The Mauser KAR98 bolt action airsoft rifle is one of the most authentic WWII replicas we have seen. With a replica bolt assembly that tears down like the actual fire arm this gun is more of an airsoft weapon and much like a collectors item. With each pull of the bolt it loads 1 shell into the chamber, like the actual Mauser, from an authentic loading assembly. The safey operates exactly like its fire arm counter part giving it even more authenticity to the rifle. Its hefty weight is a combonation of an all metal bolt and barrel assembly mixed with a synthetic polymer stock that is in a faux wood style to mimic the actual wood housing the real Mauser KAR98 uses.
Note: The bolt action must be done quickly or the shells will jam in the chamber and must be manually removed.
Realistic bolt action
Faux wood finish
Fully adjustable front and rear sight
Authentic bolt tear down and safety
Authentic shell loading
All metal bolt housing and external barrel
Front and read sling attachments.
Body Components: Metal bolt housing and polymer stock
Overall Length: 44 inches
External Barrel: Metal
Hop Up: non-adjustable
Fire Mode: Bolt-Action
Gun Weight: 8 lbs
Muzzle Velocity: 360.00 FPS with .20 gram BBs
Front Sight: Fixed
Rear Sight: Ladder
Effective Range: 75-100 ft
Mauser KAR98 bolt action airsoft rifle and 5 aluminum shells
We recommend only using high quality .20g and .25g BBs for higher performance, better accuracy and to prolong the life of your gun.
- Caliber6mm cal
- Velocity360 fps
- Ammo TypeAirsoft BBs
- Barrel StyleSmooth
- Warranty30 Day Limited
By Adam from San Diego, CA on June 30, 2012
How hard is it to reload? I heard it was hard to pull and push forward since doing it too slow would cause jamming issues. Does it just take practice or is it a matter of strength?
Also if it jams does it chew up the aluminum shells (so they need replacing)?
By John from Santa Cruz, California on June 30, 2012
By Staff on July 2, 2012
We leave discontinued items on our website for a few months after they've been discontinued because sometimes we will still get some of the last stock from the supplier or we will sell refurbished versions. Also some of the discontinued items get replaced by a new version of the item, and we use the same ID. To answer your question, yes, there is a chance that you can purchase this particular item, however, we do not know when it might become available.
The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team