Jia Dyi have been taking a closer look at a selection of World War II weapons:
Honorable clients, Each collector or player have their own preferred style or model. And if you are a collector of old guns, then you must not miss the few guns that will be introduced today, they all played an important role in World War II!
King Arms – M1 Carbine
The M1 Carbine is a light weight, easy to use, .30 caliber (7.6mm) semi-auto carbine that was a firearm for the U.S. military during World War II. Developed out of a need to arm specialized infantry, its design was to solve an issue where a standard full-size rifle proved to be too heavy and unwieldy for specialized infantry to adequately perform their assigned duty while still lugging around a heavy backup weapon. The M1 Carbine with is .30 cartridge helps to bridge the gap between a full-size rifle round and pistol round. It came into service around mid-1942, and was produced in several variants and widely used by military, paramilitary and police forces around the world. It has also been a popular civilian firearm.
The King Arms M1 replica is a beautiful reproduction of this classic firearm, use quality fabric and perfect 1:1 scale to meet the collectors and reenactor exigence. The rifle has a very realistic processing of wooden stock, metal parts and cocking mechanism which helps achieve a more realistic weight, with a Co2 powered gas recoil system helps to imitate the bolt cycling action.
Thanks to the implementation of GBB airsoft replica credibly mimic the function of charging after every shot, as is the case with the firearm. It is this well with a nice kickback gives owners great feeling of shooting, and is equipped with latest pre-shot action for better accuracy.
SRC – SR40
The MP40 submachine gun is designed in 1938, designed by Heinrich Voller with inspiration from its predecessor the MP38 and was used extensively by the Axis powers during World War II. The MP40 is made from stamped steel and designed to fire from an open bolt, it was compact lightweight, easy to use and could spit 9x19mm rounds down range at a blistering 550 rounds per minute. With over 1.1 million produced between 1940 and 1945, the MP40 became easily associated with the field grey clad Wehrmacht.
The SRC SR40 is one of the most realistic MP40 replicas on the market today. Bult from durable and authentic stamped steel, features electric blowback, imitation Bakelite furniture, an under folding stock and a drop free 60 rounds magazine.
SRC SR40 AEG has been around now for a few years but it has been improved from its original concept with fitted MOSFET giving better trigger contact wear and more stable voltage protection for the full auto only function.
ICS – M3 Greaser
The M3 is a .45 caliber submachine gun mass-produced during World War II, it was chambered for the same ACP round fired by the Thompson submachine gun, it was less accurate but lighter and cheaper to produce. The M3 was commonly referred to as the “Grease Gun” or simply “the Greaser”, owing to its visual similarity to the mechanic’s tool.
The ICS M3 replica only shoots full-auto and is built entirely of stamped and riveted metal just like the real gun. It is lightweight, easily maneuverable, and very reliable. Measuring only about 29 inches fully extend, designed for both indoor and outdoor battles thanks to its fully adjustable hop-up unit and 2 position retractable steel stock.
Internally, this grease gun AEG features a proprietary metal gearbox equipped with a steel gear set and 8mm steel bushings designed to hold up against stress from high torque motor. That gives you a high-performance AEG on the field with respectable rate of fire behind ever shot. Additionally, it comes with a high-capacity magazine that can hold up to 430 rounds and a battery storage compartment inside the body (not the magazine). All matched up perfectly to give this WWII-style airsoft gun a great competitive edge.
WE – 1911
The classic M1911, also known as the Colt 1911, is the best-known of John Browning’s design to use the short recoil principle in its basic design. It served as the standard-issue sidearm for the United States Armed Forces from 1911 to 1985 and was widely used in WWI, WWII and few others. Besides being widely copied itself, this operating system rose to become the pre-eminent type of the 20th century and of nearly all modern centerfire pistols.
WE’s expansive line of gas blowback pistols are always a popular choice for airsoft players for their price, features and reliable. WE’s version of the classic M1911 design expands and improves on the original idea by offering more bang for the buck.
The M1911 replica from WE is full metal body, semi-auto and with hard kick blowback. The metal parts of the gun include the outer barrel, chamber, recoil spring rod, slide stop, slide safety, hammer, trigger and also its vintage sleek matte chrome finish with its classic brown checkered grips. Equipped with a functional grip safety and slide safety to make its operation safe for all shooters. Moving slide and strong gas blowback system gives the user a very realistic experience. On the other side, WE provided quality parts that ensure long time usage and precision of each shot.
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