Airsoft Sniper Rifles

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Airsoft Sniper Rifles

Socom Tactical is a leading UK retailer of airsoft sniper rifles in the UK. We supply spring-powered bolt action sniper rifles and some gas variants and Electric sniper rifles so you can choose the perfect one for you.

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Airsoft Sniper Rifles

Silverback Tac-41P Polymer Sport


Airsoft Sniper Rifles

Jing Gong AK Dragunov SVD AEG


Airsoft Sniper Rifles

Tokyo Marui VSR-ONE Sniper Rifle

Original price was: £845.00.Current price is: £800.00.

Airsoft Sniper Rifles

Maple Leaf VSR-10 BB Stoper

Original price was: £490.00.Current price is: £450.00.
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Airsoft Sniper Rifles

Cyma CM701 VSR Sniper Rifle

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Why Choose An Airsoft Sniper Gun?

Airsoft Sniper Rifles are for players who want to have an edge on the playing field. It takes a lot of skill and practice to use an airsoft sniper rifle effectively, but when used correctly, they can be incredibly powerful weapons.

There are a few things that you need to keep in mind when using an airsoft sniper rifle. First of all, you need to be aware of your surroundings at all times.

You need to know where your teammates are, and where the enemy is. It’s also important to be patient and take your time when shooting! 

Don’t rush your shots, and make sure you have a good line of sight before you pull the trigger.

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Sniper Rifle Ammo

One of the most important things to remember when using an airsoft sniper rifle is that you need to be very aware of your ammo.

Sniper rifles typically have a very limited amount of ammo, so you need to make every shot count. Don’t waste your shots by shooting at targets that are too far away, or by spraying bullets wildly in the hope of hitting something.

Our sniper rifle range consists of higher-powered guns up to 500 FPS with some packages coming with a scope and/or bipod in the box.

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Long Barrels

Airsoft Snipers are perfect for longer-range engagements that might not require the extreme range of a sniper. DMRs may have an attached telescopic sight, and quickly deployed stabilising bipod to allow optimised accuracy and low recoil in temporarily fixed situations.

They are also available with an adjustable stock. 

All of our airsoft sniper rifles are available as RIF or two tone airsoft guns and with 0% interest finance.

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 When used correctly, airsoft sniper rifles are incredibly accurate. However, there are a few things that you need to keep in mind in order to get the most accuracy out of your airsoft rifle. First of all, you need to make sure that your rifle is properly zeroed. This means that you need to adjust the sights on your rifle so that they are lined up correctly with the barrel. 


You also need to be aware of the wind speed and direction, as this can affect the trajectory of your shots. Finally, it’s important to practice shooting as often as possible so that you can get a feel for how your rifle shoots.

The effective range of an airsoft sniper rifle will vary depending on the make and model of the rifle. Some airsoft rifles are designed for long-range shooting, while others are better suited for shorter-range engagements. It’s important to know the effective range of your rifle so that you can make the most of its capabilities.

To load an sniper magazine, first make sure that the BBs you are using are the correct size for your gun. Most sniper rifles use 6mm BBs. Once you have the correct BBs, simply pour them into the magazine until it is full. Make sure that you do not overfill the magazine, as this can cause problems with feeding and jamming.