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TM Hi-Capa 5.1 Full Auto 19 December

Tokyo Marui announced that they will be releasing the Tokyo Marui Hi-Capa 5.1 Full Auto AEP on the 19th of December 2018. This is will be available to airsoft players 10 years of age and above. The magazine has a capacity of 16 BBs and has a full length of 221mm. It has an adjustable hop-up and can be fire in semi and full auto modes.

Airsoft Entrepot: CYMA KM45 AEP

A big bad AEP from CYMA, the KM45/CM125 AEP is featured by Airsoft Entrepot and they have it in stock right now... "Highlighting the KM45 AEP CM125 Cyma, inspired by the USP developed in the 1990s by a very famous German firm. Although intended for the USA, the Bundeswehr adopted it all the same, under the name P8. The USP has been reproduced in different versions, including the USP Compact in .45 ACP here present."

Infamous Airsoft: Umarex M92A1 AEP

Gameplay video by Infamous Airsoft as he brings the Umarex M92A1 AEP into the CQB action... "Have you played an Airsoft game with electric guns? In this game, I will be testing for the first time an electric replica, specifically the Beretta M92A1 from Unarex, to test its performance in CQB and if it really serves to speed up the game. I hope you enjoy the video, leave a like and make your comments."

Mach Sakai: Marui Hi-Capa 4.3 EBB

For those who prefer using batteries rather than gas for the airsoft pistols can always get AEPs. Tokyo Marui just released their newest and it is a blowback AEP in the form of the Tokyo Marui Hi-Capa 4.3 EBB. Mach Sakai reviews it for externals, operation, and see how it performs in a steel challenge.


SRU demo the SR-PDW-K SMG conversion kit for the Tokyo Marui Glock 18C, the best selling AEP. They are now taking pre-orders and there are versions for WE/Marui G17, G34, and G35 GBB Pistols. Release date is seen to be on the 16th of March 2018 and if you use this code: SRUPDWK, you will get 20% off the kit.

Delta Tactics YAKUZA AEP Review

This review from Antre du Dingo Dingchavez covers one of the newere AEPs in the market, the Delta Tactics YAKUZA AEP. He does a short comparison between it and the best selling AEP, the Tokyo Marui Glock 18C AEP... "You don't like gas? You prefer shooting bursts instead of single shots? You don't mind not feeling recoil? This AEP by Delta Tactics fitted qith a LiPo might draw your interest!"

Nineball Evil Killer 08 Direct Mount

Laylax just got in stock the Nineball Evil Killer 08 Direct Mount. Made specifically for the Tokyo Marui Glock 18C AEP and would probably fit the CYMA clone too, this allows you to mount a reflex sight on the AEP. Mount is lightweight and give a low profile unlike previous mounts for the G18C AEP.

Evike [The Gun Corner]: CYMA CM126 M9 AEP are expecting the arrival of the new CYMA CM126 M9 AEP in December 2017 and are now taking pre-orders. Based on the Marui AEP system the slide is metal whilst the lower frame is made of polymer. It has full and semi firing modes with adjustable hop-up. It uses the 7.2v NiMH AEP battery just like the other Marui AEPs.

Hyperdouraku: Marui Hi-Capa 4.3 EBB

One of the pistols that will be released by Tokyo Marui and on display at the 57th All Japan Model & Hobby Show is the Hi-Capa 4.3 EBB. This is an AEP of the popular Hi-Capa pistol and has Electric Blowback Features. For those who prefer to use batteries than gas, then this is a good option as a sidearm in airsoft games. Hyperdouraku got a video of this pistol during the show.

Mach Sakai: TM Hi-Capa E New vs Old

Another comparison by Mach Sakai and he compares two of the same product --- the Tokyo Marui Hi-Capa E AEPs. In this case, he tries to find out if there is a differece between the two in terms of accuracy, rate of fire, and trigger pull. An interesting bit, so it's a video that you might want to watch below: