Airsoft Guns, Rifles, Shotguns & Sniper Rifles
Looking for airsoft guns for sale? Look no further than Socom Tactical, the premier airsoft shop in the UK.
We offer a huge collection of airsoft weapons, including assault rifles, pistols, shotguns, replica guns, and support weapons, as well as airsoft equipment like ammo, gas, and pellets.
Our selection also includes airsoft shotguns and two-tone airsoft guns for beginners without a UKARA licence. Buy airsoft guns with confidence from Socom Tactical, where we are committed to providing excellent customer service.
Which Airsoft Gun Is Right For You?
If you’re looking for the best airsoft guns and accessories, look no further than Socom Tactical!
We have everything from spring airsoft guns to electric and gas BB weapons.
We also stock a wide variety of grenade attachments for weapons, launchers and mortars too, making you the perfect support asset on the battlefield. Designed to target a clustered group of opponents, an airsoft grenade launcher is a perfect weapon to use for clearing out opposing airsoft players.
Let’s take a look at the many styles and types of airsoft guns to make your buying decision simpler.
Airsoft Two Tone Guns
For airsoft players without a UKARA licence, a two-tone airsoft gun is a perfect weapon for beginners!
Two-tone airsoft guns are designed so that the barrel and other important parts are painted different colours than the body of the gun, usually orange or another bright colour.
We recommend: Kings Arms PDW 9mm SBR SD
Discover a vast array of airsoft pistols at Socom Tactical, ranging from gas blowback models to more tactical options.
Choose the ideal gun for your needs and customise it to perfection with our selection of stocks, scopes, magazines and more.
We recommend: WE G17 Gen 5 Gas Blowback Pistol
Airsoft Assault Rifles
Airsoft assault rifles are popular among airsoft players due to the realistic look and feel they provide.
These weapons offer a range of customisation options, allowing players to tailor them to their individual preferences and needs.
Players can select from an array of attachments and parts to accessorise the rifle, making it perfect for any playstyle or situation.
We recommend: Valken ASL+ Kilo 45 M5 AEG
Airsoft Sniper Rifles
Airsoft sniper rifles offer players the ultimate in precision and range, allowing them to shoot their opponents from unimaginable distances with accuracy.
Players love these weapons for their unique capabilities, as well as their realistic look and feel – plus, they come with plenty of customisation options to give your rifle a more personalised touch.
With incredible range and accuracy, Airsoft sniper rifles will help you take down your enemies from almost anywhere!
We recommend: Modify MOD24 SPS
Airsoft shotguns provide players with a powerful and realistic close-quarters option for dominating their opponents.
These weapons have a unique feel to them, thanks to their slow rate of fire and their reliable spread, meaning they can take down multiple targets in a single shot.
Players use airsoft shotguns primarily as a side arm support weapon and love them for their versatility in tight situations.
We recommend: S&T Tactical M870 Spring Shotgun
Airsoft Gun Types
Spring Airsoft Guns
A spring BB airsoft gun incorporates a cock and fire mechanism that is incredibly simple to operate. It simply requires the operator to pull back the slide before each shot.
Furthermore, they’re much cheaper to run since they don’t require any batteries, typically used in Airsoft Sniper Rifles, or gas to operate.
We offer a range of spring airsoft guns that come in all shapes and sizes. Common sniper rifles from Socom Tactical include JG VSR / bar10 G-Spec Sniper, with scope, or the Action Army AAC T11 Sniper Rifle.
Electric Airsoft Guns
Electric Airsoft Guns, commonly known as AEGs, are usually the most common type of airsoft rifle amongst airsoft players.
An AEG is a battery-powered airsoft weapon that can be fired in fully-auto or semi. AEGs usually have a rechargeable battery that can be easily charged after each time the gun is used.
An AEG can fire an airsoft BB at a velocity that ranges between 280 to 350 FPS. It’s common for an electric mechanism to be used for airsoft assault rifles and for newcomers, starting with an electric airsoft gun is a great choice because they’re much easier to operate.
At Socom Tactical, we offer a range of AEGs that are incredibly popular across the UK. From the Valken ASL rifles to the Arthurian Airsoft Range. For more information on the best AEG for you, get in touch with our specialist staff.
Gas Airsoft Guns
A gas airsoft gun uses compressed gas to fire the airsoft bullet down the gun barrel. The majority of gas airsoft guns come in the form of a pistol. A gas airsoft gun is fired by magazines of CO2 cartridges that are used to fire the bullets.
Gas airsoft guns are typically the most realistic out of the three versions of a mechanism used for airsoft guns. Our range of popular airsoft pistols includes the popular WE G17 Gen 5 Gas Blowback Pistol and the Action Army AAP-01 Assassin Pistol.
Airsoft Grenade Launchers
Are you looking to make a big impact on the battlefield?
At Socom Tactical, we offer a range of airsoft grenade launchers that are specifically designed to fire large-calibre projectiles such as Airsoft 40mm Moscarts.
We’re the leading retailer that offers the most popular airsoft grenade launchers in the UK. By opting for the popular airsoft M203 grenade launcher or the compact, Arthurian “The Lance” Pistol 40mm Grenade Launcher, Socom Tactical is here to supply you with the best airsoft guns on the market.
Airsoft guns are replica firearms that shoot small plastic pellets or BBs. They are designed to mimic real firearms in their appearance, weight, and functionality, but are not intended to cause serious harm. Airsoft guns are often used for recreational activities such as competitive games or training exercises.
Airsoft guns use compressed air or gas to propel small plastic pellets or BBs at a target. They typically use either electric, gas, or spring-powered mechanisms to fire the BBs. The pellets are usually 6mm in diameter and can travel at speeds of up to 500 feet per second.
While airsoft guns are designed to be non-lethal and generally safe, they can still cause injury if used improperly. It is important to always wear appropriate protective gear and use caution when handling airsoft guns. Airsoft guns should only be used in designated areas and with proper supervision.
Airsoft guns come in a variety of types and styles, including rifles, pistols, shotguns, and submachine guns. They can also be categorised based on their power source, such as electric, gas, or spring-powered guns.
No, airsoft guns are not typically loud. The pellets they shoot are very small, so they don’t make a lot of noise when they hit something. If you are using an airsoft gun indoors, you might want to use ear protection to avoid damaging your hearing.
In most countries, airsoft guns do not require a license or registration as they are not considered firearms. However, laws and regulations may vary depending on the country or state. It is important to check local laws and regulations before purchasing or using an airsoft gun. For the UK, please check here.
Yes, airsoft guns can be modified or upgraded to improve their performance or customize their appearance. However, it is important to only make modifications that are legal and safe.
While both airsoft guns and paintball guns are used for recreational activities, they differ in their ammunition and the way they operate. Airsoft guns shoot small plastic pellets while paintball guns shoot paint-filled capsules. Airsoft guns are also typically designed to mimic real firearms while paintball guns have a more distinct look.