Years ago Arclight did a review on the Inokatsu M4 GBBR stating that it was so real that it could fool Private Military Contractors. While that could be true, if you do remember that gun also costed you an arm and a leg.
After many a requests, what does Inokatsu do to rectify this issue? They come out with a CQB version that should be able to appeal to the masses.
Looks wise, its an M4, and a very standard one at that. It features an A2 bird cage flash hider up front and the signature triangle front sight. Inside the outer barrel is a 260mm inner barrel and finishing up front are the standard quad rails.
The upper and lower receivers deserve a bit of note since they are made in the same manufacturing processes as the real guns being forged & CNC. This top notch manufacturing process makes the gun as real as possible AND it even comes with its own unique serial code! The gun is fully licensed and features all the correct markings as well, so if that matters to you, fear not, they are here.
On the lower receiver you will find the same controls seen on any standard AR patterned rifles and they are not ambidextrous. Towards the rear of the gun is a standard A2 pistol grip and a 5 position adjustable stock. Do note that the gun does not come with rear sights.
Being a GBBR that touts its realism, its time to disassemble this gun. You can start the process by pushing out he rear pin. After that you tilt the gun forward, pull back the charging handle to remove the bolt and charging handle. You can then push out the front pin to remove the upper receiver. Remove the buffer and buffer spring by pressing down the capture pin and twist the buffer to allow both to slide out.
Now here’s the point where I give a final conclusion of my thoughts on the gun: For a GBBR M4 I think this gun can keep up with some of the other ones out there on the market. Not to mention it also has great fit and finish. Where is the negative?
The only down side to this gun is pricing. While by no stretch of the imagination is this gun "cheap" compared to others in its class, BUT I would also say its not “expensive” as well. For a high quality gun like this, taking into account any possible upgrades you may add to other guns, just might land you at a similar price range as this one . I know my personal M4 has come out to be much more expensive than this.
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