Airsoft Pistol Product Details
HFC dark hawk full metal gun gas powered blowback airsoft pistol with case(Airsoft Gun)
Introducing this very popular High End Green Gas Powered Airsoft Pistol. This Airsoft Gun has a durable construction design making it a durable and a long lasting airsoft gun. Able to fire in semi automatic firing mode you can go in guns blazing. Even with this fire power you don’t need to worry about running out of ammo anytime soon with the high capacity magazine that is included. This awesome airsoft handgun comes with everything you need to get started! So hurry up and get this popular Semi Automatic Gas Powered Airsoft Gun, the ultimate weapon to take into battle! Includes: HFC Gas Powered M9 Blowback Pistol, Instruction Manual, Magazine, BB EZ Loader, Package of Sample BB’s, and a Gun Case.
Airsoft Pistol Product Features
Heavy weight, Full size, 1:1 Size Scale
FULL METAL, Adjustable Hop-up System
RIS, On frame safety, Open ejection port & locking slide
Realistic blow-back action, 290-310 fps, 24 round mag capacity
Airsoft Pistol Type Info
Find information about airsoft pistols and handguns and how you can use them as secondary weapons or as core weapons on the airsoft playing field. Many airsoft handguns are completely certified replications of their actual weapon counterparts and look and operate in the exact same ways while shooting airsoft BBs instead of actual bullets.
There are a number of types of airsoft sidearms such as CO2, green gas (blowback and non-blowback), spring powered, and AEG automatic electric gun pistols. Each of these types of pistols come with positives and negatives associated with them. Learning more about the styles of airsoft sidearms lets you decide which type is right for you and your airsoft game play style.
CO2 Airsoft Pistol Details
CO2 airsoft sidearms are one of the most long-lasting and typical types of sidearms. These handguns use pressurized CO2 gas to shoot airsoft BBs out of the handgun barrel.
These forms of airsoft guns are good choices for airsoft games in cold and snowy weather conditions because the high pressure CO2 gas is stored in the sealed cylinders and less sensitive to FPS decreases by low temperatures. This fact gives CO2 airsoft pistols very good FPS and shot consistency while playing airsoft in the cold weather for example where other sorts of guns like green gas cease to work or hardly shoot airsoft BBs.
Information About CO2 Gas and CO2 Cartridges
CO2 airsoft pistols are powered by standard 12 gram CO2 cartridges. These cartridges resemble a chrome metal cylinder and store high pressured CO2 gas consisting of one carbon atom and two oxygen atoms, subsequently the molecular formula is “C + O2 “. These atoms are bonded in the following alignment “O= C =O”. The gas is stored in the 12 gram cartridge cylinders under very high pressure of around ~ 800psi which converts to 55bar.
The CO2 gas cartridges cannot be used multiple times and you can typically order them in packs of 12, 20, 50, or 100 12 gram CO2 cartridge sets. They come sealed to retain the CO2 gas securely inside, but the moment they are punctured (firing them inside of an airsoft handgun breaks the seal) the cartridges will begin to lose pressure if they are not expended. You should attempt to expend the entire CO2 cartridge the very same day you open the seal. Use the chance to do some pistol target practice and use up the rest of the excess gas if the airsoft matches end and you still have CO2 gas left. There is no gas level guide on the cartridge so you have to shoot until the pistol stops shooting.
If they are kept sealed, CO2 cartridges can be stored for a longtime. They are made with a manufacturer’s expiration date typically marked on the box or cartridge, but they will survive for an extended time past this date if the cartridge seal is not tampered with.
Green Gas Airsoft Sidearms
Green gas airsoft pistols are comparable to CO2 pistols, however they do not use CO2 cartridges. The effect on the airsoft battlefield and green gas weapon efficiency is practically the exact same as CO2 pistols with the weapons at around 300+ FPS.
The green gas is stored in the pistol’s magazine and can frequently hold in-between 15 to 20+ 6mm BBs depending on the handgun style. A set of valves, silicone stoppers, and seals keep the propane gas sealed in the pistol magazine until the handgun’s trigger is pulled. It is a great plan to refill and top off your green gas supply in the pistol mag each time you reload it. Pistol-wielding airsoft players can even take extra bottles of propane gas in the field for refilling in-between lulls in the fight or between activities.
