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Some links for the Tanaka

 

http://buyee.jp/item/yahoo/auction/d274943602

 

http://www.redwolfairsoft.com/redwolf/airsoft/Gas_Blow_Back_Pistols_Tanaka_Tanaka_Browning_Hi_Power_MK_III_Stainless.htm

 

https://global.rakuten.com/en/store/sanko-shop/item/10018466/

 

http://www.dentrinityshop.com/pr_details.jsp?pid=19178

 

A friend of mine re-built a KWA mini uzi GBB into a full size out of RS parts looks spectacular!! If it is legal and you’re up for it it’s the best option imo

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Shot the H&K UMP, felt like shooting a 70m paintball gun.  When the rounds hit the ground they make a thudding sound, strange compared with every other supersonic cartridge out there.

 

Never shot the UZI or MP5, but one day :)

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Some links for the Tanaka

 

http://buyee.jp/item/yahoo/auction/d274943602

 

 

A friend of mine re-built a KWA mini uzi GBB into a full size out of RS parts looks spectacular!! If it is legal and you’re up for it it’s the best option imo

Heads up, Buyee won't ship airsoft internationally. Also, do you mean KWC? I don't think KWA ever made an UZI.

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Heads up, Buyee won't ship airsoft internationally. Also, do you mean KWC? I don't think KWA ever made an UZI.

I have bought lots of stuff (guns and accessories) through buyee but it is a minefield and last time a package was seized and I had it shipped through a friends friend in Japan. Unless they just recently changed their terms it is possible but expensive and risky. So a big warning sign is warranted

 

I guess you’re right just that he said KWA but he must’ve meant KWC. Here it is next to his CZ-61 project

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I have bought lots of stuff (guns and accessories) through buyee but it is a minefield and last time a package was seized and I had it shipped through a friends friend in Japan. Unless they just recently changed their terms it is possible but expensive and risky. So a big warning sign is warranted

 

I'm surprised, they've got air guns and gas guns listed as being prohibited for purchase. Generally, AEG's are alright. I usually try to have gas guns disassembled, especially if they're metal.

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Been looking around for a few weeks and haven't found one. Can buy a real one, but future EU laws will outlaw it in a few years, so also not an option. Any TM or Marushin airsoft UZI, in working or non-working condition, al long as the outside looks fine, I'm interested! Same for the Tanaka Hi-Power.

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You can get from Julien at Impsulse101, although the Uzi will be second hand.

 

http://impulse101.jp/en/ta-gbb10-1601

 

I have no idea what a Canadian model is though.

 

Do not worry about the power level or guts too much (the internal design is pretty weird, definitely look it up), all going well I'll have a Polarstar conversion kit sorted out some time before October (waiting on a permit, then need to order it, have it delievered, get through customs, take measurements, pick a Polarstar, order that, wait some more, make the kit, upload the files to Thingiverse)

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You can get from Julien at Impsulse101, although the Uzi will be second hand.

 

http://impulse101.jp/en/ta-gbb10-1601

 

I have no idea what a Canadian model is though.

 

Do not worry about the power level or guts too much (the internal design is pretty weird, definitely look it up), all going well I'll have a Polarstar conversion kit sorted out some time before October (waiting on a permit, then need to order it, have it delievered, get through customs, take measurements, pick a Polarstar, order that, wait some more, make the kit, upload the files to Thingiverse)

The Canadian model is an example of the Inglis version produced in Canada during WW II and issued across the Commonwealth for decades afterwards. It has the fixed rear sight, lanyard ring and the round hammer. The airsoft version has the Inglis badge inscribed on the grip but the actual one had a decal .

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The Canadian model is an example of the Inglis version produced in Canada during WW II and issued across the Commonwealth for decades afterwards. It has the fixed rear sight, lanyard ring and the round hammer. The airsoft version has the Inglis badge inscribed on the grip but the actual one had a decal .

309002d1329659833-inglis-mk-i-hi-power-r

 

reproduction decals available, perhaps   https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/inglis-high-power-bren-gun-lend-lease-537988452

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That UZI looks great! Looks like the real one

 

Er, yeah.  What did you think a real UZI BOdy with airsoft internals would look like?  Its kind of the whole point, wish this was UK Legal.

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Got my Tanaka M1935. It is absolutely beautiful. It's a display piece, really. Although the Tanaka fake wood plastic grips look ok, I fitted mine with real wood grips. It really makes a difference. I'll post a pic when I can. Now just find that Mk.III and Uzi :)

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