sexta-feira, 30 de março de 2012

Rock ZB-26 Trailer - Redwolf Airsoft - RWTV

Madbull: Talon Rail System licensed by GEMTECH

Madbull: Talon Rail System licensed by GEMTECH:

Madbull Talon Rail System licensed by GEMTECH. The Gemtech Talon Rail allows you to mount it on any receiver and allows you to precisely adjust the rail so you can have an uninterrupted upper rail platform. Developed by Gemtech to allow a suppressor to slip partially under the rail for a protected suppressor/barrel interface and shorter profile.
Features:

- Golf ball patterns which match to new Gemtech HALO Airsoft dummy suppressors.

- Big inner diameter which allow you to install most of Gemtech dummy suppressors into the rail.
Package includes:

- Gemtech 7” Talon Rail with mounting hardware

- Barrel Nut
Brand Compatibility (Optional)
More Info and photo: www.madbull.com/gemtech7
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Madbull Airsoft Barrel Nut Washer

Madbull Airsoft Barrel Nut Washer:
Madbull Airsoft Barrel Nut Washer
Madbull Airsoft Barrel Nut WasherEn la entrada de hoy vamos a hablar de una novedad de Madbull Airsoft que, siendo lo más sencillo del mundo, resulta realmente útil: los Barrel Nut Washer.

Sencillo, porque no son más que arandelas para el barrel nut (la rosca que vemos en el cuerpo). Prácticas, porque su finalidad es eliminar las holguras del guardamanos, y el mal alineado de este con el cuerpo (como se aprecia en la imagen)
Para ello Madbull Airsoft pone a la venta su “barrel nut washer” en packs que incluyen una arandela de cada una de las siguientes medidas de grosor: 0.1 mm, 0.15 mm, 1.5 mm y 2 mm.
Son solo 4 arandelas sin ningún tipo de marcajes ni nada, así que esperemos que Madbull Airsoft no exceda con el precio de este producto.
Mundo Airsofter

New product update from Angry Gun

New product update from Angry Gun:
Angry Gun have sent over a video and some images of their new product:




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(Angry Gun)

WE SVD update

RA-TECH M9 STEEL SLIDE TEST

ASG OpenBlaster release

ASG OpenBlaster release:
ActionSportGames have sent over details of their new OpenBlaster BBs:
Hi Guys, Now going green in Airsoft, no longer means wearing camouflage. The New Environment Friendly Airsoft BB for Pro Games.
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Finally you can go green while maintaining accuracy and consistency in your Airsoft gun. Manufactured to exact dimensions within a +/-0.01mm tolerance. This environment friendly BB will shoot tight groups at long distances. Available on 0.20g and 0.25g Nontoxic and safe for people and environment tested according to EU and US regulations. The BB’s contain PLA, a thermoplastic polyester derived from renewable resources, such as corn starch, or sugarcanes. It biodegrades in the presence of primarily moisture and oxygen.

Have a great weekend. (ActionSportGames)

Elite Force K-PDW Airsoft AEG First Look Review (VFC OEM)

Elite Force K-PDW Airsoft AEG First Look Review (VFC OEM): Here we've got a little gallery of the Elite Force K-PDW Airsoft AEG, with VFC being the OEM on it, so you know it's top quality.  Such a solid gun with a compact and unique design, offering you great functionality in both a CQB environment, as well as longer distances, which make it suitable for outdoor use.  Is it going to be a long-range DMR?  No.  But you can definitely engage targets at 50 yards or so and expect positive results. 

The Elite Force K-PDW possesses the following characteristics:
  • Semi/full auto
  • Metal receiver
  • Ambidextrous fire selector switch
  • Full metal gears & gearbox
  • Adjustable Hop-Up
  • Integrated accessory rails
  • Folding stock with QD Sling Mount attachment point
  • 120-Mid Cap Magazine
  • RIS-mounted PEQ box for storing your AEG battery pack
  • Backed by a limited, yet awesome warranty from Umarex USA

Check out all the Elite Force K-PDW photos in more detail after the jump...

quinta-feira, 29 de março de 2012

ASG: Ultimate performance pistons

ASG: Ultimate performance pistons:
Jesper Kabel, (ASG) has sent in word of two new pistons they’ve launched:
Hi Guys, We have launched two new ULTIMATE performance pistons; a M170 extreme heavy tuning and a M190 half-teeth pistol for extreme torque up helical gears.
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The ULTIMATE extreme performance pistons made of a 50% stronger polycarbonate resin.
All dimensions of the piston has been reworked to fit perfectly inside ULTIMATE gearboxes and gives a smooth low friction performance.
The length has been adjusted to make a perfectly even contact between the first gear and the first teeth of the piston preventing breakage and minimizing wear.
With ULTIMATE performance piston you get:
  • Increased strength
  • Increased durability
  • Low friction
  • Perfect fit in ULTIMATE gearbox
  • Perfect combinations of polycarbonate teeth and steel for impact-energy absorption and strength
  • Reinforcement bar gives superior structural strength to the piston-teeth
  • Optimal angel for first-contact between piston and gear
  • 50% stronger polycarbonate (then ULTIMATE high performance piston)

