List of products by brand LCT Airsoft

LCT is a leader in the manufacture of ultra realistic AEG replicas due to their steel body and real wood with a product quality as solid as possible.

LCT Airsoft is located in Changhua County, Taiwan.

We are a professional airsoft AEG manufacture focusing on AEG designing, developing, and manufacturing.

So far LCT has released many models of all steel made, high quality AEGs of the real AK series assault rifles.

The structure design and the power of projectile are both legal in the countries we export.

To make our AEGs as realistic as possible is our ultimate goal.

We are confident to make a promise to our customers in the quality of our products with the realistic & solid structure design and the stable performance.

The predecessor of LCT Airsoft was Li Cheng Molding Company established in 1982.

In the beginning of starting period, Li Cheng was a traditional factory focusing on molding and metalworking.

After accumulating many experiences and answering to the need of the market, Li Cheng gradually transformed into the field of developing, designing, and manufacturing on industrial molds associated with the automobile parts, sports and medical equipment.

Then the following years, the molding industry showed the phenomenon such as highly homogenization, non-rational competition, and low profit within the industry.

In 2004, Li Cheng entered the area of airsoft by an incidentally chance of receiving an OEM project from the other company, and successfully developed and released the various models of AK series AEGs.

The airsoft is an industry of requiring high professionalism and emphasizing the correctness on the details of the designs in historical and structure features, so we keep visiting many airsoft exhibitions and try to realize what the consumers really need.

In 2007, LCT Airsoft was officially founded.

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