Crosman has teamed up with DPMS Panther Arms for the release of its new DPMS SBR full auto CO2 rifle.
According to the press release, the compact DPMS SBR sends out steel .177 BBs in either semi-auto mode or full-auto mode, with a rate of fire of 1400 rounds per minute and a maximum velocity of 430 fps. The rifle is based on the DPMS PDW short-barreled rifle. It features a 6-position buttstock, AR compatible pistol grip, quad Picatinny rails for attaching accessories, angled fore grip and flip up iron sights. It’s powered by two 12-gram CO2 cartridges housed in a 30rd magazine.
The DPMS SBR sports a heavy, realistic weight of 6.5 pounds and features like blowback action, ejection port cover and a forward assist button. It measures 30.4 inches in overall length.
“The riflespeaks for itself,” says Crosman product manager. “It’s one of the most badass air rifles on the market.”
MSRP on the Crosman DPMS SBR is $179.99. Check out the features and specs below via the Pyramyd Air listing, along with a video to see it in action.
For more information about Crosman, visit crosman.com.
DPMS SBR Features
- Tactical Short Barrel Rifle
- Adjustable 6 Position Butt Stock
- AR Compatible Pistol Grip
- Quad Rail forearm for accessory mounting
- Unique muzzle end cap
- Flip up back up iron sights (BUIS)
- Angled Foregrip
- Realistic Weight and Functions
- Uses 2 12-gram CO2 cartridges
- Length: 26.9” to 30.4”
DPMS SBR Specs
- Caliber: 0.177″ (4.5mm)
- Max Velocity: 430 fps
- Loudness: 3-Medium
- Overall Length: 30.4″
- Shot Capacity: 1
- Barrel: Smooth bore
- Front Sight: Flip-up
- Rear Sight: Adjustable for windage
- Scopeable: Weaver mounts
- Buttplate: Adjustable
- Suggested for: Small game hunting/plinking
- Action: Semiautomatic/Full-auto
- Safety: Manual
- Powerplant: CO2
- Function: Repeater
- Blowback: Yes
- Body Type: Rifle
- Fixed/adj. power: Fixed
- Weight: 6.5 lbs
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