35 in (288 mm) free-floating handguard rail system allowed for mounting accessories. Flip-up front sights and adjustable back-up iron sights were added, and an M16A2 stock and pistol grip were used.
Beginning in mid-2011, SOCOM began divesting the Mk 11 Mod 0 from their inventory and replacing it with the SSR Mk 20, the sniper variant of the FN SCAR. The Mk 11 is to be completely replaced by 2017.