Choosing the right gas for your gun is essential; too strong and you do permanent damage, whilst too weak and you get poor performance.
Elite Force gas offers excellent performance, due to their mix of green gas and silicone oil, helping keep your airsoft guns in the best shape. 150 PSI gas gives you better performance than 130 PSI, however it is higher pressure and therefore your pistol needs to be capable of handling it. Designed for gas blowback rifles, 150 PSI is typically used in pistols for the winter months (which, in Ireland, is about 10 months of the year).
- 110 PSI (Light)
- Green Gas (Standard; circa 120 PSI)
- 130 PSI (Higher Pressure)
- 130 PSI (w/Silicone Oil) (Higher Pressure)
- 150 PSI (Heavy)
- 150 PSI (w/Silicone Oil) (Heavy)
For all-plastic pistols (especially Marushin & Maruzen), it is recommended to use Swiss Arms Light (110 PSI), whereas for most pistols you would go with either Green Gas, or 130 PSI gas. Tokyo Marui pistols will work on 130 PSI gas, however as it gets into the hottest weather, you may need to drop to 110 or 120 PSI.
The heavy gas is designed for gas blowback rifles, and is not recommended for pistols unless they're reinforced (or designed to take Co2 as well).
Although there are a lot of factors involved, each bottle of gas will last approximately 500 shots. The type of gun, size of magazine, weather conditions, and speed of shooting all play a role, so it is not an exact figure (much like a car's fuel economy).
|Gas Type||Green Gas|
|Suitable for||Metal-slide Gas Powered Pistols|
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