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  1. Hi all, Looking to sell my Well MB-01 L96 Bolt Action Sniper please see attached photos. This is used I bought it years ago but it still shoots straight and looks nice. Few scuffs from action but is still a great piece, comes with a scope, magazine, and a bipod. Please message me if you have any queries, would be looking for £80 but all offers are welcome as I wouldn't mind a swift sale. Kind Regards, Dan.
  2. DeadChristmas69

    Cybergun Pietro Beretta 92FS (07041) Box Art

    These are the cardboard inserts for a retail Cybergun Pietro Beretta 92FS (07041). The replica is actually modeled to resemble an M9. Manufactured by Kien Well Toy Industrial Company, KWC.
  3. This is Dead_Christmas's (DeadChristmas69's) review of the Crosman Stinger P36. Its true name is the M43F. (OEM'd by Double Eagle).Memories of the past await! The Crosman P36 takes us back to a time far into history!...The exact time I cannot recall. *Shrugs* My age was ten when I got my first copy of this replica. This pistol was actually my first airsoft handgun! The version my mother bought for me was the transparent plastic one with black grips. One event remains in my recollection. The battle between my neighbor and I at an unpopular local park, far out in the countryside. My friend's Remington Wingmaster proved to be an overwhelming opponent for my meager sidearm. The battle was his, and I hadn't stood a chance.The present day is our focus, now. Currently, two Crosman versions are in my possession. Clear and black, sitting alongside a sort of desert camouflaged-grip and clear plastic version. Both of them were eBay listings, calling out to me for purchasing. Of course, I felt more than happy to oblige. Both of my copies arrived with their magazines, and used, but undamaged condition. Excitement at the prospect of owning another piece of my childhood was almost palpable!Now, their specifications will be listed:Retailer brand, OEM: Crosman, Double Eagle.Origin of production: ChinaModel names: Stinger SASP36/P36 by Crosman, M43F by Double Eagle.Price: About 16$ for the SASP36 itself, and 4.99$ for an extra magazine (SM1P36). Due to scarcity of both items mentioned previously, prices will vary. Common second-hand prices range from 20$-30$ including the cost of shipping.Package includes: Crosman P36 (SASP36), one magazine (CR-SM1P36/SM1P36), owner's manual, warning sticker, 100 Crosman .12 gram pellets in an LLDPE bag.Real gun counterpart: STI 2011 4.0, precise model unknown. Likely chambered in 9mm.Firing mechanism: Spring-action, manual cocking, single shot.Caliber: 6 millimeters, 0.24 inches.Velocity with .12, and .20 gram pellets: Roughly 200 FPS, and roughly 154 FPS, respectively.Sights: Fixed front blade, fixed rear notch. Entirely unmarked.Build materials: ABS plastic externals entirely, ABS plastic internals almost entirely. ABS plastic constructed magazine. Aluminum inner barrel. Steel springs and screws. Contains lead weights in the grip, and inside the magazine.Some examples of accessories designed for this model: Crosman/Game Face Pistol Holster (SAH02), Crosman/Game Face Shoulder Holster (SAH03), Crosman Class 2 Red Laser (71599), Crosman/Game Face LED Weapon Light (75901).Weight: .68 lbs, .31kg.Overall length: 7.5 inches, 19 centimeters.Inner barrel: Smooth bore, aluminum. Exact length unknown, but likely around four inches long.Hop up: Yes, fixed, designed for .12 gram pellets.Range: Short with .12 gram pellets, and .20 gram pellets. The hop up has a noticeable affect on .12 gram pellets, but almost none with .20 gram pellets.Accuracy: Poor with .12 gram pellets even after cleaning the inner barrel, hop up, and pellet loading path. .12 gram pellets fly either above and left or right of the sight picture with poor consistency of accuracy. .20 gram pellets are significantly more accurate, and fly in a flat trajectory. Consistency of accuracy with .20 gram pellets is okay.Outer barrel threads: None.Accessory rails: Yes, one picatinny rail with one locking screw slot on the bottom of the frame. Not the same size as real picatinny rails, but can fit weaver and picatinny accessories provided that the locking screw is not too wide.Magazine Capacity: 14 rounds.Safety: Yes, lever, it is the fake slide-stop.Orange tip removal: Not recommended, glued in place to the outer barrel. Outer barrel will become too short, have a black piece protruding from the bottom of the outer barrel, and become receded into the slide.Parts that are known to break: Trigger, and the back of the slide.Markings/trademarks: "STINGER P36", "CAL. 6mm BB", "made in china", "SAFE", "FIRE", "WARNING: BEFORE USING, READ OWNER'S MANUAL AVAILABLE FROM CROSMAN CORP, E. BLOOMFIELD, NY 14443 US.". Five digit serial number.My subjective view on appropriate uses for this replica: Backyard war. Target practice.Personal thoughts: This is obviously a pistol designed for target practice, or for battling with other spring weapons. Though, the P36 falls short in comparison to even other handguns above and below its price range. Nostalgia and sentimental value what primarily attract me to it. It's an ancient model presently, with the earliest review discovered to be from 2005. eBay currently has three of them available, or one might be found Goodwill's online store. Spare magazines are next to impossible to find, though I own two of them. The P36's grips are comfortable to hold, and indoor target shooting is a fair challenge with this sidearm. The biggest challenge in that, is figuring out how to position the sights in order to properly cannonball .20 gram pellets.It's light, fairly small, and does a decent shot. Most importantly, the P36 reminds me of fond, and possibly rose-tinted memories from my childhood.Images of the SASP36 will be posted in the future.
  4. Hello I have some old airsoft guns that I want to sell and this is one of them. A H&K P9S made in Japan by Falcon Toy Company. Its a shell ejecting spring pistol. The pistol in the original box are in very good condition. it also comes with a lot of shells. a very nice collectors piece! Second is a Maruzen Government 1911. Also a shell ejecting spring pistol. Nice peace in original box . good condition. last one is a Maruzen S&W 59 same system as the 1911. in original box. Make me a good offer and maybe these rare collectors pieces will be yours. Guns are in the Netherlands now.
  5. Batmause

