VFC KAC M110 SASS GBB Rifle
THIS ITEM CANNOT BE SHIPPED TO USA !
VFC M110 SASS GBB Product Features:
- The body and handguard are engraved KAC authorization marking.
- Patented externally adjustable Hop design, excellent ballistic stability.
- Simulation 7.62mm model fireproof cap, front barrel, dust cover, gas steel pipe seat.
- Bilateral magazine release button, bilateral shooting selection button.
- Simulation style trigger, steel fire control group.
- Adjustable buttstock bottom plate.
- Realistic magazine, steel magazine base plate, switchable bomb-free air strike
- High-speed weighting buffer machine.
- KAC realistic modeling gun unit.
- High ductility plastic push nozzle assembly.
- Full CNC M110 style URX 13.5 inch front handguard.
- Special gun handle.
- CNC aluminum alloy upper and lower receiver.
The M110 Semi Auto-Automatic Sniper System is intended to replace the M24 Sniper Weapon System used by snipers, spotters, designated marksman, or squad advanced marksmen in the United States Army. However, the U.S. Army still acquired M24s from Remington until February 2010. After witnessing the effects of USSOCOM snipers and extensive after-action reports from SOF snipers throughout the Iraqi theater of operations, the U.S. Army ran a competition involving several designs, including rifles from Knight's Armament Company, Remington, and DPMS Panther Arms. On September 28, 2005, the Knight's Armament Co. rifle won the competition and was selected to be the supplier of the M110 Semi Auto-Automatic Sniper System. The XM110 underwent final operational testing in May and June 2007 at Fort Drum, New York by a mix of Special Forces troops and Sniper trained soldiers from the 10th Mountain Division. In April 2008, U.S. Army soldiers from Task Force Fury in Afghanistan were the first in a combat zone to receive the M110. The troops rated the weapon very highly, noting the quality of the weapon and its semi-automatic capabilities compared to the bolt-action M24. The United States Marine Corps will also be adopting the M110 to replace some M39 and all Mk 11 as a complement to the M40A5. It is manufactured by Knight's Armament Company in Titusville, Florida, though the complete system incorporates a Leupold 3.5–10× variable power daytime optic, Harris swivel bipod, AN/PVS-26 or AN/PVS-10 night sight and PALs magazine pouches of yet unpublished origin. The rifle has ambidextrous features such as a double-sided magazine release, safety selector switch, and bolt catch.