Quality control test and performance validations


Precise accuracy can make the game unfair. Extended range can render you unreachable. Increased durability will outlast the competition. Our Airsoft gun collection features builds that combine the latest technology and over-engineered modifications to deliver a truly superior advantage on the field.

The parts our engineers install are constantly updating to equip customers with the best so we test parts both individually before they are installed and the build as a whole. Below is what we use to reference the performance our guns will ultimately output. 



Most fields and events in the USA will chrono test Airsoft guns on feet per second velocity with typically .2 gram BBs with a set limit players need to measure under. To make it easier for our customers to find a gun they can actually play with, we test our builds to be able to shoot within common FPS limits. We measure FPS with .2 gram BBs to test if the gun can shoot under but as close as possible to the referenced velocity ratings. Different extreme environments, and hop up adjustments may affect velocity measurements. Contact customer support if you would like to request an alteration info@umbrellaarmory.com.


The listed rounds per second our Airsoft guns will shoot at. We test our AEGs at 12.6 volts on our power supply that simulates a fully charged 11.1 volt lithium polymer battery. Most commonly we read the rate of fire measurements off both chronograph and statistics if available from the integrated electronic control system of the gun. However in some circumstances such as, T&E we use more advanced methods such as audio recording wavelength analyzations to further confirm rate of fire.


Since Airsoft is generally not able to reference MOA as a metric for accuracy, we instead list the approximate effective range our Airsoft guns can engage at using the referenced optimal BB weight and ideal amount of hop. Our guns equipped with R-Hop barrel assemblies will naturally be able to achieve better long range accuracy and overall effectiveness with heavier weight BBs so using lighter than referenced weight BBs will decrease effective range. 


Tested commonly at 12.6 volts on our power supply that simulates a fully charged 11.1 Volt lithium polymer battery. This is the approximate time this AEG takes to complete a full cycle from trigger pull to piston pick up, to release. Note this is not a trigger response time (trigger pull to piston release) as that can be manipulated through pre-cocking and not an effective measurement of performance throughput.