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    Airsoft (of course)<br />Pokemon (keep on rawkin')

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  • Airsoft Replicas Owned
    Currently Owned: Jing Gong Sig-552 Tokyo Marui Desert Eagle Black w/Guarder MBK ICS Mp5a5(old version) with E1 Mp5 gearbox (new version) Jing Gong Aug-A1 WE tech M9 Chrome TSD/DE M3 Super 90 (tri shot) Owned, but Not currently working Jing Gong Sig-550 Tokyo Marui Colt Python 6 inch Jing Gong/Cyma Ak-47 Classic Army M14 Scout Previously Owned: KWA m9 heavy Jing Gong B.A.R. 10 Jg M16a2 WE Tech Dragon Y&P M9 nbb Y&P Mk23 nbb D-boys M4 S-System BE-Tech SL8 BE-Tech Xm8
  1. Selling a Tokyo Marui Desert Eagle Gas Blowback pistol, with Guarder Full Metal upgrade kit (kit sells for 160$ alone) It Also had some other upgrades put into it including King Arms blowback springs and hammer spring. I think it has an upgraded nozzle in it too, but it's been too long for me to remember. Has been years since it has been fired, and I do not have the gas to test it. Last time I used it, it worked, but the slide catch has worn down and doesnt hold the slide back when on empty anymore. Has some wear on it from lots of use (was my favorite when I use to play, it was a beast) Has some strange chips on the underside of the barrel, I that I tried to include in the photos as best as I could, grips are also a bit sticky, may want to replace those. Would be best sold to someone who knows how to work on these, it is most likely going to be a project. Unless you're just looking for a badass replica, for that it works fine. Includes original magazine, and one spare TM brand magazine. (Orange tip is just tape, it will come right off) Asking 100$ + shipping Paypal or local deal only.
  2. Hi, I am selling an Airsoft m9 Gas blowback pistol from TSDairsoft. Has not been fired in years and I do not have the gas to operate it, so I cannot guarantee that it still works properly. It worked fine the last time I used it but that was a long time ago. Would be best if sold to someone who knows how to fix these, assume that it will need some work. Will include the stock magazine it comes with plus 3 extra magazines, and an accessory rail. I do not have the screws to mount the rail on it anymore, but it shouldnt be hard to find them at a hardware store. I don't know which brand the magazines are, but they are TM compatible aftermarket ones. The grips are basic ones, but not what it came with, and they are starting to fade a bit. This originally came with a threaded barrel and a mock silencer, but it just has a standard barrel now. Will ship with orange tip that will pop right off if you want it off. It is mostly plastic but has a very solid feel to it. Everything appears to function as it should (Safety, mag catch, slide catch, takedown lever) Asking 50$ OBO plus shipping. Paypal only unless local deal (San Diego, CA)
  3. Hi, I have an Airsoft WE Tech m9 pistol for sale. It has not been fired in years, and I do not have the gas to test it to see if it works. Would be best sold to someone who knows how to repair these if needed. It's a full metal, gas blowback pistol designed to use Green Gas or propane. Has a nice chrome finish. I added on a threaded barrel, a mock silencer attachment, and ergonomic grips. Safety, mag catch, slide lock, and take-down switch all work as they should. Last time I used it, it worked fine, but should be expected to need some work, Or maybe it's perfectly good, I don't know. Will be shipped with orange tip (it's tape, it'll tear right off) Asking 50$ plus shipping. Paypal only unless local (San Diego, CA area)
  4. Once someone shot me in the mouth, and my lips were closed just enough for the bb to through but not hurt the inside of my mouth, so I walked up to the guy who shot me after I called myself out, spit the bb out at his feet and said "I believe this is yours" It was hilarious Got a no scope kill, almost blind fire head shot with a BAR-10 at about 100ft. (just saw the person out of the corner of my eye) When I first started playing (many years ago) I lost my goggles and kept playing (cause I was super smart back then) and of course that time I got shot right in the face with one of those old Y&P Nbb m9s at close range. I was lucky enough that it missed my eye, but it was a bad enough welt to leave a permanent scar (a little bb sized dent) on my face to serve as a constant reminder. Once I had a JG m16, and I lost the rear body pin, so to keep playing I pushed a similarly sized branch into the pin hole. then at some point the branch snapped and the receiver flipped forward and emptied my magazine all over me. Once I was running at full speed and I tripped over a piece of random rock sticking out of the ground and slammed head first into a telephone pole, which had one of those metal jackets they sometimes put around the bottoms, and I landed on my JG sig 552. Back then I weighed about 200lbs and I could still run pretty fast, so there was a crazy amount of force on my head and my gun. The gun survived for the most part, got a crack or two in the stock, and I continued playing for the rest of the day. Everyone kept saying I should go home and make sure I didn't have a concussion, but I felt fine. We were playing a