9mm SMG magazine size. MOSFET/ETU unit straight out of the box.
The G&G ARP 9 was definitely the most fresh and best newcomer in 2017. The ARP is perfect for a player, who likes to shuffle and play in tight spaces. Thanks to its compact size it is also a very handy spare gun, for example for a sniper, who likes more power and magazine capacity than AEPs or gas pistols can offer.
The gun’s features:
PDW style adjustable stock, two settings
M-LOCK hand guard
Foldable and adjustable iron sights that attach to the rail
14 mm CCW threads under the flash hider
Gearbox with 8 mm bearings
25000 RPM motor
ETU and MOSFET Unit
ETU (Electronic Trigger Unit) is a trigger switch designed by G&G where a separate MOSFET and microcircuit have been combined. The ETU gives the benefits of a MOSFET (durability, trigger response, better rate of fire etc.) which is a very welcome and highly wanted feature in stock guns. In addition, the Eletronic Trigger Unit makes sure that the gears always make a full revolution so the gearbox cannot get jammed! There is also a programmable burst fire feature in the ETU. You can choose between two fire mode configurations: semi and full auto, or semi and burst. The programming is done by pressing the trigger in semi-automatic fire for about 10 seconds, so you can do it in any circumstances – even in the middle of a game!
Remember to get a suitable battery and charger
Battery and charger are not included with this gun. To make sure the warranty of your gun is valid, you may use 7.4V LiPo/Li-ion or 8.4V and 9.6V NiCd/NiMH batteries with a maximum capacity of 3100mAh. Using a battery with a higher nominal voltage or capacity voids the warranty.
Are you not sure which battery fits in your gun? Check the nickel battery compatibility table in Tradetech.
Each gun individually tested by us:
The functionality of all our guns is tested and the muzzle velocity measured before shipping. The velocity is measured with a 0.20 g BB and the final muzzle velocity is calculated from the average of five (5) shots. In fact, the muzzle velocities you see in our online shop are approximations reported by the supplier or manufacturer. Thus, the actual muzzle velocity of your gun may differ from the approximation upwards or downwards. However, we always mark the final muzzle velocity on the maintenance and user manual provided with the gun.