Super 9 bolt action rifle, Black airsoft gun
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- caliber: 6mm
- velocity: 370.00 ft/sec
- Warranty: 30 Day Limited Warranty
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Here's a great rifle with great power. Includes the Hop-Up system and shoots 0.2g BBs. It has two BB feeding systems. For the fun of motion and action, use the rotary cartridge magazine which holds 5 shells. The shell casing ejects after each shot. Going for the capacity and not the fuss, try the direct feed tube magazine. Super 9 Pro has an increased muzzle velocity of 370fps (1.27J) with a .2g BB and an effective range of 117ft. Rifle is 47 long and uses a magazine feed cartridge for maximum realism. Magazine capacity is 25 rounds for direct feed, or 5 shells (included). This is a spring gun, which means it's powered by a spring and must be cocked for each shot. It's fast, clean, inexpensive and easily maintained; it requires no gas or batteries to operate. Also, spring guns are the toughest, most durable of all airsoft guns, because they're made with few breakable pieces. If you're looking for a fun, reliable airsoft rifle that'll look great and perform even better, you've come to the right place. New generation of airsoft. HOP UP system. Velocity: 420 FPS w/ .12g bbs,~ 370FPS w/ .2g (recommended), 330FPS w/ .25g.
A 1:1 scale replica of a bolt-action rifle, the Super 9 airsoft rifle is remarkably authentic. The airsoft rifle fires round pellets known as BBs, which are propelled out of the gun by a spring mechanism. The advantage of the airsoft rifle, however, is that players can safely train, simulate, or play with the gun without fearing serious injury. The airsoft rifle looks, feels, weighs, and functions just like a real firearm, but is built for casual recreation rather than weaponized use. In fact, the only way you can typically tell a real-steel firearm from an airsoft rifle is the blazing orange tip and the BBs that fire when you pull the trigger. The rifle includes a hop-up system and two different magazine options: a rotary cartridge magazine that holds five shells (the shell casing ejects after each shot) and a direct feed tube magazine. Spring guns are the toughest, most durable of all airsoft guns because they're made with the fewest breakable pieces.
- Velocity: Approximately 370 fps with 0.2-gram BBs, 420 fps with 0.12-gram BBs
- Effective range: 117 feet
- Capacity: 25 rounds for direct feed, or 5 shells
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My local airsoft store tells me this is an old design but a good one. It's the best -- maybe the only -- only airsoft rifle I found with bolt action and hard sights (I can't all them "iron sights" because they're plastic!), that doesn't look overtly military.
Assembly was pretty easy, with decent instructions. One questonable feature: the barrel is not indexed to the receiver; you have to rotate it to align the front sight by eye. But evidently I got it pretty close.
The bolt action is a bit heavy but manageable; even my daughter can do it, although not from the shoulder. Considering that it's a smoothbore, it's pretty accurate. It shot way high with 0.20 g BBs, even after I backed-off the hop-up; it does much better with 0.30 g rounds.
The five-round magazine and plastic "brass" works well and looks realistic; however, the stick magazine is much less tedious. At one point, the little rubbery interior sleeve slipped out of the feed adapter, causing the gun to jam repeatedly. A dab of urethane glue fixed that problem.
One other kink: this gun is long! It's hard to find an inexpensive rifle bag to fit.
So it's not perfect but I'm very happy with it.
Very strong gun. It shoots straight through a full soda can at medium distance.
It is a spring gun which means less parts. Less parts means less of a chance to break.
Long barrel provides amazing accuracy.
Bolt action looks very nice. The gun comes with 10 plastic "shells" that actually eject when pulling back the bolt. The gun has one of the most realistic mechanisms I've ever seen.
I would have liked the shells to be made of brass or some kind of metal so when it ejects and falls on to the floor, it makes that characteristic ping noise.
The plastic parts don't feel cheap but it doesn't make the bolt action sound as real as if it was made of metal.
If you want to mount a scope, you can't just buy the scope and slap it on. There is no rail on this gun so you have to buy a rail for about 20 dollars and then mount that on before mounting the scope.
Overall it is a great gun for the money. Shoots fast, looks real, and is very acurrate.
The rifle itself is great fun, from the bolt-action to the ejecting shells. It's also very powerful and accurate making shooting distanced targets a breeze. Being bolt-action reloading is a slow process but the rifle comes with a high capacity magazine that negates the shells and only requires the bolt to be cocked. It's also possible to mount a bipod and scope if you're so inclined.
There are some downsides though; The bolt takes a bit of muscle and if it doesn't get pulled back all the way the shell won't eject properly and the bolt will slide back loading another shell while the used shell is still in the chamber. Easily avoided with a fast pull back. There's only 10 shells so you'll have to load them up frequently and using the hi-cap magazine kills the novelty. Removing the magazine isn't the best as you have to slide your finger into the gun chamber to push it out from the bottom and larger fingers can get scraped on the sharp sides. The piece that gets placed in the chamber for the high-cap mag to work is tricky getting out. Also, the rails to mount a scope and bipod aren't included with the standard package. These complaints are nitpicky at best.
Definitely worth the price.