CYMA M3 3-Round Burst Multi-Shot Shell Loading Airsoft Shotgun (Model: Pistol Grip)

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  • Durable injection molded polymer construction
  • Polymer receiver and barrel assembly
  • Polymer furniture
  • Pump action design, each pump chambers three rounds
  • Tri-shot design fires three BBs with each trigger pull
  • Ideal for CQB scenarios
  • Utilizes Tokyo Marui style 30 round Airsoft shotgun shells

FPS Range: 280-306

Redesigned from the Tokyo Marui M3 shotgun, the CYMA M3 is built to shoot harder for the performance driven American market! CYMA set out to capture this iconic shtogun in the form of a reinforced, reliable, powerful, and accurate Airsoft version. There is no reinventing the wheel here, the CYMA M3 series uses the tried and true tri-shot design but with beefier and more durable internals and the fine exterior appearance that CYMA is known for. Airsofters have been asking for it and CYMA has delivered, a skirmish grade tri-shot M3 Airsoft shotgun with a very attractive price tag. The CYMA 3-round burst shotgun is perfect for those looking for manual backup weapon. Remember to pick up some spare shotgun shells along with it!

Length: 25"
Weight: 3 LBs
Magazine Capacity: 30rds per Shell (takes Evike/Marui/CYMA 14 round type or 30 round type shells)
BB: 0.12, 0.20, or 0.23g bbs. Matrix or high grade compatible bbs recommended.
Body Finish: Matt Black none-glare finish.
Muzzle Velocity: 300~350 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs)
Fire Modes: 3-Round Burst, Safety
System: Realistic Pump Action / 3 Round Burst. No gas or battery required.
Package Includes: Gun, Magazine, 1x Shell
Hopup: Yes, Fixed / Non-Adjustable

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  • 4
    Loving this.

    Posted by Andrew on 23rd Jan 2020

    To update, this gun has been nothing but fantastic. Performance on my local CQB field matches or exceeds other more expensive shotguns. Furniture is cheap, but that's reflected in the price. Shells are occasionally difficult to eject, and the front sight broke off after one day of gaming, Otherwise, great value for the money!

  • 5
    Fantastic fun

    Posted by Andrew on 24th Oct 2019

    Haven't gamed with it yet, but put a number of shells through it in my yard. Being a spring gun, the stroke is harder than a real steel gun, but still satisfying. Even though it is mostly polymer, it has a nice weight to it and the polymer seems to be of fairly high quality. I was expecting far less quality than I received, especially for the price. The only thing I dislike is the release for the shells is a hard push and does not eject the shells without assistance. I had zero problems with ordering or receiving my purchase; great job Hero!