RWA Agency Arms EXA GBB
- Fully Licensed Product by Agency Arms and Lone Wolf Distributors
- Front Fiber Optic Sight Paired with Blacked Out Rear Sight
- Shark Scales Faux Stippled Frame
- Ambidextrous, Reversible Magazine Release Button
- Multi-Magazine Compatibility
- Blacked Out Inner Barrel for Added Realism
- Includes Two Additional Back Straps For Different Grip Profile
- TM Compatibile
- 13mm CCW threaded barrel
The RWA Agency Arms EXA Pistol is the first GBB Pistol that RWA has ever released under the Agency Arms & Lone Wolf Distribution license. Most notably the pistol is the same pistol used by Agency Arms Asset Paul Vandunk! At a glance, the EXA boasts Agency Arms' EXA Hybrid slide cut, mid-line fluted outer barrel, and Lone Wolf's signature Timberwolf frame custom modified to Agency specifications. Out of the box, the pistol comes pre-installed with a fiber optic front sight and blackout rear sight, allowing for a cleaner sight picture as well as the visual consistency of a standard red dot optic.
New to the RWA Agency Arms line up is the adjustable Syndicate trigger. Besides sporting the Syndicate branding, it allows you to fine-tune the trigger sensitivity and takeup, with a very short and tight pull made possible. The frame of the pistol also brings something new to the user experience, the signature Shark Scale faux stippling, and a reversible magazine catch gives ambidextrous capabilities to the magazine release. Moving the magazine release to the right of the grip for left-handed shooters is possible but requires disassembly of the pistol. Shark Scale faux stippling provides a grip that is close to real stippling, the pre-cut frame provides each user a comfortable yet secure surface to grip and control while shooting, and the included backstraps cater to shooters who are more accustomed to 1911s (slimline backstrap that comes on the gun), or XDMs and SIG pistols (additional contoured backstrap included in the box). Replacing the backstrap takes less than a minute by removing the magazine well and sliding the backstrap off the grip.