Ares have been known for producing quality airsoft guns with a reasonable price tag for them, but they never stop to innovate, recently they have introduced us the Ares X Amoeba series, which features their new Amoeba modular handguard system, Amoeba Pro retractable stock and Amoeba Pro straight backstrap grip. The newer handguard system, retractable stock and straight backstrap grip enhances the overall controllability, texture and flexibility to adapt to different mission specifications. And best of all, these Amoebas have a full metal body instead of the plastic receivers on regular Amoebas.
The highlighted feature of the series would be with the premium polymer modular handguard system, the lower half of the handguard is slotted and is held by 2 metal rails, these slots could be replaced with the hand stop, laser, tactical light and fore grips from Ares Amoeba handguard accessories series. The side of the handguard could also be attached with additional side rails (optional item). The polymer lightweight retractable stock locks at 6 positions and hides the battery within the stock tube (small tamiya plug). The pistol grip has been pre-textured, so similar to stippling it reduces slip and provides a firm grip for precision shots. Other than the three main features, there are also other little enhancements that make this series shine from the others right out of the box, these enhancements include:
Backup iron sights
Extended trigger guard that doubles as a magazine guide
Sling mount points
Flat face competition trigger
Internally, it is powered by an Ares Amoeba series electronic gearbox (EFCS), which means it could be programmed by the optional 'ARES / Amoeba Electronic Gearbox Programmer for ARES Electronic Firing Control System Gearbox' to semi/ burst/ full auto. And having the electronic gearbox also means the gun will be able to have a much quicker response rate, making it more deadly on the field. The magazine it comes with holds 300 rounds, so that would give you plenty of firepower, all you need to game with it would be a 7.4V Li-po stick battery with small tamiya plug. Hop up is adjustable and pulling back the charging handle would reveal the hop up dial.