    BST Works - Cylinder head

    From the album: BST Works

    It isn't custom made parts, they are mass-produced reinforcements for your TM SR-10 or for your JG BAR-10. It was made from stainless steel. We worked a lot to reach the current size because we want to do it compatible with any of VSR hopup rubber. The newest version is totally compatible with the o-ring grooved hopup rubbers, like Modify or NineBall. It has a soft, buffer to keep the piston quiet and make it more long-lasting.

    © Owned by BST Works and GBB Hungary

  6. From the album: BST Works

    It isn't custom made parts, they are mass-produced reinforcements for your TM SR-10 or for your JG BAR-10. Reinforced trigger guide made from a solid aluminium piece. The parts has black eloxated finish. Drop-in fit even with Zero Triggers. You can saw how it fit with our Zero Trigger.

    © Owned by BST Works and GBB Hungary

  7. Batmause

    BST Works - Zero Trigger

    From the album: BST Works

    It isn't custom made parts, they are mass-produced reinforcements for your TM SR-10 or for your JG BAR-10. The side panels were made from reinforced, alloyed aluminium. The pins were made from brezon which is really hard material. The other parts were made from ST-37 steel. You can adjust the trigger force - trigger lenght. The trigger move really smoothly. Basically we sold them with 5 years warranty.

    © Owned by BST Works and GBB Hungary

  8. From the album: BST Works

    It isn't custom made parts, they are mass-produced reinforcements for your TM SR-10 or for your JG BAR-10. The cylinder also was made from stainless steel. We polished it very well, looks like a mirror which reach smooth action. The end is welded, it won't fall out. We recommend to use it with our own parts for the best performance.

    © Owned by BST Works and GBB Hungary

  9. From the album: BST Works

    It isn't custom made parts, they are mass-produced reinforcements for your TM SR-10 or for your JG BAR-10. We produced the piston from three different material. The body was made from high strengt, alloyed aluminium. The back-part connected with glued screw-thead and it was made from high strenght stainless steel and at last, we placed "plastic" spacers on the piston to reach the really smooth movement in the cylinder. This parts tested and it won't be never worned, we haven't any replacement issue in the past (even after 10 year of use). We recommend to use it with our own parts for the best performance.

    © Owned by BST Works and GBB Hungary

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