The UTG Navy Seal Spring Pistol Airsoft Gun is constructed from plastic that keeps the weight down but is not as durable as its high end metal counter part. The UTG Navy Seal Spring Pistol is operated by racking the slide which cocks the spring for a single shot. The spring system used in this gun allows it to be very affordable, however it is not skirmishable or realistic. The UTG Navy Seal Spring Pistol has realistic features such as realistic sights, slide cocking serrations, textured grip and magazine release. Despite the realistic features, the UTG Navy Seal Spring Pistol leaves much to be desired in the authenticity department.
Although the UTG Navy Seal Spring Pistol may be adequate for a display piece or prop, there are much better options for skirmishable airsoft guns that are still affordable. A spring shotgun such as the Bravo 3 Burst Full Stock Shotgun Spring Airsoft Gun which is only $25 more and features a much more realistic action as well as a much higher build quality. Although, if you are set on purchasing a high quality hand gun then you should save up a purchase a Gas blow back handgun, GBB airsoft guns are the most realistic guns you can buy. You can check out our full line of high quality gas blow back handguns here, Airsoft Gas Power Pistols
As previously stated, this gun is not field ready due to its low performance. Although due to its realistic look and features, this gun is a great choice for use in film productions or as a great display piece. Please do not expect to be able to compete with high quality airsoft guns while using this low cost airsoft gun. This gun is not serviceable and does not come with a warranty of any kind.
bought this just for the sole purpose of a prop and its actually not bad. Though it is NOT any use in an actual skirmish it is very accurate with .30 gram bbs.
fun to plink with
obviously not skirmish ready
mock suppressor makes it louder
2013-01-18 08:53:52 E. STEVENS
For: UTG Navy Seal Spring Pistol Airsoft Gun
This is literally the worst airsoft gun I have ever owned. It's like an H&K Mk23 with a glock-style grip. The trigger guard is completely irrelevant because of how big it is. The mock silencer is useless and did nothing more than break the barrel of the gun. Which split in two, keeping the slide from cocking back, keeping the gun from actually being able to even function as anything more than a "Display piece or prop". So, I don't blame ASGI at all for that label whatsoever.
Basically if you want this gun to work, don't put the silencer on. at all. And don't fire it....
and don't buy it. hahaha
Mk23-type appearance with a glock style grip