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Feb 18

Practical AEG Upgrade 2016 Edition

Practical AEG Upgrade 2016 Edition Short for automatic electric gun, AEG is a type of battery powered air gun capable of full & semi auto firing. An electric motor inside the AEG rotates a series of gears sequentially to drive the piston, which in turn compresses the spring. When the spring is released, the piston …

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Jan 11

Photographic review of the 1911 GBB

These photos show the architecture of the 1911 GBB:      

Jan 11

Photographic review of the KA Vltor M4

PROS: Just as practical as any M4 Great styling Comfortable to hold High quality body CONS: Gearbox needs to be fine tuned These photos show the architecture of the KA Vltor M4:      

Jan 09

Photographic review of the Hephaestus AK GBB

These photos show the architecture of the Hephaestus AK GBB:         

Jan 09

Photographic review of a modified SVD sniper rifle

PROS: Unique styling Very accurate CONS: The entire mechanism needs to be fine tuned Very heavy The spring is not easy to pull These photos show the architecture of a modified SVD sniper rifle (springer):      

Jan 09

Photographic review of the TM MP5K AEG

PROS of the MP5K: Very easy to hold Suitable for high ROF upgrade CONS: Not so accurate due to short barrel out of the box Wiring is difficult since space is limited These photos show the installation of FET onto a modified TM MP5K:      

Jan 09

Photographic review of the Cybergun SG556 AEG

PROS: Good finishing Suitable for high FPS upgrade CONS: Not so easy to dissemble Gearbox must be fine tuned Wiring is difficult since space is tight These photos show the architecture of the Cybergun SG556:        

Jan 09

Photographic review of the older generation APS EBB M4

These photos show the architecture of the older generation APS EBB M4 gearbox:          

Jan 08

Stock weld

Stock weld is the point of firm contact between the cheek and the stock of the rifle. As an integral part of various positions, the stock weld should provide for a natural line of sight through the center of the rear sight aperture to the front sight post (and to the target). A proper stock …

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Jan 08

Basic Airsoft Rifle Marksmanship

Enemies are seldom visible except when assaulting. Combat fire should be directed at an area where the enemies have been detected (or where you suspect they are hiding). However, you must realize the difference between a real firearm and an airsoft replica. Most high power airsoft replicas can produce an effective shooting range of max …

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