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Electric Airsoft Rifles
Automatic Electric Airsoft Rifles (AEGs) are affordable and easy to use. They are battery powered and do not require much maintenance. That is why they are the most popular type of airsoft guns for both beginners and advanced players. Unsure where to start? Take a look at our most popular AEGs here.
Find the Perfect Sidearm
When it comes to sidearms gas powered is indisutably the best option. Gas airsoft pistols shoot hard and fast. They are extremely realistic and often feature offical trademarks from real firearms manufacturers. Most have a functioning slide with blowback that simulates the feel and operation of a real gun.
Airsoft Sniper Rifles
Operate in stealth mode and take our your targets from a distance. Airsoft sniper rifles have greater range and accuracy than most mid size rifles allowing the operator to take accurate shots at their targets from farther away. Pick a sniper rifle and try your hand at stealth operations.
Choosing the right tactical gear is essential when it comes to building the perfect loadout. Use tactical vests or plate carriers to hold extra magazines, ammo, and other battlefield essentials. An appropriate holster is a must have to keep your trust side arm within a reach. If you're carrying a rifle a sling is also an essential accessory. Full seal eye protection and face protecion are also required for safe airsoft skirmishes.
Featured Brand: Glock
Featured AEG Line: Lancer Tactical Gen 3
Introducing the Lancer Tactical Gen 3 M4 Carbines – your adaptable and programmable solution for CQC, distant field engagements, and realistic training simulation.
Embrace the future with the latest innovation - the Generation 3, crafted with full polymer construction for exceptional durability. Equipped with Zion Arms® Nebula programmable ETU™, Deans wire connections, interchangeable spring access, and locked-in 380+ FPS performance, the Lancer Tactical Gen 3 readies you for the most rigorous battle scenarios.
The Lancer Tactical Gen 3 AEGs feature significant improvements over the Gen 2 platform; the Gen 3 M4 Carbine is lighter, tougher, and an even more proficient tool. Prepare to conquer the battlefield with Lancer Tactical Gen 3 – the pinnacle of performance and adaptability.
Budget Friendly: Entry Level AEGs
Optics: Scopes and Red Dot Sights
Carrying a few extra magazines on the airsoft field is essential if you want to stay in the game as long as possible. There is nothing more frustrating than having a perfect shot at an opponent only to find that you are out of ammo and unable to reload! Another situation you don't want to be in is turning a corner with low ammo and running right into an ambush. Avoid these situation by picking up some extra mags for your AEG right away. It's always better to have a few extra than not enough!
You'll find magazines for our most common AEGs listed here. If you are unsure which magazines are compatible with your AEG please reach out to our support team for assistance.
Mid Cap or High Cap? AEG Magazines come in two main categories. Mid cap magazines hold a medium capacity of BBs (usually around 100 rounds). They are force fed into the magazine and usually require a speed loader to load quickly. The advantage of mid cap magazines is that they feed continuously until they run out of ammo. High cap magazines hold large quantities of BBs but require winding to keep the BBs feeding. They can usually hold 300 to 600 BBs but must be wound up after every 30 to 60 shots. The advantage of high cap mags is that you can carry a lot more ammo than with mid caps.
A speed loader is an essential accessory for mid-cap magazines.
Airsoft Ammo: BBs
Airsoft guns use 6mm BBs of various weights. Determining the correct weight for your airsoft gun is fairly straight forward. BB weights vary from 0.12g all the way up to 0.43g. Lighter weight BBs shoot at a higher velocity at the expense of accuracy. That's why most airsofters use a minimum of 0.25g BBs in their airsoft guns. The most popular weight for AEGs is 0.28g, and heavier BBs are usually used for sniper rifles. Lower weight BBs like 0.20g are suitable for using in gas powered pistols.
Many BBs are biodegradable, which means they will break down over time when exposed to the elements. We recommend using bio BBs when possible. Many outdoor airsoft fields require only the use of bio BBs so it's best to stick to always using bio.