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Umarex Morph 3X BB Gun Field Test Shooting Review

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I usually do my Table Top Video Review first but in this case I decided to pump out my Field Test Shooting video ahead of it. So if you're looking for more detailed specifications then just wait a bit till I get my Table Top Review out. What you really need to know about the Umarex Morph 3X CO2 BB Gun is that it's a CO2 4.5mm BB Gun with a 30 round internal magazine sporting multiple configurations as the stock, barrel and forward stock are all removable so it can be a pistol or a rifle and many variations in-between, even more than 3X of them.

The US version of the Morph 3X CO2 BB Gun when installing the rifled barrel (Which is not rifled buy the way), will shoot faster than when the Morph 3X CO2 BB Gun is in pistol version since the add on barrel adds a lot of additional barrel length to the airgun. The Canadian version which I am testing does come with the extension rifle barrel but it is only for show as the inside is missing the 4.5mm inner barrel. This is because our Canadian import laws for uncontrolled firearms would not allow the rifle version of the Morph 3X CO2 BB Gun here in Canada as it would potentially shoot with too much fps (around 600 fps) and foot pounds of energy for our Canadian non regulated gun laws. As it stand the Canadian version of the Morph 3X CO2 BB Gun has an fps rating of 480 fps in both pistol and rifle configurations.

All that aside how did the Morph 3X CO2 BB Gun do during my testing? Awesome to be precise! It actually averaged a 5 shot Chronograph Velocity Test of 498 fps even in pistol configuration which is very impressive for a CO 2 BB gun. I also was able to get the majority of my 10 shots on a paper target positioned 30 feet away from me using a rested seated position within about 3/4 of an inch. I even played around a bit with holding the Morph 3X CO2 BB Gun out in front like a pistol and tight to my shoulder using the rear stock.

It's kind of too bad we don't have the inner rifled version here in Canada as even at 600 fps we are just under 4.2 foot pound Canadian limit but trying to explain that this is still OK to our CBSA border guards is just a little too much for them to process :) Even without the inner barrel the Morph 3X CO2 BB Gun is a really great and super versitile airgun with lots of power and just as good accuracy!

 
Categories: 4.5mm / .177 cal, BB, CO2, Field Test, Modification, Pistol, Review, Rifle, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: Umarex, Morph 3X

ANT Advanced Novelty Tech FIRE CO2 HPA Conversion Kit Review

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I reviewed the Original ANT (Advanced Novelty Tech) CO2 HPA Conversion Kit last year and did both a Table Top Review and Field Test Shooting Review, so make sure to check out my video reviews for the Original ANT Advanced Novelty Tech CO2 HPA Conversion Kit.

Well ANT (Advanced Novelty Tech) made an update model that supports a bunch more guns, that's a good thing of course. This new model is called the "FIRE" and it supports the following guns. I did find however that ANT list that the Gletcher NGT and Webley Mark VI Revolvers where supported by the FIRE but my findings indicated the CO2 screw on both these guns had a smaller diameter so they where not compatible. Other than that small discrepancy most of the other guns on their list should work just fine.

What exactly is the ANT Advanced Novelty Tech FIRE CO2 HPA Conversion Kit?

The Advanced Novelty Tech FIRE CO2/HPA Conversion Kit is a remote line adapter for Airsoft, BB, and pellet guns. Compatible with over 60 guns, it is easy to install and converts a compatible gun for use with a Paintball remote line and CO2 or HPA tank. Eliminating the need for disposable CO2 cartridges, while still being interchangeable with disposable CO2 cartridges, it delivers a longer, more powerful, and more consistent shooting experience between refills.

So what is the ANT Advanced Novelty Tech FIRE CO2 HPA Conversion Kit going to do for you?

  • Eliminate the need for the more expensive disposable 12 gram CO2 cartridges.
  • Use interchangeably with disposable 12 gram CO2 cartridges.
  • Use in conjunction with a Paintball remote line with standard quick disconnect fittings and a CO2 or HPA tank. (recommended use up to 1000 psi)
  • Shoot thousands of rounds before needing to refill your CO2.
  • Fits compatible Airsoft, BB, and pellet gun CO2 pistols.
  • Easy drop-in installation.
  • Overall cost savings.
  • More consistent FPS especially when shooting fast or in full auto.
  • Longer play time :)

I will be doing a Field Test Shooting Review for the ANT Advanced Novelty Tech FIRE CO2 HPA Conversion Kit but based on my experience with the Original ANT CO2 HPA Conversion Kit I expect it to work as advertised.

