We get another look on the most compact member of the HK416 family, the HK416C. This airsoft version is the Tokyo Marui HK416C with the New Generation Recoil Shock. That means it has electric blowback and recoil features. It has a 3-position sliding stock and powering it can be done in two ways: battery inside the magazine that comes with it, or via a PEQ box. Mach Sakai checks it for a quick review in this video which is already his second take on this NGRS.
Vera Rockrose reviews the most compact airsoft gun in the Tokyo Marui HK416 New Generation AEG Series, the HK416C. Just like its bigger siblings, it has the electric blowback and recoil features that make the series sought after by airsoft players. It has a retractable stock and can be powered via PEQ battery box or the special magazine that comes with it.
Crown Airsoft just had a restock of the WE Airsoft 888C Gas Blowbak Rifle. It is based on the HK416C sans the markings and has a magazine capacity of 30 rounds. Initial muzzle velocity is 350fps using Top Gas at 25°C roim temperature. As for the price, it is US$303.00.
Tactical Shirts Airsoft reviews the Specna Arms SA-H01 AEG. This looks similar to the HK416C as seen in its retractable stock and features the "Enter and Convert" quick spring change system, allowing to downgrade or upgrade the power of the AEG to meet an airsoft site limits or local regulations.This is powered via battery in a PEQ box.
Now, this is an interesting video to watch as Mach Sakai compares two compact AEGs that come with electric blowback and simulated recoil featues: the Tokyo Marui HK416C NEG and the Bolt Airsoft MP5J. He compares both in terms of recoil using live five videos from different angles. Watch for yourself to find out which AEG gives a more satisfying simulated recoil.
DesertFox Airsoft goes to have some fun with tracer BBs when he was at the High Ground Airsosft Summer Palooza with the Umarex HK416C... "Star Wars themed game play from High Ground Airsoft Arena's Airsoft Summer Palooza. The laser blaster effect was done by using a G&G Armament tracer unit with Elite Force .20g glow in the dark BBs."
For those looking into ordering the recently released Tokyo Marui HK416C New Generation AEG with Recoil Shock can visit MoaiHobby as they have it in stock. As mentioned previously, this AEG can be powered via connectors in the rail system or through the 30-round magazine that comes with a battery compartment. Price at MoaiHobby? It is US$445.00, shipping costs not included.
Mach Sakai reviews the latest member of Tokyo Marui's award-winning HK416 new generation blowback and recoil AEG series, the HK416C. This is the compact version that comes with two ways of powering the AEG, via a PEQ box which you can connect via wire in the handguard by removing a portion of the side rail, and via the magazine. Find out what he thinks about these methods (in Japanese).
This is the first review we have read of the newly released Tokyo Marui HK416C NEG, and it is not surprise that Hyperdouraku doing the honour of giving us a closer look at this AEG which can be powered two ways. We do agree with his observation that it is better using the external battery box to power this AEG rather than use the magazine that can also contain a battery. Just imagine changing magazines and batteries each time you need to reload.
Tokyo Marui posted news that the Tokyo Marui HK416C New Generation AEG (NEG) with blowback and recoil is set to be released on the 24th of March 2016. The most compact in the HK416C line-up, the Marui HK416C can be powered in two different ways: use of a battery that is installed in the 30-round magazine, or a battery stored in a PEQ battery box that is connected via the front end by removing a portion of the rail to reveal a battery connector.