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How to Build Full-Auto Airsoft Machine Gun (Out Of Coke Bottles)

Saturday, October 28th, 2017

YouTube channel The Q shows how, with 9 2L bottles, valves, pipes, clamps, a .5L bottle, and an air blow gun, you can make an airsoft machine gun with a fire rate around 600 shots/min.

Check out more of The Q’s videos at their YouTube channel.

The Ukrainian Airsoft Bundeswehr Reenactment Coalition Petition For Bundeswehr Airsoft Equipment And Weaponry

Wednesday, March 27th, 2013

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The Ukrainian Airsoft Bundeswehr Reenactment Coalition, “a group of airsoft enthusiasts and airsoft teams of reenactors and MilSim players, reenacting the units of the Bundeswehr”, has started a petition for airsoft manufacturers to develop and release replicas of weaponry and equipment used by the Bundeswehr. Such weaponry includes: the HK P8, HK MG4, MG3, HK G28, HK69; equipment includes: ELNO H295A headset, SEM52SL personal radio, and Thales LUCIE NVG helmet mount.

Change.org – Petition for airsoft manufacturers to produce airsoft versions of German arms, accessories, and combat gear

BWK.in.ua on Facebook

http://www.bwk.in.ua/forum/

Magpul PTS – PDR-C AEG

Thursday, January 31st, 2013

Magpul PTS - PDR-C

The PDR-C AEG will soon be released as part of the Magpul PTS line. It’s constructed from reinforced polymer and features a custom hybrid gearbox with 8mm bearings, and a muzzle velocity of 350 FPS with the use of 0.2g 6mm BBs. For logistical reasons, the PDR-C AEG is designed for use with both PTS AEG PMAGs and AEG NATO-standard USGI-style magazines. Other specifications include a length of 18~20″, a weight of 3~4 lbs., three fire modes (safe/semi/full auto), front-wired Tamiya mini type plug (no battery included – 8.4V suggested), 11.5″ carbine barrel, M1913A Spec picatinny top rail, fully ambidextrous design, integrated light option, and single point sling mount.

http://shop.magpul-pts.com/product/pts_pdr_c

Umarex T.A.C. + Converter – SHOT 2013

Thursday, January 17th, 2013

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The Umarex T.A.C. is an air pistol that converts into a carbine using the included frame. It’s chambered for .177 caliber pellets with a 19-shot capacity and is powered by a single 12g CO2 capsule housed in the grip. With a 4.25″ barrel the T.A.C. is capable of a velocity of 410 FPS. In addition, with the use of adapters, the HK USP (Airsoft & BB), SW MP40 BB, Umarex XBG, Combat Zone Enforcer, and Walther P99 DAO Airsoft can use the T.A.C. carbine frame.

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RAG Industries – RAG03 “PenCott Uniform”

Sunday, November 25th, 2012

RAG Industries, a Japanese producer/retailer of airsoft gear, has just released their RAG03 “PenCott Uniform”. The uniforms are made from milspec, vat-printed, 50/50 NYCO ripstop PenCott camouflage fabric. The “PU” has an abundance of enhanced tactical features, including large bicep pockets, side-opening chest pockets and slanted cargo pockets on the legs. As of now a Japan-exclusive, they’re running for approximately 230 USD.

airgunshop.jp – RAG03 “PU”

Thanks to ‘LH’ for the tip!

Brass Guard ‘Stark’ MultiCam Mesh Helmet

Saturday, October 13th, 2012

The Brass Guard ‘Stark’ helmet is a mesh airsoft helmet. Its design allows for complete protection while maintaining visibility and ventilation. Various Velcro panels on the sides, front, and back allow for the attachment of morale patches and the like. The Stark is available in four colors: MultiCam, ACU, Black, and OD. Custom orders can also be placed for helmets in additional camo patterns and colors: Woodland, Cadpat, Tiger Stripe, Desert Marpat, with other options available upon request (pink helmet, anyone?).

Brass Guard products are made in Russia using Russian, USA, and UK materials.

http://brassguardequip.com/starkhelmet.html

Thanks to Mr. Ames for the tip!

Ignite Airsoft – BlackOps Line

Tuesday, October 9th, 2012

Ignite BlackOps is a line of professional grade airsoft guns and accessories. According to the tip giver, they’re comparable in quality to APS brand airsoft guns; sounds very promising. They’re also available at Walmart, so one shouldn’t have too much trouble grabbing one, if one were so inclined.

http://ignite-blackops.com/index.html

Major thanks to Colton S. for the tip!

Crosman – Undead Apocalypse Airsoft Defense

Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

Crosman has their own line of undead-themed airsoft rifles, pistols, and shotguns.

Z71 Zombie Eraser

– Weight: 2lbs, 3oz
– Velocity: Up to 200 FPS
– Electric mechanism w/ rechargeable battery
– Metal barrel
– Weaver optics rail



ZT32 Zombie Terminator

– Weight: Roughly 1lb, 13oz
– Velocity: Up to 350 FPS
– Pump action mechanism
– Metal barrel
– Weaver optics rail

TACZ11

– Weight: Roughly 1lb, 6oz
– Velocity: Up to 400 FPS
– CO2 powered semi-auto repeater
– Metal barrel
– Weaver optics rail

You can see more of the undead-themed airsoft models and accessories at crosman.com/airsoft/undead.

