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ASG Scorpion EVO 3 A1

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I am still a bit skeptical as to what makes this so revolutionary aside from the 'parts are made in the same place / style as the real one' which I agree is good but don't Real Sword guns also have that claim?

 

If this thing turns out even half as good as a RealSword it'll be absolutely brilliant, there's no two ways about it!

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Nice video, I wonder if the trigger travel/response is the same or similar to a PTW like gun, if it is, congratulations to them.

 

What I dont understand very well is how the hop chamber works... do you need to turn the small wheel protuding from the chamber? or is it a non finished chamber yet? I dont think it will be easy to manipulate  while using gloves...

 

Well, they brought my interest back and will look for news about it when the IWA 2014 starts

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We wont be getting one until IWA or actual user reviews :lol:

 

EDIT: I would like to know more about the mags, price, how manny rounds they hold, will they bundle the gun with a hicap or a midcap? questions questions...

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75 rounds is what the mags will hold... or just about, Hicap style mags does NOT work well with the "bolt" switch at the back to shut down the gun...price is still to be determined. 

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Does it come with a neodymium motor?

What about the internals, how much do we need to change? I take it it's still gears, motor, piston, pistonhead and cylinderhead minimum.

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I doubt it uses such a motor, only ACM guns feature that kind of motors to compress their springs XD 

 

Now, seriously, I dont think we should replace anything besides the connectors, bucking and barrel. it should be able to run reliably with m100 springs, if it cant, well, it is not worth the high investment in the first place

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I was thinking in regards to normal m120/m130 spring.

 

There's a decent chance of a neodymium motor due to the AS MOSFET in it; it requires (or recommends) a neodymium motor for the braking to work. Assuming it has braking.

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