CO2 AIRSOFT RIFLES
- Gun Heaven (Win Gun) Mosin-Nagant Co2 Bolt Action Rifle w/ Realistic Imitation Wood Furniture Out of Stock GHVGUM-GR-01-0001$261.99
- Umarex Legends Cowboy M1894 Lever Action Rifle (6mm Version) - Gold Out of Stock UMX-26555$378.99
- Umarex Legends Cowboy M1894 Lever Action Rifle (6mm Version) - Silver UMX-26556$378.99
- Rare Arms XR25-EC Shell Ejecting GBB (2 Magazines & 30 Shells Package) Out of Stock XR25-EC-PACK$1,560.00
- Umarex Legends Cowboy M1894 Lever Action Rifle (6mm Version) Out of Stock UMX-26388$319.99
- G&G GM1903 A3 (CO2 Powered) Out of Stock GGS-193-CO2-WNB-NCM$409.99
- King Arms M1A1 CO2 GBB Sniper Out of Stock KA-AG-126$395.99
- King Arms M1 Carbine CO2 GBB Sniper Out of Stock KA-AG-127$364.00
- Marushin M1 Carbine CDX (CO2 Real Wood Stock Version) - 6mm Export version Out of Stock MRUS-4920136146617$388.00
- Marushin M1 Carbine 6mm (CO2 Plastic Stock Wooden Grain Version) - Export Version Out of Stock MRUS-14670$198.00
- G&G G980 (CO2 Powered) GGS-G98-CO2-WNB-NCM$449.99
co2 Airsoft Rifles
During the 1980s airsoft started first in Japan, as ownership of guns by citizens was illegal. Thus with no access to real guns, the demand for firearm replicas increased. From that high demand was when airsoft surfaced, a dream come true for those that aspire to own a gun.
Airsoft guns started out as spring power guns, as Japan developed the airsoft guns further they eventually evolved into fully automatic gas and battery-powered airsoft guns. As time goes by airsoft will continue to evolve with new and improved weapons to be released, becoming closer and more realistic to the real steel counterpart. With new innovations such as hop-up units, blowback, or Polar Star technology, they are becoming much more accurate and powerful. Though co2 airsoft guns are the most expensive out of spring-powered, and electric, the growing popularity of airsoft continues to make airsoft guns more affordable so everyone can enjoy the sport.
CO2 Airsoft rifles may not kick as hard as a firearm, there’s still some recoil and it feels good. What defines a co2 airsoft rifle is that its short, compact, selective firing modes and shooting power between an SMG and sniper rifle.
Modern rifles are used nowadays by many soldiers in warfare combat as they are very versatile and can be used in all situations, yes even sniping or CQB. It is also the best platform to create your dream gun as everything can be customized. Yes, when we say everything we really mean it. From rail, barrels, internal parts, pistol grip, receiver, buttstock, buttstock tube, and trigger! Let’s not forget all the tactical accessories we can add too which can provide some advantage in combat.
What to Look for in a co2 Airsoft Rifle?
When it comes to co2 rifles there really are not too many choices as it is not the most popular platform airsofters use for gaming. The only choices of co2 rifles available are World War I & II types or the shell ejecting XR25-EC. But when it comes to these kinds of co2 airsoft rifles you want to look for something that can support aftermarket parts and functional. It also depends on what you’re after, whether that be a collector of guns or something to game with.
What are Some of the Best co2 Airsoft Rifles?
When it comes to performance and a collector’s piece, something that has the best of both worlds has to be the King Arms M1 carbine. We love how it feels to cock the rifle with every shot and the finishing on the wood. This really makes it feel like you holding the real steel counterpart and perfect for those reenacting World War scenarios. For more information click the link for more.
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How Does a co2 Airsoft Rifle Work?
CO2 Airsoft rifles work in a simple manner, a co2 capsule is stored usually in the buttstock or magazine. Then a valve inside keeps it from escaping and loaded into the gun. Every trigger you pull strikes the latch which forces pressurized air out at the BB that’s sitting in the hop-up chamber. This will create a rolling motion of the BB inside the inner barrel which eventually makes its way out the barrel towards your target. But co2 does have an advantage over green gas in cooler temperatures as it is more stable due to the high pressure.