Neo035 looks to the East this time for something used in World War II for a review and he finds the BO Manufacture Nagant M44. This airsoft Co2 rifle is based on the model M44 is that were used by the Russian infantry during the Second World War. This is comes equipped with a bayonet which is a fiberglass dummy and hyper realistic. This model is manufactured by Wingun in Taiwan according to the specifications of BO Manufacture. It has Weathered metal parts to give it a vintage look with dark wood faux wood and a Mosin Nagant strap included.
For collectors of period airsoft rifles, getting the Lee Enfield No. 4 MK1 rifle is a must. Adopted in 1941 and similar to the No. 1 Mk VI, it is easier to produce, making it more cost-effective and also stronger. Viva Arms reproduces the airsoft version which is reviewed by Neo035 and there is a more premium version under the RWA brand of RedWolf Airsoft.
Neo035 does Italian for this World War II airsoft review, taking the Snow Wolf Moschetto Automatico Beretta Modello 1938 (M1938) AEG this time. This has real wood furniture withh the upper frame made of metal. It has a sling swivel, 50-round AEG magazine, simulation bolt plate, and the polka dot barrel.
Neo035, who specialises on airsoft guns based from the World War II takes the G&G Springfield M1903 A4 rifle for a review. This airsoft rifle as a real wood finish and it is a bolt action CO2 powered rifle. Magazine has a 9 BB round capacity and itas realistic bolt action, adjustable hop-up, sling mountsm functional safety, and adjustable rear sight.
Neo035 shows us another weapon used in major wars in the 20th Century, that has airsoft versions, the BAR 1918. This version is the S&T BAR 1918 that has been upgraded by TNT Studio... "Welcome to this new airsoft gun video review of the BAR 1918 A2 from S&T, upgraded by TNT Studio."
A collector's dream is to own the Gewehr 43 rifle made by SHOEI. It costs a premium and are limited in quantity. This version that Neo035 reviews is the Air Blowback Version which means it is skirmishable. It weighs 4.3kg and has a muzzle velocity of 260fps and capacity of 14 rounds. As to how much it costs, it's safe to say it will be a major dent on your wallet.
Our favourite World War II Airsoft guy, Neo035, features the Double Barreled airsoft shotgun from Farsan and is made of real wood stock and grip. The double barrel outer is made of metal and this comes with two shotgun shells. It has metal dual trigger, fixed sights, and heavy duty locking break lever.
If you have not noticed it yet, the much awaited Northeast Airsoft Sten MK II GBBR is already here. A bit on the expensive side, but a lot of love has been put into this as based on our interaction with Northeast Airsoft. It is full metal and can be operated and disassembled just like the real thing. This uses the VSR-10 hop-up system annd comes with a stamped stock.
As always WWII airsoft enthusiast Neo035 gets to post a video review of this.
Ne035, the airsoft player who specialises in World War II airsoft guns, features the Colt 1911 A1 Inokatsu Model. Carried by Cybergun, having bought the company before, this is fully licensed by Colt, this uses as the same wax mold technique just like the real deal. This is CO2 blowback pistol giving a crisp and strong blowback.
Neo035 is back with a period airsoft gun, the Gun Heaven Nagant M1985 Revolver. Available in silver and black, it takes in 7 dummy shells that can be loaded with a single BB each. Good for reenactors who want to do a Russian Imperial Soldier, this has 420fps muzzle velocity but us short ranged and CO2-powered.