| There are three different types of rifles designs that players tend to go for; gas,electric, or spring action. The players that enjoy the simplicity and realism of shooting usually chooses the bolt action offered on a spring gun. Spring action, on the other hand, requires manual cocking before each shot, while electric and gas designs allow for semi-automatic and full automatic modes.
Nevertheless, this mimics the actual bolt action on many real guns. The level of realism on some Airsoft bolt action sniper rifles goes to incredible lengths.
The Spring Super 9 Bolt Action Sniper Rifle by UHC, for example, actually ejects shell casings with each shot. It is also remarkably silent, Incredibly accurate, which is important for a sniper rifle. It has awesome power, which includes the Hop-Up system and shoots 0.2g BBs. It also has two BB feeding systems. For the fun of motion and action, use the rotary cartridge magazine which holds 5 shells. The shell casing ejects after each shot. Going for the capacity and not the fuss, try the direct feed tube magazine.
Some users tend to lean towards purchasing the higher-powered automatic electric guns, but fail to realize the amount of maintenance needed for those weapons. Without a doubt, the easiest to maintain of any of the Airsoft rifles are the Spring-action guns, because they contain few easily breakable parts. These special features alone make it the weapon of choice for any serious Airsoft enthusiast.
Why not surprise your adversary from a long range with this powerful rifle? Your opponents won't know what hit them, until its too late.