Categories: 4.5mm / .177 cal, 6mm, Accessory, Airsoft, BB, Bulk Air, CO2, Modification, Paintball, Pellet, Pistol, Review, YouTube Video Tags: ANT, ANT FIRE, Advanced Novelty Tech

Mike's Personal Guns for Sale - BB Rifles

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I am showcasing here on the Replica Airguns website and over on the Replica Airguns YouTube channel a series of videos I am making for the purpose of selling some guns out of my personal collection. I simply have no more room for the new guns and in some cases I either have duplicate guns or very similar versions so there is no need to have both. Some guns I am less attached to and as I already stated I need to make room for some of the new stuff I will be reviewing and or buying for myself.

In this third Mike's Personal Guns For Sale video I am offering four BB rifles, three of which have full auto or at least burst mode ability and the fourth BB rifles is more of a Shotguns with the ability to shoot three BB's at once. Most of these BB rifles are really hard to get here in Canada now since one is not made anymore and the two are simply not currently being imported into Canada.

Make sure to watch my above YouTube video to see these four BB rifles I am selling and instructions on how you can take part in the sale and purchase of them. By the way I am only selling to Canadian residents since shipping cross borders is a little sketchy.

Here is a list of the BB Rifles I am selling from my personal gun collection:

Custom Baikal Drozd Blackbird 4.5mm Steel BB Machine Gun $925

Umarex EBOS 4.5mm Steel BB Machine Gun $225

Umarex SG9000 4.5mm Steel BB Shotgun $175

Umarex Steel Storm 4.5mm Steel BB Gun $100

Categories: 4.5mm / .177 cal, BB, Blowback, Bulk Air, CO2, Full Auto, Modification, Pistol, Rifle, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: Baikal, Drozd-Blackbird, EBOS, SG9000, Steel Storm, Umarex

Can I put real 1911 Grips on my KWC-Cybergun 1911 BB-Airsoft Gun?

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With the popularity of the KWC - Cybergun 1911 Blowback CO2 Pistols and how super realistic they are in so many ways, it is no surprise that people often ask me if they can replace the original grips with grips made for a real 1911.

The short answer is yes you can! You will have to be prepared to remove just a little bit of material from the backside of both grips near the bottom of the handle where there is an area that has been flared out to accommodate the CO2. Not really a big deal, you can use a Dremel for the quick and easy approach or even some sand paper if you don't mind taking a little more time.

In this YouTube Video I demonstrate using grips that fit a real 1911 and show you just exactly where you will need modify them to fit on the KWC and Cybergun CO2 Blowback 1911 pistol series.

Buy the KWC Blowback CO2 1911 BB Pistol in Canada

Categories: 4.5mm / .177 cal, 6mm, Airsoft, BB, Blowback, CO2, Comparison, How To, Modification, Pistol, Real Gun, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: Colt Government 1911, Cybergun, KWC, Model 1911, Tanfoglio Witness 1911

Drozd Blackbird Full Auto 4.5mm Steel BB Gun Shooting at Longer Ranges

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While the weather is still nice, I decided to setup some clay pigeon targets at varying further out ranges than the typically 30 feet I shoot on my deck. So I figured 40-60-80-100 foot ranges would be a good test to see if a 4.5mm Steel BB rifle could effectively hit targets at any of these ranges.

I did do a similar test earlier on using my Umarex Steel Force but I think the Steel Force may have been a bit underpowered for the 80-100 foot shots.

So today I brought out my Drozd Blackbird since it has a bit of power and what it may lack in accuracy it for sure makes up in volume! As with many of my shooting videos I captured all the fun using a bunch of different cameras and camera angles and today I even wore a dedicated lapel mic which I have a min-review for coming up shortly!

So make sure to watch my YouTube video and see how the Baikal Drozd Blackbird does shooting clay pigeons up to 100 feet away...

