ID: 60454 (AEG-TM-TMEG44)
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No Coupon Required Features Injection molded polymer body with integrated metal alloy inner frame for improved durabilty Proprietary tri-shot AES gearbox fires three rounds per trigger pull in semi-auto Tri-barrel configuration with individual hop-ups allows for fine tuning of range and accuracy Integrated FET protects trigger switch Wired to the stock Full auto firing capability puts withering firepower in the users hands 90 round drop free magazine FPS: 260 Color: Black / Silver
Tokyo Marui introduces the worlds first AES or Airsoft Electric Shotgun in the from of the AA12 otherwise known as the "Sledge Hammer". Featuring a unique proprietary geabox and tri-barrel configuration, the Sledge Hammer utilizes three separate hop-ups allowing the user to zero in their bursts for the utmost effectiveness in combat. The sledge hammer is the shotgun you turn to when you are in search of total CQB domination.
~260 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs)
8.4V small type ONLY wired to the stock with small Tamiya connector
Gun, Magazine, Manual
Things you may need to get started: and Battery – Required to power your AEG; use a high quality battery and charger for best results. Charger – Stay in the fight longer by bringing more ammo with you. Spare Magazines – High quality precision 6mm BBs recommended; Use 0.20g – 0.25g BBs for best results. BBs – Basic cleaning and lubrication maintenance help keep your Airsoft AEG in top working order. Silicone Oil About Tokyo Marui
Tokyo Marui Co. Ltd is a Japanese manufacturer of airsoft guns and toy cars located in Adachi, Tokyo, and are famous for pioneering the design of battery-powered airsoft guns. Their products are principally sold in Japan, but are also exported worldwide. Here in USA Evike.com is a proud distributor of many Tokyo Marui products exclusively!
(Write a review) "Ive had this shotgun for going on 2 years... from a performance standpoint, i wouldnt recommend it for the money. In semi auto CQB's there is very little it offers in terms of performance and functionality that some other single projectile gun wont do better..... But from a fun and novelty standpoint, I totally would recommend it. It is very epic to play with, and the reactions it sparks from opposing player's is priceless. Also, its only worth buying if u plan to pair it up with a high capacity mag!
- players are more likely to call hits
- overall excellent build quality
- select fire
- 3 bbs /shot
- more accurate then other shotguns
- 30rps in factory form
- individual hopups
- Creaky plastic outer shell
- Huge FOV obstructing irons
- noisy sling mounts
- spongy trigger response
- limited part support
- limited accessory support
- low FPS for outdoor use
- 45 degree hop applied to bottom 2 barrels ( which quickly makes ur spread dysfunctionally large )
- expensive "I love this gun. The first use got alot of attention and alot of kills on the field. There are downsides like creaking and range. However i got it for a cqb autoshotty i could ambush groups with. It does just that. First game I wiped out a group of 5 with a short burst. "I don't feel very motivated to make a long review, so this will be short.
You've heard the hype for this gun if you're reading this, so I just want to say, the hype is real. I got this with 3 drum mags and one normal mag in a trade, and it runs perfectly. On an 8.4, it has great rof and trigger response, the hopups work perfectly, the range is great, and the overall feel of the gun is amazing. Literally my only gripe is that a few parts are sort of loose, although that may just be mine, so yes, if you're thinking of getting this AA-12, do it, you'll regret nothing. Read More Reviews Write a Review
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