Goat Guns Mini M16A1 Model - Black

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The "FUGAZI" gets its name for being something that is completely out of whack, messed up or screwy. This was the predominant rifle used during Vietnam war, entering the market in 1964. We thank all of our Vietnam Veterans who served overseas. This item was released Veterans Day 2020.

The Goat Guns Mini M16A1 Model - Black is a miniature model based on the M16A1 which is an American military rifle developed in the 1960s. It is an improved version of the original M16. It became the standard issue rifle for U.S. troops during the Vietnam War. Chambered for the 5.56x45mm NATO cartridge, the M16A1 introduced a forward-assist feature and a more reliable direct-impingement gas system. The M16A1's legacy includes its service in various conflicts, its influence on modern military rifles, and its symbolic role in the history of the U.S. military.

  • 1:3 scale diecast Metal model of the M16A1
  • *Does not cycle dummy rounds
  • Muzzle included
  • Charging handle pulls back
  • Ejection port that opens / closes
  • Metal mag with release feature
  • 3 non-firing dummy rounds
  • Trigger squeezes
  • Select fire switch adjusts
  • Comes with trophy stand
About the Miniature M16 Model
  • All Metal parts on this M16A1 1:3 scale model collectible. Mix it up and customize with interchangeable parts!
  • Updated 2020! It is now a true M16A1 with the extended handguards, correct upper, new grip and short mag. Model does rest on stand as shown.
Size and Color
  • Painted flat black on die cast metal. 'Fugazi' is 12.5" (32cm) when assembled. It weighs in at a hefty 13 ounces!
Getting Started
  • Some assembly required. Instructions provided, this is most fans favorite part. Parts snap in place, expect 2-10 minutes for assembly.

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including arsenic, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.