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Monday, September 30th, 2013

RM4-2-sideLeft-WM2 (Large)

The PTS RM4 ERG series represents the continued evolution of the AEG. The guns feature a mechanical/electrical cut-off with the last round fired, functional bolt release, and simulated recoil via the proprietary Kinetic Feedback System.

The included ERG PMAG is specifically designed to work with the auto cut-off system, and can be adjusted for either a 60 or 30 round capacity for added realism. Standard AEG magazines are also compatible with the RM4 ERG guns, although the auto cut-off feature won’t be active with these.

Further adding to the realism of the RM4 ERG series, the guns sport an all metal billet-style AR-15 receiver, flip-up rear PTS MBUS, fixed front sight post, PTS MOE handguard, PTS MOE pistol grip, and PTS MOE Stock.

The model seen in the images, and currently available, is the Scout; a CQB variant will be released at a later date.



Magpul PTS – PDR-C AEG

Thursday, January 31st, 2013

Magpul PTS - PDR-C

The PDR-C AEG will soon be released as part of the Magpul PTS line. It’s constructed from reinforced polymer and features a custom hybrid gearbox with 8mm bearings, and a muzzle velocity of 350 FPS with the use of 0.2g 6mm BBs. For logistical reasons, the PDR-C AEG is designed for use with both PTS AEG PMAGs and AEG NATO-standard USGI-style magazines. Other specifications include a length of 18~20″, a weight of 3~4 lbs., three fire modes (safe/semi/full auto), front-wired Tamiya mini type plug (no battery included – 8.4V suggested), 11.5″ carbine barrel, M1913A Spec picatinny top rail, fully ambidextrous design, integrated light option, and single point sling mount.


New Magpul PTS CIBoys

Wednesday, September 5th, 2012

Seen above are Bag Man, Dr. Drake, Pink Fluffy Bunny, and White Bunny, the four new CIBoys created through a collaborative effort between Magpul PTS and Mad Rabbit Studio, a Taiwan based creative design house. The four CIBoys are inspired by Magpul Industries and as such feature the Magpul logo somewhere on their design. No word on pricing and availability at the moment. Also, I’ll be damned if Pink Fluffy Bunny doesn’t look like an unholy union of Frank the Bunny from Donnie Darko and the Trollface of internet fame, but with a red suit.

Hat Tip: magpul-pts.com