Airsoft WW2 & Period Guns

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Airsoft WW2 & Period Guns

King Arms M1A1 Thompson (Real Wood)

£440.00
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Airsoft WW2 & Period Guns

King Arms M1 Paratrooper (C02)

£370.00
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Airsoft WW2 & Period Guns

King Arms M1 Carbine (CO2)

£370.00
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Airsoft WW2 & Period Guns

S&T Kar98k Bolt Action Rifle (Spring)

£350.00
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£150.00
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Airsoft Submachine Guns

JG VZ61 Scorpion AEP

£90.00
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Airsoft WW2 & Period Guns

King Arms M2 Carbine (Gas)

£420.00
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Airsoft WW2 & Period Guns

King Arms M2 Paratrooper (Gas)

£420.00
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Airsoft WW2 & Period Guns

S&T Sterling MK5 (L34A1)

£380.00
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Airsoft WW2 & Period Guns

S&T Sterling MK7 ‘Para Pistol’

£380.00
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£145.00
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Airsoft Support Guns

S&T M1918 BAR Real wood WW2 AEG

£370.00
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£315.00

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Airsoft WW2 & Period Guns

With our WW2 and period guns category, you can set up a historical loadout for yourself.

We have rifles, submachine guns and pistols for your WW2 loadouts – plus a ton of rifles and pistols for your Vietnam and cold war era loadouts, or why not ‘go wild’ with a range of revolvers for your wild west loadouts?

17th Century Airsoft Guns

We carry reliable and fantastic-looking airsoft replicas of all eras, as early as a 17th-century airsoft flintlock pistol going all the way up to the Vietnam era M16. Whatever your historic loadout, I’m sure Socom can find the right rifle for you!

World War 2 Airsoft Guns

One of the most popular airsoft loadouts is the US WW2 paratrooper, and we have the King Arms M1 Paratrooper rifle to go with it.

We do try to carry all spare magazines in stock where we can, but can sometimes be a bit tricky for WW2 rifles as you’re limited to 1 or 2 manufacturers as a pose to spare M4 magazines, which are very easy to find with various manufacturers and styles.

Wild West Airsoft Guns

If you want more of a challenge or just something very cool, we stock the King Arms SAA Peacemaker revolvers with a full metal build and awesome look to go with it as well as the S&T Model 1887 lever-action shotgun for the ultimate CQB Wild West loadout.

Whatever the historical period you want to do a loadout for, we here at Socom Tactical will surely have the airsoft weapons for you.

All of our airsoft WW2 and Period guns are available as RIF or Two Tone airsoft guns. Models that replicate guns pre-1870 are exempt from the VCR Act and do not require two-tone.

Plus, all airsoft guns are available with 0% interest finance.

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FAQs

Absolutely, our war-period airsoft guns are perfect for reenactments. They offer a realistic and authentic experience, closely mimicking the appearance and feel of historical firearms.

The most realistic WW2 airsoft gun in our collection is the Thompson M1A1 Submachine Gun. It replicates the classic American submachine gun with remarkable detail, from weight to aesthetics, providing enthusiasts with an authentic WWII combat experience.

Two-tone WW2 airsoft guns are required for individuals in the UK who do not have a valid defence under the Violent Crime Reduction Act. This law stipulates that airsoft guns must be partially painted in a bright colour if the owner is not a registered skirmisher or reenactor.

Read our article on two-tone airsoft guns to find more info about the requirements and our service.

In the UK, owning a realistic airsoft gun is legal for individuals over 18, provided they have a valid defence under the Violent Crime Reduction Act (VCRA) 2006, such as being a member of an insured airsoft site or participating in historical reenactments.

No, replica guns, including airsoft replicas, are not lethal. They are designed to fire non-lethal plastic pellets and are used primarily for recreational purposes, sports, and historical reenactments. However, they should be used responsibly and with proper safety gear to prevent injury.