MilSpec Monkey Electric Blowback AEG

Thursday, August 2nd, 2012

This all-metal, ambidextrous AR-15 AEG features Milspec Monkey branding and actual Magpul PTS parts. Other features include electric blowback operation, 400 FPS (using .20G BBs) with a 200 ft range, Hop-Up unit integrated with the barrel, and realistic barrel disassembly.

Available from Airsoft Outlet NW

King Arms Colt M4 MOE

Saturday, September 17th, 2011

The King Arms Colt M4 MOE is an officially licensed Colt AEG airsoft rifle outfitted with authentic Magpul PTS accessories. It features a full metal barrel and internals including the full-metal gearbox with 7mm bearings and a high-torque motor. For those interested in exactly which Magpul parts are included, they are a MBUS flip-up rear sight, MOE hand guard, MOE pistol grip, MOE stock and a 360-round magazine modeled after the PMAG. At 7 lbs., it’s around the same weight as a real steel M4 which makes it great for training. Two models were released, one with black and one with tan accessories.

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G&P – Stoner U.S. Navy MK23 LMG

Sunday, August 14th, 2011

Manufactured by G&P, the Stoner U.S. Navy MK23 LMG is an airsoft replica of the Stoner 63 adopted by the U.S. Navy SEALs during Vietnam. Quality wise, this is one impressive piece, with the body, outer barrel, heat shield, sights, magazine cage and trigger made of metal; the furniture is polymer. The internals are based on a Version 2 gearbox with 8mm bearings run by a G&P M120 High Speed motor. The gun features a 1200 round box magazine powered by a 9 volt battery, with an auto wind switch integrated with the trigger. Due to the gun’s inclusion in the CoD: Black Ops armory, and it being an alternative to airsoft M60s for use in Vietnam scenarios, I’m sure this’ll sell pretty well among enthusiasts.

Hat Tip: airsoftmonkey.com

Master Blaster (Slow Mo Paintball SHOTGUN)

Saturday, July 16th, 2011

This video by Youtuber ‘CorridorDigital‘ shows the almighty power of a potato cannon that shoots paintballs, in slow-motion, courtesy of a high-speed camera. That disarm move near the end was pretty slick, too.

Special Edition Resident Evil M92F Samurai Edge Airsoft Pistol

Saturday, May 7th, 2011

To coincide with the 15th anniversary of the video game series Resident Evil (known as Biohazard in Japan), Tokyo Mauri will be releasing the 2011 Biohazard 15th Anniversary Samurai Edge M92F Kendo S.T.A.R.S Custom [Chris Redfield model]. It’s a gas blowback operated airsoft pistol detailed exactly as the titular character’s own Samurai Edge was in the remake of the first Resident Evil and will retail for approximately $250. RE fanboys rejoice!


Tokyo Mauri website for the pistol (Japanese)

Javelin Airsoft Works AK74 Tactical EBB

Wednesday, March 16th, 2011

The AK74 Tactical EBB (Electric Blowback) by Javelin Airsoft Works features a full metal body, railed upper and lower handguard, adjustable battery storage stock with rail, and a folding vertical grip. It’s selective fire with a 500rd magazine and can fire at a rate of 750-859 rpm. Each model is also individually serial numbered. I think I’ll be making a purchase for a new airsoft rifle soon…

You can order yours from airsoftextreme.com.

Magpul PTS Masada ACR Mistake

Saturday, February 12th, 2011

In my previous article WOLF’s Den, I claimed in the description that the Magpul PTS Masada ACR was made by ARES Airsoft, drawing this information from the video itself. In the comments section, however, Spartan Imports was kind enough to point an error in this, stating that Magpul PTS fully manufactures this particular airsoft rifle, and ARES Airsoft does not. In addition, Magpul PTS does not want association with ARES Airsoft. This particular bit of misinformation is widely spread, and I thank Spartan Imports for the correction.

If you are interested in purchasing a Magpul PTS Masada ACR you can find a dealer on spartanimports.com where you’ll also find a variety of other airsoft weaponry and accessories.

WOLF’s Den

Friday, February 11th, 2011

Youtube user drewolf has a series of videos dealing with the airsoft and paintball industry. This particular video shows how to use MOLLE, the Magpul PTS Masada ACR made by ARES Airsoft, and a photo shoot of Full Clip products.

North Atlantic Airsoft Expo

Tuesday, February 8th, 2011

It’s almost time for the second annual North Atlantic Airsoft Expo. Located in High Point, North Carolina, it will be held from March 4-6. The event will include appearances from airsoft manufacturers, retailers, event coordinators, state organizations, and organized teams. There will also be symposiums on airsoft training for both law enforcement and home defense. Airsoft is becoming increasingly popular, for both training and entertainment, so this is definitely an expo worth attending.

All related information about the NAAE, including ticket purchases, can be found on naaexpo.com

Time Freeze Shootout

Thursday, February 3rd, 2011

Yet another video by ‘freddiew’ that seems to be somewhat of a sequel to his earlier Chrono Trigger vid. For a recap, he mostly uses special effects such as green screens and editing software along with airsoft weapons to achieve the desired results. It’s always cool to see what you can come up with using modern software.