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Airsoft guns are replica weapons used in airsoft sports. They are a special type of very low-power smoothbore air guns designed to shoot non-metallic spherical projectiles often colloquially (and incorrectly) referred to as "BBs", which are typically made of (but not limited to) plastic or biodegradable resin materials. Air soft gun power plants are designed to have low muzzle energy ratings (generally less than 1.5 J, or 1.1 ft⋅lb) and the pellets have significantly less penetrative and stopping powers than conventional air guns, and are generally safe for competitive sporting and recreational purposes if proper protective gear is worn.
Depending on the design mechanism for pellet propulsion, airsoft guns can be categorized into two groups: mechanical, which consists of a coil spring-loaded piston air pump that is either manually cocked (e.g. spring guns) or automatically cycled by an additional battery-powered electric motor gearbox (e.g. AEGs); and pneumatic, which operates by valve-controlled release of prefilled bottled gas such as compressed propane mixed with silicone oil (commonly known as "Green Gas") or CO2 canisters (e.g. GBB guns).
As toy weapons, airsoft guns can often be designed to realistically resemble genuine firearms in appearance, and it can be very difficult to distinguish from one visually, despite their orange tips in some jurisdictions. Airsoft guns cannot be modified into real firearms that shoot lethal ammunition despite the similar appearance.
Looking to sell (200$obo) or trade, make me an offer! Not in the greatest shape, some of the furniture is loose and the stock has some issues, but I’ll try to fix it before a sale/trade. Don’t have a buttplate that fits. But it worked last time I checked. Includes one mid-cap magazine but no...
I am looking to sell my Echo 1 JP59 Airsoft Gun. The gun is several years old. It uses a stick battery like the one pictured in the ad. There is no noticeable damage on the gun. It is missing manuals and other documentation. I am unsure if the batteries and smart charger included work.
I am looking to sell my KWA KMP9 airsoft gun. It is around 7 years old and I have not shot it in at least 5, so I am unsure on how it would perform now. There is no noticeable damage to the gun as far as I can tell. The gun also comes with 3 magazines, which all appear to be fully functional...
Looking to sell extra airsoft guns and associated gear that I have to include:
2 New in box Tokyo Maru 1911 hi-cap airsoft pistols, each with (3) magazines which hold about 28 to 32 rounds of 6 mm airsoft pellets; normal cost with (2) magazines is about $160.00. Additional magazines normally...
I have a KWA M4 with 8 mid cap magazines, 3 high cap magazines, a speed loader, a green gas p226, leg holster, chest rig, mesh goggles, mesh face shield, and an known quantity of .25g BB's for sale. I have not used any of the gear for the last couple years but it did run flawlessly the last time...
Im posting this here because I this is an incredible training aid, not so much a toy. This is an Elite Force/ UmarexUSA licensed by Glock, Gen 4, Glock 17. Powered by Green Gas (Propane). And it has full blowback slide. I researched all the different trigger trainers, and decided on this...
Happened on 4/20, wonder how many blunts this idiot smoked before deciding on this move.
Another prime reason I don't go downtown on foot.
Man packing air pistol arrested in Southwest Portland
"The gun was fake.
The arrest and disorderly conduct charge were real.
A concerned citizen flagged...