You can read more detailed about the two new performance pistons here:
M170 polycarbonate Piston
M190 half-teeth polycarbonate Piston

Best regards, Jesper Kabel, (ASG)

Madbull Airsoft New: Barrel nut washer and Gemtech 7" Handguard

Madbull Airsoft New: Barrel nut washer and Gemtech 7" Handguard:
Two new releases from Madbull Airsoft include  anew grip and a handy washer to keep your front end straight on your M4:
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Main Function: to eliminate gap between rail and upper receiver. These washers will ensure a contour fit between barrel nut and upper receiver, eliminating misalignment and RIS instability. The MB Barrel Nut Washers come in 4 sizes to fit many different configurations.
Features:
- Eliminate gap between rail and upper receiver
- Precisely aligns fastening screws on RIS systems
- Ensures stability
- Prevents RIS from angling during installation
Package include:
- 0.1mm X1
- 0.15mm X1
- 1.5mm X1
- 2mm X1
Brand Compatibility (Optional)
More Info and photo: www.madbull.com/barrelwasher
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Madbull Talon Rail System licensed by GEMTECH. The Gemtech Talon Rail allows you to mount it on any receiver and allows you to precisely adjust the rail so you can have an uninterrupted upper rail platform. Developed by Gemtech to allow a suppressor to slip partially under the rail for a protected suppressor/barrel interface and shorter profile.
Features:
- Golf ball patterns which match to new Gemtech HALO Airsoft dummy suppressors.
- Big inner diameter which allow you to install most of Gemtech dummy suppressors into the rail.
Package includes:
- Gemtech 7” Talon Rail with mounting hardware
- Barrel Nut
Brand Compatibility (Optional)
More Info and photo: www.madbull.com/gemtech7
(Madbull Airsoft)

How to Modify Your Airsoft M4 Buffer Tube to Install a MOSFET

How to Modify Your Airsoft M4 Buffer Tube to Install a MOSFET: In case you didn't catch the title of this blog, today I'll be illustrating how to modify your Airsoft M4 buffer tube to allow you to install a MOSFET in your Airsoft M4. This tutorial is for M4 operators whose gun is wired to the back through the buffer tube, rather than wired to the front handguard like the other half of the Airsoft M4s out there.

The problem is that with the heavy gauged, silver-plated Mil-Spec wiring that I use, I have to sacrifice flexibility for improved electrical conductivity, which I'm fine with. So, it doesn't really make it feasible to just install the MOSFET and then just shove it into the buffer tube so that you can get the stock back on because the wire is not very flexible and I don't want to jeopardize having one or more of the wires come loose from the MOSFET.  They are a huge PITA to deal with since they are just slightly too large for the screw clamp connectors that this MOSFET uses and if not connected properly, they will easily come loose which is an obviously less-than-optimal situation. After a bit of brainstorming, I came to the conclusion that if I just carved out a piece of that buffer tube so that I could connect it or disconnect it while it was still technically inside the tube, I would essentially have solved the problem at hand.
The first step was to trace the exterior of the MOSFET on the buffer tube so that I would know how much material I would need to remove from the buffer tube.

Here, you can see the result.  Enough to access the MOSFET but not enough to jeopardize the structural integrity of the buffer tube and/or render it otherwise unusable with a stock mounted on it. 
Below, you can see some of the tools I used to make this thing happen.  Number one, please note the safety gear I have pictured on the right.  Yes, I know those are ESS Profile Turbofan goggles and are not your typical power tool eye pro, but think about it.  They're ANSI-rated to take a shotgun blast at close range.  Why wouldn't they make for good power-tool eye pro as well?  Riddle me that, my dear trolls. 

You can see well enough in the photo above and to the left that I've got the Dremel setup at an angle, which I later adjusted to just being vertical (straight up/down) after to took the photo, plus I've got the buffer tube secured in a vise.  You really don't want that thing flying out of your hands or getting squirrelly on you while you're dealing with a cutting device circulating at 15,000+ RPMs. 


Then I cut that biyatch.

Here is the result.  Boom.
Nice and neat.  I can still access all the screw clamps to connect or disconnect the wires from the MOSFET and I'll still be able to put my stock back on and collapse it down to at least the 2nd to last position.  If you'd like to be able to collapse it all the way down for whatever reason, then I would recommend cutting a bit further into the tube (to the left, in the photo above) to allow yourself a bit more room on the right side of the MOSFET (in the photo above) because you need to take the wires on that side and how much room they'll take up into consideration.  While I don't have it pictured there, I am just going to keep the wires that connect to the battery on the right side there super short.  Like, basically, I would terminate them right about where the right edge of that photo starts and the wires go out of frame. That should be plenty, assuming you've got a little bit of length in the wire on your battery as well so that you can keep that battery in a crane stock tube, if you have one, or however else you store your battery while connected to your gun (e.g. battery pouch, electrical tape, etc.)

