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WW2 was a turning point in the history of human warfare. It saw the use of several innovative battle techniques and the widespread use of technological innovation saw a huge increase in the lethality and ingenuity of weapons used.

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WW2 has been and continues to be immortalized in several popular pieces of literature, music, movies and video games. The war saw the use of some of the most iconic rifles that live on in the popular consciousness to this day.

Airsoft manufacturers have jumped in to meet the demand for this thriving segment and created some truly wonderful WW2 replica rifles that look and feel as close to the real thing as you can possibly get.

Today, we are going to look at the best of this segment and tell you which WW2 rifle you should choose to bring some retro fun to your matches.

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1. King Arms M1A1 Military Garand

Better known to most of us as the ‘Tommy Gun’, the M1A1 is a historic weapon that has been the weapon of choice of some of cinema’s most-loved gangsters and outlaws during their rampages. Not many people know however that it was widely used in WW2 and by law-enforcement agencies.

This King Arms replica of the beloved rifle comes with a wood stock (rare for replicas), silver finish, handguard and pistol grip to hit all the nostalgia buttons. This is an extremely well-crafted replica with a full-metal build which makes it durable. The gun feels great to hold and is comfortable to grip so you’ll be able to move around the battlefield well.

This replica is compatible with both stick and drum-style magazines, although we must say just for nostalgia’s sake the drum style magazine has a special place in our heart. It is capable of firing full-auto and semi-auto at a respectable 380-410 FPS. There is an adjustable rear sight and adjustable hop up for improved accuracy.

This is a long rifle (33.8 inches) and at 6.8 pounds is decently heavy so keep that in mind before you buy. You can outfit this rifle with a battery up to 5000 mAH which will give you plenty of time to rampage through the battlefield while yelling your favorite war cry.

2. ​Thompson M1A1 Airsoft Rifle

As the name suggests, this rifle is a replica of the iconic Thompson SMG. The stock of the original was wooden, but here it is built out of ABS plastic which makes it significantly lighter. Other than the stock, pistol grip and hand guard this gun is fully made out of metal.

The original Thompson SMG had a retractable stock, but this replica doesn’t. This might make for a slightly inauthentic experience for players who want it to feel as close to the real thing as possible.

This is an exceptionally powerful gun with a firing speed of 466 FPS with 0.12g BBs. It features a full-metal gearbox with reinforced steel gears making the rifle highly accurate. The two-way adjustable rear sight will allow you to bring down far away targets with ease.

Overall, this is a fantastic replica of the original Thompson rifle and will offer WW2 Airsoft players an authentic experience with some modern twists that make it perform even better.

3. AGM Airsoft MP44 Sturmgewehr StG-44 WWII AEG

This MP44 rifle was made infamous by the Nazi brigade during WWII, and the AGM Airsoft variant is extremely close to the real thing. It handles well and the feel of using this will transport you back to a different time in human history. It has a metal outer barrel and external receiver.

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The black paint coating makes the whole ensemble come together nicely and gives it enough durability to withstand some of the common scrapes and bruises that occur during a match.

The original rifle had a slight design fault that made the stock wobble. Interestingly, AGM has replicated this design fault in their replica weapon, although they have replaced the wooden stock with ABS plastic. This may be a minus point for some but if you’re looking for absolute authenticity, I guess you have to accept the good with the bad. The wobble happens due to how the stock fits into the receiver unit.

This is a very accurate weapon and can be trusted to hit targets reliably at a distance of about 50 yards. It is also a very powerful weapon, firing 0.25g BBs at 431 FPS. The magazine included is high-capacity and holds 430 rounds.

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Overall, this is a tremendously accurate replica of a German classic and boasts stellar performance and power. The high-grade construction ensures a sturdy assembly overall. We highly recommend this for those of you who are looking to hop into a WW2 Airsoft match with some serious firepower.

4. Elite Force M1911 A1 CO2


This Elite Force product is a replica pistol with a CO2 blowback mechanism.

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The design is very innovative and features several unique touches that make it different than other M1911 Airsoft replicas out there. One of the major changes is that it allows you to pour BBs into the magazine instead of tediously loading them individually. This will save you a lot of time and energy especially when you’re in a tight situation in an intense battle.

This is a very powerful pistol that can cause a lot of damage to players in close combat situations if you aren’t judicious or if your opponents aren’t wearing enough protection.

The matte black finish really gives this weapon a realistic look. It has a counterclockwise, 14mm threaded barrel which makes it possible to add a silencer in case you want to play like a silent assassin. The black plastic grips allow you to maintain a firm hold on the weapon.

It has a 16-round magazine and shoots 0.20g BBs at up to 380 FPS which is quite formidable. To make things even better, the pistol has an adjustable hop which makes it much more accurate.

Overall, this is a great choice for WW2 airsoft matches. It looks a lot like the original and the design modifications make it extremely powerful and accurate. It also comes at an affordable price point – what’s not to like?

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5.Wingun Mosin-Nagant M44 Airsoft Rifle

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The Mosin-Nagant is another WW2 classic that has been featured in dozens of movies and games. This replica is an authentic recreation of the bayonet variant of the original WW2 rifle. You should probably remove the bayonet before you step onto the field though because you could end up really hurting yourself or someone else.

This is a CO2 powered Airsoft rifle with full-metal internals. The outer body is built out of ABS plastic but the styling and coloring give it a distinctly wooden look when seen from a distance. At 8.2 pounds, this may be a slightly heavier rifle than some Airsoft players are used to.

In service of authenticity, this rifle features a 12-round magazine without the blowback mechanism that you will find in a lot of modern weaponry. It is capable of firing at a whopping 480 FPS! As a matter of fact, this amount of power may not be allowed in some Airsoft fields.

Overall, this is a faithful remake of the original Mosin-Nagant, and the bayonet adds another layer of realism. The high amount of firing power makes it a good choice for players who can deal with the extra weight of the rifle.

Conclusion


WW2 Airsoft matches are more common than you might think. Just do a little bit of research and you will be able to find fellow period enthusiasts like yourself who want to relive a piece of history on the Airsoft field.

Make sure you have understood what kind of role you like to play in the match – are you more of a marksman or do you prefer playing a CQB position? Your play style will guide your choice of weapon.

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Other than that, there is really no one specific WW2 rifle from this list that will be perfect for you – we love the AGM MP44 as more of a one-size-fits-all, but all of the replicas on this list are great and offer some serious value for money.