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  1. Come in, Cooper, do you copy? Cooper, do you read me? Forget about Freeman, we are abandoning the base. If you have any last bomb targets, mark them on the tactical map. Otherwise, get the hell out of there. Repeat, we are pulling out and commencing air strikes. Give us targets, or get below.
    12 points
  2. Collecting for quite a while now, still happy as a child, when I get my hands on something rare - in this case, the happyness is accompanied by something like awe, as it doesn't get much rarer than this Tanaka Colt SAA Casyopea (which already is rare as hell in and of itself, as these were banned in Japan together with their Casyopea counterpart, the S&W M500) with a Prime CNC Brass Kit (possibly the only brass kit for Casyopea in existence, either a mod of a Pegasus brass kit, or Prime has begun to build one of these, but stopped when the Casyopeas were banned in Japan). The loa
    8 points
  3. GHK Draco with MCX stock and Sig TI 7.62 QD suppressor, the poor man's rich man's MCX 300BLK rattler..
    7 points
  4. I never liked the tiny grip on the tt33, and real wraparound grios from various real tokarev variants dont really fit on the WE. So I designed my own. Theyre styled off of a couple of different kinds that are available out there with some features from here and there. Im including the stl files too for anyone who wants to try making some. They need to be fit in order to stay on without moving too much. Ive found the best way to do that is to soften the plastic on the underside of the grips with some acetone, then press them into place on the gun. That seems to produce a nice tight fi
    6 points
  5. MGS2 Beretta, cover art version, cheapo trigger guard laser with a 3D printed shroud to make it look more like the cover art one, probably still too small.
    6 points
  6. Not sure how many of us have seen the recent Forgotten Weapons video where Ian tries out a bizarre cheek pistol technique, it's made up by this guy who runs a YouTube channel called Demonstrated Concepts. Here's a video.. demonstrating the concept. After quickly throwing some stuff together with an MP7, I pretty much decided this is extremely good for airsoft especially in CQB, I can go through a doorway sideways without moving the gun or adjusting my aim, and the entire time I'd still be looking through the optics. I can switch "shoulder/face" to peek tight corners without swi
    5 points
  7. Mafioso kimber compact Cerakoted tungsten and graphite black.
    5 points
  8. My wife - the f are you building at three in the morning in the bathroom with a Dremel? Me - a weapon to surpass metal gear
    5 points
  9. I have nothing against P90s, in fact I have the GBB one and will be buying the Krytac one too It's not every day we see entirely new and bizarre shooting concepts that looks viable so just keeping an open mind, and one can't know if anything works until actually trying it in a game.
    3 points
  10. Isn't that the designation for the barrel length for SAA's?
    3 points
  11. Wingmann, whilke nice, it'd be tantamount of handing the judicial side in Japan the rope to hang them. The Japanese gun laws are rigid as heck, with stiff penalties to those who are found in violation. And let's be honest, for Marui, their other business, making model cars, trains and the like, is the actual money maker in Japanese market, and the airsofts are a side to that. If the side threatens the whole company, it will be divested, no matter how much we here outside Japan try to moan about it.
    3 points
  12. Had a good time at the local field on Sunday despite the heat. There are a few other shots of me in a pile of weeds or running with a RPK in the deep woods, but this one says it all that day. Won the Free for All round the event hosts ran right after the lunch period using my trusty ak105 and won a card for next game day fee. Ended up giving it to a mate who had sit out the game as his birthday is this Wednesday and he had gladly shared with me and others the pork fried rice he cooked up from scratch. Netting over my head was for the expected mosquito hordes but did not really see any till
    2 points
  13. There was a problem with the stls i uploaded, but i couldnt seem to edit the post. So ive fixed the STLs and uploaded them here instead for free: https://cults3d.com/en/3d-model/various/grips-for-we-tt33-tokarev-airsoft-gun
    2 points
  14. Here's hoping they do something other than a Glock.
    2 points
  15. The irony that this thread I started 2 and a half years ago is still front page under general is not lost on me 🤣 Hope everyone is doing well! Michael
    2 points
  16. They still have the over pressure valve in the Mk23 mags, I wouldn't be suprised if a QD spring was considered (it'd make assembly in the factory easier for a start) but opted not to so to avoid looking like they were making guns that are really easy to take over the 1J limit. Personally if I got one I wouldn't even bother changing anything until something broke, imo within the limits of the UK it's not really worth it.
    2 points
  17. The SPP, which was specifically designed as a pistol, has a prominent finger stop and an extended muzzle device to reduce the chances of you accidentally shooting your own fingers off. Since the KSC SPP was discontinued the best base for a SPP-like build is the railed MP9, because if you pull the bottom rail off, that finger stop is hidden under there. Here's a KSC/KWA lower: The real cheek pistol prototypes demonstrated have flash hiders or suppressors to get your fingers away from the muzzle a bit.
    1 point
  18. This got me curious enough to look up... There's this and this which both say they are in stock, but it will be a real franken build. I'm also curious about NGRS AK-47, there's no reason for that to be the correct length but very little is known about that platform given the nicheness of model 47.
    1 point
  19. I'll try to capture some footage at a CQB game next week if all goes well and see how it works. Footage might look weird though given the unusual gun position from a head cam.
