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Krytac Trident M4 CRB
Krytac Trident M4 CRB


 
List Price: $406.25
Our Price: $325.00
Savings: $81.25

Product Code: KTAEG-TRCRB-BK01

Description
 
The Trident CRB is a versatile carbine length rifle that can be used effectively in close quarters battle and wide open outdoor engagements. The Trident CRB utilizes a 10.5” barrel and 10” free floating, DEFIANCE TR110, keymod hand guard. The DEFIANCE hand guard features three prongs at the front that can be used to brace the gun against barricades, eliminating the need for an aftermarket barricade stop rail accessory. The aluminum receivers feature a stamped KRYTAC logo and a dull matte black finish. Additional features include an ambidextrous fire selector and a locking bolt that provides easy access to the KRYTAC rotary hop-up system. The KRYTAC rotary hop-up has 15 adjustment settings and a numbered adjustment wheel for a quick reference point to determine how much hop is needed. The KRYTAC adjustable crane stock features two different battery configurations, nunchuck style batteries can fit in the tubes or a small lithium polymer brick battery can fit at the rear of the stock in front of the buttpad. A third battery option for the Trident CRB is a stick battery in the buffer tube. The stock also features two QD sling swivel divots as well as a loop for strap type sling attachments. The Trident CRB features the latest in shooting sports technology and it has the internals to back them up.

Specs:

-Muzzle Velocity: 380-390 FPS
-Magazine Capacity: 300rds
-Package Includes: Gun, Magazine, Iron Sights

Features:

-Aluminum Alloy Receivers
-8mm Ball Bearings
-Easy Change Spring System
-Ambidextrous Fire Selector
-Cylinder Head w/ Sorbothane Pad
-Spring Tension Release On Safe
-Integrated MOSFET System
-Locking Bolt and Bolt Release
-Adjustable Locking Rotary Hop-Up
-Defiance TR110 Rail System

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