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KSC VZ61 Skorpion GBB (HW)

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Product Code: KSC-VZ61
Weight: 1,555 g
Length: 520 mm
Capacity: 20 rds
Power: 300 fps (0.83 Joules)
Power Source: Green Gas / Top Gas
Blowback: YES
Shooting Mode: Semi Auto / Full Auto
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Unit Price: USD$195.00

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There are only so many replicas that are often used in pairs. Akimbo, as they call it, is the art of dual wielding two machine pistols, holding the trigger down as you mow your opponents in full auto. It doesn't really matter if you're hitting your target. It's all about the feeling it gives you, the power in your hands, the fact that everyone in your line of sight is at risk of being smothered in BBs. For only two seconds... Yes, the rate of fire on the VZ-61 Skorpion GBB is in the 20s. 22 BBs per second to be precise.

The package comes with a 20 round magazine but there is a 40 round magazine which more than doubles the fun. Considering a 20 round magazine can empty in less than a second, the extra magazine will last for another 3 seconds, taking cool down into consideration.

Holding the Skorpion out in one hand isn't that difficult as it is only a little heavier than the M11A1 at 1.55KGs. The build is mostly metal, steel to be precise as the rest of it, such as the lower receiver and the grip, is made out of polymer. So dual wielding a pair of Skorpions shouldn't be that difficult at all!

Semi auto is also rather fun. It's short, snappy and reliable as it is a system 7 GBB. You can also fold the scorpion stinger like stock back over the top and rest it against your shoulder if you want a more stable shooting platform, but it isn't as satisfying as holding the trigger and spraying. We aren't saying that you should get two, but how fun would it be going Akimbo?