The great thing about Novritsch rifles is that they are pre-upgraded and versatile: you can easily use them in both CQBs and outdoors.
The SSR4 – an affordable rifle optimal for beginners, a universal solution
The SSX303 – a gas-powered Marksman rifle that is super-lightweight and accurate. Outranges AEGs, semi-auto only.
The SSR15 – an electric rifle suitable everywhere. Forest or CQB, this one gives you the upper hand.
The SSR90 – a compact electric rifle made for tight corners. It has enough performance for forests as well.
What's the best Airsoft Rifle for me?
Airsoft Rifles come in all different shapes and sizes. When it comes to NOVRITSCH Airsoft Rifles, you have to consider your playstyle in order to pick the optimal rifle for you.
The SSX303 is great for those playing mostly mid to long-ranged games. The 303 is actually a DMR, meaning it is a hybrid between regular Assault Rifles and Sniper Rifles. This makes it a bit tougher for beginners but extremely fun and rewarding. We went more in-depth with the DMR role on our blog.
If you want a true all-rounder, we would advise choosing between the SSR4 or SSR90. Both are compatible in terms of range and accuracy so it all comes down to which platform you prefer. Most people go with the AR platform (SSR4 or the Premium SSR15) because everyone uses it and you have all the accessories for it. No argument against that, the platform is good.
However, especially if you intend to visit CQB fields, we recommend you explore the SSR90. It's a bit cheaper, offers a higher fire rate and is in a backpack-sized package. And even if you end up in a forest, this thing will easily compete with other platforms. More about that the P90 Guide.
Electric Airsoft Rifles VS Gas Airsoft Rifles: Difference?
There is a substantial difference. In general, Gas Airsoft Rifles are about immersion, realism and snappy action. With Electric Airsoft Rifles, the key focus is on simple operation and efficient firepower.
In most cases, going electric is the option recommended to beginners. That is for a good reason. You plug in the battery, load it with BBs and are good to go. Almost no maintenance is required and these replicas offer a great deal of reliability these days.
With Gas Rifles, it's getting a bit more tricky. You have heavier, more expensive magazines. You need to keep your rifle fairly maintained and you generally don't get as much firepower as you would with an AEG. Yet, many people opt for the Gas Rifles as the feeling you get from them is purely awesome. However, you need to know your way around in airsoft a bit in order not to get outplayed.
Can Airsoft Rifles shoot Full Auto?
From a technical standpoint, yes. Most of the rifles can easily go Full Auto. This is especially true with the SSR90 and the SSR4 or SSR15. However, you should make sure that you are legally allowed to shoot/buy an airsoft gun that can do Full Auto.
For instance, in Germany, you can only get a Full Auto replica if the gun is under 0.5 Joules. But don't worry, we have you covered on this one. Just check the gun you like and you will find this information right in the description!
How to make Airsoft Rifles more powerful?
This depends on how powerful you want your Rifle to be. With electric replicas from NOVRITSCH, you get up to 1,6 Joules with the stronger variants, which is easily enough for all the outdoor fields. Before going up with the power, you should always check the limits of the place you intend to play in.
With our replicas, we don't recommend going up with the power. With other replicas, you can sometimes increase the output power by checking the air seal (especially in the Hop-Up chamber) or exchanging the spring. Just be aware that a spring that is too strong may damage your gearbox!