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KWP

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About KWP

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    Wer das liest ist dumm :-)

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  • Airsofter since
    2002
  • Most likely to say
    Nulli Secundus In Oriente
  • Country
    Hong Kong

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    http://www.youtube.com/azuremain
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    Male
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    Made in Germany
  1. KWP

    Videos Thread !

    Each his own I'd say... Our game themed USMC vs. Army didn't apply that nonsense pain rule:
  2. KWP

    Videos Thread !

    Hilarious and unhealthy way to play Airsoft:
  3. LOL, your signature is hilarious!

  4. KWP

    KJW M4

    What's so silly about STANAG mags and for Airsoft use what makes the Thermold so much better?
  5. KWP

    KJW M4

    Wow, that KJ rifle seems all steel inside and outside. That's mighty impressive and looks like it could be quite reliable out-of-the-box. But I can't help it, I ventured into the GBBR world for the kick of more realism and simplicity. Reliability sure, but if it's just about that, my AEG would serve me just fine. If KJ just used the WA system, I would have said we have a winner. But just like the WE system, I hate extras that make it look funny and unrealistic to disassemble/assemble. The KJ has too many mechanical parts, a rubberband what the fcuk???, a hopup dial that is certainly ergonomic but ugly to look at, a nozzle that protrudes out of the bolt and the bolt itself doesn't look like the real deal. That's too much to bear with. A pity really as the KJ seems promising, but only reliability wise. I see it like snorkelman and Stealthbomber:
  6. KWP

    KJW M4

    You're right, don't compare the AGM, it's in a class of its own. But as you mention substandard parts that need to be replaced on the AGM. That's only the mechanical parts inside the receiver because they are made of alloy instead of steel and those can be upgraded with CNC steel parts for cheap. Now to the KJ: As far as I can see Donut's review didn't mention if the KJ's mechanical parts are made of alloy or steel, so I would wait with your judgment.
  7. KWP

    G&P GBB M4A1 family

    All GBBRs except maybe for the Inokatsu will explode to thousand pieces after the first shot of a live round.
  8. KWP

    WE Gas Blow Back M4A1 Carbine

    Will you equip the entire U.S. Armed Forces with your WE toy guns or will it just fill a tiny niche amongst the AEGs, Paintball markers, RAMs, RAPs, MILES and Simmunition system they already have for training?
  9. KWP

    G&P GBB M4A1 family

    Somebody wrote you have to lock back the bolt before inserting a mag, otherwise something inside the gun would accidentally discharge the mag, wich would suck hard. Is that issue fixed yet?
  10. KWP

    G&P GBB M4A1 family

    Same here, they should rather focus on reliablity, hard recoil and realistic but not insane rof or dangerous fps rates.
  11. KWP

    G&P GBB M4A1 family

    536 fps, that's insane. Who needs that?
  12. KWP

    G&P GBB M4A1 family

    Hi there, mind to share more about your experience with the Inokatsu? How bad is the upper-lower wobble and any other flaws? Is topgas/green gas enough to cycle it properly and still get a hard enough kick? Btw, I am from Germany too. What's the regulation on GBB rifles in Germany? I mean they have no fixed fps/joule, but depend on gas type and ambient temperature. Is full auto allowed for GBB rifles and still need the F cert?
  13. KWP

    G&P GBB M4A1 family

    Not a question really. The only reason for buying an out-of-the-box WE is sacrificing realism for more reliability and budget concerns. Even if WA and WE are the same in reliability and all, in the end the WE still has the fugly brass gas chamber.
  14. KWP

    G&P GBB M4A1 family

    If it's only the magazines, PGC will release a WA/INO/G&P compatible magazine. It's supposed to be improved (whatever that means) and more affordable.
  15. KWP

    G&P GBB M4A1 family

    No info yet, but I bet it won't take long. When it's fixed I will have a closer look at it and make my decision between her and the Inokatsu, unless new competitors have entered the market by then.
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