SSG10 A1 Airsoft Sniper Rifle

The most competitive airsoft sniper rifle on the market.
  • Incredibly Durable. It can take an M220 spring (5 Joules).
  • Supreme Accuracy.
  • Maintains AirSeal even with the strongest springs on the market.
  • Highly Customizable VSR-10 platform.
  • Quiet due to soft piston head.
  • Magazine pop-out spring.
  • Includes hardshell gun case.
  • 25 Years of free spare parts. (terms and conditions)
  • Extensive video library with courses and guides.
  • Designed by passionate Airsoft players in Vienna, Austria.
  • Vienna-based Tech support team.
Weight: 2000g Length: 107cm You can choose the installed spring. (country overview) The SSG10 A1 comes already assembled. Not sure which BB weight to use? Check out this table:
Joule BB Weight
>1 Joule 0.28g BBs
2.2 Joules 0.43g BBs
2.8 Joules 0.46g BBs
5.0 Joules 0.49g BBs
Shipping & Energy - Country Overview All Joule measurements were taken with 0.46g BBs and all FPS measurements with 0.2 g BBs.
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Lightweight and efficient.

Gear which support my aggressive playstyle. To learn more press the red dots on the picture.

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Safety is the number one priority in Airsoft. The most vulnerable body parts are obviously your eyes, teeth and the whole face. Therefore, I’m using high quality googles with anti-fog layer and mesh mask that protects my skin and more importantly, my teeth.

Your safety should have the highest priority all the time so please choose only high quality products for your own protection that you know you can trust! You can only enjoy playing Airsoft when you feel safe.

My Rifle:

As for my primary gun I’m using the stock SSG24 sniper rifle with the NOVRITSCH Scope set. It’s the perfect combination that not only looks great but is also fully functional.

The rifle is completely stock without any internal modifications so if you decide to buy it from my website, you will be able to play and shoot exactly like me in my Youtube videos.

The scope offers a magnification range of 3x – 9x power so it’s very versatile for any application but I found the sweet spot to be around 4x power. You can see your target well while still maintaining an overview of the whole area around it.

My Sidearm:

As my secondary I’m using the SSP-1 pistol with CO2 magazines. This gas has slightly higher pressure than standart green gas and makes the gun perfect for close to mid-range engagements.

As a sniper I need accurate and reliable sidearm since in many situations, especially in buildings, the use of a long sniper rifle is not appropriate or not allowed at all. Therefore, a great pistol that you can depend on is a must!

Battle Belt:

I only carry things that help me fullfill my mission on the field. If I’m at a fast-phased game, you will not see me carrying a compass, or a camelback because I will not need it for this type of game. You will also never find dummy grenades or anything like that on my belt. It is setup for one thing and one thing only. Efficiency.

Everything I need fits on a belt. No need for a heavy plate carrier or chest rig. Since my belt is modular it changes from time to time but the most basic setup consist of the following:

Two SSG24 magazines in two full-seal pouches. One is mounted in the front so that I can access it rapidly in an emergency situation. The second one is mounted on my back, so that it’s easier to reach it when I’m in prone position. Counting the magazine in my SSG24, that’s 84 BBs that I can send downrange without reloading any magazine. For my pistol I carry 3 spare magazines in open-style pouches made by Templars Gear. The magazines fit very securely while giving me instant access to them for a reload.

One speedloader filled with 90 .46g Sniper BBs held by a pistol magazine pouch is mounted on my back. If I run out of ammunition for my rifle I can always grab it and fill all my three magazines completely so that I’m ready for another enemy encounter. I try to keep this speedloader fully loaded with BBs so that it doesn’t rattle when I’m moving closer to the enemy. Silence is a key element to success.

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Battle belt can get heavy and sometimes move on your body when you’re running. Since I only want to focus on the game, there’s no place for adjusting my gear every time I run from cover to cover. That’s why I use the harness in combination with my battle belt. It makes sure that the belt stays in the right place. It also helps with the weight distribution and just makes for a more stable platform overall. It’s perfect for carrying heavy gear like the sidearm, magazines or grenades and it also lets me mount a hydration pouch for longer games.

Additionally, the option to mount my hitmarker high on my body where people can always see it is a plus too.

Battle Dress Uniform:

Under my gear I’m rocking a Combat shirt and Combat pants made by Invader Gear. I’ve been playing airsoft for more than 11 years now and so far I’ve tried everything. I started with cheap copies from china but the quality was not good for hard use which you can expect when playing Airsoft. Then I moved to the used military uniforms which you can buy for a reasonable price but the problem was that they often lack the features of modern-style combat uniforms. I also tried the best uniforms that you can buy on the market but you cannot really justify the 200 dollar price tags.

Then I found Invader Gear that offers all the features and great quality at a reasonable price. In my opinion, this is the best uniform that you can buy for the price.

Other Accessories:

I’m also using the Airsoft Innovations XL Burst grenades which are perfect for clearing buildings or individual rooms. Loud bang caused by expanding gas makes their use very realistic while being completely safe for other players on the field.
To record my gameplays, I’m using multiple cameras on the gun and my body.

The NOVRITSCH Scopecam is tailored specifically to Airsoft players and can be purchased on my website. The other cameras I’m using are Gopro Hero 4 (Headcam), Gopro Hero 6 (Selfiecam) and Insta 360 One (Shouldercam).