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  1. Make: Inokatsu Gun/Model: SIG Sauer P226R Masterpiece Accessories: 4x Inokatsu 24rd CO2 Magazine, Guarder Steel Outer Barrel, Guarder Steel Threaded Outer Barrel, VFC Steel Threaded Outer Barrel Condition: Mint FPS: Gas dependent, <350FPS Splits/Swaps/Part Exchange: Offers welcome Price/Payment: £575.00 plus shipping For sale is an Inokatsu SIG Sauer P226R Masterpiece edition. This is a steel clone of the Tokyo Marui P226R, and is compatible with the TM P226-series, as well as KJW, WE and other clones of these designs. This is by far the most realistic airsoft P226 available: the slide, extractor, sights, outer barrel and controls are all steel, and the frame is aluminium alloy CNC-milled from billet, as per the real thing. It is serial number UU000080, one of the original batch of 100 guns, and was factory assembled rather than supplied as a kit. It has the steel slide, outer barrel and front and rear sights with the correct PVD finish. The slide is the later (for SIG) external extractor type and has a separate extractor with a blued finish. It has an Inokatsu CNC aluminium frame (which some others don't). The gun has the rather rare P226-02 upgrade kit, with steel trigger, hammer, magazine release, magazine release cover, and unique takedown lever (omitting the unrealistic push-to-safe feature Japanese law forces on TM models) that you can't get elsewhere. To this I have added the Guarder steel decocking lever, slide release and guide rod for a complete set of steel controls. It has a Prime steel faux firing pin installed. It has a genuine SIG Sauer mainspring seat, and is fitted with the discontinued Hogue Extreme Series aluminium grips in the classic matte black chequered West German P226 style. Internally the gun runs the Guarder 150% recoil spring, but not the hammer spring (needlessly stiff, wastes gas), a Nine Ball hop-up rubber and the discontinued 6.03x97mm stainless steel inner barrel. Currently fitted is the full Guarder piston and nozzle assembly and Nine Ball piston head. The gun will be supplied with three further outer barrels - a VFC steel 14mm CCW threaded (fitted, but now one-piece rather than two for strength) barrel, and Guarder steel 14mm CCW threaded and unthreaded (need fitting) barrels. It will be supplied with four working Inokatsu CO2 magazines and a fifth donor magazine. The gun has some cosmetic wear to the frame rail finish (this is absolutely unavoidable with SIGs, even real ones) but is otherwise in mint condition. It has never been gamed; I would estimate a round count of about 250 shots fired. The gun has the most savage kick and report of any airsoft pistol I have ever shot (and I own two more steel pistols and have shot about 15 more). Please note that in this video the gun is fitted with a dry-fire adapter to stop it locking back. This pistol gun was £1,005 prior to tax and shipping, but currently retails for £600. The rest of the components - prior to tax and shipping - add up to about £350 for a total of about £950. I am open to swaps and part-exchanges, so please feel free to make offers. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
  2. Make: Inokatsu Gun/Model: Colt 1911A1 100th Anniversary Accessories: 1x KJW 1911A1 28rd CO2 Magazine Condition: Mint FPS: Gas dependent, <350FPS Splits/Swaps/Part Exchange: No/No/Glock magazines Price/Payment: £375.00 plus shipping For sale is an Inokatsu Colt 1911A1 100th Anniversary. This is a full-steel clone of the Tokyo Marui M1911A1, and is compatible with the TM 1911-series, as well as KJW, WE and other clones of these designs. This is a full-steel gun: the frame, slide, outer and inner barrel, controls, sights, hop-up unit and all internal components are made of high-grade heat-treated steel, not the pot metal almost all sub-$1k airsoft pistols are made of. It is in mint condition with only ~250rds fired, and has never been skirmished. There are no marks, scratches, scuffs or other aesthetic issues. The gun is compatible with TM 1911-series magazines, but is supplied with a KJW CO2 magazine. In reasonably rapid fire the gun will shoot about 30rds (slightly in excess of one magazine) with a deafening report and absolutely vicious recoil. I cannot stress this enough: shooting this is not like shooting a regular pistol. The pistol suffers from one problem. If: The safety is engaged, and The grip safety is depressed, and Tremendous force is applied to the trigger, The pistol can disengage the safety and drop the hammer. This is unlikely to be a potential safety issue, but be aware that it is possible. This pistol currently retails for £525.00 inside the EU. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
