S&T Sterling MK5 AEG

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S&T Sterling MK5 1:1 Scale Replica 

The Sterling submachine gun was born in 1942 as "Patchettmachine carbine" - a prototype submachine gun, developed by George W.Patchett and originally produced by Sterling Engineering Co in England.  Several prototypes were built before the end of the war, and the Sterling-Patchett submachine gun participated in extensive trials, and adopted as "9mm Sterling submachine gun L2A1" (factory designation was "Patchett MK.1")  Sterling submachine guns were produced for British armed forces by Sterling company and Royal Ordnance Arsenalin Fazakerly, England; Long Branch Arsenal in Canada made a slightly modified form, known in British service as L2A3 submachine gun or as "Sterling submachine gun, Mark 4" or Sterling MK.4 in short, it served with British army until early 1990s, when it was finally replaced by troublesome L85A1 assault rifle.  Nearly 400,000 units of the Sterling submachine gun were produced unitil late 1980s. In 1967, British army adapted the L34A1 / Sterling Mk.5 silenced submachine gun, which is apparently still in limited use with certain special operations elements in the British army.



  • Rugged stamped & welded steel receiver with Real Wood handguard
  • Matte black parkerized finish
  • 1:1 scale replica
  • Hefty realistic weight
  • Polymer grip and lower frame
  • Steel folding stock
  • Steel front and rear sights
  • Full metal lipo ready 9mm custom gearbox
  • 110rd Detachable steel magazine

Length: 675mm / 875mm (folded / extended)
Weight: 3280g
GearBox: Full Metal 9mm Custom Type
Muzzle Velocity: 370 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs)
Hopup: Yes, Adjustable
Firing Modes: Safe / Semi / Full-Auto
Magazine Capacity: 110rds
Inner Barrel: 190mm
Motor Type: TBA
Battery: 7.4v LiPoly brick type recommended (Battery compartment accommodates up to 80mm long and 30mm wide battery. Wired to the rear with a Small Tamiya connector. Battery sold separately)
Package Includes: AEG, Magazine, Manual

Manufacturer:  S&T