LCT HK33 AEG Rifle (LK33A2 Carbine Replica)
The LCT HK33 Rifle (LK33A2 Carbine Replica) is an incredibly realistic Airsoft AEG Gun, powered by a battery in the stock. Constructed from a mixture of nylon fibre, aluminium, alloy and steel, it comes to a very dense 4.46kg which will put a huge smile on your face the first time you pick it up out of the box. This medium-length battle rifle is best suited to outdoor play, but has a very quick trigger response which could make it very potent Indoors/CQB also.
LCT HK33 AEG Rifle (LK33A2): Makes You Feel Like Arnold
This LCT Gun features a 14mm CCW thread at the end of the barrel, which can be used to install suppressors, tracer units and other muzzle devices, if you feel the rifle isn’t long enough already! This is accessed by unscrewing the flash hider, which may be a little tough to unscrew at first thanks to the retention pin on the flash hider. The handguard is a traditional design in keeping with the laws of old-school cool, but does feature a functional charging handle that will operate the mock bolt, allow access to the HOP Unit, and otherwise make you feel like Arnold Schwarzenegger when you use it.
The receiver features highly distinctive controls, which include an ergonomic pistol grip and a large fire selector lever, offering safe, semi and full auto fire modes. The magazine release is a paddle design which can be operated from either side of the gun, making this a relatively friendly platform for ambidextrous users. The top of the receiver has a set of rotary iron sights on top, but can also accept an aftermarket adapter to install a 20mm rail on top.
Specifications Of The LCT HK33 AEG Rifle (LK33A2)
- Airsoft Electric Gun
- Extremely Realistic
- Very Heavyweight Replica
- Aluminium, Alloy & Steel
- Nylon Fibre Polymers
- 14mm CCW Threaded Barrel
- Ambidextrous Paddle Mag Release
- Ergonomic Pistol Grip
LCT HK33 AEG Rifle (LK33A2): Internally, Impressive As It Is Externally
Internally, the LCT LK33A2 is as impressive as it is externally, with a wealth of parts that would be considered a major upgrade out of the box over a typical Airsoft Gun. The gearbox is a Version 2 design on 9mm bearings, that features steel gears, steel spring guide w/ bearings, aluminium CNC piston & cylinder head, as well as a high torque motor.
The gun has a rotary HOP unit which can be used to achieve a better flight path from your Airsoft BB by applying backspin as it leaves the barrel. To access this, pull back the charging handle and look behind the mock bolt to see the rotary dial. This is best set on the day, at the site you plan to play at, by shooting somewhere where you can observe the BBs, and making adjustments until you’re happy. These settings will depend on the BB weight used, conditions on the day, and the overall range you intend to achieve.