Mach Sakai: Masudaya Walther PPK Falcon


Mach Sakai got his hands on a rare find, given that it is a vintage airsoft gun the Masudaya Walther PPK Falcon and it is a skirmishable airsoft gun given that Masudaya created this line of toy of guns that others soon followed. There are two Falcon airsoft made, the FN-077 and the GV-078.

Mach Sakai: Masudaya Bolt 888 MK2


Mach Sakai gets his hands on another vintage airsoft gun, the Masudaya Bolt 888 MK2, one of the earliest skirmishable airsoft guns produced and this uses the 7mm plastic BB. He inspects the features and build especially for an early version airsoft rifle, including muzzle velocity and range. As always, he also puts it through a steel challenge.

Mach Sakai: Masudaya Detachable Buffalo SS-3


We get to have a taste of airsof history as Mach Sakai features the Masudaya Detachable Buffalo SS-3 in this video. According to him, this was produced in 1974. Whilst known as a company for battery operated toys it is one of the pioneers in developing airsoft guns that are skirmishable and rode on the rise of airsoft in the 1980s.

The company is also known as Masudaya Modern Toys.

Masudaya Minuteman 10 Vintage Airsoft


Hyperdouraku is doing a Vintage Airsoft review series, showing you airsoft guns during the early years that were made in Japan. This review of the Masudaya Minuteman-10 by Kobori Daisuke shows you an airsoft gun that fires non-spherical plastic pellets before the airsoft industry settled with the spherical BBs.

Read the full review here.

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