Categories: 4.5mm / .177 cal, BB, Bulk Air, CO2, Field Test, Full Auto, Modification, Review, Rifle, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: Drozd, Drozd-Blackbird

KWC Cybergun GSG 92 4.5mm Steel BB Modified Full Auto Fun

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You guessed it, another Full Auto Fun YouTube Video! And another great Blowback BB gun from the past dusted off and brought out for some more shooting fun :)

You may remember my Cybergun GSG 92 CO2 Blowback 4.5mm Steel BB Pistol that I made several video reviews of, including a how to modify it to shoot both in semi auto and full auto modes. Well the good news is our new KWC Model M92 unlicensed versions (no ugly warning lettering either) now come with the semi and full auto selectable feature so no need to modify, just buy one and your ready to go!

With that said this video is me actually shooting my original Cybergun / KWC Licensed GSG 92 version that I modded to shoot full auto. It was giving me a bit of trouble today but it seemed to work out the kinks near the end.

In an upcoming Full Auto Fun Video I do plan to bring out a new KWC full auto ready M92 and Mini UZI to see how these factory full auto 4.5mm BB guns shoot out of the box.

 
Categories: 4.5mm / .177 cal, BB, Blowback, CO2, Field Test, Full Auto, Full Auto Fun, Modification, Pistol, Review, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: Cybergun, GSG 92, KWC

Umarex PPK 4.5mm Steel BB Modified Full Auto Fun

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Some more Full Auto Fun Videos coming at you and make sure to check my previous ones out too!

In this Full Auto Fun Field Test Shooting video I bring out my original Umarex Walther PPK Blowback CO2 BB Pistol. The PPK I converted to full auto and that started it all off by being my first YouTube video upload. Wow, that was a while ago now!

I do have to say, modifying the PPK to Full Auto is not recommended, mine originally worked well but the heavy blowback in full auto eventually broke the firing pin setup and I lost it somewhere in my back field. I had to Macgyver a bolt in place to kind of work but now my Full Auto Modded PPK shoots out of control, what I mean by this is when I press the trigger, it does not stop shooting until all the BB's are gone. Safe, I don't think so!

My suggestion is to leave the Umarex Walther PPK as is, it truly is a an awesome CO2 Blowback BB replica with some really decent blowback recoil in a small airgun.

 
Categories: BB, Blowback, CO2, Field Test, Full Auto, Full Auto Fun, Modification, Pistol, Review, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: PPK, Umarex, Walther

Baikal Drozd Blackbird 4.5mm Steel BB Gun 1200 rpm Modified Full Auto Fun

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Full Auto Fun video number three this week and this one is perhaps the craziest one! When you take a Drozd Blackbird that already has a 800-1000 round BB magazine, convert it to 1200 rounds of full auto, add a custom JimC Barrel to it, some bulk CO2 and a bunch of other cosmetic accessories... Well you get the most ridiculous full auto BB gun you can ask for.

Since I had an extra 800-900 BB's more than I am used to when making these full auto videos, I decided to add a few additional targets over and above the clay pigeons I have been using so far. I picked up a nice fairly heavy gauge Santa tin and a rather solid hard wax candle from the dollar store that proved to add some drama to this Full Auto Fun video!

Make sure to also watch my first two Full Auto Fun videos:

If you like what you see in this video and want an absolutely crazy BB gun, then checkout our Replica Airguns Store where we Sell the Drozd BB gun and some add ons for it!

 
Categories: 4.5mm / .177 cal, BB, Bulk Air, CO2, Field Test, Full Auto, Full Auto Fun, Modification, Review, Rifle, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: Drozd, Drozd-Blackbird

KWC Cybergun Mini UZI 4.5mm Steel BB Modified Full Auto Fun

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This "Full Auto Fun" video focuses on my KWC/Cybergun 4.5mm Steel BB CO2 Blowback Mini UZI BB Gun, where I kick of a short series based around shooting a bunch of 4.5mm Steel BB machine guns! Sounds like fun cause it is fun!

This KWC/Cybergun Blowback Mini UZI comes in a variety of versions, 4.5mm Steel BB and Airsoft versions, it also comes in RWS and KWC Distributed models.

In this video I basically shoot a bunch of clay pigeons positioned in various locations and film it using 4 different camera angles to spice things up a bit.

I also mention some upcoming videos where I will be shooting my RAP4 MP5 and Baikal Drozd Blackbird Full Auto BB guns so make sure to watch those video when I upload them later on this week!

