UTG Multi Shot Combat M3 L Spring Airsoft Shotgun (Black)[O10D00][03133 / SOFT-M3L]
The UTG M3S Multi-Shot 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.
Muzzle Velocity: 290-310FPS
Shell Capacity: 30 rounds
Package Includes: Gun, 2 Shells, Sling, Speed Loader, Unjamming Rod.
- Manufacturer: Leapers
This gun has worked wonders for me at my local CQC field, especially for the price tag. It is also very durable for a polymer/plastic gun, even after being banged into multiple walls. My only problem has been the large plastic cover on the back coming off, but it's not anything you can't fix.
*Great grouping for a shotgun
*Not too expensive
*Plastic piece coming off
*Takes some muscle to pump(I don't personally mind it, but some people might)
I bought this shotgun a year ago to serve as a reliable, low-cost backup when my AEG started to go on the fritz. I wanted something with minimal complexity that could nonetheless keep me in the game against my friends and their AEGs and sniper rifles. I have to say, I have not been disappointed. Even now, having replaced my old, broken Echo 1 G36c with an Airsoft GI custom AEG (a fantastic weapon, I might add), I still go back to this tri-shot every now and again, simply because it's that much fun to use. If you're looking for a low-cost weapon that will keep you in the game, look no further. As a spring-powered tri-shot, you're still going to have to get the first shot off if you go up against somebody with an automatic, but the three rounds you fire are going to make sure you hit whoever you aim at. I'd recommend getting some extra shells and a buttstock holder for them to make sure you have enough ammo on hand, since the ten shots you get out of shell are just not going to be enough.
-Solid (plastic) construction
-Accurate and powerful to 30 ft. (I dropped a sniper who was parked on the roof of a two-story building from the ground level)
-Reliable (few moving parts to break, not restricted to battery life or gas volume)
-Overall it's a decent primary and a fantastic backup
-Plastic construction keeps it lightweight (it's a pro if that's what you're looking for, a con if you want higher realism)
-Pump is much harder to pull back than on a real shotgun
-Limited ammo capacity (those 10 shots go by real quick)
-No accessory rails
I ordered this utg shotgun nearly 2 years ago and it still shoots like it did back then. It's a fun awesome gun. It's plastic construction is solid. Don't get me wrong it's no marui, but for what was 70$ at the time and now for 60$ it's a great value. That said I recommend it as a secondary because head to head it's no match for an aeg if your sneaky and have extra shells maybe. And it's definitely perfect for a flank. Even from afar the guns tight groupings make it great for field play. Strangely enough it's not very good for cqb because the slow pumping and tight grouping make it better for a slow methodical game play. Overall very good but I have some gripes. 2 shells is not a lot get a package with more. And the Speed reloaded is cheap.other than that it's fine.
Accurate especially for a shotgun
Sight image (white painted)
tight groupings like a real shotgun
Comfortable rubber handle and pump
Not good for cqb (like a real shotgun)
Speed reloader is cheap
Not enough shells
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