The Sterling submachine gun is a British submachine gun which was in service with the British Army from 1944 until 1994, when it was phased out with the introduction of the L85A1 assault rifle.
Beta Project are next in line to work on the Sterling AEG. It's made out steel, it's small and compact, it weight a fair bit and it's beautiful!
The magazine is made out of metal and holds 110 BBs. There isn't much space for a battery to be stored so Beta Prohect have made some space in the stock for a small battery. We warn you that you should only use a 7.4V battery as 11.1V is too high. It doesn't have the highest rate of fire but it does have a functional safety, semi and full auto switch.
At the moment but the hop is very strong so you may want to use heavier BBs if you want it to be accurate.
Weight: 2,840 g
Length: 380 mm
Capacity: 110 rds
Power: 350 fps
Battery Size: 7.4v
Shooting Mode: Semi Auto / Full Auto