Model Number: ZX-2030-SPRING
This is a Full Scale Heavy Weight XM8 Airsoft Gun that not only looks good but has a great feel to it, it also has a variable 3 point stock to match your playing style. This gun is very intimidating at almost 3 feet long and has a rail on the back that allows you to add a scope or laser later on if you want. With safety in mind this Rifle also comes with a free pair of Safety Glasses.
The XM8 was a developmental U.S. military designation and project name for a lightweight assault rifle system that was under development by the United States Army from the late 1990s to early 2000s.
- 3 Point Adjustable Stock System (Collapsible)
- Integrated Carrying Handle
- Pump Action
- Full Scale Size
- Heavy Weight
- Spring XM8 Pump Action Rifle FPS-250 Collapsible Stock Airsoft Gun
- Safety Glasses
- Sample Bag of BBs
- FPS: 250
- Magazine Capacity: 200
- Size: 35 Inches
This is a Spring Airsoft 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 Airsoft Guns are the toughest, most durable of all Airsoft Guns, because theyre 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.
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Overall Raing: 5 out of 5 stars
Top Customer Reviews
By: Prince Of Bel-airsoft on March 16, 2012
This gun is amazing! The rate of fire is so fast! Such a steal at this price! Great power!
By: Ss=super Stud on March 08, 2012
this gun looks cool,but where is the scope thats in the pictures!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
By: Gost on February 06, 2012
Ive used this gun but do not own it, i dont use the sights but is very reliable
By: Hio Person on February 05, 2012
do you guys recommend this?
By: Mgm on January 01, 2012
It looks cool but is it accurate?
By: Beast on December 14, 2011
it made me go in 0: for like 10 days
By: Varon on November 14, 2011