Tokyo Marui invention is a novel new shell based system that allows M870 shotgun to shoot between 3 to 6 BB's at a time. Tthis new M870 also has 3 inner barrels, each equipped with a fixed hop-up. Each shell has a capacity of 30 BBs.
The gun only holds one shell at a time, and it only comes with 1 shell on purchase.
Tokyo Marui M870 Tactical Shotgun (Gas Powered)
1/1 Scale High Performance Assembled Gas Powered Shotgun
SUPREME craftsmanship & TOP NOTCH finishing by Tokyo Marui
Full Metal Receiver and Barrel
Plastic stock and foregrip
3 inner barrels
Shotgun Shell Cartridge hold 30 Rounds of Plastic Bullet Each
Each cocking will Shoot 3 / 6 Bullet out (Double hop up system with switching system)
Able to store shotgun shell on the handguard barrel compartment
Gas in seperate chamber
SKU TM-GAS-M870-TSG Item Weight (gram) 2730 Major Color Black Length 955mm Barrel Length ~ 285mm (3 Inner barrel) Hop-up Adjustable Shooting Mode Semi-Automatic Other Power Source 134a (Gas) Magazine Capacity 30 Rounds Bullet Type 6mm BB Power (Muzzle Velocity) 235FPS Manufacturer Tokyo Marui / TM Package Includes
- Tokyo Marui M870 Tactical Shotgun (Gas Powered)
- 1x 30 rounds Shell
- Instruction Manual (English & Japanese)
- Original Box
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Quality Price Valueon 12/9/14
Can't Go Wrong with an All Metal Tokyo Marui M870 tactical shotgun. Although expensive comparatively to other brands, you know that you are getting Japanese made quality and precision.
Quality Price Valueon 11/19/13
The tm m870 is a great shotgun, the only problem is the gas consumption isn`t great. It will hold plenty of gas usually enough for about 85-90 shots but I have noticed it does rapidly cool down with fast firing.
Apart from that it is fantastic I have been using it with abbey ultra gas and getting around 1 joule of power which is enough to throw guarder 0.28 bbs out to about 50 metres on the three shot mode easily competing with aegs. I have personally found the guarder 0.28`s to be the best weight for the power and the hop up with a nice straight shot.