AATV's Archwick Airsoft Interview


Anvil Airsoft TV (AATV) got hold of Nelson Lau of Archwick Airsoft for this interview... "We had a chance to interview Archwick! The company behind the recent Mk13 Sniper rifle and the upcoming airsoft versions of the L119A2, B&T SPR 300 and the version of the B&T USW!

We asked Archwick about where they came from, why and how they do what they do as well what they have planned for the future."

Airsoftology: Archwick Airsoft Releases For 2021


Jonathan Higgs of Airsoftology goes over the upcoming airsoft guns being developed by Archwick Airsoft that are slated to be released this year. These were on display during the MOA International Exhbition in Taipei last November 2019 and we do like what the company are planning to release such as the L119A2, UCK G17/G18 GBB Pistol and the SXX300 Compact Pistol.

New Batch Of VFC GBBRs & Archwick Rifles Revealed At MOA Exhibition 2020


The MOA Exhibition 2020 is by far the final airsoft trade event for the year and will show the trend of what the Taiwan Airsoft Industry will be showing to the world for 2021. It is also the second and event in which the airsoft industry has participated in, the other one being the SHOT Show 2020 in Las Vegas as the IWA Outdoor Classics 2020 was cancelled due to the Covid-19 Pandemic.

Airsoftology's Archwick Airsoft Mk13 Unboxing


Is the Archwick Airsoft Mk13 sniper rifle the best airsoft sniper in 2020? Based on the MK13 Mod 7 sniper rifle, this uses the VSR-10 system of Tokyo Marui which of course many airsoft sniper manufacturers also use. But since it uses the VSR-10 system, internal parts are compatible to the existing parts in the market. Airsoftology does an unboxing video to give an initial take on this airsoft rifle that is available at retailers in East Asia.

Archwick MK13 Mod7 Airsoft Sniper Rifle Review


AOG got the new Archwick MK13 Mod 7 Airsoft Sniper Rifle in stock and they go over its features (machine translated from Mandarin)... "The Mk13 Mod 7 is a bolt-on rifle designed by the US Marine Corps to replace the M40A6 rifle during the Vietnam War. It uses .300 win caliber ammunition. It was put into use in the 1st Naval Expeditionary Force in 2018 and was put into use in the second quarter of 2019. Obtained a comprehensive combat capability.

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