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Elite Force airsoft guns include pistols and rifles that are powered by AEG, CO2, and green gas.

Elite Force maintains high standards when it comes to replica airsoft guns. Whether it is our AEG (Automatic Electric Gun) or our GBB (Gas BlowBack) replicas; quality, performance and realism is our focus. No matter if you are a Military enthusiast adding to your replica collection, a weekend warrior looking to dominate your local airsoft field, gearing up for your next weekend long Milsim (Military Simulation) or relying on your airsoft gun as an efficient and affordable training tool, Elite Force has your six. 

Our 6mm plastic BB guns and airsoft ammunition are manufactured with the highest quality standards to meet the needs of the elite airsoft player. Every Elite Force airsoft gun is designed for the serious airsofter who engages in tactical milsim missions and demands top performance from their gaming and skirmish equipment. These extreme airsoft guns and high quality airsoft BBs will let you engage the opposing force on your terms and come out ahead in any skirmish you may find yourself in.

Elite Force Airsoft has the best selection of authentic and officially licensed airsoft replicas. You'll find side pieces such as Glock Airsoft pistols, Beretta sidearms, and Walther handguns and well-built airsoft rifles from Amoeba, VFC, Heckler & Koch all here at EliteForceAirsoft.com. And you may have heard about the Elite Force H8R revolver. It's one of our most sold airsoft pistols. So go ahead and explore all Elite Force has to offer and join the Front Line Resolution Brigade.

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Practice 2 Protect with Airsoft

The realism of modern airsoft guns from Umarex and Elite Force is incredible. They have become an ideal tool for personal-defense training and handgun handling. If the orange muzzle cap were removed, many gun owners would be hard pressed to distinguish a quality replica airsoft pistol from a centerfire model. The Umarex GLOCK 19X, for example, features the same controls and functions as the firearm. Taking the Umarex GLOCK 19X apart for maintenance is even similar, with some parts being remarkably familiar. Getting started shooting airsoft guns is easy. No license is required to own one, and they can be shipped directly to your home provided there are no local or state laws that dictate otherwise. Always check before ordering. Airsoft guns are available in popular shooting platforms such as AR-15-type rifles, bolt-action rifles, and a variety of handguns such as Walther Airsoft, GLOCK, Heckler & Koch, and Smith & Wesson Airsoft. They are most often powered by springs, CO2, green gas, or electric motors commonly known as AEGs - Automatic Electric Guns.

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Picture of HK45 C02 6MM BLACK -BOX

HK45 C02 6MM BLACK -BOX

When quality counts, but your budget is limited, the HK45 CO2 fixed-slide pistol is going to be hard to beat.

Picture of P22 BLACK - AIRSOFT

P22 BLACK - AIRSOFT

The P22 is a low-impact yet fun-packed airsoft BB gun offered by Walther Special Operations.

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P22 CLEAR - AIRSOFT

The P22 is a low-impact yet fun-packed airsoft BB gun offered by Walther Special Operations.

Picture of WALTHER PPQ SPRING AIRSOFT -DEB

WALTHER PPQ SPRING AIRSOFT -DEB

This Walther Special Operations PPQ airsoft pistol features metal barrel and parts with an integrated accessory rail.

Picture of BERETTA M84 FS 6MM BLOWBACK

BERETTA M84 FS 6MM BLOWBACK

The Beretta M84 FS CO2 features a full-metal slide and frame set, functional fire controls for safe and semi-automatic firing, single-action trigger, and a sleek set of licensed trademarks on the grip and slide.

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GAS AIRSOFT PISTOL

Gas Airsoft Pistol


Gas Blowback comes in a lot of varieties and forms. How a gas blowback airsoft gun works is the gun has a gas reservoir that stores pressurized gas (similar to propane gas) known as top gas/ green gas. Whenever the user pulls the trigger, there will be a knocker that will hit the valve on the gas reservoir, causing it to release a small amount of pressurized gas into the GBB platform; that amount of gas will first push the BB out of the chamber to cause it to fire, and the remaining amount of gas will cause either the pistol's slide or the rifle's bolt to move back so the airsoft gun can load the second round for a follow-up shot. As realistic as the GBB platform is because it uses pressurized gas as a power source, the airsoft gun is quite prone to cold weather, and when shot too fast, a cool-down effect might occur resulting in a significant fps drop. Out of all, the gas airsoft pistol is probably the most popular platform of them all, but there are blowback and non-blowback models. Though there are electric airsoft pistols as well, the majority of the airsofters prefer having gas airsoft pistols as their preferred sidearms since the gas-powered technology for pistol is already at a very reliable stage and is pretty easy to use. The extra realism adds to the gameplay experience, and the mechanical trigger design provides instant trigger response compare to some electric airsoft guns.

