NP Delta Enforcer review

NP Delta Enforcer review

As you all might know, here at Falcon 9 Airsoft we love to give a weapon a shakedown to see what it's capable of and how it holds up against the rest. So, I have chosen to give one of the Nuprol AR weapons a run. This review is based on my experience using the NP Delta Enforcer, in black, and giving it a really thorough test by joining RIFT Airsoft at Dalton Barracks for the MILSIM 26hrs out on the field. In the next blog, we will tell you all about the experience we had there, but for now we will talk about the weapon and how we got on.

I have to say that I was impressed from the moment I opened the box. It has a full metal body construction and felt extremely versatile. I loved how it looked, fantastic comes to mind, and very realistic. I was also very impressed with the FPS being 280 on 0.28g BBs straight out the box. After fitting a scope and light box to the weapon we ventured out onto the battle ground for our 26hrs of slaughter and missions against our enemies, the two other teams. The weapon was faultless. The day was wet and windy, resulting in the weapon being outside in the rain for hours at a time. The continuous exposure to the elements didn't have any effect on the weapon. The battery life is impressive: I ran the weapon on 11.1v 1500mah and didn't even need my spare battery until part way through the second day.

The only criticism I have, and this is really nit-picking, is that it doesn't have a programmable mosfet. The addition of a programmable mosfet would be advantageous but not essential.

So to sum it up, if you are looking to buy a weapon that's reliable and cost effective then I would certainly recommend the NP Delta Enforcer.

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