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Tokyo Marui FN5-7 with 3 Magazines. (SOLD)


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Sean Gale

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  • Guns: Tokyo Marui FN5-7.
    Tokyo Marui AUG Civi.


  • Loadouts: US Marine NYCO Woodland Marpat.
Hello there,
First of all, sadly due to my team going to vietnam weaponry I am obligated to sell my current weapons/camouflage and go onto the vietnam scenario.

Anyhow, I am selling my Tokyo Marui FN 5-7 with 3 added magazines for 120 including postage as it's been skirmished a few times.

It fires between 230-240FPS with 134A gas which is what I've used all the time to keep the gun in good nick (with the occasional 134A maintenance gas) to keep everything on its top form. It also comes with a black, colt pistol holster which fits very snug.
I wouldn't recommend using propane with this pistol as it has a plastic slide and can blow a hole straight through it but using propane achieves 450FPS according to several websites.

The Tokyo Marui FN 5-7 is well known for being accurate and consistant as well as being a very good looking pistol, it weights in at 744 grams and is very easy to use, everyone who has fired my 5-7 has said the same thing "a very crisp kick".

Pictures are as below:

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Lastly, I'll fire a few rounds in front of both my team leader and the site owner to prove the pistol is in a fine working order, once it's been shipped no refunds as it may already be spent on a new pistol.

Thanks for reading through and if you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask me.




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