 
Categories: 4.5mm / .177 cal, BB, Blowback, CO2, Field Test, Full Auto, Full Auto Fun, Modification, Pistol, Review, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: Cybergun, KWC, UZI

Most Powerful Air Pistol Shootout

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In this "head to head to head" pistol shootout I compare three of my more powerful, or you could say effective air pistols against each other. Shooting at some pop cans from about 30 feet away to see how destructive each one is. I don't generally recommend air pistols for pest control simply because they tend to be less accurate and powerful than rifles, especially out at the longer ranges where a magnified scope is required and notably where the pesky vermin like to hang out.

I would have to say out of the three tested in this video comparison, the Webley Alecto in .22 caliber and the Modified Drozd Full Auto BB Gun would for sure get the job done at closer ranges. The Webley Alecto simply because it can hurl a heavy grain .22 caliber lead pellet right around the 500 fps mark which will take down small pests, again at close ranges.

My second choice or even first choice depending on how active the pest are would be my modified full auto 1200 rounds per minute Drozd that hurls 4.5mm Steel BB's at over 500 fps (under 4.2 foot pounds) at a rate of 20 BB's per second! A 4.5mm Steel BB traveling at 500 fps will penetrate fur and feathers very well and with most of the 20 BB's hitting a target in a matter of 1 second, that is going to humanly put a small to even medium sized pest down for sure. And yes the Drozd becomes a pistol when yuo take the rear stock off ;)

My last choice for the job is the Xisico XSP180 in .177 caliber since like the Webley Alecto it is only a single shot, so you got to make it count and being that it has less overall energy than the Webley Alecto again I would prefer the Alecto over the XSP180.

Watch my "head to head to head" YouTube video to see how these three pellet pistols compare:

Categories: .22 cal, 4.5mm / .177 cal, BB, Bulk Air, CO2, Comparison, Field Test, Full Auto, Modification, Multi-pump, Pellet, Pistol, Review, Single Shot, Spring Piston, YouTube Video Tags: Alecto, Baikal, Drozd, Webley, XSP180, Xisico

KWC Cybergun M92 Swiss Arms CO2 Blowback BB Pistol Field Test Review

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Another quick revisit of the KWC/Cybergun M92 Beretta - Taurus full metal, full blowback, CO2 4.5mm Steel BB pistol series. They come in several flavors but are all made by KWC and in many cases redistributed licensed by Cybergun. This Field Test Shooting Video Review focuses on the Cybergun Swiss Arms P92 version.

I have several videos I made for the Cybergun GSG 92 version showcasing an early on Table Top Review, Field Test Review and even a Full Auto Mod Video.

Now that I have a more standardized Field Test Shooting format, I though I would revisit this series of KWC/Cybergun Beretta - Taurus Replica BB Pistols and do a follow up Field Test to get some more camera angles and hopefully a nice tight target grouping using my standard semi rested position from 20 feet away.

I also incorporate some high speed video near the end of this Field Test Shooting video Review to go along with the Chronograph and target portion of the Filed Test Shooting review.

The KWC - Cybergun Full Blowback All metal serious of Replica CO2 BB Pistols has been hugely popular over here at Replica Airguns and for good reason, they are very realistic in looks and operation, are priced very respectably and replicate several of the more popular semi auto pistols.

  Buy the Swiss Arms P92 in Canada  -  Buy the Swiss Arms P92 in the US

Categories: 4.5mm / .177 cal, BB, Blowback, CO2, Field Test, Full Auto, Modification, Pistol, Review, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: Cybergun, GSG 92, KWC, P92, Swiss Arms

Umarex Walther P99 CO2 Blowback Airsoft Pistol Table Top Review

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Type: Airsoft Pistol.

Manufacturer: Umarex.

Model: Walther P99 DAO

Materials: Metal & Polymer.

Weight: 1.5 pounds.

Barrel: 4 inches, metal non-rifled.

Propulsion: 12 gram CO2.

Action: Semi auto, double action only with blowback.

Ammunition Type: 6mm plastic Airsoft BB's.

Ammunition Capacity: 15 round stick magazine.

FPS: 380.

Trigger Pull: The Double Action Only trigger pull on the Umarex Walther P99 CO2 Blowback Airsoft Pistol is long but not overly heavy for a double action trigger, it does have a break point mid way where it locks partway back, I presume this is the point in which a BB is loaded from the magazine into the barrel? The rest of the pull is still medium but much shorter with a distinct release point.

