Rare Arms 5.56 Dummy Shells 30pcs

Rare Arms
Code: S-SH-002
£13.99
  • Realistic looking shells
  • 1 BB per shell
  • Pack of 30pcs

If you are lucky enough to own a Rare Arms AR15 GBBR we know you are going to want to shoot it, lots! To facilitate this, Rare arms have released handy 30 packs of replacement 5.56 shells, realistically finished in brass colouring but made from polymer, so ejecting them across the room won't end up hurting anyone!

The polymer shells for these rifles are stated to be "disposable" by the manufacturer. They will likely last more than one use but they are not designed to be used forever and will need replacing after a certain number of cycles. This has been done to avoid the rifle's ejector and bolt being damaged with use, as they would be from metal shells. 

Full description

Description

Features 

  • Pack of 30
  • "Disposable" shells - Will last a set number of cycles to avoid damage to the rifle
  • Realistic Brass colouration
  • Compatible with Rare Arms AR15 30 round magazine
  • They look great stationery and when flying!

Package Includes

  • Rare Arms 5.56 Dummy Shells x30

Specification

General

Colour Wheel Greyscale
Item Colour
Brass
Construction Icon
Construction
Polymer
Product Height
Approx. 0.9cm
Product Length
Approx. 4.2cm
Product Width
Approx. 0.9cm
Weight KG Icon
Weight (KG)
Approx. 0.082kg

Magazine Specific

Magazine Style Icon
Magazine Style
STANAG, Long Gun Magazine, Assault Rifle, M4 / AR Platform, Rare Arms Shell Ejecting STANAG magazine, Shells for Rare Arms Shell ejecting AR15 magazine,
Weapon Platform
AR Platform, Long Gun, Assault Rifle, Rare Arms Shell ejecting AR15 CO2 GBBR,
Magazine Type
  • Real Capacity
  • Rare Arms AR15 5.56 shell
Magazine BB Capacity
Approx. 1 Rounds
Magazine BB Fill Location
Front
Magazine BB Fill Method
Other

Further Information

The polymer shells for these rifles are stated to be "disposable" by the manufacturer. They will likely last more than one use but they are not designed to be used forever and will need replacing after a certain number of cycles. This has been done to avoid the rifle's ejector and bolt being damaged with use, as they would be from metal shells. 

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