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  • Electronic Burst of Steel (EBOS) rifle
  • Uses an 88-gram CO2 cartridge
  • Semiauto or burst-mode full-auto
  • 24-rd mag, 400-rd reservoir!
  • Electronic trigger control
  • Burst mode for 4 or 8 rounds at a time!
  • Tactical foregrip
  • Weaver/Picatinny rails
  • Adjustable front sight
  • Adjustable rear sight
  • Built-in (non-removable) mag
  • If you use the bulk-fill CO2 adapter, the buttstock won't fit on the gun

The Umarex EBOS is one of the most exciting CO2 guns made. We've taken the basic gun and kicked it up a couple notches by making an adapter that attaches to a bulk-fill CO2 tank. The adapter is listed in the ACCESSORIES link for this gun. It's a simple process. As it comes from the factory, the EBOS CO2 submachine gun can use only 88-gram CO2 tanks. They will deliver a lot of shots. But, if you want to really economize, get our CO2 bulk-fill adapter (AV-00034) and pick up a 12-oz. CO2 bulk-fill tank (KM-JAA12T) and get ready to rock! You can use a 20-oz. CO2 bulk-fill tank, but it'll be pretty heavy to hold for extended periods and may not allow you to fully enjoy the experience.
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Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity540 fpsMeasured with 5.1-gr. ammo
Barrel Length9.7"
Overall Length24.75"
Shot Capacity24
Front SightBlade and Ramp
Rear SightAdjustable
ScopeableWeaver mounts
Suggested forPlinking/Fun
Max Shots per Fill300
Body TypeSubmachine gun
Weight3.0 lbs
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By John from USA on 2015-10-28
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Things I liked: The idea of burst fire.

Things I would have changed: Batteries don't line up well making the gun kinda poop bbs not shoot them, just today for some reason it decided to eat 3 of my co2 tanks with an absurd leak.

What others should know: Not sure this is worth it.

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By Donald from USA on 2015-09-03
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Things I liked: nothing

Things I would have changed: power, accuracy

What others should know: don't waste your money, worse co2 airgun I have

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By Mike from USA on 2015-08-31
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Things I liked: Electronics and solenoid should remove most of the issues plaguing the Storm and the Force. Somewhat of a DROZD BumbleBee equivalent given the 24 round "internal magazine" with nearly exactly the same controls and control values. At 1/3rd the price Hopper for quick "magazine" reloads. 88 gram for more shooting between changes; the "slow fire rate" (it seems slow compared to Force/Storm) fits well with keeping CO2 pressure up during bursts. Decent enough built in stock & also styling.

Things I would have changed: Easier adaption to bulk CO2 as the 88/90 gram cartridges get expensive as much as one naturally blasts with this. Fire rate is far slower than the Force/Storm; while more reliable - people more naturally pick them up due to the fire rate. And with CA adapters there'd be no velocity drop off difference between the 88s and the Force/Storm 2x12gram.

What others should know: PA can hook you up with an 88 to 1/8 male QD set of adapters; Plan carefully and drill through the stock so you can hook up CA. Shouldn't be too hard and still look good. Optionally drill and tap an 88/90 for 1/8 npt, install and match to stock, drill stock for QD male access, and have CA port with 88/90 as free adapter and reservoir . I think Sergey's Board for the Blackbird should work with this given the same power and similar electronic solenoid. Check out the BB Machine Gun Forums for it.

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  • anthony from USA asked:

    smooth bore?

    • Bill from USA asked:

      This gun is described as having a plastic barrel. Does the plastic barrel have a metal insert?

      • Mike from USA asked:

        Can "Sergey's Board" for the Blackbird be used with this? Seems like it should given similarities (6xAA, internal space, and electric solenoid, and Chinese copying of electronic fire control)

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        Item Description

        In stockUX-2252150 [PY-2042-4157]
        24-rd mag, 400-rd reservoir, semi-auto or burst-mode full-auto, lots of shots per CO2 tank
        Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
        Max Velocity540 fpsMeasured with 5.1-gr. ammo
        Muzzle Energy3.3 ft/lbsMeasured with 5.1-gr ammo

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