Airsoft Glock 26 Pistol Review
Airsoft Glock 26 Style Pistol is a 1/1 plastic
replica of the Glock 26 semi-automatic pistol. It shoots 6mm plastic BBs and
is powered by a spring and must be cocked for each shot. It is very
inexpensive and easy to maintain. It uses no gas or batteries.
Airsoft is not a real gun! It is a replica of a real gun that is made to
look like a real gun. All Airsoft guns have an orange blaze on the tip of
the muzzle to differentiate it from a real gun. It is illegal to remove the
Airsoft Glock 26 Pistol Features
Full Scale (1/1) Replica of a Glock 26
Shoots around 280 FPS
10 Round Capacity Clip
Uses 6 mm BB Bullets
What is Airsoft?
Airsoft is a recreational shooting activity that uses replica firearms that
shoot plastic BBs. Individuals use them for fun and gaming (like
paintball). They are also used by the military and police for training
purposes. These guns are the hottest item in "toy" guns. They are made to
look exactly like a real gun. They shoot lightweight plastic BBs or pellets
and come in many models ranging from sniper rifles, machine guns and
pistols. You can spend a few dollars for some Springer type models or you can spend hundreds of dollars for the top of the line
Types of Airsoft Weapons
There are three basic categories of weapons; Springers, AEG's and Gas Guns. Each having their own uses and features.
Springers - First models of that were made. As the name implies they use
spring power as the force to propel the BB's. Springers comprise the
simpler, old fashioned and less expensive models and may not be as
suited for gaming as other models.
AEG's - Airsoft Electric Guns
(AEG's) are the next stage of evolution of weapons and employ a
battery, motor and a gearbox in their design. AEG's can fire full auto.
AEG's are commonly seen in gaming areas.
Gas Guns - Use
pressurized gas (HFC134a or HFC22) as a propellant to drive the BB. The
most common models of gas guns are handguns, but they also come
in rifles and even grenade launchers. Gas guns come in two types,
Non-blowbacks (NBB's) and Gas-blowbacks (GBB's). Non-blowbacks (NBB's)
have a fixed slide. Gas-blowbacks (GBB's) have a slide that recoils like
a real pistol
An Airsoft gun uses a 6mm or 8mm plastic pellet for a bullet which typically
has a muzzle velocity of less than 180 meters per second (600 feet) which is
generally considered safe when used in a controlled environment and with
safety equipment like protective eyewear. Airsoft guns are designed to
create a back-spin on the pellet to increase its accuracy and effective
range. If you get hit by an Airsoft pellet you will feel a sting but it
won't break the skin or cause any lasting damage. If you're shot at close
range you may get a red mark, but it will soon fade.
How can you tell an Airsoft gun from a real gun?
Airsoft guns are designed to look real. So real that it
is hard to distinguish them from the real thing. The only obvious
distinguishing feature is that it has a bright orange tip
on the front of the barrel. These tips are sometimes painted over to
disguise the fact that it is a toy rather than a gun.
Used almost solely for recreational purposes.
Law enforcement and the military for training purposes.
Authored By Mike Coviello (Tanner)
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