When using a green gas handgun on the airsoft field or arena as a secondary or primary weapon, bringing extra mags is advised for rapidly reloading and engaging opponents. Having additional magazines on-hand helps you get back in the action in the course of firefights or while sweeping structures in CQB (close quarters combat) room-to-room fighting.
Green gas handguns are suitable for CQB at airsoft fields since rifles and full-sized AEGs are normally not permitted to be used during indoor game play. This is an essential safety standard because of the close range proximity of gamers during shooting engagements and the potential for players to be hurt. While green gas pistols can still shoot airsoft BBs at around 300 FPS, the shorter handgun barrel helps to keep the joules and energy moving the BB at a decreased level compared to AEGs, airsoft rifles, sniper rifles, and other long guns.
Thinking About Green Gas Blowback (GBB) VS Green Gas Non-blowback
There are two various sorts of green gas airsoft pistols. There are green gas blowback handguns or GBBs. The green gas non-blowback airsoft handguns have a fixed slide which does not move.
About GBB and Green Gas Limits
Because the green gas or propane gas is kept in the mag using rubber o-rings, seals, and silicone gaskets, the cold can influence these o-rings and cause the gas to leak out before shooting. This can make the airsoft BBs to simply shoot a number of feet (like 10 feet in the cold ) when the pistol would typically shoot BBs over 100+ feet in warmer weather conditions).
One solution to this problem is to keep the GBB pistol magazines warmer by placing them next to your body prior to game play. This can help to warm up the seals and valves and help to seal in the green gas. If you really prefer to have fun with a reliable airsoft handgun in the cold, it may also be worth getting a CO2 variation of your favorite handgun. The CO2 cartridges come sealed and perform much better in sub-freezing conditions and while playing in the snow.
Spring Airsoft Sidearm Facts
Spring airsoft handguns are powered by strong springs that propel the BBs down the gun barrel. They are generally able to only shoot one BB. The manual actions of cocking, reloading, and firing spring guns makes the fire rate much slower than CO2, green gas, and GBB handguns. When taking on other players on the airsoft field with fully auto airsoft AEG SMGs, assault rifles, and CO2 or GBB airsoft handguns, this can make spring airsoft guns enjoyable to use, but less efficient.
Spring sidearms perform most effectively in springer wars where participants can solely use comparable, single shot spring weapons or as a transition backup gun for CQB buildings and MOUT sites when you can often quietly sneak up on other airsoft opponents to get a guaranteed one-shot-one-kill. In the latter case, a fast 2nd follow-up shot will not be required considering that the other opponent is already hit by the first shot and out of the game play or going back to respawn. When engaging numerous airsoft players because the spring gun only shoots as fast as you can re-chamber an airsoft BB manually, be cautious.
About Spring Handgun Effectiveness
Spring pistols are considerably effective under the most ideal game conditions. Their FPS generally chronos at around 250 FPS to 300 FPS with lighter weight 0.12g airsoft BBs. These handguns generally fire lighter weight airsoft BBs due to the fact that the springs are less effective than other types of airsoft weapons. Spring guns can generally be accurate at up to 120 feet or more with 0.12 gram BBs but the ability to hit targets decreases rapidly. Shooting regular 0.20 gram weight airsoft BBs, you will most likely have a reduced range of around 60 to 80 feet with enhanced target accuracy.
Facts About AEG Automatic Electric Airsoft Pistols
AEG airsoft handguns or AEPs (automatic electric pistols) are definitely an option to carry as a secondary gun on the airsoft field. These automatic electric pistols are often powered by mini stick batteries in the pistol’s butt. They function similar to an AEG rifle and use compressed air forced through electrically cycled gearboxes, pistons, and cylinders to propel airsoft BBs quickly and rapidly.
AEG pistol magazines typically can hold about 20 to 30 airsoft BBs. The handguns can fire airsoft BBs right up to around 300 FPS when loaded with 0.12 gram airsoft BBs or about 200 to 250 FPS using 0.20g airsoft BBs. The electric battery powered gearbox system can shoot around 700+ BBs per minute which is estimated if you have enough magazines to reload the gun and the battery lasts that long. These pistols can accurately shoot airsoft BBs at about 150 foot ranges.
