AGM L96 Spring Sniper Rifle (002C - OD)

AGM L96 Spring Sniper Rifle (002C - OD)





This Airsoft Sniper Rifle by AGM is powered by a spring. It is a bolt action design which needs to be cocked for each shot.

This rifle comes in the box in two parts and needs very minor assembly. Just insert the receiver into the stock with the barrel angled upwards at first, then push it level being careful of the trigger assembly. Once the two halves are together use the included Allen Key to secure the two integrated bolts on the underside of the stock.

The top of the receiver has a 20mm rail for attaching your preferred scopes and sights. The AGM 002 has an adjustable HOP unit which is controlled by a slider at the front of the rifle.

The front of the rifle has a Harris Style Bipod Lug, and traditional L96 Adapter Lug to accept a 20mm RIS adaptor. The Outer Barrel is threaded underneath the cap, and can accept the AGM 002 thread adapter to install 14mm CCW Muzzle Devices to the rifle.

There are sling points at the front and rear of the rifle to connect the included sling, however we recommend using a higher quality aftermarket sling - you can find our slings here.

The Stock can be adjusted for length by removing the Butt Pad and adding/removing the spacers on the stock. The cheek pad can also be adjusted by loosening the Allen Bolts, moving the Pad into position and then tightening the Allen Bolts again.


  • Spring powered
  • 415FPS (approx on 0.20g BBs)
  • 20mm railed receiver
  • Solid polymer stock
  • Weights inside stock
  • Adjustable stock length
  • Adjustable cheek pad
  • Slider type HOP adjust
  • Alloy/Aluminum receiver
  • Harris style bipod lug
  • Can accept L96 RIS adapter
  • Front and rear sling loops
  • Threaded outer barrel
  • Thread adapter available
  • Trigger lock safety

Package Includes

  • AGM 002 Sniper Rifle
  • 3 x Magazines
  • Speedloader
  • Allen Keys
  • Sling

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