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UTG Shadow Ops Black Bolt Action Airsoft Rifle,L96 Sniper,Airsoft Rifle
UTG Shadow Ops Black Bolt Action Airsoft Rifle,L96 Sniper,Airsoft Rifle

UTG Shadow Ops Black Bolt Action Airsoft Rifle,L96 Sniper,Airsoft Rifle
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Product Code: 2210

UTG Shadow Ops Competition Airsoft Sniper Rifle MK96 (L96) + Bipod:

Velocity: 460 FPS with .20g BB
OD Green color
One Piece Precision Metal Barrel
Adjustable Hop-up System
Metal parts include: barrel, safety switch, trigger, magazine release, receiver, bolt, bolt handle, magazine, sling mounts, bi-pod and bi-pod mounts.
High Power Pin-Point Accuracy Performance
Effective Long Range Shooting
Complete Picatinny Mounting Rail Systems
UTG Deluxe Picatinny Mount Foldable Bipod Complete With Cleverly Designed Tri-Rail Bipod Adaptor
Ultimate Bolt Action Airsoft Spring Rifle
Spare Magazine
Spring Powered Deluxe Speed Loader
Tactical Sniper Rifle Sling
Please use .20 gram high quality BB�s or heavier with this gun.

History of the Sniper Rifle:

The main purpose of the sniper rifle is to destroy valuable targets at extended ranges with aimed fire, and with as few ammunition as possible. In most cases, "the target" means the human being (enemy soldier, armed criminal, terrorist, president etc.), and the "as few ammunition as possible" often means "one shot". The range for sniper fire may vary from 100 meters or even less in police/counter-terror scenarios, or up to 1 kilometer or more - in military or special operations scenarios.
Some sniper rifles, mostly - large caliber ones, used also as anti-material weapons, to destroy, or, more often, render unusable or unoperable, targets such as radar cabins, jeeps, parked aircrafts etc.
History of sharp-shooting traces its ancestry well back into XIX or even into XVIII centuries. Early sniper rifles were standart issue army rifles, selected for accuracy, or privately purchased commercial target or hunting rifles. During WW I and WW II both sides used a lot of general issue bolt action rifles (such a Russian/Soviet Mosin M1991/30, US M1903A4, British SMLE No.4(t), German G98k etc.) fitted with some kind of telescopic sight. Some of general issued semi-auto rifles also were used in sniper role, such as Soviet SVT-40 and US M1 Garand.

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Awesome starter rifle! September 6, 2012
Reviewer: Ryan Brown from Conyers, GA United States  
Got this gun a little over a year ago and I love it. The FPS shown on the label is pretty much what it shoots out of the box, however I would highly advise at least .25g or .3g rounds, because the hop-up tends to make the .2g bbs soar upward after about 50 ft. Out of the box, this gun is very accurate, extremely quite, and powerful, and then you have plenty of options to upgrade it in the future if you wish although that really isn't necessary unless you plan to play competitively. This gun is great all around, really. It's fairly cheap for the quality, it's powerful, and accurate. What more could you want?

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