Airsoft Guns

JBBG is a long-term Airsoft Retailer offering a choice of Airsoft Guns that will supply you with hours of fun without breaking the bank. Choose from the best types of Airsoft Guns and BB Guns, from Airsoft Pistols to Airsoft Rifles. We have them all from the world's best Airsoft Brands in stock online and in-store. Don’t be fooled by copycat Airsoft websites - JBBG since 2009. We offer home delivery across the UK and a fast, reliable shipping service worldwide. Please get in touch with us via this website if you have questions about our products or delivery service. You can also take a look at our Airsoft Blog, as it is always a good place to get more information.


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If you are looking for the best Airsoft Guns at a low price, you’ve come to the right place. We have every type of Airsoft Gun to meet any budget, from Airsoft Rifles to Airsoft Pistols. No matter what kind of Airsoft Gun you’re searching for, we’ll help you every step of the way. We have an extensive range of products from the leading airsoft brands worldwide, including Bulldog, SRC, HFC, Nuprol, Cybergun, King Arms, Classic Army, and many more. If you are looking for the best BB Guns at a low price, we have you covered at JBBG. So, what are Airsoft Guns? Airsoft guns are replica guns designed to shoot plastic pellets, commonly called BBs. Airsoft guns are part of a recreational activity called airsoft, a competitive game similar to paintball. Our guns mimic the appearance and functionality of real guns but shoot non-lethal projectiles at lower velocities. The guns come in various types, including pistols, rifles, shotguns, and snipers. Different mechanisms, such as springs, gas, Co2, or rechargeable batteries, can power them. So, for your next Airsoft Gun, take a look at JBBG and choose from the largest selection of Airsoft Guns in the UK. Don’t forget you can contact us via this website if you have questions about our products or delivery service. You can also take a look at our FAQs or Blog as they are a great way of getting more information. We have a simple checkout service for online ordering and offer free delivery on most Airsoft Guns and a low-cost delivery option for accessories.

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If you are new to Airsoft Guns, then we hope that the following information will help you understand our hobby. First, let’s understand the difference between BB Guns and Airsoft Guns; this one is easy – there is no difference. Both terms describe a gun that fires 6mm plastic BB pellets and is used for skirmishing or target shooting. Now, let’s look at the different types of Airsoft Guns (BB Guns) on offer, consisting of Spring Airsoft Rifles and Electric Airsoft Rifles. Airsoft Spring Pistols, Airsoft Gas Pistols, Airsoft CO2 Pistols, Airsoft Sniper Rifles, Support Guns and so many more.


Spring-powered airsoft guns are a type of airsoft gun that uses a manually compressed spring to propel plastic BBs. These guns are typically single-shot, requiring the user to manually cock the spring each time they want to fire a BB. When the spring is compressed and released, it drives a piston forward, which in turn propels the BB out of the barrel. Spring-powered airsoft guns or BB Guns are often considered beginner-friendly due to their simplicity and reliability. They don’t require batteries or gas to operate, making them cost-effective and low maintenance. However, they generally have a lower rate of fire compared to electric or gas-powered guns.


Electric Airsoft Guns or BB Guns, often referred to as AEG (Automatic Electric Gun), is a type of Airsoft Gun powered by an electric motor and typically uses a rechargeable battery to function. AEGs are popular among airsoft players due to their semi-automatic or fully automatic firing capabilities, high rate of fire, and consistent performance. Inside an AEG, there’s an electric motor that drives a gearbox containing gears and a piston assembly. When the trigger is pulled, it completes an electrical circuit, causing the motor to turn. The motor then rotates the gears, which in turn compresses a spring and propels the piston forward. The piston’s movement creates air compression, which propels the BB out of the barrel. AEGs offer versatility, as many models allow for customization and upgrades to enhance performance. They come in various styles, from rifles to submachine guns to support weapons, catering to different play styles and preferences. Additionally, AEGs often have high-capacity magazines, allowing for extended periods of play without the need for frequent reloading.


Gas or CO2 Airsoft Guns or BB guns are a type of Airsoft Gun powered by compressed gas, typically either propane, green gas, or CO2 (carbon dioxide). These guns use compressed gas to propel plastic BBs. There are two main types of gas-powered guns: Gas Blowback (GBB) Guns and Non-blowback Guns; both types of gas-powered Airsoft Guns offer advantages such as consistent performance in various temperatures and environments. However, they do require a supply of gas cartridges or gas cans for operation, which can add to the ongoing cost of using these guns. Additionally, gas-powered Airsoft Guns may experience performance variations based on factors such as temperature and gas pressure, so for cold conditions, we recommend Co2-powered guns.


Airsoft Guns (BB Guns) in the UK have various uses, including target shooting, skirmishing and recreational shooting. They are commonly used for skirmishing at events or just for fun with friends and plinking. The cost of an Airsoft Gun in the UK depends on the type, brand, and features. Entry-level air rifles can start at around £50, and high-end models can cost over £300. Please note that in the UK, Airsoft Guns are not considered suitable for self-defence or pest control. The law strictly regulates the use of firearms for self-defence purposes, and Airsoft Guns are primarily designed for recreational and sporting activities. Using an Airsoft Gun for self-defence can lead to legal consequences. You are permitted to shoot on your land. You can also gain permission to shoot on other people’s land, but this has to be confirmed with the landowner. You are not allowed to shoot on any public property. There are now many shooting clubs and Airsoft Skirmish Sites in the UK where you can shoot, regardless of ability.