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My First thought. this gun rocks.
I can finally hold my own against the high-end brands and have a gun that I'm proud of. And forget about the modern warefare Hype, This gun has its worth beyond the game. Sure, so what if I paid for the brand "Magpul" name, but I think it's worth it.
"The original Magpul Masada design represents an amalgamation of several recent rifle designs, incorporating what is considered by its designers to be the best features of each in a single, lightweight, modular rifle platform. Design features from the Armalite AR-18 (short-stroke gas system), the FN SCAR (upper receiver, charging handle location), the Heckler & Koch G36/XM8 (liberal use of polymer components), the M16/AR-15 (trigger pack), and the M16 (barrel, fire control group) are clearly prevalent. The rifle also includes several features developed by Magpul, such as a quick-change barrel/trunnion system, adjustable gas regulator, non-reciprocating charging handle, and storage compartments located in the stock and grip. Just prior to the deal with Bushmaster, Magpul made additional changes to their design—the most obvious of these is the relocation of the ambidextrous operating handle to a forward position (somewhat similar to the Heckler & Koch G3 and Heckler & Koch MP5 series of weapons)" Sourced from Wikipedia.]]>Tue, 05 Jul 2011 17:06:04 +0200
This review is on KWA's KM4 RIS AEG. KWA is a leading manufacturer on professional training weapons for the private sector, which translates into high-end airsoft weapons for the Airsoft Community.]]>Tue, 05 Jul 2011 21:14:51 +0200
The Galil Mar AEG is the second replica coming from King Arms' factories that I have be given the chance to try out this year. My first test with their Colt M4 A1 was more than positive. This second test confirms that King Arms is definitely a quality brand you can trust.
The context : 20 players, a complex scenario based on roleplay elements and most of all an amazing (and playable) castle in the middle of the woods, plains and vineyards in Bordeaux. Just the perfect place to test my new acquisition.
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I thought I'd take a look at the Helikon Camogrom Soft Shell Jacket APCU (Advanced Protective Combat Uniform) Level V which is breathable, lightweight and also windproof.
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One thing most airsofters agree on is that Pyro's are fun, BIG FUN - usually the louder the better! But Pyro's are expensive and of course not re-usable!
One way of cutting down on the cost is to use Blank Firing Grenades, BFG’s. Re-usable, durable, but expensive to purchase but with the re-usability factor you can soon re-coup the outlay after several skirmishes. 12 gauge Blanks are LOUD and you'll know it if your caught in a small space, whilst the 9mm blanks are quieter but still give a good bang and can be used in smaller spaces without upsetting too many players! The trouble with these standard rounds is the cost per bang ratio! Obviously charges vary from place to place but 12g & 9mm blanks can cost!
Checkout the full review here: http://airsoftodyssey.blogspot.com/2011/05/bargain-bfg-blanks.html]]>Wed, 06 Jul 2011 10:50:22 +0200
?S-Thunder released a bunch of new Milsim Grenade Launchers? a couple of weeks ago. In 2010 we\'ve already had some fun playing with their first model, the AGL SB01. In your pocket as a second replica, it\'s a perfect mix of fun and efficiency (we still need to try this in CQBs). S-Thunder now produces 6 different types of grenade launchers.]]>Tue, 05 Jul 2011 23:46:24 +0200
Well packaged and compact the box is clearly marked with admittedly an unremarkable picture of the pistol, along with various teasers of promises held within, which did grab my attention. Now having been used to conventional GBB P226’s and M9’s etc I wasn’t really sure what to expect when I opened the box up for the first time with a CO2 powered model.
see the blog for more on this superb CO2 powered pistol:
http://airsoftodyssey.blogspot.com/2011/04/asg-cz75-p07-duty-review.html]]>Wed, 06 Jul 2011 14:21:52 +0200
Recientemente me ha llegado el silenciador de ICS QD para M4, la versión larga. Así que vamos a hacerle la review de turno.]]>Wed, 06 Jul 2011 21:49:29 +0200
One problem I've been looking for a solution to is the temptation to carry far more kit into the field than I physically need. Sometimes a tac-vest is just over-kill and far to warm in summer (remember this is 'airsoft'). What is needed is a smaller solution and this 'man bag' fits the bill just nicely.
Read more here: http://airsoftodyssey.blogspot.com/2010/10/helikon-camogrom-utility-pouch-review.html]]>Thu, 07 Jul 2011 09:47:13 +0200
The realisation of being in a fire fight and running out of ammo and trying to either reload a magazine in the field or fumbling around whatever pocket a magazine maybe stowed in soon shows up the need for a load carrying ability. After a few skirmishes you soon get tired of the previous scenario, so I soon found that one absolute essential for Airsofting was the ability to carry spare magazines into the field, along with BB’s and anything else which might take your fancy (spare battery for the AEG, torch, etc the list could be endless if you like everything but the kitchen sink).
