Air pistol combo package deal! Great for cans and bottles in the backyard with all you need to start a dual shooting competition at home or with mates!
• x2 Air Chief BB12 blowback c02 operated pistols
• x2 Secondary magazines (4 magazines total)
• x2 Shooting safety glasses
• 4000x .20g BBs
• 20x Co2 cartridges
The Air Chief BB12 Air Pistol is a quality semi automatic blowback BB gun with a metal slide, modelled on a popular design. The Air Chief BB12 Air Pistol operates on a singe CO2 gas powerlet giving it plenty of power, its blow back slide gives a more realistic feel each time the trigger is pulled. The metal 12 round magazine features a drop free design and is conveniently integrated with the CO2 powerlet, making it easy to replace the CO2 powerlet. At a weight of 600g it feels really nice in the hand.
Purchase with confidence knowing this is produced by a highly rated manufacturer. The Air Chief BB12 Air Pistol is bound to deliver endless hours of fun and will be great for some target practice. Round up your mates and get them while they're hot!
Don't let the fun ever run out - click here to purchase extra mags!
• Up to 460 FPS
• Last round hold open
• Realistic weighty feel
• Semi auto with realistic blowback
• Detachable 12 round magazine
• Powered by 12g CO2 powerlet
• Picatinny rail slots for attachments
• Calibre: 6mm
• Colour: Blue/Clear
• Weight: 600g
• Action: Semi auto blowback
• Fixed front and rear sight
• Safety catch
• Metal slide
• Slide release
Purchase of this item requires a signed off Police Mail Order Form for it to be shipped to you. Alternatively, you can buy online and pick up from your nearest Gun City store without a Police Mail Order form. You can download the form here
Gun City is NZ's largest firearms dealers. We have been selling, importing, exporting, manufacturing, customising and repairing firearms and accessories since 1978. We have the largest range of guns, ammo and accessories available now, online in New Zealand.
Please call our shop for more information on +64 3 379-8888 in Christchurch, New Zealand.