- The m249 saw dart blaster has three fire modes to select, manual or semi auto or full automatic.
- With large ammo capacity, the machine gun nerf toy is a pressure reliever.
- The saw m249 lmg foam blaster package includes rich accessories like laser and magnifying scope, good for tactical nerf war.
- Use 3.8cm stefan short darts. Specifications:
Model: m249 saw
Color: blue white; red
Fire mode: manual ; semi; auto
Shooting range: up to 15m
Fire power: 60-70FPS
Rate of fire: 10-12RPS
Size: 90*32cm Package included:
1x saw m249 foam dart blaster
1x m249 lmg magazine
1x safety glasses
1x 7.4v lipo battery with usb charger
30x nerf darts
PERFECT GIFT FOR KIDS : M249 Nerf Gun Foam Blaster offers the same fun and exciting experience for kids as the actual fighting game. Let our kids burn all that extra energy and keep them away from electronics. This blasting toy will be the perfect gift for your child's birthday, Halloween and Christmas. FULLY AUTOMATIC, BATTERY-POWERED : Our toy gun comes with rechargeable batteries and a USB charging cable that is recognized for its performance and quality. Our unique design simulates real-world shooting and gives you an immersive feeling! SAFE SOFT BULLET : This safe soft bomb launcher is designed for children ages 8 and up and is ASTM tested and CPS IA third party lab certified. The toy gun uses soft foam bullets made of high quality EVA material that will not cause harm and is safe for children to shoot.
M249 Squad Automatic Weapon
Categories Army Equipment Army Weapons Infantry Weapons Machine Guns Marine Corps Equipment Marine Corps Weapons Weapons Manufacturer: FN Herstel
Services: USN, US Army, USMC, USAF
Weight: 18 lbs
Length: 40.74 in
Barrel length: 18 in
Caliber: 5.56x45 mm
Action: gas-operated, open bolt
Max Rate of Fire: 800 rpm
Muzzle velocity: 3,000 ft/s
Max Range: 3,600 m
The M249 Squad Automatic Weapon, or SAW, is an individually portable, gas operated, magazine or disintegrating metallic link-belt fed, light machine gun with fixed headspace and quick change barrel feature. The M249 engages point targets out to 800 meters, firing the improved NATO standard 5.56mm cartridge. The SAW forms the basis of firepower for the fire team. The gunner has the option of using 30-round M16 magazines or linked ammunition from pre-loaded 200-round plastic magazines.
The gunner's basic load is 600 rounds of linked ammunition.
The SAW was developed through an initially Army-led research and development effort and eventually a Joint NDO program in the late 1970s/early 1980s to restore sustained and accurate automatic weapons fire to the fire team and squad. When actually fielded in the mid-1980s, the SAW was issued as a one-for-one replacement for the designated "automatic rifle" (M16A1) in the Fire Team.
In this regard, the SAW filled the void created by the retirement of the Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR) during the 1950s because interim automatic weapons (e.g. M-14E2/M16A1) had failed as viable "base of fire" weapons. Early in the SAW's fielding, the Army identified the need for a Product Improvement Program (PIP) to enhance the weapon. This effort resulted in a "PIP kit" which modifies the barrel, handguard, stock, pistol grip, buffer, and sights.