Last December I bought a pair of boots from New Balance, the Abyss Coyote II 8-inch I found at Harry's Army Surplus in the United States. I was looking for a type of boots that I could use both in and out of the field, and these in my personal opinion seemed perfect, since they look kinda casual just like some of those commercial adventure boots, but cooler!
The video review of newest MOSFET AEG fire controller in the market. Don't sneer at the fruity name of this product as it can give you a good upgrade for your AEG and giving you the settings that you want when you fire your AEG. This is one of the easiest MOSFETs to install as it does not require any soldering as compared to early MOSFETs. Full text of the video review below:
When we first got our hands on the ICS Galil ARM we were impressed with the quality of the build and materials used, especially the wooden handguard. So when I heard that ICS is releasing a Tactical Rifle variant of the Galil, I was a bit sceptical as I have always envisioned the Galil as an old, historic rifle with wood and metal alone. No fancy bits, simply “Old School.” So a tactical variant seemed very odd and I have always imagined it not looking very pleasant to the eyes.
Ever since I started playing airsoft, players have always tried to outdo, not only each other but also the rules that govern the game itself. Most players I have played with have at one time opened their gearboxes up and tried to push the power of their AEG to the limit of what they can get away with.
This time, Moondog gets his hands on the Česká Zbrojovka 75 Compact CO2-powered Gas Blowback Pistol which is licensed under ASG. This is a hard hitting compact airsoft pistol, given the nature of its power source. We do not recommend it to be a skirmish pistol in the UK, but can be used in woodland skirmishes in other countries legally.
Video review and the text used in the review for your reference is provided right after it:
The Mosin-Nagant, made popular in the movie “Enemy at the Gates” was issued to the Russian Infantry during the 1890’s. Now the airsoft company Zeta Labs who also released the airsoft version of the Soviet Union RPG-7, has released its airsoft version of this beautiful and historical rifle. We are privileged to be provided a review unit by the Hong Kong-based online airsoft retailer Get Reload.
My name is Dave, and I've been airsofting since late 2004. I've owned a wide variety of different guns, including gas blow backs, spring bolt action snipers and shotguns, and quite a selection of AEGs. I take great pride in my weapons, never stopping to produce exactly what I want. While not skirmishing I lurk around on ArniesAirsoft forums and attempt to do silly things to my AEGs (such as a 50 round per second MP5K - Good times!).
Moondog reviews the WE G39C (G36C) Gas Blowback rifle which is the hardest kicking gas blowback rifle made by WE to date. The video review shows the take down of the rifle and Moondog talks in German whenever he gets to hold the rifle. Full transcript of the video review is included below as always.
The latest video review from Moondog as he takes a "Walmart-y" packaged CO2-powered Walther P99 Gas Blowback Pistol from Umarex. This is a made in Taiwan gas blowback pistol and while it's a gas blowback pistol, watching the video, the slide gives a "plink" sound. not a solid one as we are used to with our gas blowback pistols that we use as backup weapons. It can be nice for backyard plinking, but Moondog thinks it can also be used for CQB games.
The original real world Magpul Masada was created to enhance the features of the M16/AR15 rifle but during its design and manufacturing phase where other platforms were being looked into, the manufacturers decided to incorporate the best features from different platforms into one single unified design.