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Inokatsu Colt 1911 – Vietnam 1964

Aperçu sur le site d’Inokatsu cette affiche présentant un Colt 1911 avec la mention « Vietnam 1964″. Il s’agit donc probablement d’un teaser annonçant une autre édition de la nouvelle gamme de 1911 Inokatsu attendu pour cette année. A noter que l’on y aperçoit également un holster qui correspond également à la période de la Guerre du Vietnam, mais nous ne savons pas si il sera commercialisé. Pas plus d’infos pour le moment !


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WE Tech releases open bolt M16A1 VN GBBR

WE Tech today released in Taiwan, their open bolt gas blowback replica of the venerable M16A1 Vietnam era rifle complete with teardrop forward assist, non-tapered delta ring, three prong flash hider and 20rd type short magazine.

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Inokatsu Announces ‘Super Version’ M16VN and XM-177 GBB’s for 2010

Inokatsu has announced that for 2010 it will be adding to it’s ‘Super Version’ line a couple of Vietnam era gas blowback rifles. More specifically, they will be recreating the always popular XM-177 SMG Commando and the Vietnam era M16A1 rifle.

Judging from the promotional posters, attention has been paid to detail such as the non-tapered delta ring and the teardrop shaped forward assist on both models. The finish also appears to be artificially worn including the plastic furniture which adds to the look in spades. My only criticism is the designation of XM-177, the presence of the forward assist on the pics means it’s a XM-177E1.

Everybody seems to be jumping on the Vietnam era bandwagon at the moment with models coming from Viper, WETTI and G&P’s Bomber line but if the posters are any indication, I’d say Inokatsu has hit this one out of the park. 

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WETTI XM-177 Gas Blowback Prototype

Another prototype has risen from the bowels of WE Research and Development via arms-cool.net, the Vietnam era XM-177. I can’t tell from the angle if it has a forward assist so it may be the E1 model but certainly not theImage2 E2 as it’s a 10" barrel configuration.

Like the previous WE prototype articles, this XM-177 seems to be fairly accurate in its representation of the Vietnam era AR-15. Like my wishes for the WE M16A1 VN, I hope WE adopts the subtle design differences of the XM-177 by using a slim handguard and a non-tapered delta ring in the finished version. From the angle it’s unclear if WE will be using their new Open Bolt blowback system but it seems to be popping up in all the latest prototypes so I’d expect it. On with the pics.

 

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The WE Prototype Smorgasbord: M14, Sten Gun, Browning HP, M16 VN and AK-74U + others

My inbox is overflowing with alleged prototype pics of up and coming prototypes from WE. A little bitImage2 of investigation traced them back to the God Armed Blog. Take a stroll through the inner sanctums of WE Research and Development. These are presented in various stages of completeness, so expect to see partials and remember products shown may change in their final incantations. Enjoy.

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Sten Gun

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M14 GBB

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AK-74U

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M16A1 VN and M16A2

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Grease Gun

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What else can you spot on the WE wall of Wonderful? Maybe an L85, or a G36 maybe…

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What’s missing from the blowback system on the KAC PDW below and M14 above, give you a clue, brass. Is WE testing a new full cycle gas blowback system?

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Only time will tell what surfaces from WE Labs, only time will tell……

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