ASG TAC-6 Sniper CO2 NBB Airsoft Rifle

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$ 99.95

Total: $99.95

Type: Airsoft Rifle
Plastic with some internal metal parts.
Barrel: 12 inches, metal non-rifled.
Weight: 3.5 pounds (1588 grams).
Length: 36 inches.
Propulsion: 12 grams CO2 x 1.
Action: Semi-automatic, double action only.
Ammo Type: 6mm plastic airsoft BBs
Ammo Capacity: 15-round metal stick magazine.
FPS: 440

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Trigger Pull: The double action only type trigger pull on the ASG TAC-6 CO2 Airsoft Rifle is not too heavy but it is rather long so really quick rapped fire shooting will require some finger work. The trigger reset is right at the beginning of the pull so you need to make sure you allow the trigger full range of motion or you may miss the odd shot.

Accuracy: I haven't done my Field Test Shooting video just yet for the ASG TAC-6 CO2 Airsoft Rifle but will shortly so stay posted for that video. ASG claimed the fps to be right around 440 and I am assuming with .20 gram Airsoft BBs, I will most likely busing .25 gram Airsfto BBs for my testing so I am hoping for around 400 fps or so. With the fiber optic front sight and fully adjustable rear peep sight, I should be able to get some decent rounds on target downrange and hopefully get a nice grouping.

Build Quality: The ASG TAC-6 CO2 Airsoft Rifle is mostly plastic but feels pretty good in the hand with a decent fit and finish. There are some metal internal parts along with the outer barrel and top rail but for the most part, the ASG TAC-6 CO2 Airsoft Rifle is all plastic including the trigger and front and rear sights.

Realism: The ASG TAC-6 CO2 Airsoft Rifle is not a replica of any modern rifle that I know of but it does look a bit like a Beretta CX4 Storm especially the back half of it. The flash hider and top and bottom raise add to the realism.


  • Very customizable with rails on top and bottom.
  • Comes with a rather nice Bipod that can be used with other rifles.
  • Front and back removable Iron sights are very usable, fiber optic in front, peep in back.
  • The safety switch is in a great location for right-handed shooters.
  • The Canada version comes with a black flash hider.
  • Mostly plastic but solid construction.
  • Rubber Butt Pad is nice and thick.
  • Removable barrel to reduce size for easier transportation.
  • Also, comes in a 4.5mm Steel BB version.
  • An optional Integrated laser can be added.


  • DOA Trigger pull is a bit long which will slow down rapid-fire shooting a bit.
  • Mostly Plastic Polymer build.
  • Why not a longer inner barrel for possible more fps?
  • CO2 is in the Pistol grip and not the magazine so may not be great for on-field battles.

Comments: This may not be the most exciting Airsoft Rifle I have reviewed, it does look kind of cool and the price is right compared to other Airsoft Rifles. Who is it really for? I would say someone looking for an Air Rifle for plinking in the backyard or basement that perhaps wants a little bit more safety in terms of using plastic BBs rather than Steel BBs. Sure you can use the ASG TAC-6 CO2 Airsoft Rifle for Airsoft wars but most people want something a bit more realistic in terms of looks and function. Because the ASG TAC-6 CO2 Airsoft Rifle does have a built-in Popup it should be able to reach out to longer ranges so we will have to see if it can perform decent at longer ranges when I do my Field test Shooting Video.

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