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  1. Golden Eagle Type 96 AEG (6400)
    SKU: 213282
  2. Golden Eagle M240 Bravo AEG Support Rifle
    SKU: 211065
  3. A&K M43 AEG with Box Magazine AK-MK43
    SKU: 210070
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    Classic Army M134-a2 Vulcan Mini Gun (CA-S009M)
    SKU: 210224
    Regular Price £3,759.99 Special Price £3,200.00
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    SKU: 210652
  6. Ares x Amoeba KW01 M4 PDW AEG (KW-01)
    SKU: 211862
  7. Cyma CM032 M14 AEG
    SKU: 210284
  8. Ares Amoeba MK14 (EFCC) AEG
    SKU: 210128
  9. S&T Type 64 AEG Support Rifle
    SKU: 210693
  10. KWA QRF MOD2 AEG 2.5 SMG (MOD2)
    SKU: 212223
  11. G&G AEG L85A2 with ETU (TGL-L85-A2E-BBB-NCM)
    SKU: 211512
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    Double Bell PDW ( 808 - Inc. Lipo Battery and Charger)
    SKU: 213470
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  13. Rossi M4 Sentinel SIGMA AEG
    SKU: 213487
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Is the Electric Airsoft Gun Suitable for your Needs?

If you are considering buying a new Airsoft gun, then you may be wondering what type is suitable for your needs. One option is the electric Airsoft gun, and over recent years it has become a popular choice amongst Airsoft enthusiasts around the country. Find our selection of electric airsoft rifles here

Electric Airsoft Gun



The electric Airsoft gun was first produced in Japan to great success, and it wasn't long before manufacturers in other countries followed suit and started making their own versions.

One of the reasons why these electric guns became so popular, is because they filled a need in the marketplace. They are cheaper than gas Airsoft guns, while being a little more expensive than the spring powered Airsoft guns..

One thing to keep firmly in mind before purchasing an electric Airsoft gun is that they are powered by a battery, which means you will always have to recharge the gun before you use it. If you don't fully charge the gun, then it could lose power in the middle of a battle leaving you unable to fire a shot!

Electric Airsoft pistols



At the lower end of the market you will find a wide range of electric Airsoft pistols. These weapons are much different to the pistols that are powered by a spring, as you have the ability to fire off multiple rounds without having to stop. This makes these pistols a popular choice amongst Airsoft enthusiasts who want to take things to the next level.


Choosing an electric Airsoft gun



If you are still unsure about whether or not an electric Airsoft gun is right for you, then it may come in handy to get a few different opinions to help you in your decision. Just give us a call if this describes you.


1.     What is a BB gun used for?  BB guns are mostly used for practice shooting and training. The stronger ones (i.e. Air Rifles) can also control pests or hunt small animals.

2.     Do you need a Licence in the UK for a BB gun? No, you don't need a licence for a BB gun in the UK, but there are rules. The BB Gun needs to be in two colours; one has to be a primary. All our guns are on the website as per default.

3.     Is a BB gun a good weapon?   BB guns, despite sometimes being seen as toys, can be dangerous. They fire pellets at high speeds and can cause serious harm, or even be deadly in some situations.

4.     Can you shoot BB guns in public in the UK without a Firearm license? BB guns in the UK navigate a legal grey area. While certain models, notably low-power 'soft air' types, typically evade classification as section 1 firearms, more potent versions may require a valid firearms certificate to avoid legal repercussions.

5.     Can you shoot a BB gun in your garden? You can use a BB gun in your garden under UK law, but you have to ensure the pellets don't go into your neighbour's yard, plot or land. If they do and you don't have permission, it's against the law.

6.     Which UK law am I breaking if the pellets go into my neighbour's law without permission?  If your BB gun pellets go into your neighbour's yard without permission, you're breaking UK laws. Specifically, the 1968 Firearms Act and possibly the 2003 Anti-Social Behaviour Act, because you may be causing your neighbours trouble or worry.