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SB 798 Passed In California Senate. Goes To Assembly Vote

SOS On California SB 798

Dr. Airsoft reported that SB 798 has passed in the California Senate 21-16. This means that it has passed the hurdle and goes into the Assembly for a vote. It goes closer to becoming an official amendment to the Penalty Code which will make it mandatory for replica firearms to be featuring bright or translucent colors, and violations thereof would result into severe penalties.

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The Ghost Cam Is Finally Here. Boo!

Blücher Systems Ghost Poncho

BBHead, one of our readers, gave us a heads up at a recent story posted at Defense Review. The article did catch our interest and we dug more to find out about the company behind this.

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New Records For IWA & Outdoor Classics 2011

IWA & Outdoor Classics Report

We weren’t able to attend this year’s IWA & Outdoor Classics 2011, which is the largest shooting sports and outdoors trade exhibit outside of the USA. Airsoft is now a regular mainstay at the IWA & Outdoor Classics and more airsoft exhibitors were there to present their wares and work on potential partnerships such as licensing, sales, and development.

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This Robot Might Work For You If You Make It Happen

Paintball Robot

Word has been going around the interwebs about this Paintball Robot project by a professional photographer, RC enthusiast, and paintball player. He wants to build it to for it to be used in paintball scenarios, and can be quite easily adapted to airsoft use too. However, he wants to go beyond that, looking into potential military and life-saving applications.

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Tokyo Marui Celebrates 20 Years Of The AEG

TM SCAR-L Movier 01

The Airsoft Automatic Electric Gun (AEG) that was developed by Tokyo Marui is now 20 years old. First introduced in 1991, it enabled airsoft players to untether themselves from the Classic Airsoft guns where the gas powered airsoft guns were connected via hose to gas tanks. It was such trouble to have your backpack’s space to accommodate a tank, leaving a small room for everything else., or having an extra load when you just need s a fighting load for short games.

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Documentary: "Hell And Back Again" By Danfung Dennis

Hell and Back Again

We had a preview of badass rabbits in “Cat Shit One” a week ago. Now, it’s time to get back to the real world where men fight battles in a far-away land and come back home with scars, physically and mentally. Danfung Dennis’ “Hell and Back Again” is a gut-wrenching film documentary, showing the real human side of the war.

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Two KRISS Super V Vector SMGs For Airsoft?

KRISS Super V Vector Model

Or not? We’re not sure yet as we’ll have to verify if it will happen. So far there’s only one confirmed thing: that KWA will manufacture the KRISS Super V Vector .45 ACP (and perhaps the other .45 variants such as the CBR and SBR models) in gas blowback form. What we also hear is that an AEG version is also planned for those who prefer an AEG. With whatever power source, we're finally glad that the KRISS will  be released for the airsoft market.

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