    1 point
  20. Not gonna lie, I'd totally get two of these for funsies. Don't have to deal with gas and my Tanaka can stay in its display case without worry ❤️
    1 point
  21. It's got hop-up for .12g-.20g, and can be fanned implying the hammer is mechanically connected to piston release. No info on srp or release date yet, but expect it to be in between their basic GBB and other spring revolvers (my guess is around $80).
    1 point
  22. Came up with a little multi purpose adaptor for @PureSilver's AUG with FG-Airsoft A2 rail, thought I'd make a post before it's returned to him. The adaptor takes the classic Surefire millenium series directly with 10-32 UNF screws, and by switching the screws to a pair of countersunk M4s and have it go in from the other side, it will then take a picatinny rail for other lights.
    1 point
  23. Been on the lookout for a replacement hipster red dot since I cracked the lens of my china clone LCO. I happened across this by accident on AliExpress and ordered one straight away. Unfortunately it's taken its sweet time in customs for the past three months so it's only now am able to test it out in person. It's a clone of DI Optical's FC1 which uses a prism as a means to project the red dot to the shooters eye. Surprisingly enough the copy is faithful in that respect that the insides is one big hunk of glass. It uses a single CR2032 battery with an advertised 2moa dot. Right out of the b
    1 point
  24. ... Thanks NonEx for the science but I mentioned it a few posts back lmao
    1 point
  25. There's a stupid lip near the muzzle end so when you try to put the barrel in, the tip of the inner stopped by that, what I ended up doing was using a pin punch of similar diameter to a BB, putting it into the front of the inner while trying to fit it in, and kinda guiding it to avoid the lip that catches the inner. Shameless plug
    1 point
  26. Finally picked up an nt4 for my mod 0 (WE GBBR base). And with my mod 1 (ICS split gearbox base)..old school vs new(er) school
    1 point
  27. Co2 mag will be heavy with co2 cartridge installed. Green gas mag looks like a converted co2 mag. Maybe they did their maths with a co2 installed.
    1 point
  28. Rig by head on tactical. Straps by 8492 nylon works.
    1 point
  29. Carving out channels for the gas firing pin (valve knocker), which protrudes slightly into the upper. Filing down the barrel nut threading to allow the barrel extension to sit farther into the receiver. Filing out a shallow channel on the side of the receiver for the bolt catch. Filing down the detent housing on the dust cover door (the bolt is a touch wider than a real one in the recessed area so it can't fully close otherwise). Filing out the rear takedown pin to align with the VT lower (rear pin on the VT is very slightly lower than the real thing). So not a drop
    1 point
  30. FYI pre-order price listed at AirSoft Taiwan is $400 USD. https://ast-gun.airsofttaiwan.com/index.php?route=product/product&category_id=58&manufacturer_id=1316&sort=p.date_added&order=DESC&fbclid=IwAR1BKJ5tWLjvrLrwkbUyAP6bl2UBDa8PSDm-tjy2fNavpzt8vVZGmSqJNWs&product_id=3523
    1 point
  31. I think another reason for them not bothering with these QOL feature is because regardless if they do it, they are still gonna be sold out everywhere with a huge queue behind the next batch for products like this, the AKM GBBR is already sold out in HK, pre-order for the NGRS MP5 is filled, until the competition actually affect their sales, they probably don't need to worry about "copying" features of others but keep doing what they have been doing well. That's not to say they are perfect of course, I really do wish they would look at the competition and learn from them instead of starting fro
    1 point
  32. Well, it's not like cars are extremely restricted, and Toyota was making a moped-engined car that could be switched for motorcycle engine in couple of minutes. The analogy is a bit off, due to the level of restriction on the end result of the quick modification. It's closer to the issue with the snap-on carbine kits in the USA where manufacturers have been burned by the 'SBR conversion' rulings.
    1 point
  33. Which ak47 model is it? Metal body. Plastic bodies are about £130 new. So I would be thinking sub £100. If you go new and want an AK go CYMA over JG.
    1 point
  34. New little toy came in the mail today:)
    1 point
  35. You've hurt me like nobody else could.
    1 point
  36. 1 point
  37. Could be. Could also be an aiming system for a CIA paramilitary unit attacking an offshore oil rig under the guise of a UN inspection. Or just channeling the future of yesterday. It's an Imatronics LS45 helium-neon laser sight from the 1980s. Still works, surprisingly. Edit: And yeah it might be time to buy an AKM. Maybe split the difference when TM's Saiga comes out...
    1 point
  38. It was missing something. That deficiency has been rectified.
    1 point
  39. KSC System 7 M11-A1. Alpha Parts steel kit (upper and lower receiver, stock, outer barrel, front pin, sling mount, grip panel and grip screw), East Asia front strap, @junglejim custom short magazine. Now who wants to sell me a KSC or King Arms (KA-SIL-16, the single-stage one) suppressor for this thing?
    1 point
  40. My latest acquisition - custom built from Taiwan: M1911 No.33 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    1 point
  41. 1 point
  42. The ultimate Escape from Tarkov Obrez (PPS based)
    1 point
  43. My first Hi-Capa, a red spear cat.    
    1 point
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