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Tokyo Marui KSG Gas Shotgun
Power Source:Green Gas / Top Gas
Shooting Mode: 3/6 BBS
Pump action shotguns, were invented in 1882, which made it possible to load the next shell into the chamber by moving the fore end back and forth in a pumping motion, which has become the foundation for the modern shotgun.
Invented in the United States, the KSG is a pump-action type shotgun but it adopted the unusual bullpup style . Since the chamber is located in the back it makes the gun compact while keeping a relatively long barrel.
To further its uniqueness the KSG features two tubular magazines under the barrel. Each tube holds up to a maximum of seven shells and can be fired one after another for all 14 of them. In addition, you can select which tube you would like to use whither it be left or right, this can be done by using the selector lever found at the ejection port.
Tokyo Marui are continuing with their shotgun trend that shoots between 3 to 6 BBs at a time (its either 3 or 6, you cant choose anything in between). Going with tradition of its older shotgun lines, this new KSG also has 3 inner barrels, each equipped with a fixed hop-up. Each shell has a capacity of 30 BBs, so you can keep shooting until the shell runs out of ammo before ejecting it. The gun holds two shells but can only load one shell at a time, and it only comes with 1 shell on purchase. Of course, additional shells are available for sale separately. The gas is stored in a removable gas cartridge stored in the stock of the gun, and additional gas tanks are also sold separately.
Picatinny rail interface are also available on the top and bottom of the gun that allows mounting foregrips, laser designators, flash lights, scopes and sling mounts etc according to users preference. Flip up iron sights are available on the top rail. Cheek rest are available on both sides of the stock. Refillable gas tank is also accessible from the back of the stock once the butt plate has been removed.
This shotgun was featured in the movie John Wick.