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  1. 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
  2. 6 points
  3. 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
  4. Well I'm back...my ICS 551 picked up a little brother...(another ICS)
    5 points
  5. Mafioso kimber compact Cerakoted tungsten and graphite black.
    5 points
  6. Here's mine, already have some surgery idea, mainly cutting off the TM's muzzle and replacing it (somehow) with a VFC steel one that comes with a threaded section, can't use this handguard with suppressors with tri-lug alone or even the adapter that comes with it, and the SureFire A17 adapter is a unicorn. Impression so far... it's hefty, similar weight to the WE one, has extremely positive selector clicks, recoil feels snappier than the other NGRS I have tried, real handguard was a drop in, and in this configuration, with some persuading and 3D tetrising, it is able to take a 7.4v 1450mah nun
    4 points
  7. Made a bare minimal tracer unit housing for this, I believe the internal unit is the 5KU compact muzzle flash tracer unit. A quick little video showing some gameplay using this thing, as a proof of concept this definitely works, will take some getting used to for it to feel as natural as whatever one is used to normally, but it makes you a very small target especially when quickly going through narrow spaces.
    4 points
  8. Dremeled the 14+ outer barrel of my G23 in order to fit the comp.
    3 points
  9. Got the short mag and Reptilia 1.93 mount replica.
    3 points
  10. You can see how I lapped the slide to the frame. I am not peening the slide with the hammer, there is just enough material to cause friction. I put small amounts of diamond paste on the inside of the slide and remove very small amounts of that material using the force of a dead-blow hammer Next is to adjust the barrel positioner with a file to get the outer barrel and barrel hood completely aligned with the lugs when the slide is at rest. Most Inokatsu slides sag in the rear of the slide, causing the slide to set itself ahead of the rear slide rails due to poor quality tolerances.
    3 points
  11. Sorry for the awful pictures, but this is the start of my MGS Snake Eater 1911 based on the Inokatsu. The slide is custom made, with fictional NM 7267719 and semi-fictional MFR CAGE code on the right side. The inside of the slide has a barrel positioner like the guns from Swenson and Hoag did back in the '60s and '70s. This is probably going to be the tightest Inokatsu I know. The slide needed to be lapped before with diamond paste before I could get it to function.
    3 points
  12. 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
  13. Isn't that the designation for the barrel length for SAA's?
    3 points
  14. ECHO1 RIFLE DYNAMICS AK700; CUSTOM WIRE STOCK, MODIFIED VS-24 HANDGUARD, ACETECH TRACER (L)
    2 points
  15. Added an nt4 into the mix
    2 points
  16. So, Mach Sakai says srp is 9,800 yen or about $87.
    2 points
  17. 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).
    2 points
  18. 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
  19. It won't as the Gen 4/5 slide profile is different in the front due to the recoil spring Sent from my ANE-LX1 using Tapatalk
    1 point
  20. Crye AVS Chest Rig with Clone AVS 1000 back pack
    1 point
  21. Sorry for the very late (+1yr .. cough) reply. Not on here much these days. (Most chat seems to be on the Wild West Airsoft chat group on FB.) The Cassiopeia shells are discharged by an impact at the front of the shell, not the rear. In the revolvers, this is done with a lever and a circular tube that when fired, pushes back into the front of the shell against a circular seal. So i made my own barrel/hop assembly that the shells rest against. The falling block is skimmed to make a little thinner and is held off the rear of the shell by a spring. When fired, the hammer falls, pushes t
    1 point
  22. Yes, although you would need to ask July_Pi as he needs to put a order in with the shop for it.
    1 point
  23. This one's with just the o-ring change. Blowback with the V3 kit is similar, but will empty 2 consecutive mags worth. (1) Raptor MP-443 fix. Details in comment : GasBlowBack (reddit.com)
    1 point
  24. Please put one of those underfold dong grip on as well...
    1 point
  25. The slide was a Inokatsu blank slide, the I had July_Pi from CustomGBB engrave trademarks. I picked a steel gun because it's easiest to get the high polish blued flats on it.
    1 point
  26. 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
  27. 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
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  29. 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
    1 point
  30. 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
    1 point
  31. 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.
    1 point
  32. Good ol' Marui. They could have put a QD spring change that could be used with just one main pin out. Instead, they chose NOT to so you have to disassemble the whole gun to access to the spring. Also, plastic bushings and plastic piston... They are so awesome and so disappointing at the same time.
    1 point
  33. 1.0 introduction Everyone has probably came across those dummy grenades on AliExpress, and Airsoft stores and actually wondered what good there actually fore? The functionality is 0, and with the exception of a nice gadget completely useless. When doing research on foto's I've spotted the M67 frag grenade on the Warbelt of SOF operators a few times, and actually i think this is quite a dramatic-looking detail. And below on the iconic Delta photo 2.0 M67 History The M67 is at best
    1 point
  34. Viper Tech based C7A2, an alternate build for the Colt LMG / Diemaco LSW above. Not quite clone correct (needs an ambi selector and the markings are all wrong) but the broad strokes are there.
    1 point
  35. My retroish AR`s. Upper one is Delta Carbine, inspired by Blackhawk Down movie. Based on Cyma CM.009D. Lower one is a generish M4A1, based on E&L M4 Platinum.
    1 point
  36. Second Viper Tech acquired, so now my big project can proceed.
    1 point
  37. 1.0 Introduction A very tacticool item nowadays, is the Rugged Phone Case, at the top of the Plate Carrier, and preferably a Kägwerks, like I own a TMC AVS Plate Carrier, the Kägwerks could no longer be a missing item , but first some extra explanation about this. 2.0 Kägwerks Is a company founded by an ex US soldier, in this case Garret Schwindel. Kägwerks focuses on 2 areas, the first is obtaining specialized shooting training for professional military and law enforcement personnel. The second is the development, production and distri
    1 point
  38. Felt bad for bringing people to have a go at Airsoft and having no tac gear to lend then so I whipped up a cheapo chest rig and way too pleased how it turned out. Viper VX buckle up rig - £28 Wynex drop down utility pouch - £10 Viper elastic mag insert - £6 ACM shotgun shell slips - £5 each All off Amazon prime!
    1 point
  39. WE P38 and P38K, externally refinished and fitted with real grips to make a P38K and a P1. It's funny, the real P1 was an aluminum-frame revision of the P38, so WE's use of aluminum for the frame is actually correct. But then they never made a version of their P38 with P1 markings. And the finish is a satin black rather than the deep glossy blue of the real thing, so I had to adjust it a little by adding a touch of blue and polishing with acetone to gloss it up. Also their P38K is based on a fake P38K derived from a P1. Comes with P1 grips and has a top cover and safety, real P38K ha
    1 point
  40. Something I've been hunting for quite a while now: Hudson IMI Jericho 941 GBB, silver version Very rare gun from the early 2000's, uses the Maruzen GBB system from their P99. One of only 3 airsoftguns Hudson has ever built and the only GBB of this pistol. Had to install wood grips on this (they're almost drop in, just have to remove a little from the heightened wood part on the inside, so that it fits the pocket of the frame), back then I only found ones with the newer "IWI" name. Recently found ones with "IMI", they're on their way now Surprisingly tight me
    1 point
  41. My humble collection of cowboy guns.
    1 point
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