Novritsch Airsoft Pistols come in gas blowback, non-blowback or electric variants, working as reliable secondaries or even replacing your primary rifle. When choosing, consider multiple factors… Continue reading…

The SSP5 System (122)

The SSP5 System

A unique, competitive gas blowback pistol. Snappy, yet controllable gun suited for use as a primary pistol thanks to a bunch of unique technical solutions. Fully customizable! #Fast #Competitive #Innovative
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The SSP2 System (108)

The SSP2 System

A rugged, gas blowback pistol. Snappy and controllable recoil suited for use as a primary pistol thanks to many of unique technical solutions. Fully customizable! #Sharp #Reliable #Modular
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The SSP18 System (117)

The SSP18 System

An aggressive airsoft pistol that has the most fun per second. The gas-powered operation gives it realism, while the fixed barrel adds accuracy. This gun is favored by many for a good reason. Great with Tracers! #FullAuto #Realistic #Customizable
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The SSP1 System (113)

The SSP1 System

Considered a true workhorse. Made to last. This gas airsoft pistol isn’t gonna break down on you. It’s also heavier, giving it an excellent Blowback kick! Exceptionally fun to shoot. #Sturdy #Kicking #Enjoyable
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The SSX23 System (80)

The SSX23 System

The backup for snipers. With no compromise, this gun is made for efficiency. Non-blowback action makes it both extremely efficient and accurate. Combine it with a suppressor for a quiet & deadly action. #Accurate #Silent #Efficient
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The SSE18 System (70)

The SSE18 System

An AEP - short for automatic electric pistol. It is full auto, limited to 0.5J, has a fixed slide, and runs with a lipo battery. Electric Pistols have one big advantage over Gas Blowback Pistols: they work no matter what. #Quiet #Reliable #Customizable #Efficient
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The pistol is there to make the difference where your primary cannot. No matter what, your airsoft pistol is easy to access, always available, and worn on the belt or plate carrier. A quality airsoft pistol is essential to get you out of a tight spot. Versatile and maneuverable, they are the main element of your kit.

How do we name our pistols?

  • The SSP Series - SSP series are our line of Gas Blow Back (GBB) pistols, utilizing compressed gas to shoot BBs and simulate the recoil of real firearms by cycling the slide with each shot for a lifelike shooting experience.
  • The SSX Series - SSX is our range of Non-Blow Back (NBB) airsoft guns, designed to shoot BBs using compressed gas without the moving slide action, offering a more efficient use of gas and a quieter operation for stealth gameplay.
  • The SSE Series - The SSE18 is our Automatic Electric Pistol (AEP) airsoft gun powered by rechargeable batteries to shoot BBs. They provide consistent performance in a compact form and for pretty cheap, ideal for players seeking reliability without spending much money.

What airsoft pistol is made for me?

Any airsoft player knows that airsoft pistols are a must-have when getting in close range with the opponent. A good backup airsoft gun pistol might just change the outcome of your fight. Novritsch Airsoft Pistols are made to compete, so which one fits your style?
  • The SSP2 - A more affordable sister of the SSP5. Brings a ton of features for regular users at a decent price. Since it shares a platform with the SSP5, it can also use plenty of its accessories, incl. flashlights, muzzle devices, and extended mags. Has a unique side mount for Red Dot users. PS: awesome metallic sound when shooting.
  • The SSP5 - Our premium-tier blowback pistol. Suitable for competition shooting and rifleless builds. There are 3 barrel-length options to choose from. Accessories range from colored parts, the lowest-sitting possible red dot, a universal holster, many muzzle devices, etc. Perfect for speedsoft builds. Power up to 1,5 Joule.
  • The SSP18 - A G-style Gas Pistol with blowback. Time-proven and reliable, this is the only gas pistol with Full Auto fire mode available. An array of spare parts and accessories are available, including colored and competition parts, carbine kit, universal holster, red dot, or flashlights. Compatible with CO2 magazines.
  • The SSX23 - Snipers' stealth sidearm. Gas pistol that lacks blowback, making it more silent and gas efficient. Often used with a suppressor for silent hits and creating confusion. It has very decent ranged accuracy and still takes enough accessories. The frame is a bit bigger, but the average adult hand should be just fine.
  • The SSP1 - A Novritsch Classic. People still get it for its reliability and design. There are more modern solutions, but the SSP1, with its nickname "workhorse," withstood the test of time. Heavier kick, enjoyable shooting experience, and readily available spare parts are among the selling points.
  • The SSE18 - Electric pistol. While lacking the kick of gas pistols and the moving slide, it is considerably more affordable (both gun and mags), as well as way cheaper to operate. Moreover, it does not suffer from winter temperatures. A Plug'n'Play solution. Our SSE18 uses modern LiPo batteries and includes Full Auto.

What's the difference between electric airsoft pistols and blowback airsoft pistols?

Airsoft gas pistols tend to often have blowback action to give more realism and are powered by Green gas or Co2. If the GBB (Gas Blow-Back) models are much more realistic thanks to their moving slide, the NBB (Non-Blow-Back) replicas like the SSX23 compensate for the lack of sensation they provide with better reliability, a more economical price, and less gas expenditure. However, it should be noted that gas guns are quite sensitive to low temperatures, to the point of sometimes suffering untimely outgassing, a phenomenon accentuated with metal replicas with a moving breech. Electric pistols, on the other hand, don't have any blowback system or gas operation yet are very fun to use. They have slightly less power but will always shoot thanks to their battery and require minimal maintenance.

How far can an Airsoft pistol shoot?

While airsoft pistols cannot outrange a sniper, our best airsoft pistols can compete with AEGs and maintain proper accuracy at 50 meters. Don't hesitate to run pistol-only, especially in close-range environments.

Do I need an airsoft sidearm?

As a sniper, yes, and most fields will oblige you to have one. As an AEG player, that depends on whether you expect to engage in close ranges, but it's always preferable to have one for practicality, and in case your primary has a malfunction. "Remember, switching to your pistol is always faster than reloading" -Gaz

What is the most powerful airsoft pistol?

In all fairness, there is none, or rather it depends. While there is no single pistol that is known to be the most powerful in the world, the power of an airsoft pistol will depend on the gas inside of it and the ambient temperature. Yet, you can always connect the pistol to HPA and give it the power you want... (not recommended, though) What is the best airsoft pistol, however, is a good question. It requires the perfect balance between power, accuracy, reliability and sensation. This is what we intend to provide with our range of pistols options to adapt to your preferences.

How much money should I invest in an airsoft pistol?

Overall it depends on your budget and needs, but generally, below 200 $ is a fair price. Keep in mind the price of magazines as well; a magazine of 35 $ is considered the standard. Above 200 bucks usually only makes sense for premium competition pistols and pistols intended to replace your primary weapon! If you are on a budget, it might be worth considering getting an AEP such as the Novritsch SSE18. Electric pistols are generally a bit cheaper to both purchase and run. Plus, the magazines cost only a fraction of their gas counterparts.