Your Shopping and Knowledge Guide for Airsoft Guns  

 Your Shopping and Knowledge Guide for Airsoft Guns

 

When you shop for a airsoft gun that is easy to use, attractive, safe and helpful for you when you target practice there are several types to choose from. Many airsoft guns are .458 socom ammo  replicas of Colt M16, H&K M5 that are military weapons. These guns have a unique propulsion system that utilizes a small amount of air to shoot lightweight plastic pellets with amazing accuracy. Airsoft guns are extremely popular and the newer models are rifles and pistols that are replicas of famous models like the magnum revolver and the Uzi.

There are three main types of airsoft guns – spring powered, gas powered, and electric-powered .

Spring Airsoft Guns:

Spring guns, which are also referred to as the “Springers”. Commonly tagged the cheap Airsoft gun, these spring guns were the original Airsoft models. In order for the gun to fire, a spring mechanism must be manually cocked back each and every time. Due to their simplistic design, the Springers are the most inexpensive and cost effective Airsoft guns. These guns are recommended as perhaps the best for entry-level players. Most players at some point have owned one of these models, which can be purchased for as little as 20 dollars.

Electric Airsoft Guns (AEG):

The electric airsoft gun, also known as AEG (Airsoft Electric Gun) these are the top of the range when it comes to airsoft guns. Each AEG has a tiny but very powerful motor inside which powers the firing mechanism. There is still a spring inside an AEG but this is controlled by the electronic motor to achieve high rates of fully automatic fire. One of the really neat things about this type of airsoft gun is that it can be loaded with miniature paintballs. A word of warning however – if a paintball breaks inside an AEG it can clog up the entire firing mechanism meaning you’ll have to strip the gun down and clean it.

 

 

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