Accuracy: I did do a quick preliminary test before I made this table top review to get an idea of where this gun performs in terms of FPS and accuracy, I shot 5 rounds through my Chronograph on a fresh CO2 and got an average of 333FPS which was a bit lower than the claimed 380 but it was not the hottest of days. I also stepped back 20 feet and from a semi rested position I was able to get 9 shots within 2 inches of each other which was not bad for a DAO gun that I have never shot before. I did shoot a bit down and to the left with the set sights.

Build Quality: The Umarex Walther P99 is well built for its rather low price tag, it may not have all the bells and whistles but it does get the job done with good fit and finish and materials used. You will find a plastic/polymer frame but there is a lot of metal where it would normally be found on the real steel version like in the slide, magazine, trigger, slide catch, magazine release, inner barrel and many other internal parts. No real complaints here!

Realism: The Umarex Walther P99 CO2 Blowback Airsoft Pistol is pretty close in looks to a real steel Walther P99 with the exception of a missing decocker, but I'm pretty sure this is the same with the real steel DAO version? There is also the funny looking safety on the right side of the frame found on many Umarex airguns. I have to mention the red tip but again this can be removed and even when removed the barrel it is still recessed which adds to the realism. The Blowback action, Walther licensing and nice heavy weight all add up to make this Airsoft pistol look and feel the part.

Purchase it from: The Replica Airguns Store

Pros:

  • Low cost for a very believable and solid replica.
  • All metal stick magazine.
  • Metal slide and internal parts gives it decent weight.
  • Rail for accessories.
  • Well hidden CO2 screw.
  • Walther licensing.
  • Recessed inner barrel.
  • White dot sights, easy to use.
  • Right amount of power for indoor CQB style airsoft games.

Cons:

  • Comes with a red tip even in Canada.
  • Double action only, so trigger is a bit heavier.
  • Kind of funny safety, not like the real gun.
  • Blowback was a bit sluggish.

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Overall the Umarex Walther P99 CO2 Blowback Airsoft Pistol is a very good buy, it's a decent replica of the real steel Walther P99 with blowback operation, lots of metal parts, good fit and finish, decent performance and full Walther licensing and trademarks. All at a very affordable price tag. It may lack some of the extras you will find on more expensive and more functional Airsoft pistols but the simplicity of the Umarex Walther P99 CO2 Blowback Airsoft Pistol means it will most likely be a bit more reliable with less to go wrong down the road. If you have been looking for a nice Walther styled replica in an Airsoft version this may be just be the ticket!

My YouTube Video Review for the Umarex Walther P99 CO2 Blowback Airsoft Pistol:

Categories: 6mm, Airsoft, Blowback, CO2, Field Test, Modification, Pistol, Review, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: P99, Umarex, Walther

Umarex MP7 - Umarex P99 - ASG Dan Wesson 6 Inch Airsoft Gun Update Video

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Here is a quick Update video of three Airsoft guns, two of which I have touched upon before but have not gotten around to doing any actual Table Top or Field Test Shooting videos for you (The ASG Dan Wesson Airsoft Revolver and the Umarex P99 Blowback Airsoft Pistol). I also show you a new Umarex Airsoft Gas Blowback PDW, the H&K MP7 A1, a very realistic version I am sure will be of interest to many of my Airsoft fans.

I will be doing proper Table Top and Field Test Videos for each of these Airsoft guns as soon as I can get to them all, starting with the Umarex Gas Blowback H&K MP7 A1 Airsoft PDW so stay posted for these upcoming video reviews...

Buy ASG Airsoft Pistols in Canada  -  Buy ASG Airsoft Pistols in the US

Buy this Airsoft Pistol in Canada  -  Buy this Airsoft Pistol in the US

Buy this Airsoft Machine Pistol in Canada  -  Buy this Airsoft Machine Pistol in the US

Categories: 6mm, Airsoft, Blowback, CO2, Full Auto, GBB, Modification, Pistol, Revolver, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: ASG, Dan Wesson, HK MP7, MP7, P99, Umarex, Walther

Umarex Walther PPK CO2 Tab Modification Tutorial

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After many many requests to show how the Umarex Walther PPK CO2 Tab Modification is done I have relented to public demand. I don't actually cut my tab in this PPK CO2 Tab Modification Video but I do go step-by-step in detail and compare my modified Umarex PPK to my unmodified Umarex PPK. It is really very basic on how this is done and only a hack say and perhaps a file are all that is required to make the modifications to the PPK CO2 tab in order to make it flush with the bottom of the handle area.

