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USAirsoft: 23 Crazy Custom Airsoft Pistols

Submitted by OptimusPrime on Tue, 10/22/2019 - 05:38

A long list of custom airsoft pistols for you to ogle over is featured by USAirsoft... "This quickly became me biggest episode of The Airsoft Tops Series. I just couldn't bare to cut anyone out of this showcase. 23 builds stood out the most out of over 300 submissions from Facebook groups like The Airsoft Heretics Group, The USAirsoft page,  and the 1911/Hi-Capa Replicas Group.

23 builds from around the globe to make this pistols countdown a really difficult episode to top.

Specna Arms M4A1 AEG Review

Submitted by OptimusPrime on Tue, 10/22/2019 - 05:38

Tom's Airsoft Channel checks out the Specna Arms M4A1 AEG as part 3 of this beginner airsoft series. Turn on your language captions as this is done in German... "Hey guys, today part 3 of the beginner airsoft series! The Specna Arms models are only a short time available on the German market again and definitely convince on the data sheet. But is Specna Arms really that good?

Greetings - Tom"

Airsoftjunkiez: TAGInn Hand Grenades

Submitted by OptimusPrime on Tue, 10/22/2019 - 05:38

Previously, Airsoftjunkiez announced that they got a massive delivery of TAGInn grenades and launchers. These are pyros and dummies in different shapes and sizes made to make airsoft and milsim events more fun or realistic. In this video, they demo the pyro hand grenades. You can go to their online store to find out what they have available for your needs.

Airsoft Action: Thermal vs Night Vision

Submitted by OptimusPrime on Tue, 10/22/2019 - 05:38

An introduction to night vision devices by Airsoft Action TV with a comparison of Thermal and Night Vision... "We shot this earlier this year but never got around to using it as I had to drop out of the event early.

What should you buy? Night Vision or Thermal? We've got a whole stack of night vision and thermal content coming over the next couple of months but to start you off here's a chat about the differences.

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Joker Airsoft G&G Show Yourself Photo Op

Submitted by OptimusPrime on Tue, 10/22/2019 - 05:38

Joker Airsoft joined in the G&G Show Yourself 2019 Photo Contest and they made a video about the photo op for their entries... "Hey how about Airsofters!, We are participating in the SHOW YOURSELF of G&G ARMAMENT with the photoshoot called: CYBERPUNK, we leave you this short video to appreciate the photographs and support us with a like by opening the following link."

The photo contest ended last 7 October and thus, voting for the photos have already ended.


Submitted by OptimusPrime on Mon, 10/21/2019 - 06:02

A new darling in the airsoft gas blowback segment of the market is here and it is the GHK MK18 Gas Blowback Rifle. With the design licensed from Colt Manufacturing and Daniel Defense, this uses the GHK M4 V2 system. It has an initial muzzle velocity of 120m/s, 245mm inner barrel length, and a 40-round magazine. Power source is 12kg gas and CO2. RedWolf Airsoft has this in stock and here is Marck of RWTV to give his take if this the best GBB rifle to date.

Airsoft GI "Gas Powered 1911" Edition

Submitted by OptimusPrime on Mon, 10/21/2019 - 06:02

In one of the recent blogposts by Airsoft GI TV is about the 1911 pistols in  airsoft. Here they try to answer the top questions regarding 1911 GBB pistols... "The real Colt 1911a1 was designed by John M. Browning. The US Army began use of this model on March 29, 1911 and became known as the Model 1911. The U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps adopted this gun in 1913. Over the years and many battles, the 1911 has become an iconic handgun. Many manufacturers have adopted this model and have made changes throughout the years.

Secutor Arms Ludus & Saigo Defense Kenji

Submitted by OptimusPrime on Mon, 10/21/2019 - 06:02

SKW Airsoft will be having available for distribution an Hi-Capa pistol and an AEG series from Saigo Defense. The Hi-Capa GBB Pistol is called Ludus which is their tradition of calling some of their airsoft series with Latin terms and this means ""play, game, sport, training." The AEG Series from Saigo Defense are the Kenji Series which of course use Japanese terms for their products.

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