This Thompson M1A1 submachine gun is a replica of the one used in WW ll by U.S. soldiers. It is a full scale design and an authentic heavy weight feel, thanks to its metal body. The quality level in each of these AEGs truly shows that Thompsons are built for longevity. The electric firing system allows for short or long firing bursts in both fully automatic and semi-auto mode, and the metal gearbox and gears make the rifle extremely durable. The magazine will holds different amounts depending on what size BB you use. The adjustable HOP UP accuracy system will assist you in sharpening you aim from far away. This has range, power, and accuracy for outdoor (or indoor) skirmishes.
M1A1 Thompson Airsoft Gun Reviews
One satisfied owner said that the M1A1 Thompson Airsoft gun has plenty of accuracy and power. He was able to hit a tree that was nearly at a distance of 150 feet away. This gun works great in his opinion, and is good with any weight or size BB(but maybe not the cheap kind). He likes its long lasting battery and its 47 round clip. It also comes with a Hi-cap 380 clip. When in automatic mode, this gun has a rate of fire that’s medium-high. He recommends this gun highly. When he used it, he ended up with the most kills.
Another satisfied owner of the M1A1 Thompson Airsoft gun with a slightly cautionary tale said that he in his time has owned a number of Airsoft guns, but that this particular gun was his absolute favorite. Its high rate of fire, its power and amazing accuracy is most impressive. He does recommend that should you buy this gun, you should also buy an extra mag. The mag that originally came with its only held 48 rounds. Here’s where we run into trouble: he goes on to say that he has shot his friends with this gun many times and loves to watch them run after he starts shooting at them. This is exactly why some people have problems with these guns. He then borrowed it to a friend who proceeded to shoot him in the neck from 15 feet away. The .12 gram BBs actually put a small cut at his neck which did start to bleed and left a scar. He advises that you should not purchase this gun as your first. He does feel that this gun however outperforms even the $300 Classic Army Airsoft guns. Certainly it outperforms Double Eagle Airsoft guns. He finishes up by suggesting that you should have a very least six months of experience with these guns before you upgrade to one of these. Clearly, he wasn’t quite experienced enough.
That last story is why these guns continue to get a bad reputation. Guns are dangerous, there’s no two ways about it. I am a huge gun advocate. I believe in guns in the home, for hunting and as hobbies, and for target practice. I also believe that they should be locked at all times when not in use and stored away in an additionally locked cabinet. With no glass door please, thank you very much! That way your M1A1 Thompson Airsoft gun is safe.