02 Apr 2023
We present 3 proposals for shotguns Golden Eaglein particular we will tell you about:
- Full-metal green gas shotgun M870 Type 2
- Full-metal green gas shotgun M870 Type 1
- Full-metal green gas shotgun M870 Type Short
Features M870 Type 2 Golden Eagle full-metal green gas shotgun
Let’s start from the execution which is of type full metalfrom here we hook into the mass of this airsoft shotgun, which is approx 2700 grams, a weight that makes it realistic yet manageable. The overall length of the rifle body is 950mm about, normal for a shotgun. The loading system, as mentioned, is a pump with a green gas.
On this rifle you can select the shooting mode from 3 to 6 shots, the pellets are the classics for airsoft 6mm in diameter which are fired with power of 1 Joule. The barrel of this rifle is made of metal while the 3 cartridge magazines hold 30 rounds. The rifle is all black, well balanced and with a clean and well made line.
The article code is GE-M870L and you can order it online here subject to stock availability
the price? click on the link and you will find out! The package includes the M870 Type 2 Golden Eagle full-metal green gas shotgun replica for airsoft, 3 30-round cartridge magazines and sling attachments.
Features M870 Type 1 full-metal green gas shotgun
Same characteristics as the previous model but it is a Type 1 model
Power 1 Joule
Item number GE-M870M
Airsoft online shop link to order it
Features M870 Type Short full-metal green gas shotgun
Like the previous ones but in the SHORT version without stock, in this case the maximum length of the shotgun is 580mm about with a lower weight, 1800 grams about. The line, always clean, is more compact, power of 1 Joule, also in this case the package includes the replica of the shotgun, 3 30-round cartridge magazines and belt attachments. Item number GE-M870S
Find it here
Remember to always protect your eyes with ballistic goggles, they cost very little and are essential for playing airsoft safely! Good fun!
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