Mach Sakai: KSC AKS74U GBB Rifle

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Mach Sakai checks out the KSC AKS74U Gas Blowback Rifle. Available in the marke for some time now, this has solid metal construction with a 120mm Nylon Wood Texture Handguard. The GBB tech it uses is the System 7 Two version and can be broken down like the real AK74 rifle. Watch the video if it has the kick and performance of other airsoft AKS74Us or better.

Mach Sakai: KSC M92 Vertec HW

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Mach Sakai reviews the KSC M92 Vertec Heavy Weight Gas Blowback Pistol. Using the System 7 gas blowback tech, this has a Vertec type railed lower frame. This is mainly made of ABS this hjas been avaivalble for years now. It weights around 895g and has magazine capacity of 26 BBs. This gives a hard kick giving the user a satisfactory shooting experience.

Mach Sakai: KSC STI Strike Gun GBB

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Mach Sakai shows this mean looking KSC STI Strike Gas Blowback Pistol. Based on the STI Edge 5.1 it is designed for extreme close combat. It has a spiked muzzle to protect the slide, a hmammer guard to ensure that it will fire, and a hook located at the grip area for breaking glass. It uses the System 7 gas tech, a precision type hop-up, and a 20mm under rail for attaching weapons accessories.

SWAP: KSC USP Tactical GBB Pistol

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Special Weapons and Plastic (SWAP) goes for a more detailed unboxing of the KSC USP Tactical GBB Pistol. Mainly made of ABS, this uses the System 7, has a 14mm CCW thread for attaching a mock suppressor and an adjustable hop-up. The safety is combined as a decocking leaver and can be powered with HFC134a and Top Gas.

RA-Tech KSC M11A1 Custom Kit

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RA-Tech announce the availability of their body upgrade kit for the KSC M11A1 GBB Machine Pistol. This is based on the MAC-11, which is a more compact version of the Ingram MAC-10 SMG. Whilst the KSC is mainly made of plastic, the RA-Tech Kit is metal and also has markings engraved.

Mach Sakai: KSC HK417 GBB Prototype

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Japanese airsoft players will soon be able to use a HK417 Gas Blowback Rifle according to Mach Sakai. He shows a prototype of the KSC HK417 GBB Rifle he saw during the Toy Gun Festival. Fully licensed, this is already available outside of Japan in the form of the Umarex/KWA HK417 as the KSC version needs to be made to meet Japanese requirements.

Mach Sakai: KSC HK416 AEG Prototype

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Mach Sakai found another prototype airsoft gun from KSC during the Toy Gun Fes 2018 and it is an HK416 AEG. It looks like this has full licensed trademarks from Umarex/Heckler & Koch as the markings indicate that it is full licensed. Will KSC/KWA be another licensed maker of the HK416 AEG apart from VFC? Well, it looks like it.

Mach Sakai: KSC Tavor 21 GBB Prototype

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KWA had the prototype Tavor 21 Gas Blowback Bullpup on display during the IWA Outdoor Classics 2018 in Germany. Now, Mach Sakai gets his hands on the KSC Tavor 21 GBB Prototype which is the same as the KWA though this meets Japanese regulations. According to him it has an overall length of 696mm, weight of 3690g, and the magazine is 38 rounds and is compatible to the KWA/KSC M4 gas magazines.

Vera Rockrose: KSC Folding Pocket Gun

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The latest for Vera Rockrose to handle for her airsoft videos is the KSC Folding Pocket Gun. This is based on the Magpul FPG concept and made for airsoft by PTS Syndicate. This version is made to fit the KSC Glock 18c and can be stowed away by folding it and make it look like an innocent looking package.

Mach Sakai: KSC PMG Makarov Tan

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Mach Sakai checks out the KSC PMG Makarov GBB pistol in tan colour. This is a limited edition release with the tan colour is in the grip panel replacing the original one. This is a full metal pistol with an ABS grip and uses the System 7 GBB tech. He goes over the externals, operation, and performance in a steel challenge.

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06 Aug 2020

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