Review: G&P M4 with URX body kit
Based in Hong Kong, G&P has a long history of creating beautiful and bad-ass MilSim and training designs. Their main purpose is to provide airsofters everywhere with high-end models and to never sacrifice quality over cost.
Following this philosophy each G&P AEG is assembled by hand and fine-tuned by experienced technicians. Their collection is not limited to just AEGs, they also produce Spring shotguns and gas platforms, so anyone interested has a wide assortment to choose from.
G&P is a firm believer in CNC precision machining and real-steel coating, which is why most of their products look and feel like real weapons. Overall, G&P is the go-to brand when you want a reliable close or medium-range weapon.
Platform: The G&P aeg075 that I am reviewing is a standard m4 replica with an URX body kit so it is compatible with most m4 magazine brands. It runs a standard v2 8mm Bearing Gearbox so enough upgrade parts are available.
First impression: When I held this replica for the first time it felt very solid and reliable. Full metal body with some nice extra features, the urx kit. For me personally the ball grip design on the magazine and pistol grip made the difference for me. It gives an extra cool look to this aeg.
Field test: Out of the box it shoots decent. Bb’s fly straight with a good range. In woodland environment this aeg gave me the feeling that it missed a bit of power. I had a new hopup system with flat hop, barrel, cylinder, piston, nozzle, mosfet installed at airsoftshop.be. After the upgrades the replica performed way better. The range improved alot.
A Good thing to mention is that none of these components had signs of wear on them after 1,5 -2 years of use, so if you’re planning on running it stock, that’s no problem at all.
- Good & Cool solid metal body
- Good quality of internals
- Reliable starting replica
- Needs upgrades to improve its range and precision
- magazines cost 18€ if you want to follow the ball grip patern
This replica was a perfect match for me as a starting airsoft player. With a medium budget I could start straight away and save up to do major upgrades after 1,5 years. This m4 replica didn’t let me down at all. In 2 years it only had one problem which was the mosfet that failed.
– MOTS Metal Body (Black)
– URX III RAS (Short)
– 11″ Heat Sink Outer Barrel
– URX Flashider (Clockwise)
– 130 rds Mid-Cap Magazine (Black)
– Flash QD Flip Up Sight
– Military 600m Flip Up Rear Sight
– Crane Type Buttstock (Black)
– URX III Rail Cover x 2
– URX III Finger Stop x 1
-7.2v or 8.4v Battery
-G&P M120 Hi-Speed
-Inner Barrel Length: 11″ / 290mm
– V2 8mm Bearing Gearbox
-Material: Metal & ABS
-Length: 695mm / 775mm
-Magazine Capacity: 130