Features Fires 3 BB at the same time per trigger pull in both semi and full auto. Heavy duty metal upper receiver and handguard w/ polymer lower receiver and furniture Designed with the same internal specs as the Tokyo Marui AA-12. "C Cutter" M-LOK aluminum rail system 10-inch outer barrel fitted w/ muzzle device Integrated FET protects trigger switch Wired to the stock with button latch hidden on the bottom of the butt pad Full auto firing capability puts withering firepower in the users hands Mid-cap magazine with clear window displaying dummy red shells FPS: 260 Color: Black
Following the release of the world's first AES (Airsoft Electric Shotgun) the AA12, Tokyo Marui has decided to kick it up a notch with the SGR-12 and bring a touch of modern and some flair to the venerable select fire shotgun.
The unique feature that sets this Electric Gun apart from everything else is that it utilizes a proprietary gearbox and tri-barrel system allowing the gun to fire 3 BBs at a time in both semi and full auto. With three separately adjustable hopups, this AES can be tuned to unleash a volley of precision fire power like nothing else around it. Also unlike Tokyo Marui electric guns of the past, the SGR-12 features metal externals for a solid, hefty, realistic feeling gun.
~260 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs)
8.4V small type ONLY wired to the stock with small Tamiya connector
Gun, 1x Magazines, Manual, 3x M-LOK Rail Panels
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) "Now I donâ€™t personally own this gun but a friend of mine has it and it is a blast to shoot. It has such a sturdy build and really nice feel to it. Overall great little gun "I picked this up as a gift to myself because I treat myself right and I know what I like. Best gift ever.
While it is drastically more expensive than outfitting and entire team with two tri-shots each, you will be drastically more effective with this that and entire team armed with tri-shots.
Mags are bit expensive and depending on your preference getting SGR mags instead of the aa-12 mags is hit and miss. The drum is always fun but is only really effective in the fact that it shaves down your reload time by a few seconds. The regular mags hold around 90 rounds giving you 30 shots in semi before reloading. The mag only winds up (in my experience) around 90-100 bob's at a time giving you roughly 30 shots in semi. Just something to consider.
Other than that:
Yes, it's heavy. Like really heavy. Lugged it around Game Pod for a day, paid for that day with about ten others.
No, it doesn't chrono ridiculously high because that's apparently how we like to judge the worth of an airsoft gun. It'll chrono for CQB at any field and that's where this thing shines like a golden beast at mid-day in the tears of an entire squad you just hosed (asked me how I know, it was amazing)
Rate of fire is ridiculous for what this thing does. You want to see hard core airsoft "operators" giggle uncontrollably? Flick the fun switch to overdrive and learn everyone on the field the difference between suppressing fire and oppressing fire.
Parts will probably be hard to track down and work will probably be expensive if it breaks but I still haven't had any problems (18 months )
It's loads of fun. Worth $600-$700 that's debatable especially when you can grab the aa-12 for several hundred dollars less for what would be a very similar experience. But I'd pay for a new aa-12 or another SGR if mine breaks in a heart beat. "Awesome! Extremely solid construction, lots of features... And it has the ability to throw hundreds of BBs down range very quickly!
Battery space is average, but you can make it a lot bigger by unscrewing a plastic piece inside the butt plate.
The TM drum you can get works very well with it, but the mag it comes with looks so awesome it's hard to decide which one to use. Read More Reviews Write a Review
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