Airsoft Megastore gives you access to a large inventory from our airsoft warehouse at your disposal! Whether you're a new airsofter looking for your first gun, high-speed player trying to upgrade your AEG, or seasoned MilSimer looking for the latest airsoft guns to be released, Airsoft Megastore has you covered. While there are many of models to choose from -- including M4 carbines, AK47 rifles, and HK416 AEGs
-- you will want to choose what type of airsoft gun you want first. Here are the main categories you will want to consider:
When it comes to choosing an airsoft guns, automatic electric guns, also known as AEGs, are the most popular type due in part to their reliability. As implied by its name, AEGs are powered by electricity and use rechargeable batteries. In terms of operation, AEGs need a gearbox, hop-up unit and inner barrel to work, all of which are built into the airsoft gun. Some models already come with a battery and charger, but all airsoft guns, except ones that specifically say otherwise, use 6mm airsoft BBs as their ammunition. The biggest benefit an AEG has over spring airsoft guns is their semi-auto and (usually) full-auto firing modes.
A sniper not only needs to be patient but also strategic. Choose from our selection of airsoft sniper rifles with different configurations. If you're just starting out, you can buy a bolt action sniper rifle with scope and bipod already included so you can hit the fields, pick out your targets and comfortable reach targets up to 150 feet and up. Unlike AEGs and spring carbine-length airsoft guns, airsoft sniper rifles have a bolt that you pull back to mirror the action of an actual sniper rifle.
Playing airsoft requires precision, strategy and a reliable secondary weapon. Rifles are designed for medium to long range engagements of 100 feet and up. But when you're going into confined quarters and tight spaces, a 16-inch barrel airsoft rifle is not going to cut it. You'll want to transition to your gas and CO2 pistols for close quarters combat. Additionally, most fields enforce a minimum engagement distance for most airsoft guns and high-powered AEGs are going to be shooting too hot when you're trying to tag someone 20 feet away or closer. Airsoft Megastore carries a wide variety of airsoft non-blowback and blowback gas pistols from respected manufacturers such as ASG, Classic Army, KWA and more.
Grenade launchers in the airsoft world are one of coolest upgrades you can add to your airsoft gun equipped with a bottom Weaver rail. They’re generally attached onto lower rail sections of M4/M16 airsoft rifles (see M203 airsoft grenade launcher
), as well as other models like the airsoft G36 and AK47. There are two ways to use one. The first one involves using a 40mm grenade shell that shoots out BBS and doesn't launch out. The newer type is an actual projectile that will physically propel out of the grenade launcher. Some of these projectiles will also explode out BBs or paintball.
Great for beginners in airsoft, spring powered guns are the most inexpensive of the whole list of airsoft gun types. Spring airsoft pistols work use 0.12g BBs and require you to cock back the slide, forend, or charging hand for each shot. Airsoft spring guns, usually called springers, also come in the form of rifles, pistols, shotguns and even grenade launchers. These are are great for backyard skirmishes, collectible replicas and props for filmmakers.