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The Aguila B1, codenamed Osprey, was Aguila Firearms' first venture into the Battle Rifle market. It was first produced in 2016 and is still being produced. About 850,000 have been produced, and 1,000 more are being produced per day, to meet the demands of the Orienta Armed Forces (basically the Philippines + Indonesia + Singapore + Malaysia, but a first-world country), as well as the USAF. (The year is 2021, btw)

The Aguila B1. Magestic, right? RIGHT?

Design

The B1 was inspired by the SCAR-H, as well as the timeless AK-47. It has an adjustable stock, 20-round box magazine, and is chambered for 7.62x51mm NATO. The selector is on the right side and has three modes: Safe, Semi-auto, and 3-round burst. At the front end of the gun, you can see an AK-style handguard, same for the gas block.

History

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Info

Model: Aguila B1

Codename: Osprey

Manufacturer: Aguila Firearms

Weight (unloaded): 3.5 kg (7.7 lb)

Length: 850 mm (33.5 in)

Barrel length: 400 mm (15.7 in)

Cartridge: 7.62x51mm NATO

Modes: Safe, Semi-Auto, 3-round burst

Firerate: 600 RPM (Semi-Auto), 750 RPM (Burst)

Muzzle Velocity: 900 m/s (2952.77 ft/s)

Effective Range: 750 m (2460.6 ft)

Optimal Range: 450 m (1476.4 ft)

Price: $2,460

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