What to Look for in a Gas Airsoft Pistols?


If you already decided that you wish to purchase a gas airsoft pistol, then your next move should be to identify your purpose of the pistol (sidearm). Do you seek realism when using your airsoft pistol? Or do you wish to use it as a support/ stealth weapon when your main rifle is not applicable in the given situation (i.e. your sniper rifle)? Because your purpose will decide if you should get a blowback or non-blowback gas airsoft pistol.

Gas blowback pistols are the version preferred version by most airsofters as it is one of the most realistic airsoft guns in the market. The slide cycles when fire, the user must manipulate it like a real gun for it to function properly and each shot fired will give the user a satisfying impulse.

Non-blowback pistols’ slide doesn’t cycle at all and firing it gives no impulse at all so it makes the overall user experience feel like firing a toy gun from a stationery shop. However, since there are very few moving parts, the pistol is highly efficient in gas consumption and is ridiculously quiet; therefore non-blowback airsoft pistols are quite popular for snipers that wish to tag another airsofter without getting spotted.

Other than blowback vs. non-blowback, another thing to keep an eye out for is aftermarket/ repair parts availability. Some parts within the airsoft pistol will wear over time, so eventually, the user will need to replace/ upgrade said parts. Hence it is highly recommended to look for an airsoft company that has a reputable brand and still has plenty of aftermarket parts for upgrade and repair.

What are Some of the Best Gas Airsoft Pistols?


There are a plethora of options when it comes to gas airsoft pistols, and since everyone is different, it is impossible to find 1 specific model that will cater to every user/ airsofter. So here are a few pistols that we think are some of the best airsoft pistols that are currently in the market:

This style of pistols is great as they have a pretty large gas reservoir, plenty of aftermarket parts for repairs, limitless upgrade potentials, great gas efficiency, and great accuracy out of the box. However, they have a relatively large pistol grip so it may not suit all hand sizes, plastic construction could be fragile when pairs with green gas, and its race gun appearance may not appeal to users that prefer realistic replicas.

The Hi-Capa is known to be the best airsoft pistol for years for its reliability, upgradability, and performance. It is the "go-to" pistol for all competitive shooters for its high round count and reliability accuracy.

The Glock 17 Gen 3 is based on the most popular real steel pistol in the market. It is the first officially licensed Glock airsoft pistol in the market, it has plenty of aftermarket parts for upgrade and repairs, it is ideal for training/ dry firing, and it comes with a metal slide out of the box. But the recoil of this airsoft pistol weakens quite significantly under cold weather, and the majority of aftermarket parts caters to the non-licensed variants as this particular version appeared in the airsoft industry quite late. 

Glock is probably the most well-known pistol in the world right now. Many real steel companies offer modifications and upgrades for the real Glock 17 Gen 3. Its popularity is due to how many law enforcement agencies are using this pistol. Hence this a good airsoft pistol for both competitive shooters and milsim airsofters.

The Glock 17 Gen 5 is an improved version of the already popular Glock 17 Gen 3. The Gen 5 comes with a redesigned blowback housing and is more gas efficient than the Gen 3, it comes with ambidextrous controls, integrated flared magwell, and a new hop-up adjustment design. Not to mention this pistol is fully licensed by Glock (the real steel company) and comes with a metal slide. But with the redesigned blowback housing, the availability of aftermarket parts is rather limited as it is now a proprietary design; and some users may not like the enlarged magazine catch/ release of this pistol.

If you’d like to learn more, here is the blog we wrote on 12 Best Airsoft Pistols.

Difference Between Electric and Gas Airsoft Pistol?


As the name indicates, the most obvious difference between electric airsoft pistol and gas airsoft pistol is the power source. Electric airsoft pistols lack realism when firing and it doesn’t give the user a tactile feel on each shot they fire, however it is a more reliable platform since it will not be affected by the climate.

Whereas the gas airsoft pistol uses pressurized gas, so the performance will drop under cold weather; but in terms of manipulation, it is a lot more realistic than the electric variant.

To learn more, be sure to read our blog on How Do Airsoft Guns Work!

