As the Taiwanese wholesalers start to soon get their grubby mitts on the new WE M14 GBB, we begin to see lots of enticing videos starting to populate the interwebs. Here is a couple of new videos from the Taiwanese based manufacturer showing us a little of what we can expect from the blowback M14 GBB. Shipping date appears to be around end of June, start of July and retail is about $400USD. Initial production run is 200 units, so don’t miss out.
This article, Video of the WE M14 Gas Blowback [sechs on a stick], was originally published by Everything Airsoft. Copyright 2010
As previously reported, the WE M14 GBB rifle release gets closer and closer with Monda Int. supplying some more updates of what looks to be a very polished and close to release M14 GBB rifle.
The supplied image gallery (below) now show some of the markings and finer details of what is going to be a very popular release.
Monda engineers also give us another short but really sweet look at the blowback action in these teasingly short videos. The blowback action appears to be nice and crisp and the presence of a cool-down effect is conspicuously absent. Enjoy.
This article, WE M14 GBB Update, coming to you from the ‘It’s So Close I Can Taste It’ Dept., was originally published by Everything Airsoft. Copyright 2010
Monda International surprised us today with four videos of the new forth coming WE M14 Gas Blowback.
Monda International, in these agonisingly short videos, test fire the new WE M14 GBB and give us all a glimpse of what to expect.
We are definitely liking what we see and are itching to get these in our hands, but for now, enjoy the show.
Oh, and take notice of the EBR bits on the table in video four. James from WE hinted that an EBR was on the table at some stage, and it’s actually on the table, literally. Nice!
Just for good measure, I’ve included some pre-production prototype pics that somebody sent me but I have yet to publish. It’s so close I can smell it. Sniff.
This article, WE M14 Gas BlowBack Pre Production Prototype Test Fire, was originally published by Everything Airsoft. Copyright 2010
Our friends at God Armed Blog are reporting WETTI is to produce a new limited run of Black and Desert Tan MEU 1911s. But, you ask, the WETTI MEU has been out since the end of last year, what gives? Well, some of the complaints with the previous replicas have been that the authentically reproduced trademarks, some of the most accurate we’ve seen, were occasionally cut too shallow and didn’t do the pistol justice. The refreshed line has much more deeper engravings than the older generation and judging from the pictures, they look great.
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It’s no secret WE has been working on a new open bolt gas blowback system for it’s line of recent releases such as the KAC PDW and soon to be released M14. Today WE released more details on the upgrade kit including a short demonstration video of the KAC PDW featuring the upgrade.
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 the 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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