Archive for the ‘Videos’ Category
Patrol Base have shared a video for the new NUPROL NX600 tactical lights:
For those who haven’t seen our latest video on YouTube, check it out!
And if you want your own new NX600 or previous torches released by Nuprol then click the link below:
HX22 Series RACE GUN
Pre-drilled holes for mounting industry standard optics, or our own optics mount rail and speed cocking handle kit.
Anti-Slip texture, combined with aggressive custom scaling detailing allows you to perform your best under any range condition.
Engineered to be competition-ready out of the box. Designed alongside competitive AIPSC/Action Air champions.
HX22 Series Open Class Race Gun
AW Custom™ is proud to announce the HX22 Open Class Race Gun, a brand new range of performance-enhanced Hi-Capa’s.
This competition-ready pistol features extensive barrel porting and a fixed forward half slide to reduce muzzle lift, resulting in an amazingly flat recoil cycle.
Looking at a HX22 you will notice many areas where metal has been machined from the slide and frame. The machined areas have been carefully considered by our engineers alongside competition shooting champions resulting in the ultimate mass-balanced competition racer.
Whether you’re putting this pistol through it’s paces at an IPSC/Action Air competition, or skirmishing it, this pistol will consistently outperform the competition, putting shots downrange accurately, and with blistering speed.
The HX2201 Open Class Race Pistol features pre-drilled holes for mounting industry-standard optics, or our own included IPSC Optics Mount Rail, along with the option of mounting the included ghost-ring aperture sights, or replacing them with our bundled speed-cocking handles. Finished in brushed aluminium.
The HX2202 Open Class Race Pistol features pre-drilled holes for mounting industry-standard optics, or our own included IPSC Optics Mount Rail, along with the option of mounting the included ghost-ring aperture sights, or replacing them with our bundled speed-cocking handles. Finished in a matte black finish with silver details.
Check Out The HX22 Feature Video on Youtube
To see this model in action, check out the AW Custom™ youtube channel.
- Pre-drilled holes on the lower frame for mounting industry-standard sights, or our own IPSC Mount Kit
- Compatible with our speed-cocking handle (left and right handles included)
- Rear ‘Ghost Ring’ Aperture sight
- Lightweight two-piece slide engineered for extreme speed
- Fixed forward half slide to reduce muzzle lift, resulting in an amazingly flat recoil cycle
- Functional mock firing pin mechanism
- Textured grip
- Bottom of the trigger guard designed with two finger groves making it possible to achieve a higher firmer grip with the support hand
- Perfectly balanced in the hand. We’ve shaved off weight from key areas in this pistol to produce a well-balanced racer that has a flat recoil motion
- Individual finger length and size have a tremendous effect on the length and shape the trigger needs to be. AW Custom™ uses a modular trigger system designed so that you can install the trigger that achieves the correct shape and length for your finger. Having the trigger in the perfect position for your finger provides the responsiveness you would expect a competition ready race gun.
- Box Length: 319mm
- Box Length: 320mm
- Box Width: 175mm
- Box Height: 60mm
- Package Gross Weight: 1270g
- Pistol Length: 223mm
- Pistol Height: 159mm
- Pistol Weight (No Mag): 715g
- Magazine Weight: 335g
- Inner Barrell Length: 110mm
- 1 x HX22 Pistol
- 1 x HXMG01 Gas Magazine
- 1 x IPSC Optics Mount and Speed Cocking Handle Kit
JAG Precision take a quick look at the Modify XTC:
In this quick video about the Modify XTC Tang will install several springs and report the feet per second readings.
The great feature of the Modify XTC rifle is the true quick spring change system that can allow the user to easily install a new spring for a higher or lower FPS depending on what the field limit is. This process is made very easy since the wires are not in the buffer tube.
Find the video here:
Team Blacksheep have some new videos:
In this video, Brian will show you how to take apart the VFC SCAR-L and then put it all back together. Covering the charging handle, Ambi selectors, stock and gearbox parts.Great video to teach you the needed steps to install new parts for upgrades.
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Team BlackSheep have been taking a look at the Krytac Trident CRB gearbox:
In this video, Brian will show you how to take apart the Krytac Trident CRB and then put it all back together. Great video to teach you the needed steps to install new parts for upgrades.
Here is the latest JAG Precision video:
JAG Precision has several options for lights and lasers. Today they will cover a small selection of what is available to the milsim community, what they do, and how to install and use them.
WARNING: It is illegal to point lasers at aircraft/in the air. Do not point at people or animals. These lasers are for decoration and can cause harm.
Products in video:
VFC PEQ15: http://buff.ly/2bRn26O+
VFC V3X: http://buff.ly/2crnyxD+
If you have any other questions please email us today:
JAG Precision have been looking at the Echo AKM:
For today’s video, we’re going back in time with the Rushing Russians SoCal chapter CaSN: Gruppa Soldati to look at some of the side impression kits that they do. The kit we are discussing today are the Soviet VDV (Russian Paratrooper) and the insurgent Mujahideen for a conflict that took place from 1979 to 1989. This is great for the more niche events which deal with historic conflicts.
Rifles used in the video:
The E&L Gen 2 AKs we used in this video for reference
"Other" brand AKs shall remain nameless
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Patrol Base are now stocking the M712 Smuggler DL-44 Heavy Blaster Pistol:
This pistol gives you the ability to shoot first, no matter what anyone else may say…
Sam from Phoenix Knights has shared a video he and his team put together of a Milsim game they attended last week:
The event was Stirling Airsoft’s "Operation Crucible" and it was their first hosted at Caerwent Military base.
We brought three vehicles to the event and where assigned as our own vehicle team and were tagged in with their vehicles to make a 10+ vehicle convoy for some of the larger missions. Others we operate as QRF or manning checkpoints. The event was one of the best I have been to and thought I would share my experience.