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Gunfighters808

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  1. Gunfighters808

    Initial Impressions of the TM SOPMOD M4 AEG

    some video goodness of the scar-H. from Echigoya. so who's going to pop for this badboy? as much as I want one, with the Yen the way it is, it's just too expensive for me right now. anyone in Japan on the pre-order lists? let us know how it is.
  2. that's ok. use the english link on the left hand of page, then afterwards scroll down to the calendar and go back to 01-03-2011. Transration!
  3. Gunfighters808

    Initial Impressions of the TM SOPMOD M4 AEG

    kunlun, I've used the PDI 6.05 375mm, fits right in. good overall performance and awesome max range for the system.
  4. looks like Echigoya is now doing a full package upgrade with FET install. I like how they are using the stock insert as the mount/heat sink. anyone get the shortened CQC version from them yet? http://echigoya.militaryblog.jp/e189731.html
  5. ^^ look in Richard's sig.. ^^
  6. as far as the gear set and anti-rev latch, it's the same across the board for the recoil boxes. cylinder heads too I think, (have to re-open a G36 again to make sure ) pistons, air nozzles, hop units, spring guides, and tappet plates are the only gun-type specific. (for spring guide, -sort of, m4 versions are the only different type compared to rest) bushings and cylinders are normal off the shelf AEG. as far as the ak/g36/scar recoil engine is concerned, it's mechanically the same, just the recoil weight/block is different size/weight to gun type.
  7. Gunfighters808

    Initial Impressions of the TM PX4 GBB Pistol

    YES. or at least when I have the time to do another review
  8. AnakChan, I knew you couldn't resist. Nice work! interesting how they went about wiring it up due to the space limitations in the gun body. looks like a fet can be installed, if it can fit in the stock, but you wouldn't want to take it apart again after you install it... I would probably re-solder 20-22guage wire for the signal wires to keep it sorta neat and not take up too much room. the piston is AK/G36. recoil weight is about same as G36 also.
  9. for those with Freedom Art Mag adapters: http://freedomart.militaryblog.jp/e186254.html I kinda like how sensei says it's not hard to shave down to make it fit, unless your lazy. (I think that's what he's implying, through my horrific translation skills)
  10. Gunfighters808

    Initial Impressions of the TM PX4 GBB Pistol

    yes it does. here's some pics, my computer was acting up last time, so I couldn't u/l them. sorry, pics kinda dark, here ya go: video:
  11. Gunfighters808

    Initial Impressions of the TM PX4 GBB Pistol

    The grip options are a welcome thing, that way everyone can be more comfortable shooting this gun. The lock seems to be pretty strong, and the fit is good too. Once the plate is on, it feels really solid.
  12. looks like they're just taking the regular AR-type grip mold that they have and just inject the new color plastic for the gun. cost saving measure.
  13. Gunfighters808

    Initial Impressions of the TM PX4 GBB Pistol

    Field striping the PX4 is the same as a Glock type pistol. There are two release tabs on the frame, pull downwards, and push slide to separate from the frame. Aftermarket parts are not available as of right now, however, as with most TM type guns, expect the larger manufacturers to start to make parts for this new platform. In conclusion, the PX4 seems to go along with the same lines as other compact pistols. Great as a sidearm, and offering some new features not found on many of Tokyo Marui’s other pistols, it would be a worthy addition to a player’s load-out. While the lack of aftermarket parts may hinder it immediately, if it is like the rest of TM’s line, players will not have to wait long to start customizing to their hearts content.
  14. Initial Impressions of the TM PX4 GBB Pistol Tokyo Marui PX4 Length: 193mm / 7.6 inches Weight: 834g / 1lb 13.4oz Magazine Capacity: 25rds FPS (0.20g): 295(Green), 225 (134a) The latest offering from Tokyo Marui, the PX4 offers some new features to their GBB line. Built on a compact frame, it is a welcome addition to players familiar with gun types such as the SIG 226, HiCappa 4.3, and USP Compact. Immediately, you will see that it comes with 2 extra back plates for the lower frame to fit almost any shooter’s hand for a better shooting position and comfort. To change out the back plates, the player would depress the bottom of the magazine well, then, pulls the back plate away from the rear of the gun. The player may now attach a different back to suit their needs. The lower frame also incorporates a bottom rail to attach different accessories such as lights or lasers. The PX4 uses a 25rd magazine of its own design. Gas capacity is comparable to all of TM’s double-stacked type magazines. Velocity is on par for a compact type pistol from TM. Testing was conducted with King Arms Green Gas and Excel .20g BB’s. A Radar type chronograph was used to measure shots in an air conditioned space. Measurements as follows: Shot 1: 302fps Shot 2: 300 Shot 3: 292 Shot 4: 298 Shot 5: 293 Shot 6: 285 Shot 7: 282 Shot 8: 281 Shot 9: 278 Shot10: 279 Subsequent shots hovered within the 278-285 range with Green Gas. On 134A gas velocity ranged from 240 on the first shot to 220 with the magazine starting to cool noticeably. Recoil is snappy and short, comparable to the Cappa4.3 and SIG226, but not as strong as the Desert Eagle and Five7 series guns from Marui. Of note, during testing we noticed that the PX4 tends to expel more gas during shooting contributing to a slightly faster cool-down of the magazines and performance. Weather our particular gun or the series uses more gas remains to be seen in the long term. Accuracy is TM consistent, the first target was with the gun straight out of the box, without hop adjustment or checking the sights. Shooting was with .20g Excel, with King Arms Green Gas. Targets were 8m away. Shooting was from a standing position with 2 hand support. (not scientific, but a more practical answer). The second target is with the hop adjusted and sights corrected, same shooting position and distance, as well as gas and bb’s. The PX4, being a compact design tends to shoot “flat” during snap-shooting and fast-draw situations. Balance is comparable to the USP Compact Pistol. The safety also incorporates a de-cocking feature if the hammer is back in a ready position. Upon engaging the safety, it automatically releases the hammer to battery, this can be done with the magazine in and fully gassed. The hop up is of a new design. Removing the slide to access the hop system is no longer needed. Access to the hop unit can be done with the slide locked in the back position. It is a dial type but fixed to the left side of the barrel and running parallel to the housing. It is colored a lighter grey for easier identification. Players with larger fingers or gloves may find this arrangement a little difficult to adjust the hop setting.
  15. Gunfighters808

    Initial Impressions of the TM SOPMOD M4 AEG

    NICE, Richard! ...so how much swearing/headaches/throwing things before you figured out what to do for the full stock? lol... oh, found someone who took apart the ARMY clone and took pics. interesting, although the manual included states that the cut-out feature is there, there is NO cut-out latch system to this gun. (bottom of the post 3rd to last pic before the pics of the hop unit housing) also the pics with the exploded diagram do not show any cut-out lever on mechbox or bolt release. http://cinnamon.militaryblog.jp/
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