Cybergun FAMAS F1 EVO Disassembly

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The Little Green Men Airsoft shows how to take a part the Cybergun FAMAS F1 EVO AEG for maintenance and repairs. This "Military" version of the Cyber Gun FAMAS F1 airsoft rifle prioritizes realism with a MOSFET that enforces 25-round bursts like the real firearm, and No-Magazine Detection to prevent accidental firing.

Timerzanov Airsoft: Cybergun FN Herstal FNS-9 GBB Pistol

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The fully licensed Cybergun FN Herstal FNS-9 gas blowback pistol gets reviewed by Timerzanov Airsoft... "Hello everyone ! In this video I invite you to discover or rather rediscover a replica released a few years ago. This time I'm focusing on the FNH FNS-9 from Cybergun manufactured in collaboration with VFC under license FN Herstal.

This full metal replica of the FNS-9 has an excellent kick. Anyway, enjo the video everyone!

Geonox Airsoft Reviews The Cybergun P90 AEG

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An unboxing an review by Geonox Airsoft of the licensed Cybergun P90 AEG... "We look at the P90 from Cybergun. This airsoft replica also has a sharp model, namely the P90 from FN Herstal. It is a PDW (Personal Defense Weapon). Beautifully compact in bullpup design. With this P90 you will definitely have an eye-catcher on the field. Many thanks to ActionShop24 for providing me with the airsoft."

RWTV: Cybergun Colt M16A1 GBB

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The VFC made Cybergun Colt M16A1 GBB Rifle gets the "Good Morning Vietnam" greeting in this review by the RedWolf Airsoft TV (RWTV) crew... "The VFC Colt Airsoft M16A1 gas airsoft rifle is fully licensed by Colt and Cybergun, adding to their collection of historical AR15 platform gas airsoft rifles. Externally, this airsoft rifle has all the airsoft M16A1 style furniture and features.

Cybergun VFC FNX-45 vs. FNS-9 GBB

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TacticoolUGG compares two licensed FN Herstal gas blowback pistols made by VFC for Cybergun the FNX-45 and FNS-9 GBB pistols. The Cybergun FNX-45 GBB airsoft pistol boasts realistic markings, metal construction for a hefty feel, and a gas blowback system for an immersive shooting experience. It's crafted with ambidextrous controls, accessory rail, interchangeable grip panels, and even a red dot sight mount, making it customizable and user-friendly for both left and right-handed shooters.

Cybergun FN SCAR-L Disassembly

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Taiwan Gun's Airsoft Manual Series show how to dismantle the Cybergun FN SCAR-L AEG for maintenance and repair purposes... "If you have wondered how to disassemble the Cybergun FN SCAR-L, now you may wonder no more. Watch our short tutorial that will answer all your queries."

Black Fox Company's Cybergun FN P90 AEG Review

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Spanish language YouTube channel, Black Fox Company, does a review of the licensed Cybergun FN Herstal P90 AEG. The FN Licensed Airsoft P90 offers realistic handling and comfort, mirroring the real P90 with its ambidextrous controls and a sturdy build. Its compact size, thanks to the bullpup design, hides a long barrel for better range, making it ideal for close-quarter battles and room clearing.

Timerzanov Airsoft On The Cybergun FN Herstal MK46 LMG AEG

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The Cybergun FN Herstal MK46 LMG AEG, with A&K being the OEM, is checked by Timerzanov Airsoft in this video review... "Hello everyone ! Today I offer you the review of an AEG support replica. I therefore present to you the FN Herstal MK46 LMG from Cybergun, manufactured in collaboration with A&K and licensed under the FN Herstal license. These M249 models are made of metal & polymer and have original good shooting performance and a quick spring change.

Cybergun SCAR-L AEG Unboxing

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Pheas Airsoft recently conducted an unboxing of the Cybergun SCAR-L AEG, a piece owned by his friend. The primary focus of the unboxing was to determine whether the AEG could be classified as a 'plastic fantastic' due to its polymer body. This particular model is a replica of the renowned Belgian assault rifle. It is equipped internally with a MOSFET EFCS.

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