Tokyo Marui KSG Airsoft Shotgun
This fantastic Airsoft Shotgun of the awesome KSG from Tokyo Marui is a real treat for CQB fans. The shotgun is equipped with 3 internal barrels, so it shoots depending on the mode: 3 or 6 BBs at the same time (the switch is under the barrel cover).
Tokyo Marui KSG Shotgun: Perfect For CQB
Airsoft BBs are loaded into a 30-round dummy shotgun shell, which is then placed in the cartridge chamber located at the rear of the replica. This is due to the fact that the rifle was designed in the Bullpup system, which translates into exceptional compactness, perfect for CQB operations, with a long barrel length.
The gas tank is in the stock and has the form of a pull-out magazine. The system is very economical and straight forward in use, one gas cartridge gives about 70 shots!
As in the real weapon, the Tokyo Marui KSG is entirely made of durable polymer, except for the outer barrel, the gas magazine and the top RIS rail. The stock foot is made of hard rubber, and its shape prevents slipping from the arm. The Tokyo Marui gas replicas have been famous for their excellent reliability and Japanese-build quality, perfect internal components that perform for years. This is a class in itself.
Specifications Of The Tokyo Marui KSG Shotgun
- Made By Tokyo Marui
- Fire Mode: Single fire
- Type of magazine: Shells
- Magazine capacity of 30 Rounds
- Made out of polymer and metal
- Powered by Gas
- Length: 666mm
- Weight: 2890g
Tokyo Marui KSG Shotgun: Pump Action Shotguns
Pump action shotguns were invented in 1882, which made it possible to load the next shell into the chamber by moving the fore end back and forth in a pumping motion, which has become the foundation for the modern shotgun. Invented in the United States, the “KSG” is a pump-action type shotgun but it adopted the unusual bullpup style. Since the chamber is located in the back it makes the gun compact while keeping a relatively long barrel. To further its uniqueness the KSG features two tubular magazines under the barrel.
Each tube holds up to a maximum of seven shells and can be fired one after another for all 14 of them. In addition, you can select which tube you would like to use whether it be left or right, this can be done by using the selector lever found at the ejection port.