Posted 08 November 2012 - 08:41 AM
Looks full auto for some reason so that would make it a G?? Maybe it's just a buggy prototype http://www.arniesairsoft.co.uk/forums/pu...
I sit just me or did that tiny magazine get alot of full power shots off ? http://www.arniesairsoft.co.uk/forums/pu...
Say what you want about WE but they are keeping the market alive, pumping out new models and versions of stuff. I personally love it. I think I am going to go back to buying
just stock WE / KJW guns and enjoy the diversity of models. If only the traded HK versions came out at the same rate, all would be well!
Either it is a clone of the Glock 26c that KSC/KWA made but using TM internals or it is a badly done prototype, a selector on the right hand side will show if this is the case or not.
Also as for the number of rounds, one the slide is small and light so not much gas will be needed to cycle it, also those Glock 26 mags are fat little buggers that can hold a fair bit of gas before they run dry.
Still good to see WE trying, but a Glock 26, *fruitcage* me, try something else, like put time and effort into releasing that M&P9C that you had pics of.
69 (teehee) Pistols owned and still counting, hopefully more to come soon.
They are (best at the top working down): 3x TM Colt Mark IV Series 70, TM Colt Mark IV Series 70 Nickel Finish, 5x TM 1911A1, 2x TM Night Warrior Custom, TM HK45, TM XDM.40, TM M&P9, TM Foliage Warrior, 7x TM Detonics, TM P226 E2, 2x TM MEU, TM PX4, 4x KSC USPc, 4x TM P226, TM Glock 18C, 3x TM M9, KWA USPCT, 2x KSC USP .45, TM Glock 17,TM 5.1 Hi-Capa, Maruzen PPK/S (New Version), 2x TK VP70M, WE XDM Compact, Army Detonics, KJ Glock 27, KSC SP2340, Maruzen PPK/S (Movie Prop), Maruzen P99, KSC M8000, KSC SP2022, HFC M190, KJ P14-.45, KJ Ruger Mk.1, 2x KSC Glock 18c, HFC Desert Eagle, KJ M9 Vertec ABS, 2x KSC Glock 26, ACM Beretta 1934, Marushin PPK SAS, Unknown M93R, WE 3.8 1911 and at the bottom a pair of KWC Colt Pythons.
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