Black Glock Conversion Kit (Cybergun / Swiss Arms)

AC-CB603163
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€69.99 69.99

Kit de conversion pour Glock de couleur noire. Permets de transformer votre Glock en SMG / Pistolet mitrailleur

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Kit Cybergun Tactical Pistol Stock pour Glock Serie de couleur noir. Permets de transformer votre Glock en SMG
Fourni avec une poignée tactique

 

TPS tactical stock noir 603163 (nécessite un glock)
Canon externe en Metal
Crosse ajustable
Rail supérieur pour lunette
Rails latéraux
Grip avant repliable
Anneau de sangle
Compatible pour tous les modèles de Type Glock : KWA / KJW / MARUI / G23 / G17 / G18C / G19 / G26C / G32

 

Non compatible avec les modèles APS. Adaptateur non fourni  

Mark
Cybergun
Kind
Body / Airsoft Conversion Kit
GBB parts
Model
G17
G18

Cybergun is an airsoft brand founded by Jérôme Marsac and Vincent Bouvet. Before embarking on this activity in 1993, they developed models on the French market. The AIR SOFT GUNS® are replicas of dummy pistols that shoot 6 mm plastic balls. These harmless products are intended for a major audience and faithfully reproduce real firearms. The two contractors have licensed major defence brands such as Smith & Wesson®, COLT®, SIG SAUER®, DESERT EAGLE™, and many more, making them a world leader with a portfolio of over 20 exclusive licenses. 

In 1999, Cybergun goes public and is renowned for the occasion. The brand is very present in the American market, which represents 24.1% of its turnover in 2002. It also conquered new markets in Eastern Europe, signed licensing agreements with Japan and invested heavily in research and development through two revolutionary patents filed in 2003: BAX and CYCLONE. 

2004 marked the expansion of the American market with the opening of SOFTAIR DEPOT® stores and the acquisition of the SOFTAIR USA wholesaler. In 2007, Cybergun continued its growth with the acquisition of PALCO Marketing and in 2008, despite the global crisis, the group maintained its steady growth. 

In 2010, Cybergun signed a partnership agreement with JT SPORTS, a company recognized in the paint-ball market. It also acquires INOKATSU, a Taiwanese manufacturer specializing in high-end airsoft products. The brand continued its growth with the creation of the Military and Force Training Division, Spartan Military and Law Enforcement (M&LE), which is dedicated to the sale of replica weapons for the various armed forces in France and abroad. 

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