prisoner game where a team had to rescue a prisoner from us, and one of their snipers got dangerously close and took a shot at me, and somehow, according to the sniper, a gust of wind came out of nowhere and drove the round right into the prisoner's head. A couple of my games were decided over lightsaber duels. (when there were only two people left, one calls out duel, both set down their guns and draw a lightsaber, while at least one person judges) And my favorite... This is 100% true. A couple of friends and I were in our Canyon playing airsoft, and in between games, we saw two guys and a girl walk through the field, one of the guys was carrying a blanket, the other was carrying a camera tripod. The girl was just wearing a bikini. So naturally, a couple of my friends went to investigate with scoped rifles (I was nursing a wound at the time) and sure enough, they were filming an adult film in our field. I'm sure I have more, I just can't recall them at the moment
  5. Once someone shot me in the mouth, and my lips were closed just enough for the bb to through but not hurt the inside of my mouth, so I walked up to the guy who shot me after I called myself out, spit the bb out at his feet and said "I believe this is yours" It was hilarious Got a no scope kill, almost blind fire head shot with a BAR-10 at about 100ft. (just saw the person out of the corner of my eye) When I first started playing (many years ago) I lost my goggles and kept playing (cause I was super smart back then) and of course that time I got shot right in the face with one of those old Y&P Nbb m9s at close range. I was lucky enough that it missed my eye, but it was a bad enough welt to leave a permanent scar (a little bb sized dent) on my face to serve as a constant reminder. Once I had a JG m16, and I lost the rear body pin, so to keep playing I pushed a similarly sized branch into the pin hole. then at some point the branch snapped and the receiver flipped forward and emptied my magazine all over me. Once I was running at full speed and I tripped over a piece of random rock sticking out of the ground and slammed head first into a telephone pole, which had one of those metal jackets they sometimes put around the bottoms, and I landed on my JG sig 552. Back then I weighed about 200lbs and I could still run pretty fast, so there was a crazy amount of force on my head and my gun. The gun survived for the most part, got a crack or two in the stock, and I continued playing for the rest of the day. Everyone kept saying I should go home and make sure I didn't have a concussion, but I felt fine. We were playing a prisoner game where a team had to rescue a prisoner from us, and one of their snipers got dangerously close and took a shot at me, and somehow, according to the sniper, a gust of wind came out of nowhere and drove the round right into the prisoner's head. And my favorite... This is 100% true. A couple of friends and I were in our Canyon playing airsoft, and in between games, we saw two guys and a girl walk through the field, one of the guys was carrying a blanket, the other was carrying a camera tripod. The girl was just wearing a bikini. So naturally, a couple of my friends went to investigate with scoped rifles (I was nursing a wound at the time) and sure enough, they were filming an adult film in our field. I'm sure I have more, I just can't recall them at the moment
  6. I love how if someone just made a thread about dual wielding pistols, people would likely provide positive feedback, but since this guy mentioned Akimbo, it turned into bash-fest. Dual wielding GBB pistols is very fun, and not too impractical, since pistols are easy to aim with one hand. I've done it, it is fun, not the easiest way to get kills, but it can be made to work. But I do agree that we should keep COD and Airsoft separate. Codsofters are even worse than Paintsofters
  7. I have heard nothing but bad about that 226, but, if you can get over it being clear, that S&W sigma is actually a good pistol. usually retails for 80$ +, Kapowwe has a great deal on that.
  8. I have heard that the TSD M9s are really good if you are okay with plastic externals (I have one on the way actually) and if Socom Gear is indeed a rebrand of the WE design, I do not recommend it, it has a proprietary hop up/barrel system, and that system doesn't work too well. I actually bought that TSD m9 to use it's barrel in my shiny WE. (and for finger groove grips and threaded barrel)
  9. http://shop.ehobbyasia.com/guarder-aluminu...k-gray-p-b.html Be prepared to do some modifications for it to fit. And it's guarder, not TM, TM doesn't make metal slides. Guarder is the cheapest kit unless you want to buy another pistol. Why get an M9X and put metal on it when you can just get a KJW full metal m9 for 30-50$ more?
  10. http://shop.ehobbyasia.com/ksc-metal-slide...l-for-m945.html http://store.kwausa.com/partsm945slidealum-1.aspx http://store.kwausa.com/partsm945slidealum.aspx Probably still a better idea to get the Cz, the M945 is an outdated design, and mags only hold 15 rounds.
  11. I wouldn't recommend either of them. The WE m9 is decent at BEST. The hop up system is terrible and proprietary. On top of that, the hop up can easily break giving your pistol about 50ft of effective range.