Being on a tight budget, having blown most of the cash on my first AEG plus magazines and batteries, I opted for the cheapest ‘vest’ I could find and this came in the form of the Viper LA Special Forces Vest (Bulle also do one very similar in style)
read more here: http://airsoftodyssey.blogspot.com/2009/02/viper-la-special-forces-vest-review_10.html]]>Thu, 07 Jul 2011 10:03:39 +0200
Sat, 09 Jul 2011 13:06:49 +0200
The Fire Cam Mini HD Helmet Camera was created by a St. Louis firefighter. While it is made to with stand temperatures found in house fires, it is certainly durable enough to take the heat of any airsoft battle, from CQB to Field. ]]>Sun, 10 Jul 2011 20:05:08 +0200
Anyone looking for a nice USP Replica, should seriously consider investing in a KWA KP8. The KP8.45 and the KP8c are nearly identical, and having used both, I can guarantee you that the KP8.45 and the KP8c function exactly the same.
Over the course of a year and a half of using it, I put through it at least 1000+ rounds, countless mags and refills on green gas, and it currently works the same it did right out of the box.]]>Wed, 13 Jul 2011 17:46:23 +0200
Thu, 28 Jul 2011 13:40:42 +0200
Review du ‘SolidFox’ CAG Armor, première reproduction du CAGE Armor Châssis de Crye Precision.
Et en véritable MultiCam s’il vous plaît !
Je précise que je n\\\'ai jamais eu de PC donc la comparaison au niveau poids, emport, confort m\\\'est impossible ou bien approximative.
D\\\'avance, désolé pour les photos floues, elles ne semblaient pas l\\\'être sur l\\\'écran de l\\\'appareil.
Note: J\\\'ai retranscris cette review du forum www.multicam-inside.fr. Oui j\\\'en suis l\\\'auteur.
-Première chose : CAGE pour Crye Assault GEar
-Fabriqué par Crye Precision, et vendu pour près de 2000$ hors frais de port
-Pour résumer : Le CAGE Armor Châssis se veut révolutionnaire pour :
-Sa grande modularité notamment avec une utilisation conjointe de la Blast Belt du même constructeur
-Sa protection fournie qui se veut la plus complète possible ; Avant, arrière, latérale, pads épaules + autres ajouts possibles
-Son grand confort
-Une circulation plus aisée de la chaleur
Le CAGE Armor Châssis est la dernière version des châssis produits par Crye Precision, la vraie Gen 2
Données fabricants : http://tinyurl.com/6cuv5rq]]>Thu, 14 Jul 2011 16:19:15 +0200
La nouvelle Red Dot d’Element est en test. Un nouveau système de visée en forme de triangle débarque sur le marché international.]]>Mon, 18 Jul 2011 11:34:09 +0200
Tokyo Marui PX4
Length: 193mm / 7.6 inches
Weight: 834g / 1lb 13.4oz
Magazine Capacity: 25rds
FPS (0.20g): 295(Green), 225 (134a)
The latest offering from Tokyo Marui, the PX4 offers some new features to their GBB line. Built on a compact frame, it is a welcome addition to players familiar with gun types such as the M9, SIG 226, Hi-Capa 4.3, and USP Compact.]]>Sun, 17 Jul 2011 05:59:58 +0200
Just bought my first pair of Mechanix gloves, and choose the Originals, due to it simplicity and feel on the Hand.
After a few minutes wearing them, all I can say is: This is great. All the sthitching is perfect.
The velcros work very well, not being needed a lot of force to open them.
The Clarino Synthetic Leather palm and fingertips, are great to teh touch and are not prone to became a problem during its use. Also is of very good quality.
Another very good feature is the mesh that composes the remaining of the glove, wich is permeable enough in order to let the hands to breath and evaporate any heat.]]>Tue, 19 Jul 2011 00:31:13 +0200
The Mc-51 is actually a british gun (real steel), but is no longer in use in Her Majesty's Army
Today, there's two versions of it in airsoft : the Jing-Gong one, and the Marui one]]>Sat, 23 Jul 2011 02:50:03 +0200
This is a review for the version of the JG AUG A3 which I own, which is the 2010 model. I don't believe it has been upgraded too heavily from then to the newer model, but if it has been, well, you are shit out of luck. Understand? Fantastic, let's begin.
Just a side note before I begin. I do not try and waste your time with fancy and shiny things that have nothing to do with the gun. I tell it like it is. This will be consistent throughout my future reviews aswell. So if you want to know that a gun contains a steel part which was made in some special forge in the bowels of Mount Doom, or if you want pictures of every tiny part which looks strikingly similar to the same exact part on many other Airsoft replicas or has no significance to the big picture, then please move along. I'm not keen on wasting anybody's time (including my own.) Now, before we continue, take a moment to soak in the irony of this notice. I have just wasted your time alerting you that I will not waste your time. Did that anger you? Me too. That's exactly what I promise that I won't do in my reviews.]]>Tue, 19 Jul 2011 22:01:34 +0200