Double Eagle M3 Long Barrel Multi-Shot Spring Airsoft Shotgun (Black)[O02D00][04511 / M56AL]
The Double Eagle Shotgun Spring Shotgun is a replica of the famous Tokyo Marui M3 Shotgun. It is fed by a replica shotgun shell that loads 3 BBs into 3 separate barrels with every action. The 3 barrel design is the best way to accurately shoot multiple BBs at the same time. Although the gun is made primarily of plastic the structure is very sturdy.
Manufacturer: Double Eagle
Muzzle Velocity: 290-310FPS
Shell Capacity: 30 rounds
- Manufacturer: Double Eagles
got this as my first airsoft gun (other than a few cheap spring pistols i used in the past) and took it to a pistol and shotgun night at a local indoor cqb field and it dominated. the range and power of this gun surprised me. it shoots very accurately even up to about 60 or 70 feet, which is definitely good for a spring shotgun and it was pretty powerful fps wise. i did have a few minor issues though, i would recommend getting either the bravo or double eagle (theyre essentially both the same) with the shorter barrel and/or retractable stock as this shotgun is at least 3 feet long and a bit awkward for close quarters, room to room combat. also the sling attachment points are near the end of the barrel and the butt of the stock, so you cant really use a one point sling, so if you were to run out of ammo or just had to pull out your sidearm for whatever reason you would have to take a couple seconds to sling it on your back which is not very ideal for cqb. overall this is a great gun for the price.
affordable-great quality for the price
pistol group and front handguard for the pump have a rubber feel
metal barrel and other parts
very good accuracy and range
easy to reload
can easily use without a side arm with at least 7 shells
shells are cheap
pretty long for cqb
sling attachment points are not in very convenient places
pistol group and stock are separated from the reciever and barrel by a seam and it is wobbly, once the stock came loose from the reciever but was fairly easy to push back in
can be hard to pump if you are younger
I've had this gun for about 3 or 4 months now an I have to say it was well worth my money. This is quite possibly the best gun for players who are just getting into airsoft for a few reasons. It's spring so you don't have to worry about gas/co2 or charging batteries, you can just get out and play. Another reason why it's such a great gun for beginners is that it performs extremely well for being just a spring shotgun, and it's cheap too (I can hit people consistently from about 60 or 70 feet, although it does preform best at a closer rangel) . Overall a great gun and a must for shotgun lovers or beginners look for a cheap, fun, performing gun.
Good weight for a more realistic feel
comfortable to hold
Outstanding range (for a spring gun)
Tri-shot (shoots 3 bbs)
Metal where it needs to be
plastic is pretty durable, hasnt cracked or broken so far
easy to use
It can be slam fired
very cheap (great for beginning players, or just as a sidearm)
The way the gun is built, the stock is separated from the receiver, so it wobbled but it's pretty easy to fix with super glue or electical tape
The way the sling points are, you can't wear a 1 point sling
very long (which isn't necessarily a con but I play cqb so it's a bit awkward cornering)
it doesn't shoot fire
A lot more bang out of your buck if you buy this shotgun. Sights fell out, but a little JB Welder can fix that. I tested this in a close quarters field, and it performed spectacularly. I'll give this shotgun a 9.5/10.
Performed well against AEG's and gas pistols in combat.
Feels awesome to just pump the shotgun.
Strengthens team morale (somehow).
Overall great beginner's gun.
Sights fell off from just twirling it like an extreme ROTC cadet, but was easily repaired.
Very little to no distinction between dry-firing and actually firing BB's down range, so I can't tell if I spent all ten shots until I get shot or someone points it out for me.
People who borrow my shotgun say it's very hard to pump it. I do a lot of calisthenics, so I have no problem with it.
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how long is the gun and what case should i buy
its a long gun and i dint want it to break in the back of my car durring transporting
1934 days ago
(I have this same question)
About 40 inches
1828 days ago