Strong Airsoft Sniper Rifles

Why Sniper Rifles Need to be Powerful

You can't have a airsoft sniper rifle that does not have a lot of strength. This is because, for the inherent purpose of the product, it needs to be able to exert a lot of power. In order to project a pellet a far enough distance to make a sniper what it is, there needs to be a lot of potential energy created in the rifle's internal components. This is done by utilizing high pressure gas, or storing a lot of energy into the spring units.

Imagine if you had a sniper rifle that was weak. You would target someone far away, and the pellet might not even reach halfway to them. Wouldn't that suck? For this reason, make sure to get a sniper rifle that has an FPS of at least 300 and an accurate distance up to 150 feet.

SOCOM Gear Barret M82

If you really want a powerful gas sniper rifle, then look no further than the SOCOM Gear Barret.  This baby not only has more power than almost all other sniper rifles in existence, but it also has full auto capabilities and an enhanced hop-up system that gives each shot each more accuracy and range. 

The only downside to all this greatness is the price, as this product costs almost nine hundred dollars.  That is why the Gear Barret is only for very experienced players who also have a lot of money.  Even if you were an intermediate airsoft enthusiast, I would advise against spending so much money on one airsoft gun, unless you truly can afford it.

For most people, getting a sniper rifle that is around three hundred dollars works just fine.  However, if you ever want to take it to the next level, it is good to know there is stuff like this out there.

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wristiel 4 years ago from USA

I want to own one, but I can't.

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