GFAP13 AEG Pistol

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GFAP13 AEG Pistol
Electronic powered, full or semi-auto pistol (Model: GFAP13)

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The GFAP13 is a powerful AEG pistol with metal gearbox and barrel. It has an adjustable hop-up and under-barrel Picatinny mounting rail. Magazine holds 30 BBs and shoots at velocities of up to 250 fps. Includes rechargeable battery and charger.

Technical Specs
.12g BB Velocity Up to 250 fps
.20g BB Velocity Up to 220 fps
Caliber 6.0 mm
Length 8.00 in
Barrel Material Metal
Barrel Type Smooth Bore
Battery Charger Details No
Battery Charge Time No
Battery Life No
Rechargeable Battery No
Battery Type 7.2 V 500 mAh
Buttpad No
Front Sight Fixed Blade
Rear Sight Fixed Notch
Hopup Yes
Joules No
Magazine Magazine
Material Metal/Synthetic
Mountable No
Mounting Rail Picatinny
Included Optics No
Powerplant Battery
Rate of Fire No
Safety Lever
Sling Mounts Included No
Stock Material No
Stock Style No
Product Weight 1.40 lbs

Product Attachments

View FileGFAP13 Owner's Manual    Size: (560.1 KB) GFAP13 Owner's ManualGFAP13-515.pdf560.10 KB
GFAP13 AEG Pistol is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing When I received this pistol, I was very impressed. The box itself is very nice, and the BBs that came with it are well made. PROS: -Finally, an automatic pistol for people with a budget -Accurate -Durable materials, I wish it was a full metal weapon. -Full metal mag -Feels great -Awesome battery system CONS: -Odd looking magazine with no reservoir -When put on fully automatic, it fires so fast that the 30rds in the mag only last a few seconds if you spray. That's probably why a speed reloader comes with the gun. OVERALL: Great weapon made from durable plastic. The mag is made amazingly, I just don't like the capacity. I will be ordering more mags.
Date published: 2017-07-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointed I bought this a few days ago. Opened the box with my son. Went over the instructions and proceeded with set up. After loading the clip and installing that battery I took a few shots with it on semi and once on auto. It quit working after that. Thought maybe the battery so put it on the charger for the minimum 4 hours. The gun still didn't work. There is no charge light or any indicator for battery/charger performance. The battery doesn't get worm during any process that would indicate proper drain or charge. Not sure if the battery is the problem but I guess I'll be ordering one to find out.
Date published: 2018-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just bought, amazing gun for price. Wish i could get extra clips. I am going to buy a second one to dual wield.
Date published: 2017-05-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worked for a few weeks, but then it just stopped I bought this gun a few weeks ago, worked fine and it was really fun. Later it just stopped firing. I made sure the battery was charged and put into the gun properly, but it still wouldn't work. I recommend buying another gun. This gun just isn't reliable.
Date published: 2017-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I need help I bought the gun but I need to know if it comes with a smart charger or not so I know how long I need to charge
Date published: 2018-03-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from GREAT for a minute! I bought this pistol from Cabelas on 4/21/2018. I shot Half the white BB's that came with it. That is about 5 magazines. It just stopped operating with no warning.Full battery no BB jams.When the trigger is pulled repeatedly the battery gets very warm. This tells me the motor is jammed! What am i supposed to do?
Date published: 2018-04-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from the batteries have gone bad about nine months ago i recieved this as a gift even though i do not use it ofteen the batteries have gone bad and i dont know where to get new ones
Date published: 2017-10-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very impressive pistol I originally posted this review on Amazon but am so pleased with this pistol I thought it worth repeating here. Here is my review of the GFAP13 I honestly was pleasantly surprised with the quality and reliability of this pistol. I have had it for a couple of months now and my brother has had his for 2ish years with no problems. With 0.2g BBs the effective range is easily 100ft with good consistency and around the stated rate of fire. I have taken this gun apart and the internals are quite good, all metal gears and gearbox, polycarbonate piston with single metal release tooth as well as a polycarbonate cylinder head (which has a small pad of what appears to be sorbothane on it for shock absorption and for proper AOE). The air seal on the piston is perfect and while it did not seem to really need it I did go ahead and wrap the cylinder head with Teflon tape. All in all, the internals seem to be TM compatible. Really the only think I can complain about is that the gearbox uses nylon bushings when I would have liked metal. However, the nylon ones will last quite awhile especially if you are firing mostly semi-auto. Recently I have done some upgrades to the gun. Upgrades: Spring: Redwolf airsoft sells a stronger spring for $9.00 to boost the FPS to around 300 with 0.2g BBs (stock it shoots around 200 FPS with 0.2g BBs). However, unless you upgrade the battery this spring will significantly reduce your rate of fire. Battery: Crazypony sells a 7.4v 450mAh 80C lipo battery on Amazon that will just squeeze into the battery compartment on this gun. You will have to wire in a new connector but chances are that if you thinking about upgrading this pistol you are confident in your tech abilities or know someone who is. Anyway, this battery DRASTICALLY increases your trigger response and bumps your rate of fire to around 1000 RPM with the stock spring. Bushings: All the places I looked were out of the metal bushings that would fit this gun (regular V2 AEG bushings do NOT fit this gun). I ended up just buying some 932 bearing bronze from McMaster and machining my own bushings. So far they are working great. I would highly recommend waiting to upgrade the spring until you can get metal bushings. Have fun and happy airsofting! P.S. If you check out my review for this gun on Amazon I have links to the battery and spring I used.
Date published: 2017-10-28
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