Airsoft Ammo, Gas & Pyrotechnics
Socom Tactical are one of the leading airsoft ammo suppliers in the UK, stocking a wide variety of gas and pyrotechnics to suit your needs. From traditional green gas to the new “ultra” green gas, we have you covered!
All airsoft players will need a plentiful supply of ammunition and airsoft gas, so we make sure to stock a good range of both. We’ve got traditional 6mm BBs in various weights and materials, as well as the increasingly popular 8mm pellets.
Airsoft BB Weights
From standard 0.20g BBs up to heavier 0.43g BBs, each weight, make and type have been fully tested out by our staff to ensure that you’re getting the best possible ammo for your money.
Unsure what ammo you need? Our team will be more than happy to chat with you about this.
We’ve all been there – you’re in the heat of battle and your gas runs out. Thankfully, we stock a good range of airsoft gas so that you can be sure to stay in the fight.
To make sure your gas blowback pistol or airsoft rifle hit the mark, you’ll find a diverse range of quality gas in our online store.We’ve got traditional green gas, as well as red gas, black gas and ultra green gas.
From smoke grenades to thunderflash grenades, we’ve got a wide variety of pyrotechnics to choose from.
For the best results, we recommend using quality BBs and gas with your pyrotechnics. This will ensure that you get the most out of your airsoft grenade and make a big impact on the battlefield!
Want something more unique? You’ll love our mines and booby traps that add a whole new dimension to your airsoft game. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro, be sure to stock up on ammo, gas and pyrotechnics from Socom Tactical!
The weight of the BBs you use will have an impact on both the range and accuracy of your shots. Heavier BBs will travel further but be less affected by wind, while lighter BBs will be more affected by wind but travel further.
The main difference between green gas and red gas is the amount of silicone oil that is added. Green gas typically has more silicone oil, which makes it better for protecting your airsoft gun from corrosion.
Red gas, on the other hand, has less silicone oil. This makes it better for cold weather games, as the silicone oil can solidify in colder temperatures.
The main difference between black gas and green gas is the amount of propane that is added. Black gas typically has more propane, which makes it better for providing a stronger muzzle velocity.
Green gas, on the other hand, has less propane. This makes it better for games that are played in warmer weather, as the propane can evaporate in hotter temperatures.
When not in use, it is best to store your airsoft gas in a cool, dry place. You should also make sure that the gas is not exposed to direct sunlight, as this can cause it to deteriorate.