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Rifles


1911 Black

Full size 1:1 scale spring airsoft gun

On Frame Safety

Includes magazine and  sample bb's
 


Product Features

  • Caliber : 6mmX6
  • Length x Width : 208mm x 142mm
  • Weight : 396gram
  • Propellant : Air Cooking Via Spring Piston
  • Loading Capacity : 22 Bullets
  • Material : ABS Resin and Metal
  • Discharging Energy : Below 0.4 Joule (m/kg)
  • Fire Action : Double Action
  • Applicable Bullets : UHC 6mm 0.12g BB Bullets
  • Accessories : 100pellet BB Bullet. Target Paper.


Spring-powered airsoft guns (often called "springers" or "spring guns") are single-shot devices that use potential energy stored in a spring to launch an airsoft pellet down the barrel of the gun. The user must cock a spring gun prior to each shot much as you would a real shotgun or bolt-action rifle. This is typically achieved by pulling back the slide (pistols) or bolt (rifles), which in turn compresses the spring and makes the gun ready to fire. Because of this, these guns are incapable of automatic or semi-automatic fire.

While most electric guns also use springs for this, they are not considered to be in the same category as the single-shot spring-powered guns. Low-end spring guns tend to be much cheaper than their electric-powered equivalents due to their simplicity and cost of components (spring assembly, electric motor, battery, and battery charger) and thus are widely available. These guns are less suited for competition because they are at a disadvantage against automatic guns in close combat and do not provide enough accuracy and power for long-range uses. Higher-end spring-powered airsoft rifles can be quite expensive; these guns are typically suited for "marksman" applications in airsoft matches and can provide competitive muzzle velocities.


Airsoft are a reenactment sport of real military policy tactics. We here offer full line up of airsoft products from single shot spring airsoft pistol beginner player and airsoft rifle for "marksman" actions. The gas powered airsoft pistols and full auto electric airsoft rifles are great for intermediate to advanced players. But please keep in mind that to gear up with protective safety glasses or mask for all out action.

Airsoft is a game in which players participate in the simulation of military or law enforcement combat with replica military firearms and military-style tactics
airsoft are replica firearm scaled either 1:1 (or perhaps as a 'mini' or '3/4'). It may be of metal or plastic, and
usually fires 6 mm or 8 mm spherical projectiles weighing 110-600 milligrams (known as "BB"s). The game of airsoft is highly popular in several Asian countries, such as Japan, China (including Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macao), South Korea, and, to a certain extent, Philippines, where real arms are difficult or impossible to obtain due to local laws. For this reason, the vast majority of airsoft guns, accessories, and aftermarket upgrade parts are made in these countries. Despite rumors that Airsoft has been made illegal in mainland China, it is actually legal and very popular, both in mainland China and in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Macao as well.

There is currently a growing interest in the West, especially in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, Switzerland, France, Spain, Portugal, Finland, Norway, Italy, Belgium (where the Dutch players also go, since in the Netherlands it is illegal) and Denmark, bolstered by an active and expanding