  12. It should. The KJW m9 is marui compatible so any upgrades for the marui should fit with little or no problems.
  13. I feel that people knowing what to expect before buying this pistol is more important than following the new review guidelines for this website, especially because the new system is ######, and this is becoming a popular choice for New airsoft players, and this pistol could potentially make new players hate airsoft. WE M9 Silver/Chrome Standard length Review I received the M9 as a christmas gift (from a very sweet girl). It was ordered from Airsoftgi and cost about 120$. First Impressions: Shiny! *drools a little* It is contained in a black box which has a picture of the black m9's that WE offers (both long and standard slides). The inside has styrafoam cutouts, covered with black fabric. Unlike most airsoft guns, my M9 did not include a pack of bbs. No biggie though. Upon picking the pistol up I found that it feels as good as it looks, weighing just about as much as a real beretta (about 2.5lbs right?) Externals: Oh where to start, it is just a beautiful pistol. Aside from the few tiny blemishes in the finish, it looks just as good as TM chrome finishing. But it is metal. Barrel: Wiggles quite a bit, the outer barrel can move back and fourth a bit less than a centimeter. Annoying, but overall not that big of a deal. The front section of the barrel has fake rifling, which looks pretty nice. But where it abruptly stops and the inner barrel starts, it looks a tad on the unrealistic side. But hey, what can you do? Front sight: Had a red dot! Looks awesome. Rear sight: Is nothing special The trigger, mag catch, hammer, safety, and take down lever are all a slightly differently colored metal. But it is a barely noticeable difference. Grips: Aw so close to awesome! They feel great and have a great rubberized finish. But WE just had to put their markings on the grips. It has the WE logo and says "Military Spec Combat Pistol" T_T Slide: Prettiful, and quite lightweight, may be made of aluminum. Frame: Also beautiful. except for that on the right side of the gun, instead of having a trigger pin that goes all of the way through like a real Beretta or a more realistic model like a KWA, it has the other side of the trigger pin as a circle engraved into the body. Probably Marui's fault since this is a clone of their design. Magazine: Just as beautiful as the rest of the gun, and repeated removing and slamming into the mag well has not damaged the finish, or anything on the magazine at all. But unfortunately it has a huge WE logo stamped onto the bottom of the magazine. Internals/Function: Well sadly the internal components are not finished as well as the externals, but you don't need to be pretty to work well. Everything about it inside is pretty standard except it has a silent fill valve, which is nice. Also, it's hammer spring is a little on the weak side. (but then again I am use to the KA 170% one in my Desert Eagle). Now I have heard that this pistol has fixed hopup, but that is not true. However it's hopup is very strange and archaic to adjust. To adjust it, you have to remove the outer barrel from the chamber and inner barrel. Under the outer barrel is a brass flathead grub screw. Tighten that to turn the hopup up. Now the bucking is very odd. Its basically a small green oval peice of rubber attatched to a hole in the top of the barrel, I am relatively certain that this is the older outdated Marui M9 design, which is not a very good design, more why later though. The inner barrel seems to wobble around a bit inside the chamber, but more on that later too. Performance: Accuracy, is strange. The hopup system is problematic, some of the shots were dead on, some flew directly up after about 70 ft. On a lighter note, the m9 cycles very smoothly and fast, and the slide lock works flawlessly (always a plus) Efficiency on this model is a bit iffy, but I have never not been able to complete a magazine. Now it is iffy, because once, I was able to pull of a full 50 shots before the magazine ran out (would still lock back after 45) Most of the time it fires about 28-30ish though. Problems: Okay, so remember that strange hop up system? Well the bucking that is attatched to the barrel seems to not be a very good rubber, because on mine, the part that contacts the bb, broke off and dissapeared. (likely shot out of the barrel) So now my gun has no hop up, hopefully I can do my own modifications to make it work. I have no idea why WE would use this design instead of the current Marui m9 design that uses a different barrel (you can't buy the older style barrels, chambers, or buckings seperately) so they made the entire barrel assembly proprietary basically. Also, even while the hop up was in tact, it would unadjust itself after a few shots. Also, the inconsistency with accuracy was partially due to the barrel wobbling around in the chamber, after securing the barrel in place with plumbers tape (before my bucking dissapeared) the gun very consistently, overhopped every bb. T_T. When the gun first arrived, it took a ridiculous amount of force to engage the safety, which may be why I have heard that some people have broken their safety switches. But if you dissasemble the switch and sand down the peice of metal that catches onto the notches in the slide, it will work fine. Also for some reason it has a notch for full auto fire selection (no, it does not fire full auto though) Conclusion: Unless you absolutely need a full metal silver m9 with a brilliant finish, I would steer clear of this pistol. And even if you NEED a nice silver m9, do not consider buying it unless you know your way around a gas pistol. Am I happy with my gun? Yes I am, despite it's issues it is a very aesthetically pleasing pistol, probably the most beautiful full metal m9 on the market. But be prepared to tinker around with it a lot for it to be skirmishable past 50ft. or so.
  14. I like it. And I hate SCARs So that's saying somthing.
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