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Tokyo Marui HK45 6mm Airsoft GBB Pistol RIF

Availability: In stock

£165.00

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6mm gas blow back airsoft pistol

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£165.00

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This new pistol from Tokyo Marui has a very nice quality plastic slide and grip and fires at around 280 FPS (with 144a gas). This has a 26 round capacity magazine, locks back on empty, and has a working decocker on the safety and is fully ambidextrous. This is made by Tokyo Marui and is compatible with many after market spares, accessories and upgrades. This also has a tac rail on the front for attaching torches or lasers and has two different back grips to adjust the size of the grip. This is designed for 144a gas only, I have heard reports that it will run on Green Gas but only use it at your own risk.

Dont forget to order your 144a Gas and 6mm BBs with this product.

 You MUST be 18 or over to purchase this.

Please note this is a VCRA applicable Realistic Imitation Firearm. You must be UKARA registered (or have a defence under the VCRA) to purchase this as is, for more information please click here. Please contact us or state your UKARA registration number in the comments box when you order.

 If needed we can spray this for you (at an extra cost of £10.00) so that it meets the requirements to allow anyone over 18 to purchase this.  Please select this option from the menu above.

Additional Information

Manufacturer Tokyo Marui
SKU srgp132

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