- WE-Tech Luger P08 S 4inch (Short) Full Metal
- Full metal construction
- Realistic field striping
- Gas operated Blowback function
- Adjustable Hop Up system
- Weight: 835 gr
- Length: 231 mm
- Barrel Length: 100 mm
So you finally got that Airsoft K98 or MP40 and all the gear to boot, but your authentic German WWII load out is still missing something, but what could it be? How about the infamous 9mm Luger used by the Germans from 1908 to 1938?
That’s it! But with the cost of all the gear you just bought, how can you expect to buy a Luger? Surely it must either cost a fortune or be horrible quality! Perhaps so, but WE has pioneered this part of the market once more! The WE Luger is not only cost effective, but it’s full metal and feels just like the real Luger!
The fully metal, semi-automatic gas blowback WE Luger pistol is among the finest WWII Luger replicas you will ever hold. Everything, from the weight, to the cold, metallic feel of the pistol is just perfect.
The level of attention with which WE has paid to the manufacturing of this gas blowback is reflected in its flawless metallic finish and its even more flawless operation. It shoots hard, it kicks hard, and yet it is still extremely accurate.
This P08 released by WE from Taiwan, is made full metal, which feels realistic to hold because of the weight and cool touch. The only exterior plastic parts are the grip plates!
It is that this gun functions exactly like the real Luger, the slide moving uniquely just like the real one. And there’s no guessing if you fired all of your BBs or not as when you’re out of ammo, the gun’s action will stay locked open.
It provides 290 FPS with using Top Gas and .2g BBs, which is a good result from a 4 inch barrel with a single stack magazine. The magazine is metal like the rest of the pistol and holds 15 BBs, which is pretty realistic for a single stack one.
The Parabellum-Pistole (Pistol Parabellum), popularly (but incorrectly) known as the Luger, is a toggle locked, recoil operated, semi-automatic pistol. The design was patented by Georg Luger in 1898 and produced by German arms manufacturer Deutsche Waffen- und Munitionsfabriken (DWM) starting in 1900; it was an evolution of the 1898 Hugo Borchardt designed C-93.The Luger was made popular by its use by Germany during World War I and World War II.
The Luger pistol is synonymous with the war and sought after by Allied troops as a war trophy. So famous is this gun that it’s still sought after by collectors from all over the world today.