Monthly Archives: October 2010

SOCOM Gear Noveske N4 7" RAS AEG

SOCOM Gear Noveske N4 7" RAS

It is now available to those waiting for something like this to come out. Just check the SOCOM Gear page for more information… “The SOCOM Gear Full Metal M4 Noveske 7in AEG is an excellent high end CQB AEG. The body and barrel are made from aluminum. The pistol grip is thinner to emulate a real gun’s pistol grip. The battery and wires are cleverly hidden in the adjustable crane stock. The Noveske 7n free float rail system is also made from aluminum and provides a lightweight but sturdy platform for mounting accessories like vertical grips and flashlights. The charging handle, bolt catch/release, function just like the real thing. The officially licensed Noveske KX3 flash hider add a nice flush look to the front of the AEG.

Specifications:

  • Muzzle Velocity: 340-360FPS
  • Magazine Capacity: 118 rounds
  • Package Includes: gun, magazine, kx3 flash hider
  • Battery and charger are not included

Features:

  • Deep trademark stamping
  • Aluminum Construction
  • Officially Licensed
  • Functional Charging Handle
  • Functional Bolt Catch
  • Thin Pistol Grip
  • Crane Stock
  • One Piece Hop Up”

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Czech ZB26 Light Machine Gun

Czech ZB26 Prototype 01

RedWolf Airsoft have posted photos of a prototype or a pre-production version of the Czech ZB26 light machine gun. While it can be considered already a period gun since it was first put into service in 1928, the ZB26 has seen various action in major conflicts from World War II up to the Vietnam War and can still be in the arsenal of former Warsaw Pact and communist countries. This is one of the discussed period guns that airsoft players and collectors would look forward to having an airsoft version. And one company is about to answer their prayers. Now what company? It could be ARES Airsoft, SHOEI, or even SRC, as they are known to have produced period guns. But RedWolf Airsoft would like to leave you guessing for now.

More photos below:

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G&P M7A1-T

G&P nous présente une énième déclinaison d’inspiration M7A1, basée sur un corps métal type Troy (MUR) ainsi qu’un front set M7A1-T qui devrait être rapidement disponible en spare. Pour le reste, toujours du classique pour cette gamme : cache flammes Skull Frog, organes de visée repliables type Troy BUIS, grip Stubby Raider et buttstock. Pas d’infos sur le prix ou la date de mise sur le marché.






G&P M7A1-T (Fiche)
Magazine Capacity: 130
Length: 640mm / 720mm
Weight: 2900g
Built Material: Metal & ABS
Inner Barrel Length: 200mm
Gearbox: 8mm Bearing Gearbox
Motor: G&P M120 Hi-Speed
Battery: Advise using 7.2v or 8.4v Battery
Included:
-Troy Type Metal Body (MUR) (GP879)
-M7A1-T Front Set
-CQB Flashider (Skull Frog) (Clockwise) (GP870C)
-M16 Magazine (130rds) (GP094)
-TD M16 Grip with Heat Sink End Set (Black) (GP711B)
-Stubby Raider Foregrip (Black) (GP887B)
-AEG Mod Buttstock (Black) (GP915B)
-M4 Trigger Guard (CNC Process) (GP836)
-Troy Style BUIS Set (A) (GP898)
-Extended Stock Dual Sling Mount (GP878)
-RAS Slim Rail Cover (Black) (GP413)
-Manual

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Latest videos from our YouTube subscriptions: October 29, 2010

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SocomGear: Noveske licensed N4 AEG

Socom Gear have launched their licensed N4 as a complete AEG, here’s the details:

Gents, The new design Noveske N4 7” RAS AEG available now. Highest quality AEG you can find in the market. Made in Taiwan

Noveske licensed N4 AEG

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  • Metal body
  • Deep logo engraving
  • FREE KX3 comp
  • Function Bolt release
  • Crane Stock

Check socomgear.com for details. (Socom Gear)

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Guccicam Challenger: The A-TACS

A-TACS 01

Getting tired of wearing guccicam, er, the Multicam pattern for your loadout? If you’re the geardo fashionista, chances are, you are looking for the latest tactical fashion for you to be different at the airsoft skirmish site. Especially if you’ve got money to burn, and want the latest, best and baddest camo pattern, then you might want to look into the Advanced Tactical Concealment System, or known as A-TACs.

