Hey friends! 

Welcome back to the blog! This month is all about shotguns, shotguns and more shotguns so in this post we’ll be looking at the Golden Eagle M870 Breacher from Extreme Airsoft

The M870 Breacher from Golden Eagle is a gas-powered airsoft shotgun that is mostly constructed from alloy. Everything except the pistol grip and pump handle (which are made from a high-density polymer) is made from an alloy that gives it a good weight and a feeling of durability. It is a tri-burst design that has been based on the M870 and is capable of firing three or six BBs per shot. 

At the front of the shotgun, we have a brass bead sight to aid with aim and a shell holder which can be accessed by unscrewing the front cap on the fake magazine tube - meaning you can store an extra 2 shells. The M870 Breacher also features a trigger lock safety that can be found near the trigger and is ambidextrous in the sense that it is easily accessible from either side of the shotgun. Atop of the pistol grip is an integrated sling loop allowing for the use of one-point slings (making this an easily carried secondary for snipers, DMRs and LMG users).

Now we’ve got the details on the build, let’s chat about usability! Out of the box, even for a player new to the airsoft shotgun platform, it is easy to get going. The gas reservoir is located in the pistol grip and it can be filled by the valve that is on the bottom of the grip. In the box, there are 3 airsoft shotgun shells included, and these can be loaded by either hand (which is a really slow process) or with a speedloader. Each shell holds 30 rounds which works out to be 10 pumps per shell in 3rnd mode. To insert a shell, players need to press the release lever that is near the trigger and this will open the breach cover. The shell is then inserted into the slot until it clicks and locks in place, the door can then be closed and you’re ready to rock and roll. To remove an empty shell, just press the breach cover release and pull back the pump handle. Inside the breach is also where you can change the firing mode, there is a small switch that will let you select three or six-shot mode.

The racking noise is super satisfying and probably my favourite thing about this airsoft shotgun, it sounds pretty realistic and is bound to turn some heads as you rip through a CQB site with it. As for range, despite its compact size, it does have a fair bit of range that would be suitable for most CQB sites and would be a great secondary for a sniper/DMR in a woodland scenario incase your opponents got a little too close for comfort but I think you would struggle just using this in a woodland game. I think it looks great and is a super affordable alternative to the TM870 Breacher. If you like your shottys short and without a stock this is definitely something you should check out. I personally prefer a stock so it can be shouldered but there’s already one of those in the Golden Eagle M870 range of shotguns.

In the box, you get the Golden Eagle M870 Breacher Tri-Shot Gas Pump Action Shotgun, 3 airsoft shotgun shells, a cleaning/unjamming rod and a speedloader to get you going. From Extreme Airsoft, this gas powered shot retails for £159.99 which is such a good price point considering just how close it is to the TM870 Breacher (which can retail for up to £300!). You can save an extra 5% using my code ‘femmefatale’ at the checkout (not an affiliate, just saving you cash)!

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Hi friends! 

Welcome back to the blog. I’ve recently started reviewing the Golden Eagle gas shotgun range from Extreme Airsoft and in this blog post, we’ll be looking at the kind of compatible accessories that are available for airsoft shotguns.

First up, we have the Salamander Kit from Air Systems Plus, which is a 3D printed gadget that allows you to run M4 mags in an airsoft shotgun to expand its ammo capacity and is perfect if you don’t want to reload shells. It has a shotgun shell shaped piece that inserts into where you load the shotgun leaving the breech door open) and the M4 mag just inserts into the bottom of the Salamander kit. It’s super easy to install as it’s just a plug and play adapter so can be utilised by players of all levels for uninterrupted gameplay. It retails for £69.99, here at Extreme Airsoft.

Another cool accessory to expand your ammo carrying capacity is the Battle-axe Shotgun Electric Drum Magazine. It is a battery-powered drum mag that is capable of carrying 1,200 rounds. It’s compatible with shotguns where the pump handle does not travel over the Breech Door when it is pumped (so do check your shotty before purchasing to make sure it’ll fit!). Like the Salamander kit above, it has a shotgun shell piece that inserts where you load the shotgun. To get rocking and rolling all you need are 3 X AAA batteries and some BBs! From Extreme it retails, here for £59.99.

Last on this shortlist is something to carry your ammo - the Deadly Customs Kydex Shot Gun Shell Holsters. Constructed from Kydex with a malice clip, these holsters hold 3 x shotgun shells. Available in Black, ODG (Green) and Coyote Brown (Tan). They’re available from Deadly Customs and Extreme Airsoft, they retail for £16.99 on the DC website but are on sale at the time of writing from £7.99 at Extreme.

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Hey friends! 

Welcome back to the blog! It’s been a while, hasn’t it? Life has been manic lately but I’m back on it. Last week I visited Extreme Airsoft and they’d just had a delivery of Golden Eagle Gas Shotguns. I’ve not had a lot of experience with Golden Eagle guns so naturally, it was time to test them! First up in the series is the Golden Eagle M870 M-LOK Tri-Shot Gas Pump Action Shotgun

The Golden Eagle M870 M-LOK Tri-Shot Gas Pump Action Shotgun is a replica of the shorter M870, that has an added AR pistol grip, buffer tube and a sliding six-position stock. It has been manufactured mostly from alloy and only uses Polymer for the pistol grip and stock to be as close to the real thing as possible. It’s gas-powered and features a 20mm rail on the receiver, a ghost ring rear iron sight already installed, an M-LOK style pump handle, an AR-style pistol grip, a six-position stock that conceals the internal gas tank in the buffer tube. The magazine tube for the shotgun can be used as a shell holder by unscrewing the front cover. There is a thumb-through safety near the trigger, which prevents the shotgun from firing and at the rear of the receiver, there is a QD sling socket ready to accept a QD sling loop. 

Aesthetically, I think it looks fab - I really like the stock and the M-LOK style pump handle, these features make it stand out and make it look more expensive than it is. As it is full metal it has a good weight to it, but it isn’t too heavy. It definitely feels sturdy in the hand. It’s really compact, so super easy to move around corners and through doorways. 

Just like the TM series of gas shotguns, the Golden Eagle range accept standard airsoft shotgun shells so you can use any existing shells you already have. It can be set to fire either 3rnd or 6rnd burst (or spicy mode as I like to call it). It also accepts shotgun drum mags if you need to do some serious breaching. 

So now we know about its features, let us chat about its usability. It’s been years since I’ve used an airsoft shotgun but the user manual is really easy to understand, and in turn, this makes it easy to get rocking and rolling. To fill the internal gas tank all you need to do is slide the stock out and it will reveal the gas fill valve. To load the Shotgun you need to press the release lever for the breech door that is located near the trigger and push the shotgun shell into place until it clicks and close the breech door! To set the shotgun to either 3rnd or 6rnd burst, you can pull back on the pump and move the slider behind the mock bolt. 

What I was pleasantly surprised with was the range! I didn’t expect much for such an affordable, compact gun but it took me by complete surprise. With a full gas tank, it was ranging approximately 30 metres - which is more than enough for any CQB site in the UK. It has that distinctive shotgun racking sound which gives you a hint of realism and the stock makes it easy and comfortable to shoulder.

In the box, you get the Golden Eagle M870 M-LOK Tri-Shot Gas Pump Action Shotgun, 3 Airsoft Shotgun Shells and a speedloader (very handy)! It retails from Extreme Airsoft for £179.99 which is a fantastic price point for an alloy gas shotgun.

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