Zeta-Lab SVT-40 Sniper Rifle AEG Prototype

Zeta-Lab continues it’s assault on the wallets of the WWII obsessed airsofter with another interesting addition, the Soviet SVT-40 Sniper Rifle. The SVT-40 or Самозарядная винтовка Токарева, образец 1940 года (Tokarev Self-loading Rifle, Model of 1940) was introduced in 1940 and saw heavy use by the Soviet Red Army during the German invasion of USSR but was quickly abandoned for the much easier to produce and maintain Mosin-Nagant M1891/30 and venerable PPS-h41 submachine gun. Subsequently many of the abandoned SVT rifles were captured and used by the Finnish army plus many Axis powers such as Germany early in WWII.

Zeta-Lab has released some prototype pictures showing the SVT-40 in its raw CNC’d state which you can check out below.

Basic specifications are:

Real Steel SVT-40 Sniper Rifle w/ PU Scope- CNC machined receiver
- Steel stamped mag
- Full steel cleaning rod.
- Real Wood stock
- Compatible with Tokyo Marui
- Internal barrel 550 mm
- Select fire auto/semi
- PU scope and mount
- Battery stored in stock.

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One Response to “Zeta-Lab SVT-40 Sniper Rifle AEG Prototype”

  1. Dong Wuk .Lee says:

    how can I buy it?

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