Press announcements was made by Digital Concealment Systems (DCS), the owner of the A-TACS pattern, over year ago about this pattern and first revealed publicly during the Shot Show 2010. A-Tacs aims to replace existing digital patterns which have flaws, with the the ACU, CADPAT, MARPAT, and other patterns that take inspiration from these, being its targets. The Multicam might be another thing, since it’s not a “digital” pattern.

The flaws mentioned by DCS are that due to pixelated prints on these patterns, the angles are 90 degrees and do not actually absorb the shapes in the environment, which have more angles giving them a more solid colour, rather achieving some blending in the background, which defeats the purpose of stealth. DCS designed A-TACs to answer the issues of digital patterns in three ways:

1. Replace un-natural square pixels with organic pixels. Utilizing our patented process, we created a palette of natural colors digitally sampled from real-world elements in carefully controlled lighting. The pattern is then created using a mathematical algorithm that writes “organically-shaped” pixels using the specific color information given. The resulting pattern while still digital, is far more organic in appearance.

2. Use small patterns to create larger more distinct shapes designed to work at a distance. Small shapes create larger shapes and larger shapes are organized into a distinct pattern with no horizontal or vertical orientation. This unique ‘pattern within a pattern’ concept allows A-TACS® to effectively break the human outline at great distances thereby, minimizing the ‘blobbing’ effect of other patterns when viewed from a distance.

3. More effective use of color-range produces a better concealment system. A-TACS® is created using a far greater range of inter-mingled natural colors than was previously possible. The overall base color for the cast is a neutral tan which is designed for use in open, rocky or arid environments.”

There are still few photos of the A-TACS in action, apart from the photos found at the A-TACS website. Third party photos of the pattern were taken during trade shows, which are not exactly places to test camouflage patterns. So for now, it’s really hard to make a judgement on how effective the pattern is, especially with the Multicam now becoming even more widely adopted in two of the most famous armed forces, the British (with their MTP) and the US (which is rushing to equip troops in Afghanistan with the multicam). Among airsoft players, the Multicam is still the most preferred camo, apart from those who always prefer their nation’s official uniform camo patterns.

One thing’s for sure. A-TACS is also a good-looking pattern as it looks a more refined pattern as compared to the jagged patterns of existing digital camos.

A-TACS is now available in Nylon Cordura for those looking into using it for their gear, such as vests, slings, holsters, and the like. The Cordura weights will be the usual the 330D, 550D and 1,000D. Moreso, DCS have also partnered with TWN Industries to allow the use of the A-TACS for water transfer film so you can dress up your guns and other gadgets with the camo pattern.

The debate is now on whether A-TACS would give Multicam a run for its money. Some online forums are discussing this but it seems that Multicam is very much preferred. But then, nothing will end the debate until a more authoritative side-by-side comparison of both patterns is done. So we’re still holding judgement on this one.

But expect the airsoft market to be first in adopting this pattern for field use, especially that they can rely on some suppliers coming from the Far East willing to serve the airsoft market if they see there’s some demand forming.

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SRC: Photo du G36 GBB

Nos collègues taiwanais viennent de publier des photos (légèrement marquées) du G36 gaz blowback en préparation du côté de SRC, qui viendra prochainement concurrencer celui de WE. Les côtes sont fidèles au rs selon le fabricant, et en témoigne les comparaisons avec le G36 AEG de la même marque. Par contre toujours pas d’informations sur le prix ou la date de sortie.






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