Tokyo Marui M870 Breacher Shotgun (Gas Powered)
- Fixed Hop-up.
- Gas powered.
- Continues to use Marui Shotshells (new and old).
- 3 inner barrels, each equipped with a fixed hop-up.
- Each shell has a capacity of 30 BBs.
- Gas is stored in a removable gas cartridge stored in the grip of the gun.
- Switch between 3 and 6 shots with a fixed hop up.
- Metal Receiver and Barrel.
- 250 fps (on green gas) for ONE BB. You do the math!Specifications:
Length – 900mm
Weight – 2400g
Inner Barrel – x3 Inner Barrels 6.03mm
Magazine Capacity – 30 Rounds
Power Source – Gas Powered
Blowback – No
Shooting Modes – Semi (1 Shot = 3 or 6 BBs can be adjusted in breach)
Hop-up – Fixed
Magazine Compatibility – Tokyo Marui Shot Shell for Tokyo Marui M3 Super 90 / M3 Shorty / SPAS 12 / M870.
FPS – 250
Tokyo Marui are continuing with their M870 shotgun trend that shoots between 3 to 6 BB’s at a time (it’s either 3 or 6, you can’t choose anything in between). Going with tradition of it’s older shotgun lines, this new M870 also has 3 inner barrels, each equipped with a fixed hop-up. Each shell has a capacity of 30 BBs, so you can keep shooting until the shell runs out of ammo before ejecting it. The gun only holds one shell at a time, and it only comes with 1 shell on purchase. Of course, additional shells are available for sale separately. The gas is stored in a removable gas cartridge stored in the stock of the gun, and additional gas tanks are also sold separately. The M870 Breacher is a shorter version of their early M870 with a different grip and pump action grip. Since there is no stock, the gas tank is a different shape and is stored in the grip itself. The good news is that this M870 can take green gas! One full charge can power up to 50 shots of 3 BB’s at a time.
About Tokyo Marui:
Tokyo Marui Co. Ltd is an airsoft gun and toy cars manufacturer located in Adachi, Tokyo, Japan that produced the AEG. The guns are principally sold in Japan, but are also sold worldwide. They were the first company to produce airsoft guns powered solely by electric-motor driven air compressors, which they called “Automatic Electric Gun” (AEG) in 1992. This compact air compressing system was implemented in their first battery-powered automatic firing replica, the FAMAS F1. Other airsoft guns were then introduced. The AEG system is still in use, and has been copied numerous times through the years by many other airsoft gun manufacturers.
x1 x1 Tokyo Marui M870 Breacher.
x1 x1 30 Rnd Cartridge.
x1 x1 Bag of Marui Tester BBs.
x1 x1 Manual.