1/6 MK19 Grenade Launcher Model – Leones Marvelous Items

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1/6 MK19 Grenade Launcher Model
1/6 MK19 Grenade Launcher Model
1/6 MK19 Grenade Launcher Model
1/6 MK19 Grenade Launcher Model
1/6 MK19 Grenade Launcher Model
1/6 MK19 Grenade Launcher Model
1/6 MK19 Grenade Launcher Model
1/6 MK19 Grenade Launcher Model
1/6 MK19 Grenade Launcher Model
1/6 MK19 Grenade Launcher Model
1/6 MK19 Grenade Launcher Model
1/6 MK19 Grenade Launcher Model
1/6 MK19 Grenade Launcher Model
1/6 MK19 Grenade Launcher Model

1/6 MK19 Grenade Launcher Model

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1/6 MK19 Grenade Launcher Model

Product Name: 1/6 MK19 Grenade Launcher Model

Size: 20.5CM/8.1"

Material: ABS plastic

Package: carton

Notification: All the 1:6 gun models are not available to shoot.

Application: 1:6 gun models are suitable for 1:6 soldier figures and military collection.

Country of origin: China

Shipping areas are including most of North America, Europe, Australia, East Asia countries.

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About MK19 
The Mk 19 automatic grenade launcher replaced the earlier Mk 18 hand-cranked multiple grenade launcher. The 40 mm ammunition used (40×53 mm) is not interchangeable with that used in the M203 (40×46 mm). The M203 ammunition develops a lower chamber pressure, and resultant lower muzzle velocity and range, compared to ammunition loaded for the Mk 19. The Mk 19 fires from an open bolt. The rounds are mechanically fed onto the bolt face with the pull of the charging handles. When the trigger is pressed, the bolt closes, and the firing pin is released. The recoil blows back the bolt, feeds a new round onto the bolt face, which pushes the expended casing off the bolt face.