Umarex NXG Pump Action CO2 .177 Caliber Air Shotgun, Black/FDE
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Introducing the Umarex NXG Pump Action CO2 Air Shotgun - a fusion of power, precision, and durability. Designed for enthusiasts who demand both performance and aesthetics, this air shotgun is a testament to Umarex's commitment to quality and innovation.
Crafted with a robust full metal barrel, the NXG ensures accuracy and longevity. The synthetic stock, finished in a striking combination of black and FDE (Flat Dark Earth), not only adds to the shotgun's visual appeal but also offers durability in diverse conditions. This pump-action powerhouse is CO2 powered, ensuring consistent muzzle velocities between 450 to 490 FPS, making it ideal for target shooting and plinking.
With a caliber of .177, the NXG is designed to fire steel BBs, ensuring a balance between impact and safety. Its 10-round magazine capacity ensures that you have enough shots for extended sessions without frequent reloading. Safety is paramount, and the NXG doesn't compromise, offering a 'Safe' firing mode alongside its single-shot capability.
Whether you're a seasoned shooter or a beginner, the Umarex NXG Pump Action CO2 Air Shotgun promises an unparalleled shooting experience. Please note, while this is a powerful tool, it's designed for target shooting and should be used responsibly. Dive into a shooting experience like no other with the Umarex NXG, exclusively available at Airsoft Station.
- Lightweight design with synthetic stock, perfect for younger enthusiasts
- Achieves up to 490 FPS, great for beginners honing their plinking skills
- Utilizes a single 12g CO2 cartridge housed within the grip
- Features a quick-reload 10-round drop-free rotary magazine
- Equipped with fixed front and rear fiber optic sights for enhanced target spotting
- User-friendly, smooth, and light pump action operation