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  1. kullwarrior

    DAS M4A1 BY GBLS Korea

    I guess this should be considered 'reasonable' compared to recoil shock ptw $2.4k +0.145k/mag
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    DAS M4A1 BY GBLS Korea

    Any idea what the material/ finishing method are? ie Die cast Zn-Al + CNC finish? (this is how PTW bodies are made AFAIK)
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    DAS M4A1 BY GBLS Korea

    The lower portion looks very much like the shell ejecting lower. The carrier can be simply be result of resdisign gear box to be more pleasing and useful to the eye. Notice how there's a main spring within the carrier? This is what I'm talking about 0:05 to 0:30 and 1:30 to 2:00
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    First Impressions: Tokyo Marui M4 MWS GBBR

    It works pretty well for 8C
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    DAS M4A1 BY GBLS Korea

    Based on Airsoft Canada and Arms-Cool discussion. It sounds like this system is just a modified TOP shell ejecting EBB. If that's the case the odd sound may also be result of motor having insufficient torque similar to how speed motor sounds when pulling a M150 spring.
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    First Impressions: Tokyo Marui M4 MWS GBBR

    How's the DH mod working in terms of fps stability? I've heard rumour suggesting that the fps deviation increases. PS BioRage, I don't know you but reading on this thread I felt you're a bit overly aggressive with touting GHK as best gbbr. Bada Bing's did a pretty good job on being objective. I'll be honest I never own a GHK/ Marui GBBR, I stopped at KSC/KWA LM4. The magazine weight pretty much summarize how GHK has more shots than Marui. (more material to act as a heatsink). My biggest gripe with the whole airsoft GBB thing is: #1 Why are we still running flammable propellant with such a crappy temperature range? Devil Hunter's mod aka refillable CO2 should've been standard when Asian airsoft GBB maker began moving towards GBBR. It's not that difficult to hold CO2 -GHK's cylinder reservoir design is a simple solution #2 Why haven't we begin moving towards a HPA gas-in mag system? A 3000psi should be sufficient
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    WE Gas Blow Back M4A1 Carbine

    Find systema ptw pins instead they work.
  8. kullwarrior

    HK3P Glock 17

    stronger recoil, no noticeable fps increase.
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    VFC MP7A1 Navy GBB

    nice review. BTW: you have really really good English (very faint German accent)
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    TAG Innovation ICS GLM review

    This is how madbull/KA system look internally (KA uses 8 ball bearing while Madbull four) h ttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDMisiZ4_aA
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    TAG Innovation ICS GLM review

    Is the projectile itself less than 40mm in diameter? (ie can you use it in a typical grenade launcher) Also what kind of mechanism is the 40mm base? Is it similiar to Madbull/King Arms or is it much more like ICS? (This would easily determine if one can use CO2 as propellent)
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    I'm surprised this part is done via CNC, couldn't you do it via mold?
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    If you say changes from KSC M4.... KWA totally BS that. Aside from different material use on specific parts, the parts compatiability and dimension were design to be different. Funny thing is that WE M4 Open-Chamber is still allow in US despite having almost 100% parts compatiability with AR-15 (lower receiver, Trigger Group, bolt carrier are the only parts I can think on top of my head that will not work)
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    not possible due to the two pin hole size differently.
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    except its a money sink. To me WE is still the best choice for training rifle if it wasn't for the crappy choice of material.

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