  3. Make: Inokatsu Gun/Model: 2010 M4A1 Super Bolt Accessories: 1x ProWin V2 Magazine, 5x ProWin Inokatsu Gas Router, 1x Western Arms Super Magazine, Prime Ambidextrous Fire Selector Condition: Mint, Used FPS: 350-400FPS Splits/Swaps/Part Exchange: No Price/Payment: £575 Pictures: As below, more available upon request. For sale is an Inokatsu M4A1 Super Bolt. It is serial number W310770, making it a 2010 gun. 2009-2010 Inokatsus are widely considered to be the most realistic airsoft M4s ever made, and originally retailed for $1,050 including the Super Bolt, an otherwise $150 option which is fitted to this gun. It has fully forged and MILSPEC hard-anodized receivers, and licensed Colt and Knight's Armament trademarks throughout. It is an extended-WA platform gun, making it true 1:1 (unlike other WA-platform guns), and has a full-travel bolt (unlike ViperTech). This example has the full-steel CNC-machined Super Bolt with additional recoil weight. Combined with a very stiff recoil spring, this is one of the hardest-kicking GBBRs ever made. The gun is fitted with a fully CNC'd replica of the KAC M4 RAS, with trademarked heatshield. The gun is in flawless condition, and should not be confused with inferior 'B-grade' models. Since these guns are no longer in production this may very well be the most pristine example left. I have fired substantially less than 1,000rds through it, and it has never been skirmished. It is entirely steel where it should be, including the outer barrel (with full Colt trademarks), front sight block, gas tube, fire control group, castle nut, and fasteners. The gun is fitted with a real-steel (DPMS) buffer tube and castle nut. Included with the gun is ProWin V2 50rd magazine in fully working order. This is a monocoque fully CNC'd magazine - probably the highest quality airsoft magazine ever made - with cosmetic marks from insertion and extraction from the magazine well. Included with it are 5 ProWin Inokatsu-specific gas routers for greater efficiency. Also included is a WA Super Magazine - this originally retailed for $150 all by itself, and is designed to allow the gun to be fired upside down if necessary - which is very leaky and needs its O-rings oiling or replacing. Also included (but not fitted) is a Prime KAC-style steel ambidextrous selector. Here's the gun in action: If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
  4. My Unboxing Video [media=] [/media] Impressions Upon opening the box has been less than impressive. The orange barrel, the "loose" nature of the gun, and the "new" finish. There has been numerous posts in regards to this manner, whether if it's inokatsu's poor quality control, or if it's made to "replicate the gi's old colt feel". Regardless, it feels a little disappointing for a top notch airsoft replica. [media=] [/media] That's my initial impressions of the gun! Externals At first, I hated it. I felt like I was ripped off. But a lot has changed since I removed the orange plug that it came with. Then there's the problem of the "loose" nature of the gun. The rear sight is not solid. Disassembling the BBU, I can see that it's being held by a little detent. The only way I can see this rear sight to be solid is if it was glued to the slide. Which makes me question the fact if the REAL M1911A1 had the same hole in the rear sight. Why is this necessary? can't it just be a solid piece? Anyways, that's a minus in my book. The grip safety is also loose. I can move it laterally, which I wish I didn't have that playroom. The slide moves about .01 mm side to side as well too. The trigger is loose as well, but that isn't a huge negative mark for me. And of course, the gun comes to me in a flat black color, similar to their M4 line (2009+). So isn't there anything positive I have to say about this gun? The weight. Wow this feels hefty! The feel of steel, and the way it sounds. Wow. Putting it right next to a KJW, and a KWA M1911A1 replica, you can hear the distinct noise the Inok 1911 makes. Wow. It sure doesn't sound like a toy anymore! Even just locking the slide back, and releasing it feels awesome! The hammer sounds awesome as well too, when you dry fire. And for every potential buyer out there just waiting to do some mods to this gun here's a tip: do not over tighten the rear allen screw. It will cause the BBU to not function properly, and the slide of the steel slamming against steel will be replaced by steel slamming against plastic! And because I DO NOT like the shipped finish (the LUX edition is suppose to have an amazing finish) I decided to purchase a 3000grit sandpaper for automobiles to put some weathering on the finish. The result is astonishing. It matches the period it came from, and it is now a gun with character! And of course, 1,000 slide lock -> releases later, I still enjoy listening to that steel slamming on to steel sound! Operation So I decided to purchase a KJW green gas magazine for the flush bottom. Red Wolf claims this gun will run on green gas during the summer, so I decided to put that to the test. The gun comes with a CO2 magazine (also KJW) and is intended to be used with the CO2 magazine due to the heavy slide and the stiffer springs inside the gun. That would be fine except the KJW CO2 magazines are UGLY. That bumper is just hideous, and you cannot get