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Full steel structure (excludes breech block, its aluminum alloy.) with manganese phosphate coating
Lightweight breech block made by aluminum alloy, provides strong kick, to simulates the physical experience of firearms
Authentic stamping marks imitates wartime craftsmanship to endow with ornamental value
Bolt hold open and cross bolt safety ensure gun can be transported without accidental discharge
32 round stick magazine with design features that prevents over gassing despite sideways firing action
Highly accurate replication from real steel version
Satisfying recoil impulse
Steel upper receiver with front and rear sight
Steel lower receiver and steel outer barrel
Comes with alloy trigger, magazine release and selector
Dimensions (cm): 60 (L)x 35 (W) x 10 (H)
Weight (gram): 3300
Package includes: SMG x 1
The STEN (or Sten gun) was a family of British submachine guns chambered in 9x19mm and used extensively by British and Commonwealth forces throughout World War II and the Korean War. They had a simple design and very low production cost, so they were also effective insurgency weapons for resistance groups. This GBBR from Northeast is a lifelike and highly accurate reproduction of that iconic submachine gun for the 1940s. The operation is exactly like the real one and it feels very good in hand due to its full metal construction. The gun has the ability to shoot in both semi and full auto which offers a very satisfying kick and can easily be taken down to a more compact carry form. This particular version of the Sten features a skeleton stock instead of the more recognizable T stock.