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Multi-Shot Combat Tactical Shotgun airsoft gun

4.1 out of 5 stars 64 customer reviews
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  • caliber: 6mm
  • 3 BBs Each Shot, Triple Barrel System
  • Warranty: 30 Day Limited Warranty
  • velocity: 320.00 ft/sec
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Product Description

Triple the firing fun - 3 BBs simultaneously with great power and pinpoint accuracy Authentic shot shell cartridge holding 30 BBs for 10 powerful shots per shell Muscle spring action with most dominant force Professionally painted front and rear sights for quick aim under most Demanding CQB applications Pump and fire full power combat loads to carry out critical airsoft skirmish missions Complete with spare shell, speed loader and quality sling Matte black non-glare finish Allows for single triple shot and contiunuous everblast triple shots Velocity: 320~340fps with 0.2g BBs ... Ammo type: .2g or heavier high polished 6mm BBs... Triple the Firing Fun - 3 BBs Simultaneously with Great Power and PinPoint Accuracy!Operation: SpringFire mode/s: Manual cockingAmmo type: .2g - .25gHop Up: FixedWeight: 4.3 lbsMagazine capacity: 1 shell - 30BBs...

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 26 x 3 x 6 inches ; 5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001BS5NXE
  • Item model number: DE M56
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #218,444 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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ok.. i just recived this gun a week ago from amazon. I have been testing out the gun in my back yard, but have not used it in a real game yet. Now this gun is beast... but there are some faults. the gun is a heavy 4.5 pounds and after an hour of game time it feels like 20. The gun also takes a substantial amount of force to pump. I'd say that if your not over 14..then you will have trouble cocking the gun over and over. I am a strong kid and I still have trouble pumping it, but that just goes to show the sheer power of the gun. The gun uses shells as magazines and this is a nice touch. The shells are exact plastic replicas of real m3 shells and although it might take more time to reload, it is worth it. The great thing about this shotgun is simple: it IS A SHOTGUN. It does not just look like one. It actually shoots 3 bbs at a time. The spread of these bbs is not too wide and not too close either. You should be able to get a head shot from 50-60 feet away. The gun shoots a powerful 330 fps. So here are the pros and cons of the gun
pros: the gun shoots 330 fps
the gun fires 3 bbs at a time
it is not a huge gun but is deffinitly not small.
the spread of the bbs is just right
extremely good quality and very good materials
amazing sturdy feel

cons: the gun is a hefty 4.5 pounds and that is heavy.
the pump action of the gun is dificult
shells are nice but they take a long time to relaod.
range of the gun is not amazing, but stll good.
there are no rails so there isnt a place to mount anything

so over all i recomend this gun to strong individuals and to use in close quater combat. It is a great gun and the only draw back is the pump.
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I am comparing this gun to the full-size Tokyo Marui M3 Super 90, which I had a few years ago but it broke and I sold it for parts.

My first impression of this gun was that it's made of 90% plastic, and felt sort of cheap, but it is solid. The metal parts I could find on the outside were the sling mounts, trigger, and a small portion of the "magazine tube" underneath the barrel near the muzzle. I guess it helps reinforce the gun, as it feels pretty solid. From what I remember the Marui gun had a metal outer barrel, metal outer receiver cover, the locking collar at the front of the forend, magazine tube, and the attachment between the magazine tube and barrel. The gun has an even matte-black finish, and the forend and pistol grip are rubberized and have a dark graphite gray color. The barrel is considerably shorter than the Marui gun, so it's actually really handy, even with the full stock. The inner barrel is I believe the same length as the original Marui one.

Performance: Shooting at the cardboard box it was shipped in from about 15 feet (which is about 4" deep from the dimension I was shooting at), .12g BBs broke through the front side (a few got stuck and did not penetrate) and .20g BBs consistently penetrated both sides of the box. It's really not good past 30', but up until there the BB's stay pretty tightly grouped, enough to hit a person (or their arm or leg). Once the BBs hit 30' they spread considerably and drop to the ground (with .20g BBs, I'm sure .12s would make it that far but would feel like raindrops). The pump action is not difficult for me, but I shoot regular guns frequently and am used to stiff recoil springs, and I work out regularly. My friends had a little bit of a hard time cocking it the first couple times, but once you get used to it it's no big deal.
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What I like: Uh...3 shots? I was hiding in a corner and my friend sticks his gun through a door; he now has a triangle on his hand. The spread is pretty awesome, and the distance is just about the same as my R74 pulse. The loading mechanism is cool with 'real' shotgun shells.

What i don't like: Loading can take a while, and in super CQBs the gun isn't as efficient as my R74; speed beats out spread indoors. However, you have a much better chance of hitting someone in the woods or in a field with this than with a SMG. The cocking mechanism isn't for sissies either.

Things you should know: Slam fire works with this gun. GET THE EXTRA SHELLS. You have 10 shots per shell (3 bbs per shot=30 bbs per shell of course) and you only get 2 shells (20 shots). With the extra shells you get a combined 80 shots. If you need more than 80 shots to win, your probably better off with a hi cap machine gun. This is a tactically fun gun, not a blow-you-to-mars gun.

Summary: Good gun, lots of strategic elements to it and best used for medium range out in relatively open spaces. I am totally satisfied with what i paid for.
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I love this gun. It almost perfectly represents the M3 it is supposed to be, and functions very well. But it shows some flaws to me that many have not covered, so I will tell you them.
What everyone else is saying, good spread, good range, etc. BUT, the range is moreso ~50ft for hitting a man-sized target 9 out of 10 times, not 100ft. But this is a shotgun.
Not the easiest pull-back I've had on a gun (but realistic, + for me)
Not the lightest thing in the world (Actually, a pro to me in MilSim, I like my guns a little bit beefier)
The shells-
A. They tend to jam
B. They are crappy plastic and don't look very real
C. They hold 30 bbs, which is good for most, but not for me in MilSim
D. They get scratched SO easily by just common in/out of the gun, and this really sets off my inner-OCD
The sling mounts are under your buttstock shell holder (if you have one) and this gets to be very annoying when your shells fall off the back whilst you are running. Honestly, that is where the real mount is on the real gun, so that isn't this gun's fault.
Lastly, poor weight distribution. It just doesn't feel like the real thing.
So, you may be bewildered that I gave this gun a 4.5/5 when a majority of it is cons. But pretty much the pros section is agreeing with most of the other reviews pro section (I hope this isn't hard to understand). In summation, I really do like this gun when I don't run an aeg. It is perfect for CQB and back-yards (it isn't a dangerous FPS for those situations). I would reccomend this to anyone who wants a good, reliable gun for under $100. Thanks for reading.
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