that image out of your head. What starts to be a gorgeous gun is infinitely ruined by that little "baby bump" of the KJW CO2 Mag. The safety features on this gun is abundant, just like how the original 1911 was intended. With the grip safety, the half cocking mechanism, and the slide safety feature, this gun is really hard to unintentionally shoot somebody. However, some mentioned that if I set the slide safety on, I cannot pull the trigger all the way -- which is the way it should be. As soon as I release the slide safety, the hammer will strike. That's true on mine, and it happens 100% of the time. Is this a design flaw? perhaps. But I don't know in any situation where I will hold the trigger down as I release the slide safety. Not a huge flaw in my eyes, since the situation will not occur with me. The slide lock is a tad shorter than the real M1911A1. I believe the reason for this is so that people don't accidentally bump the reverse side, which will put the slide lock out of alignment, which will cause you to waste an entire CO2 capsule, or a full gas charge. My slide lock has a slight issue: (and it seems to be isolated with me) When I insert the magazine with the slide is forward, the lock will back itself out. If I insert the magazine hard enough, it'll come out quite a bit. Of course, I cannot pull the slide lock out unless the magazine is out. So upon releasing the magazine, I am able to pull the slide lock out directly without aligning to the second indentation for slide lock removal. I've had times where I forgot to check the slide lock and the slide wouldn't blow back because the lock was backed out just a little. This causing all the gas to be released, and thus, I wasted a CO2 canister or a charge of gas. Shooting Actually shooting the gun is in a world of it's own. I don't own many GBB handguns. In fact, I don't own any. 10 years ago, when I was heavily invested into airsoft (Tokyo Marui M4A1 with the brand new EG1000 motor! and the FIRST EVER FULL METAL airsoft gun --MP5 by Classic Army!!) I had a KSC Glock 18C and a KJW USP Tactical. The glock 18C was a blast on FA. KJW was just okay and fun to shoot around every now and then, but for the best experience it was my Glock 18C by KSC. After a couple years I got out of airsoft because AEG's were lame and I didn't skirmish enough for me to keep the hobby going. Plus I was a starving college student and I needed the money. Now that GBBR's are out, experience is everything to me. I don't remember how the Glock 18C felt exactly, but this Inokatsu 1911 is out of this world on the CO2 gas. For some reason (this happened to me twice) the first shot will feel "normal". The shots that followed were amazing. I did expect it. Wow. It shoots hard. REAL hard. It ball parks around 280-290 fps, but it feels like it shoots 1000fps. Though you cannot see it in the video below, you'll just have to trust me [media=] [/media] This is quite the experience. I'll get about 12-13 rounds before I start loosing a little bit of gas pressure. due to cool down. As shown in the video above, I started off in hot water with the 12g CO2 capsule, and it ended up developing frost around the entire capsule. What I did (and I didn't show in the video) was I overcharged the KJW green gas magazine, thus giving me poor results. I actually charged it for 3 seconds once, and I got off 9 good rounds on Green Gas (of course putting it in warm water first!). But Green Gas will not function this gun properly in a game. I've yet to try yellow gas, but I'll update my review once I've obtained some yellow gas. Conclusion So there you have it. I paid redwolf 825.xx USD after shipping for this gun. Expensive for a toy. Do I feel like it's worth the price? Probably not. It's the same as their M4's. is it worth that much money for a toy? probably not, but if you want the ultimate experience, you gotta pay the admission fee. In return, you get an incredible experience, and a beautiful, collector worthy gun that many people will mistaken for a real one (even after they have handled the weapon!). In the end, I really enjoy the gun. I can say so much to justify my $800+ USD purchase, but I did it. And I don't have my buyer's remorse coming on. At first I did, but the more I messed around with it and made it my own, the more I love it. Pictures Here are a few pictures of the gun. I wish I took more "before" pictures, but this will have to do! Enjoy! BEFORE http://desmond.imageshack.us/Himg51/scaled.php?server=51&filename=photozqw.jpg&res=landing AFTER http://desmond.imageshack.us/Himg43/scaled.php?server=43&filename=photogss.jpg&res=landing http://desmond.imageshack.us/Himg135/scaled.php?server=135&filename=photo3px.jpg&res=landing http://desmond.imageshack.us/Himg808/scaled.php?server=808&filename=photo2vv.jpg&res=landing http://desmond.imageshack.us/Himg822/scaled.php?server=822&filename=photo1ho.jpg&res=landing That's it for now! I would take more pictures, but that's all I have!
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