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DE M56DL Tri-Shot CQB-L Airsoft Shotgun

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  • Triple Firing Fun - 3 Simultaneous BB's
  • Adjustable Front Sling Loop
  • Metal Barrel
  • Capacity: 30 Rounds / 1 Shotgun Shell
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DE M56DL Tri-Shot CQB-L Airsoft Shotgun + Airsoft Shotgun Shells 6-pack for Double Eagle M56 Series Spring Shotguns + MetalTac Airsoft Speed Loader with Capacity of 100 Bbs
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Product Description

- Triple Firing Fun - 3 Simultaneous BB's - Adjustable Stock - 290 fps (0.2 g BB) - Capacity: 30 Rounds / 1 Shotgun Shell - 1 Shot Gun Shell Included - Includes Speed Loader & Sling - Metal Barrel - Adjustable Front Sling Loop

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30 Days Warranty on manufacturer's defect only. Physical , accidental, cosmetic damage are not covered. Contact us for details.

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  • Shipping Weight: 5.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002Q2N7R8
  • Item model number: AR-DE-M56DL
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #74,345 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Very sturdy gun other than the stock.
miracleshappen1231
The only problem with it is that to pull back three springs to fire it, the cocking is three times harder then usual.
Robert
Cons, the stock gets loose but can be fixed with a long 4mm hex wrench.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Zach on December 5, 2009
Straight out of re4 comes this awsome weapon. this thing has serious power and is one of the most intimidating shotguns ive ever seen. its a bit hard to rack and is really long so this isnt a weapon for small peaple but it hits hard nd is accurate from surprisingly long ranges, .2 n .25 give it the best spread and your shots very well grouped. now heres the problem with this gun. the stock is incredibly wobbly and the only way to tighten it is to tighten a small nut at the base of the stock rod. the nut is inside so you will need a long hex wrench which you can find at any hardware store. this isnt a huge problem but is very annoying to have to keep retightening it after every few uses.
so heres long and short of this review
PROS
. powerfull
. intimidating
. 3 shot
. sturdy, exept for stock
CONS
. wobbly stock
. hard to rack for some
. too long for some
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27 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Airsoft_nut89 on September 3, 2010
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Holy crap!! This thing is accurate! Thanks to the longer barrel, The spread stays tight, actually pretty decent in long range, but like others say about this gun, it is EXTREMELY HARD to pump. When you first pull it back, the resistance is overwhelming. Once you get it all the way back though, it's no problem. My girlfriend has to use 2 hands to pump this thing! (LOL) Its kinda one of those that you gotta "break in." Over time, it gets easier, but still after 40-50 pumps, your arm will cramp. I put a red-dot on mine since its got a nice little weaver rail on top.

OVERALL

Pros: Tight spread, accurate, good size magazine

Cons: Hard to pump, stock gets really wobbly.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Sidlew on March 19, 2012
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The gun is the second one that I have purchased. It is a very exciting piece with lots of action. It is more of a intermediate gun for any beginner who is looking to upgrade. The accuracy is moderate. But the purpose of the gun is to have more of a shotgun blast. There are 2 downsides. I learned from my last purchase, but no adjustment has ever been made. The butt tends to get loose. There is no tool included for tightening or adjusting this. 2nd, the multishot mechanism sometimes has loading issues. This gun requires proper maintenance.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By readerchick on March 14, 2014
I hate the stock and the pistol grip came loose on the seccond day of use only got 80 shots out of it. And I am not hard on my guns!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Todd P. Harrison on February 28, 2013
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The stock is wobbly because it is adjustable, but it is still a bit wobbly when locked in once you adjust it. Also, the pump is hard to move, because you are adding so much power to the bb's.

Other than that, it's ideal.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert on September 12, 2011
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I had two airsoft guns before this one and I finally decided to put up the money and get a really nice one, and a really nice one I found. The FPS is over 300 and it is a tri shot, like a real shotgun. Also the fact that the magazine is a fake shell is really cool. The only problem with it is that to pull back three springs to fire it, the cocking is three times harder then usual. This makes for a very tough pull which will make you pretty tired quickly, but such is the price for such a powerful and excellent shotgun.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dillon A. Gosnell on February 25, 2011
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I dont have tons of guns but I do know my way around an airsoft gun and I will say this a good gun for the price. If you compare this gun to a $200 gun than it will look like a piece of crap, but nevertheless it is a pretty good gun mostly because of the tri-shot, weaver rail and adjustable stock good Gun shoots about 280 - 330fps I would recomend getting a allen company shell holder from amazon with this gun its a tight fit to get on and make sure you put the sling on before putting on the holder!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mike on July 9, 2012
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This spring shotgun is one of the higher end non-gas operated shotguns on the market right now. It fires three pellets per shot, and while the description puts it at 290 fps with .2's (do NOT use .12's, they will break and destroy the gun), I'd say it hits closer to 320. It's designed after the Benelli M4 (M1014 is the US designation), but is not semi-automatic, as it must be pumped after each shot. Pumping is difficult, I, a six-foot-three (albeit out of shape) twenty year old struggled with it at first when not paying attention, though it gets easier with time, my wife still struggles, a testament to the strength of the spring. The inner barrels do not go the full length of the gun, so by buying the long model over the M56C, you aren't really getting any more accuracy for your dollar, just looks, making it less effective overall, as the longer barrel still affects CQC performance, still, as the Benelli is currently my favorite model, I decided the appearance outweighed the cons. The stock takes some getting used to (you'll see) but is strong and comfortable, with a rubber buttstock, and the rails on top allow for a wide variety of optics to be attached, though it's hardly necessary, as the sight picture with the iron (plastic) sights is easily attainable, accurate, and adjustable. The outer barrel is metal, as is the shell tube, loading hinge, and the support beam for the stock. Everything not mentioned externally is plastic, though the grip and pump are both rubberized and feel high quality. This is a good weapon for someone looking to break out of the full auto rut in a war, or for more intense CQB, as the pellets will break skin at close range.
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