With 25 shotguns to choose from, we have compiled a list of all the shotguns and ranked the best one in each price range.
Stand out: DE M56B shotgun tri-shot 3 rounds
The M56B and CM350 are well-matched as suggested by the same price but there are a couple of things that give the M56B the edge.
The design is unique in that the shotgun looks like a pistol and is almost 1kg lighter than the CM350 allowing you to move around the battlefield quickly and putting less strain on you from carrying it around.
Stand out: Double Eagle m63 Spas 12 Tri shot shotgun
In a price range dominated by the Double Eagle brand, this is the tri-shot shotgun that stands above the rest.
With a firing range of up to 50ft, it is one of the more capable shotguns from a larger distance and more ground can be covered by lofting shots upwards.
With this Tri Shotgun, you can shoot 3 BBs at a time like most others in this price range but provides the added benefit of having an adjustable hop-up and 2 shell-style magazines.
It also includes a Rubberised butt pad and pistol grip which makes it easy to grip and to hold for long periods of time.
Pushing the pump to ready your shot, along with a satisfying click, gives you a real sense of being an action hero.
Stand out: Cyma Tactical m870 operator shotgun – Black
This shotgun is a unique replica with its custom stock and handguard design which is rare among shotguns.
It also comes with Adjustable Rear Ironsight to account for windage and a fixed front Ironsight as well as a trigger lock.
This replica was produced with the airsoft market in mind and you can fit a sling on it which can be used to suit you whether you are left-handed or right-handed.
This spring-powered shotgun is good for both short and long-range combat as it comes with a tactical folding stock so that you can adjust it to suit your needs.
Made from a mixture of metal and a durable polymer to give it a realistic look, improve durability and is easy to use due to the anti-slip texture on the front grip.
Shotgun shells from other manufacturers can be used in this so if you want a new shotgun but still have ammo leftover from an old one, you can go ahead and use it.
Tokyo Marui m870 Breacher £290.00
While being one of the smaller shotguns on the market, this gun still packs a punch.
It may be small but it isn’t subtle.
This shotgun can fire up to 7 BBs per shot with improved range, accuracy and power and range thanks to the inner barrels.
The ease of reloading and turning the safety on and off is a real plus.
The safety, located behind the barrel release, is changed with a simple click forward or back while the shells are partially pushed out by the ejector, making reloading simple and quick.
Stand out: Tokyo Marui SGR 12 Tri Shot Shotgun
If you’ve come this far, you may as well look towards the most expensive shotgun. This shotgun offers a variety of choice to start with and can be improved further by buying additional items.
The shooting mode can be either semi or fully automatic, boasts a new design motor and comes equipped with a “3 Cylinder Mechabox.”
The majority of the shotgun is made of metal which gives the gun a very professional, realistic look although it is on the heavy side weighing over 4kg.