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Ballistic Tsunami: TM Hi-Capa 4.3 Review

Ballistic Tsunami Tokyo Marui Hi-Capa 4.3 Pistol System Long Term Review (double stack 1911) Screencap

Our good friend operating from the State of California, Flanker, now has his latest review for you to watch and learn... "Hello Popular Airsoft! Thanks for supporting California Airsofters against SB798 even though you aren't from California. Really means a lot to me. I can name some retailers with lots of influence who are just itching for the competition to die out. This really shows me your passion for the sport. So again thanks. For this week's submission, I reviewed my goto pistol and also threw short bits on the dedicated holster and mag pouches I use with it. Enjoy!

The following text is from the youtube info section:

This has been a labor of love dedicated to Airsoft single and double stack 1911s...

Since this is a 'system review", included in this review are the following:

  1. TM Hi-Capa 4.3
  2. Clone Safariland 6004 holster: Glock 17 / 18C type
  3. Blackhawk polymer double mag pouch: NOTE pouches attached to chest rig via zip ties.
  4. A ton of background history on Tokyo Marui's contribution to the Airsoft communities' single and double stack 1911 styled gas blow back pistols

The Safariland is made for Glock 17 / 18c types but works reasonably well with the Hi-Capa 4.3 and clone 4.3s. Note that the double mag pouch is attached via zip ties because they were designed to attach to belts.

Want Flanker to review an accessory in this review?

Just comment below to vote for anything you want reviewed ;). We'll annotate a review link in this video when the review is available.

Find out why Flanker's goto pistol is the Tokyo Marui Hi-Capa 4.3. The ubiquitous double stack 1911 design or "Hi-Capa" is the staple of many airsofters whether it comes to milsim, casual, or even competitive shooting i.e. IPSC and IDPA. So how does this older Tokyo Marui design stack up against its newer clone brothers and competitors as of 2011? Watch and find out..."





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