Best HPA Airsoft Gun
High-Pressure Air, or HPA, is a designation given to airsoft guns that use a different shooting mechanism than most other weapons. Automatic Electric Guns (AEGs) pressurize air using a mechanical system before shooting. HPA guns, on the other hand, store some pressurized air in an external canister that is sent to the chamber on each trigger pull.
Many good HPA guns are available in the airsoft market now, but few can compare to the ASG CZ Scorpion EVO 3 A1 Airsoft SMG – Wolverine HPA Edition. ASG went above and beyond with the internals, making it more than merely a licensed copy. It’s a work of art that you can trust in any situation.
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ASG CZ Scorpion EVO 3 A1 Airsoft SMG – Wolverine HPA Edition
A typical licensed airsoft gun will resemble the original design in materials and appearance. However, none are as accurate as this ASG Scorpion EVO 3 A1. The steel parts are almost the same as those on the original, so you’ll find it feels like an actual firearm.
The bolt of this weapon locks back when the magazine runs out of BBs, and you need to reach for the bolt release after reloading. This feature makes it an accurate copy of how the weapon works in real life, increasing the immersive feeling.
However, that’s not the star component of the Scorpion EVO 3 A1 clone. The HPA engine is what you should make note of.
- 400 FPS with 0.20g BBs
- Fully licensed
- Ambidextrous controls
- Sling attachment points
- Variable rate of fire
- Bolt hold-open on empty feature
- Top-tier adjustable ASG ULTIMATE hop-up
- CNC-machined in Denmark
- Battery and charger not included
- HPA tank and regulator not included
- Full-auto, semi-auto, 3-round burst, and safe modes
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The Wolverine Inferno Gen 2 HPA Engine
The Gen 2 Inferno engine boasts a patent-pending independent poppet and nozzle design and a novel single solenoid. These features are designed to address the “open bolt problem” found on some airsoft guns.
Open bolt systems are easy to tune and efficient. They also don’t have first-round dry firing. Unfortunately, they make hop-ups more challenging to adjust. The Inferno Gen 2 combines the advantages above while also incorporating the closed bolt system’s ease of hop-up access.
The Gen 2 system is also around 15% more efficient than Wolverine Airsoft’s older products. Such a hybrid design also lets the gun pause between loading and firing.
Many expert airsoft players love customizing their gear. Even though many hop-up options are available, the Inferno Gen 2 is compatible with most of them.