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.
Mach Sakai checks out the Red Dragon Raptor from Airsoft97. This is equipped with the Perun V2 Optical MOSFET which is getting more attention these days and is now available in Japan. It has optical sensors to detect gears, triggers and selector plates and s designed to minimise number of movings parts. One feature is you can program it to fire 2-5 round bursts.
Mach Sakai checks out the KSC Strac TEG Compact AEG at the Electric Gun & Toy Gun Fiesta 2019, APS Cup Experience. This is the model name for the KSC version of the KWA Ronin TK.45C AEG that comes with the 10 inch M-LOK free float rail and KWA’s Kinetic Feedback System (KFS). It comes with a 120 round mid-cap AEG magazine and allows you to drop in an electronic trigger. The KSC version is made to meet Japanese regulations.
Mach Sakai takes a look at the new Tokyo Marui Biohazard Lightnight Hawk .50AE Gas Blowback Pistol. Designed for the Biohazard/Resident Evil RE:2 video game, it comes with the regular Desert Eagle slide to convert it back to the familiar Desert Eagle .50AE GBB Pistol. If you get one, better find a good holster that can handle that length.
Mach Sakai takes some 40 Mike Gas Grenade Shells from Airsoft Innovations and loads them into the ICS MGL Launcher. The revolver grenade launcher is fully licensed from Milkor and is a favourite launcher amongst airsoft players. Partnered with the 40 Miken anyone who is at the receiving end will surely have his or her day ruined. Let's see if Mach Sakai finds it a good combination.
It's the battle of the MP7s in this video by Mach Sakai. He pits the newer MP7 AEG made by VFC against the first airsoft MP7 from Tokyo Marui. The two advantages of the VFC version is that is fully licensed and is a 1:1 scale model, but will these two be enough for it to win over the Marui version which is the benchmark for the MP7 AEG? Watch the video to find out.
Mach Sakai compares two gas blowback pistols that with sight mounts so you can install a microsight on these. In this comparison, he presents the newest Hi-Capa from Tokyo Marui, the Hi-Capa DOR, and pits it against the VFC/Cybergun FNX-45 Tactical for operation, performance, and recoil/blowback feel. Which do you think would win? Watch the video.
Another review done in Japanese. Mach Sakai tries his hands on the RPG-7 airsoft launcher from Arrow Dynamics. This uses 40mm gas grenade shells to fire a BB shower which is loaded by removing the resin dumm warhead and to fire the warhead should be in place. This weighs over 4kgs and is mainly available in Japan and other Asian countries.
The Ares SOC SLR, based on the Otto Repa Designed, gets reviewed by Mach Sakai. This is an AEG sniper rifle that comes with a monopod built-in, bipod, and a cheekrest. One even comes with this hefty airsoft rifle which weighs over 6kg is that it has a red dot laser as well. He checks it for operations, responsiveness, and performance in a quick steel challenge.
A springer SVD Dragunov airsoft sniper for Mach Sakai to check in this video. The Crown Model Dragunov SVD has a total length of 1,215mm and weighs 2.94 gram. The range is said to be at a maximum distance of 60 metres and a magazine capacity of 170 BBs. He checks it for operations and a quick steel challenge for accuracy and performance.