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  1. TM are teasing three new products on their site. They'll be unveiled on the 17th of July in an online presentation, because coronavirus, hosted by a virtual YouTube personality in the form of a busty anime redhead in fatigues, because Japan. Owing to the intense creepiness of the scarred sort-of-3D VTuber I cannot in good conscience recommend anyone watch the actual product launch, so here are the teasers. Number one is an AKM's front sight. This is almost certainly a GBBR companion to the MWS. Number two is a flat-top AR's charging handle. Accompanying this is text Google
  2. Time for me to slim down my collection a bit. While shotguns are a blast to use, I really don't field them often enough to warrant keeping them. Both shotguns are featured in my build thread: Modern Remington 870, kitted out a la modern SAS/UKSF: 856 + S/H Includes 20x modified TM shotshells Link to post: Old-school L74A1: 638 + S/H Includes 20x modified TM shotshells Link to post:
  3. Apologies for the bullet-point formatting. It seems I can't modify it so each list is single-spaced. If the formatting really bothers you, here's a link to this same document on my google drive: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1U8acwm_xEDo04XfRLj5s-8Zh1z1LMpER9AGWt6l8ONQ/edit?usp=sharing TOKYO MARUI M870: BUILDING THE ULTIMATE AIRSOFT SHOTGUN This is a modification-oriented overview of the Tokyo Marui M870, which has been written over the course of 6 months and covers each phase of my modification and outfitting plan. Treat this writeup as a technic
  4. Make: Tokyo MauriGun/Model: MP7A1 Accessories: As Standard Condition: NEW FPS: 330-350 Splits/Swaps/Part Exchange: no/no/no Price/Payment: £275 Pictures: See Below Hi all,Not much to say about this, brand new and unused, box fresh and looking for somebody to actually use her!I’m too much of an old school mp5 lover and refuse to put mine down to pick this up; fun as these are, it’s going to have to go!RRP £300+Looking for just £275!Save yourself some dosh for extra bits for your new gun! - Be quick though, it's advertised everywhere!Buyer pays postage and any transaction fees if applicable
  5. Srs 22” (black) teflon fluted cylinder WASP Piston Upgraded Spring TNT inner barrel (not installed) TNT hop unit (not installed) Silverback Suppressor 3 Mags NO OPTIC! Tokyo marui USP Compact 3 Mags & holster £300 pickup
  6. Tokyo Marui M&P 9 Well its arrived. I've never done a review before so please bear with me and be gentle, I've tried to cover as much as I can but I'm sure I've missed something! This is just my first impressions with the pistol along with some photos, I will keep adding to the thread as I use the pistol and I get some mileage on it. Unboxing The box is your standard new generation TM box. Nice glossy picture of the pistol inside with promotional jargon splashed on the front. Inside you'll find the manual with parts diagram in Japanese, targets, safety instructions, 2 spare ba
  7. Saw this in ehobby.... http://shop.ehobbyasia.com/eac-custo...l#.WIqyW_l96Uk want to try upgrading mine using those parts they used. anyone has experience on this? can you show your gun here, to give me some idea? Thx.
  8. Just sharing my upgrades for my hi-capa 5.1. GSB slide look so good and was in perfect finish. Excellent quality. But quite costly. Slightly tight when insert to the frame. But it just getting smoother after a few rack. Other parts were just drop in. I have a few Guarder slides before but the quality is huge different then the GSB. So i was happy what i paid for. This is the first time for trying all UAC upgrades. At first, I was doubt in aluminum nozzle. But they just work amazingly well and smooth. They are just drop in without mod. The bang sound was just loud. FPS is stable. Some of my fri
  9. So here it is! I don't know if this is the first one in the UK but it's got to be close as I've not seen any other photos or reviews to date. The box is obviously influenced by 24 but holds the gun securely and comes with the gun, mag, rail adaptor and a spare flat base plate The gun itself feels light without the mag but it is very well put together and feels great in the hand as you'd expect with a TM product and one modelled on an iconic HK handgun. The finish is great with nice trademarks including the updated USP markings on the pistol grip as is true to the real ones I've b
  10. Skin Deep/At a Glance: FPS: Circa 280 w/0.20g BB, depending on weather WEIGHT: A reasonable 0.73kg ACCURACY: Equal to Marui 1911/Hi-Capa/PX4 CONSISTENCY: Provided you don't shoot too fast, it's perfect RELIABILITY: Pull this from your holster and this will do the job, everytime! ECONOMY: By the time it lands you're looking at €200. Running costs are negligible, and considering how long this will last it's money well spent. In-Depth: The M9A1 is one of the latest pistols released from Tokyo Marui, and is easily one of the most anticipated - it marks a seminal moment in their histo
  11. Afternoon. Firstly, I'd like to begin this review with a meme. I like memes, and Sean Bean is a legend in many respects. When I used to work in Barratt's shoes in Bluewater, I sold him a pair of caterpillar boots, and he was a thoroughly nice chap. You may also wish to consider making a cup of tea, going for a ciggie or making a sandwich. This is going to be a long winded thing. I've chosen the above meme to kick this article off, for the simple fact that I can imagine what this thread is going to cause, because I'm going to make a really controversial claim right about her
  12. DangerWerx Tri-Shot Rail (TSR) Review Introduction: I've been a big fan of the TM M3 shotguns for a long time, although the lack of accessories and aftermarket support kept me away from them for a while. Recently I took the plunge and picked up a Bravo M3 clone and some spare shells, figuring it'd be a fun project and a good CQB/loaner gun. When DangerWerx posted about his plans for new M3 accessories, I was majorly pumped, as he's made some nifty parts for rather unsupported systems in the past. Ordering: I received this rail direct from DangerWerx for the purpose of
  13. *This is the review from the Review Database, with added photos; please inform me in case any grammatical mistakes are made. English is my second language and I sure will make a lot of mistakes*+ (Short summary at the end if you don't want to read the whole review) TOKYO MARUI P226 CHROME STAINLESS TABLE OF CONTENT -INTRODUCTION -FIRST IMPRESSION -DETAILED LOOK -PERFORMANCE!!! -CONCLUSION -P226 FOR THE LEFT HANDED -SUMMARY FOR THE LAZY FOLKS!!! -RATINGS INTRODUCTION First of all, I confess that I'm not a fan of Tokyo Marui. As an airso
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