Neo035: G&G G980 Mauser 98K

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Neo035 takes a look t G&G's take of the Mauser 98k rifle, the G&G G980 airsoft rifle. This has real wood furniture and it is Gas/CO2 powered, It usually comes with a 2 magazines. This has a "ZF-41" side rail you can mount optics that it is something for reenactors to consider when looking for an airsoft rifle for reenacting historical battles.

Snow Wolf MP18.1 Shooting Session

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Following up on his review of the Snow Wolf MP18.1 AEG, Neo035 does a shooting session with the AEG for this video. The Snow Wolf AEG version is based on the Bergmann MP18.1  and has a steel receiver with fixed sights and a real wood finish. It is powered by a mini battery and comes with a 130-round magazine.

Neo035: Umarex Winchester 1894 Review

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Neo035 goes further back in time from his usual World War airsoft guns review and checks out the Umarex Legends Cowboy M1894. This has a classic look with a realistic lever pull operation. BBs are loaded into the shell with the lever pull, it chambers the next round and expends the spent round. It uses two 12g CO2 capsules to operate this airsoft gun.

Snow Wolf Bergmann MP18.1 Review By Neo035

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Neo035 takes a look at the Snow Wolf Bergmann MP18.1 AEG. Based on the designed of Hugo Schmeisser which he did in 1915 at the Bergmann Waffenfabrik factory. This went into production in 1918 as the Maschinenpistole 18/I or MP18/I. This firearm went into action in the later stages of World War I. The Snow Wolf AEG version a steel receiver with fixed sights and a real wood finish. It is powered by a mini battery and comes with a 130-round magazine.

GPM1911 GBB Pistol Review By Neo035

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Neo035 goes over the G&G GPM1911 Gas Blowback Pistol, G&G Armament's take on the M911A1 handgun. This also uses the rotating valve system that was first introduced by the company on the GPM92 GBB Pistol and maintains the look the classics 1911 pistol familiar to many, real steel shooters and airsofters alike.

Airsoft Panzerfaust 60 40mm Review

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Neo035 gets an airsoft anti-tank weapon made by 419LAB, a 3D Printed Panzerfaust 60 that uses the 40mm Gas Grenade Shell. This is based omn the Panzerfaust that was used by the Germans in World War II. For now, this is only delivered to customs in Europe... "Welcome to this video presentation of the Panzerfaust 60 in 3D from 419lab!"

Neo035: CYMA M1A1 Thompson AEG

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These days we have more airsoft Thompson options rather than the Marui offering and CYMA has an affordable version. Available at most reputable airsoft retailers this AEG is a 1:1 scale repluca with simulated wood grain finish and adjustable rear sight. This comes with a 450-round high capacity magazine that is compatible with the Marui version. Neo035 takes a look at this AEG to find out if he can recommend this World War II reenactors and collectors.

Neo035: DENIX Mauser K98 Replica

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This video review by Neo035 of the Denix Mauser K98 replica is more for collectors and World War II reenactors. This is a non-firing propo but it has a fully working bolt, can be cocked and fired for realism. It is a full wood furniture with metal barrel. The K98 sling can be used with it, but it is not part of the package when purchased. A bayonet made for the K98 can also be fitted to it.

BO Manufacture Mosin Nagant M44 Review

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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.

Neo035: Viva Arms Lee Enfield No. 4 MK1

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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.

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