MK13 Mod 7 History
Mk13 Mod 7 is a bolt-action rifle designed for the U.S. Marine Corps to replace the M40A6 rifle during the Vietnam War. It uses .300 win caliber ammunition. It was put into use in the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force in 2018 and gained full combat capability in the second quarter of 2019. It is more accurate and has higher range than the M40A6, with a range of 1,300 meters but the M40A6 is still being used for sniper trainings.
· 1:1 Full size
· Authorized by England Accuracy International, AI gun factory.
· Real long-range bolt body, simulated bolt screw groove, 20MOA scope mount, foldable buttstock, key slot QD rail system, adjustable cheek pads, 3 sets QD strap loop.
· The outer barrel group is implemented to avoid resonance.
· Steel flash hider, can be used with quick-release silencer.
· Patented vertical downward pressure integrated aluminum composite cnc hopup base, enlarged pressure point window, can replace two large and small pressure points, to match different initial velocity and bomb weight, and can be adjusted up and down in two steps.
· Steel cylinder, CNC 90 degree piston, stainless steel rod, use 13mm piano wire spring, easy to push and pull.
· 90 degree steel trigger group.
· Front-mounted hidden magazine slot.
· 50 rounds magazine.
· The internal parts of the gun fully comply with VSR10 specifications.