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G&G Armaments TR4 M4 CQB-H airsoft electric gun retails for about $360 dollars on websites like AirsoftGI and AirSplat – It is not a cheap purchase. However, this product is truly a textbook case of “getting what you pay for” and you will not be disappointed in this AEG – especially if you are looking for an accurate, powerful, and reliable CQB weapon.

Much like the larger TR16 R4 Commando that we reviewed earlier, the Tr4 M4 CQB-H AEG features G&G’s pneumatic blowback system which adds a slight bit of recoil when the gun is fired. In reality, this “recoil” is more of a vibration – which works nicely as it gives you some force feedback when using the rifle while not altering your aim. In addition to the vibrations, the blowback unit also adds a nice bit of additional sound when firing the gun. As you can see during the range portion of our video review below, the gun sounds very distinctive and much louder than the M4 being fired next to us.

Out of the box, the TR4 M4 CQB-H shot a bit hotter than we expected, at around 360 fps. This is a bit over the limits of indoor arenas like Tac City Airsoft in Fullerton, but it will definitely “cool down” a bit after some breaking in.

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Official Specifications:

  • Manufacturer: G&G
  • Model: TR4 M4 CQB-H
  • Muzzle Velocity: 330-350 FPS
  • Magazine Capacity: 450 rounds
  • Color: Black
  • Package Includes: Gun, magazine, manual
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Official Features:

  • Full metal construction
  • Pneumatic blowback
  • SOPMOD-style stock
  • Realistic feel and looks
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Brief Video Review

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  • Full metal receiver
  • Excellent build quality
  • Very accurate
  • On the top end of FPS limits for most CQB arenas (once it cools down)
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  • The plastic handguard
  • We couldn’t keep it (this was a unit on loan from G&G)
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After spending a great deal of time with the TR4 M4 CQB-H, I grew to love its solid feel and small, CQB frame. I even got to use it on field games and I did not have much issue. Of course, with its FPS range, I would not recommend it for really large field play, but in smaller outdoor arenas (like the HSP Combat Center), it will  prove to be a worthy gun to play with. Another excellent addition to its featureset is the “Forward Assist” function which released the tension in the gun’s spring after play is over. All you have to do is depress the button to the right of the charging handle and it will accomplish what most players have to shoot a couple of semi-auto shots to do after player. Speaking of the charging handle, you should know that this one has the ability to lock back in the open position, allowing users to easily adjust the gun’s hop-up.

Overall, the G&G Tr4 M4 CQB-H AEG is an excellent airsoft gun with solid construction, light weight, and good accuracy. Coupled with its pneumatic blowback system, you have a fun airsoft gun to shoot that will be reliable and effective for a long time to come. We give the G&G TR4 M4 CQB-H a solid 5 out of 5 stars.

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Jerry Paxton

A long-time fan and reveler of all things Geek, I am also the Editor-in-Chief and Founder of GamingShogun.com