AEG Handgun Quality and Efficiency
AEG pistol quality has actually risen substantially over the last few years. The first gens were a little bit undependable and questionable, but the latest versions have most of the issues resolved and make efficient airsoft secondary guns. They can be improved with maximized magazine storage capacities together with accommodating larger batteries.
A huge advantage of using an AEG pistol is that you have the ability to rewire the connections to use a more substantial battery. Depending on the AEG handgun style, you can gain a large increase in performance by adopting a two cell Lipo battery (like an 2S Lipo) instead of the stock mini battery.
What Airsoft Sidearm is Right for Me to Buy?
Finding the right airsoft sidearm for you depends on how much you can afford to spend, how much you desire to play airsoft using it, and where you plan to play. If you have over $100 to invest in your airsoft handgun, check out a green gas blowback or GBB handgun or AEG handgun. These are normally the best of the best, have the best efficiency, and could be a pretty good airsoft gun to invest in. If you can afford around $50 to $100 to use for your gun, look into a CO2 handgun or a less expensive GBB handgun. These will still get the job done and will be pretty tough sidearms. If you have less than $50, find a cheaper CO2 or springer handgun. You can still buy a dependable airsoft handgun to use for the pistol airsoft guns.
Frequently Asked Questions About Pistols
Question: What is the most widely used type of airsoft sidearm?
Answer: The best pistols are often a matter of a player’s preference. CO2 and green gas airsoft handguns usually are the most durable and dependable. Learn about the different types of airsoft pistols.
Question: What kind of airsoft gun is the HFC dark hawk full metal gun gas powered blowback airsoft pistol with case(Airsoft Gun)?
Answer: The HFC dark hawk full metal gun gas powered blowback airsoft pistol with case(Airsoft Gun) is an airsoft pistol.
Question: Is this airsoft pistol good for first time players?
Answer: This airsoft pistol may be an ok choice for first time airsoft players. It depends on how much the player has to spend on an airsoft pistol, experience, and how much they want to play airsoft. The HFC dark hawk full metal gun gas powered blowback airsoft pistol with case(Airsoft Gun) is a decent gun for many players to carry.
Question: Is this airsoft gun rentable?
Answer: Lots of airsoft fields rent weapons. You will find most fields rent AEGs like SMGs instead of pistols or handguns. Therefore, finding this specific pistol model to rent will most likely be more challenging. Contact your closest airsoft field near you to see if they rent the particular pistol model.
Question: Can this airsoft handgun be upgraded?
Answer: Possibly, this depends on the airsoft handgun type and build. It may be able to accept upgrades in some cases. Look for parts specific to the HFC dark hawk full metal gun gas powered blowback airsoft pistol with case(Airsoft Gun).
Question: Are airsoft pistols legal in my state?
Answer: Potentially depending on where you live. Check your local weapon laws or with your regional law enforcement authority. States like Arkansas (AR), Colorado (CO), Illinois (IL), Maine (ME), Massachusetts (MA), Michigan (MI), Mississippi (MS), New York and New York City (NY), North Dakota (ND), Texas (TX), and Washington D.C. do have stricter laws and requirements which might apply to airsoft guns like the HFC dark hawk full metal gun gas powered blowback airsoft pistol with case(Airsoft Gun).
Question: What kind of airsoft BBs does this airsoft gun shoot?
Answer: This airsoft pistol generally shoots standard 6mm airsoft BBs which are 0.12g or 0.20g. Check out the item info for additional information on airsoft BBs.
Question: How far can this airsoft handgun shoot?
Answer: Most airsoft handguns can shoot around 80 to 120 feet or more. This may include the HFC dark hawk full metal gun gas powered blowback airsoft pistol with case(Airsoft Gun). Handgun accuracy and range depends on the player’s shooting ability, shooting conditions, weather, wind, terrain, and other factors.
Question: What do I need to know for airsoft weapon safety?
Answer: Safety is a top priority when using airsoft handguns. Airsoft players should always use safety glasses and face protection. The weapon should be used safely with guidance for training in appropriate environments or for target practice only. You can learn more about safety by reading the airsoft rules of engagement and safety regulations.
Question: Can this airsoft handgun shoot real bullets?
Answer: No, this airsoft gun can not shoot real ammo and can not be customized in any way to fire live ammo. It is a toy gun.