Update On SHOEI MP38 Transformation Kit

Update On SHOEI MP38 Transformation Kit:
SHOEI MP38 Transformation Kit
An update from SHOEI on their latest conversion kit... "We are pleased to provide you with this information. We will start sale of 'MP38 Transformation Kit' soon. (It is by the 1st week or the 2nd week in April) Thank you for your patience for a long time.  Please check our new product at our website. Or see it with this YouTube video:

Airsoft Magazine – Cuban issue is online!

Airsoft Magazine – Cuban issue is online!:

Airsoft Magazine news:
“After we gave the “Desert Storm” issue free (to warm you up for the ASM22 Somalia) we realized, that the Cuban issue is also very interesting for this period of time. When the Sowjets and Cubans steped into Africa, they also had much influence on somalia… so we don`t want to wait to gave this issue free to our readers. We hope you like it! (The issue can be read on our HP under the category “issues”)”

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quarta-feira, 28 de março de 2012

Marushin - STI 1911-A1 RSS (Slowmotion)

GHK RPK GBB shown on Ehobby Facebook Site

GHK RPK GBB shown on Ehobby Facebook Site:



On the Facebook site of Ehobbyasia they show us some
nice pictures of the new GHK RPK GBB.
There are no more informations for us but we
will stay tuned for you! Click here for more pictures



TAKE AIM Airsoft Magazine, Issue 9

XPower Airsoft Paintball Anti-personnel Claymore Landmine

Kriss Vector Airsoft vs. “Real Steel”

Kriss Vector Airsoft vs. “Real Steel”:
Dom took these photos at IWA '12 of a real KRISS Vector and a the official KRISS Vector airsoft gun. The detail on the airsoft version is incredible.



[ Many thanks to Dom for emailing us the photos. ]

Vltor – new upgrade parts for SCARs

Vltor – new upgrade parts for SCARs:
Vltor introduces new upgrade parts for FN SCARs. First up is the “VLTOR SCAR Stock”

Description:
This replacement module for the FN SCAR incorporates the same battle-proven enhancements from the VLTOR modstocks. The buttpad has been re-shaped to include a negative pitch for a more natural transition to the ready position. Storage space has been added behind the buttpad with built-in cleaning rod retention spaces, and sufficient room for batteries, additional cleaning supplies, or spare parts. QD sling swivel sockets have been added in the upper-rear portion of the stock, and a metal reinforcement plate has been added for greater impact resistance.
The second new parts is the VLTOR SCAR Handguard”
Description:
Replaces the lower and side accessory rails with a smooth surface, includes two QD sling swivel sockets, and allows for optionally mounting accessory rails on seven sides. An optional forward extension creates greater rail space or a longer grip on the forend of the rifle. An integrated heat shield reduces surface temperatures and helps keep debris from entering the rifle while still allowing for airflow. Available in black and Patriot Brown, fits light and heavy models.
Fits all models. Each CASV-SCAR comes with (1) two-inch detachable rail section. Additional Rail Sections can be purchased for this Handguard, please see our Handguard Accessories.
Last but not least is theVLTOR SCAR Receiver Extension / Stock Adapter”
Description:
Provides length-of-pull adjustment and is elevation adjustable for use with or without optics. Providing a more rigid stock solution with proven performance and compatibility with all standard M-4/AR-15 collapsible stocks, this non-folding replacement is light-weight and includes QD sling swivel sockets allowing for additional attach points. Available in black or Patriot Brown, fits both light and heavy models. Available for both semi auto and select-fire models.
…to learn more about the new products, just visit their site.
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KWA MK23 Review

ARES AW 338 Sniper Rifle Review

Hade's Arrow Mortar In-Depth Review

American M16 vs Soviet AK-47

Airsoft International April 2012 Issue

Airsoft International April 2012 Issue:
Airsoft International April 2012 Issue
The latest issue of Airsoft International Magazine available at Airsoft World or check with other airsoft retailers or news agents... "All new and shiny! Not! A.I. goes all Matte on us and looks all the better for it! Reviews include TM XDM gas blow back pistol, and the WE M16A1. As far as we know there are no weak April fools jokes either!"

KSC HK45

domingo, 25 de março de 2012

Gallery: WE Tech SVD (Dragunov) GBBR Production

Gallery: WE Tech SVD (Dragunov) GBBR Production:

The Dragunov sniper rifle (Snayperskaya Vintovka Dragunova (SVD), literally “Dragunov’s sniper rifle”) is a semi-automatic sniper rifle/designated marksman rifle chambered in 7.62x54mmR and developed in the Soviet Union.
WE Tech is in the final stages of production to produce two variants of the SVD, the earlier model with vented wooden furniture and a modern variant with black synthetic polymer furniture.