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AIRSOFT PISTOLS

Elite Force CO2 and green gas powered airsoft pistols as well as spring airsoft pistols are the preferred replica handguns of most airsoft enthusiasts. Airsoft handguns powered by gas are reliable and very easy to use. The gas valve technology gives 6mm airsoft guns both power and realism, which allows for a quick trigger response time. Because of their trigger mechanism, they are a bit quicker than electric or battery-powered air pistols. Using powerful Elite Force green gas, or Umarex CO2, gas pistols are the best way to go if you are serious about your airsoft gun game. Elite Force Airsoft offers a wide range of officially licensed GLOCK airsoft pistols, HK pistols, Beretta airsoft guns, a Ruger airsoft pistol, and Walther 6mm airsoft guns. The 1911 Elite Force airsoft pistol with blowback airsoft action is a very popular airsoft gun. Elite Force also offers rebuild kits for many airsoft pistol magazines and the pistols themselves so that you can do your own airsoft gun maintenance.

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Do you want the right Airsoft Pistol for you?

Spring Powered Pistol

A spring powered pistol uses elastic potential energy stored in a compressed coil spring that gets releases upon the pull of a trigger that blows out the pellets. Spring powered guns are inexpensive and are best suited for cold weather and are more reliable than gas-powered pistols and even the batteries on automatic electric pistols (AEPs). Spring pistols have a muzzle velocity of 400-700 ft/s.

Battery Powered pistol

Electric airsoft pistol uses a portable rechargeble battery and a spring loaded piston similar to spring pistols. They are the most commonly available and used airsoft pistols. They are popularly known as Automatic Electric Guns or AEGs and have a muzzle velocity of 150 to 650 ft/s.

Gas Powered Pistols

Gas powered airsoft pistol uses pneumatic potential energy stored within compressed gas that works the shooting mechanism. They operate completely different than a spting pistol and electric pistol as it uses an internal canister that releases the pellet upon a triggrt pull. The most popular type of gas pistol is the Gas Blowback (GBB). The pistols are powered by regulated CO2 canisters or nitrogen/high pressure air bottles to increase power and consistency.

Shopping from Camouflage for gas airsoft guns has various advantages. The high quality, cheap gas airsoft pistols from top brands thet include Kj Works, Browing Airguns, WE Airsoft, Walther, Ruger, KWC and KSC/KWA Airsoft. This variety makes it rather easy to find a gas air gun of your choice.

Detailed descriptions make it easy to pick the right gun. Again, with all the add-ons and accessories available at Camouflage, you do not even need to worry about gun maintenance.

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Green gas airsoft pistol

Why are green gas pistols so popular?

Green gas airsoft pistols are currently most popular among our replicas. They are characterized by extraordinary performance and functionality, making them ideal for those looking for a side unit or basic unit. Green gas ASG pistols are best suited for CQB games, i.e. very dynamic shooters, conducted in small rooms or in heavily built-up areas where the shooting distance is very small. Gunfire offers various models of green-gas-powered ASG replicas, which are faithful representations of the originals. What is more, for those who appreciate not only the realism of workmanship but also of use, there is a category of green gas airsoft pistols with a Blow-Back system. These models are equipped with a system simulating the movement of the lock, which increases the realism of using the replica.The operation of green gas airsoft pistols is also very similar to the operation of original pistols. The reloading system, safety, and the fact that the lock remains in the rear position after the magazine has been fired make these models ideal for shooting training.Green gas is one of the most popular gas drives, chosen by airsoft players. In the replica magazines there is a reservoir, which is filled with gas, which allows the player to shoot a certain number of bullets. Once it is exhausted, you need to refill. The number of magazines that can be fired under a single refill depends on the replica model. Therefore, before you make a purchase, it is worthwhile to get acquainted with the parameters of a given unit, so that it meets all your expectations later on.

Green gas airsoft pistols - additional information

The choice of a gas replica is often the result of personal preferences of the player. It is always worth paying attention to the quality and material used. It is also good to check whether the replica has built-in RIS rails that allow the installation of additional accessories such as a torch or a laser sight. Additional elements of tactical equipment significantly improve the parameters of a given unit, increasing its accuracy, but also comfort of use. The Gunfire shop offers products of the best manufacturers of gas guns, such as: Armorer Works, KWA or the legendary Tokyo Marui. We encourage you to take advantage of our offer, where all airsoft lovers will certainly find something for themselves!

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