Your best bet is to simply watch my YouTube Video located below and follow the steps there but here it is in text form:

  1. Place an empty (already pierced) CO2 into your Umarex Walther PPK and tighten the unmodified CO2 tab until fully tightened, just like you would tighten a fresh CO2.
  2. Take note at how many threads are exposed between the bottom of the handle and the top of the plastic CO2 tab, there should be about 2-4 threads exposed.
  3. Unscrew the CO2 tab all the way, place the PPK BB Pistol so it is secure (in a vice of some sort) and use a hacksaw or dremel to shorten the CO2 screw just above the plastic tab at the thread location you previously noted. Be conservative as you can always cut or file the screw a bit shorter if your first cut was not short enough.
  4. Now use the same hacksaw or dremel to cut a notch in the exposed cut area of the CO2 screw so that you can use a slot screwdriver to tighten the CO2 screw.
  5. That's it - Enjoy your modified Umarex Walther PPK CO2 BB Pistol!

Watch my Youtube Video of the Umarex Walther PPK CO2 Tab Modification Tutorial:

Buy the PPK/S in Canada   -   Buy the PPK/S in the US

Categories: 4.5mm / .177 cal, BB, Blowback, CO2, Comparison, Modification, Pistol, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: PPK, Umarex

KWC Mini UZI BB Versus Airsoft Comparison Review

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This is not meant to be a full review of either the BB or Airsoft version of the Cybergun - KWC CO2 Blowback Mini UZI's but I do talk about specifications, show you around both guns, and put them both through a full Field Test so I guess in a way, perhaps it can be considered to be a full review ;)

I will list the specifications here for you but I am not going to get into details like Trigger Pull, Build Quality, Accuracy and Realism. You can check out my other video reviews for more information on the Mini UZI:

Type: CO2 Blowback Machine gun.
Manufacturer: Cybergun - KWC.
Model: Mini UZU.
Materials: Metal and Polymer.
Weight: 4.8 pounds.
Barrel: Metal, non-rifled.
Propulsion: CO2 x1.
Action: BB Semi auto only - Airsoft selectable semi & full auto, single action only.
Ammunition Type: 4.5mm Steel BB - 6mm Plastic Airsoft
Ammunition Capacity: 25 - 38 rounds
FPS: 350 - 400

As I said you can check out all my other videos for info on these very accurate Mini UZI Replicas, I mainly want to go over some of the main differences and similarities for both the BB and Airsoft versions.

In terms of build quality they are made almost exactly the same and weigh in at a hefty near 5 pounds, the only differences are the inner barrel and magazines to accommodate the different sized ammo. The BB version has a 25 round single stack magazine that does not have a follower to stop the bolt from continuing to operate even after the magazine is empty. While the 6mm Airsoft version has a double stack magazine that holds 38 rounds and does have a follower to stop the bolt which can save you some unintentional wasted CO2.

The Airsoft Mini UZI version is distributed by KWC while the 4.5mm BB version is distributed by Cybergun, you will find the UZI and IWI licensing on the Cybergun 4.5mm BB version but not on the KWC 6mm Airsoft version.

Out of the box the KWC Airsoft Mini UZI is ready to go in both semi auto and full auto while the 4.5mm steel BB version will only shoot in semi auto mode, it can however be easily modded to shoot in full auto.

Both guns come in cardboard boxes with manuals, some BB's and an Allen key to tighten the CO2. The KWC Airsoft Mini UZI also comes with a handy speed loader.

There is a slight fps velocity difference between the two with the KWC Airsoft 6mm plastic rounds traveling at around 400 fps (with .20 gram BB's) and the 4.5mm Steel BB's traveling at right around 350 fps. In the field test portion I test both guns out on some water filled cans to see how each ammo type performs in terms of penetration.

Your best bet is to watch both my Table Top and Field Test Comparison Video Reviews and see for yourself how they compare!

Buy BB Mini UZI in Canada   -   Buy BB Mini UZI in the US

Buy Airsoft Mini UZI in Canada   -   Buy Airsoft Pistols in the US

Categories: 4.5mm / .177 cal, 6mm, Airsoft, BB, Blowback, CO2, Comparison, Field Test, Full Auto, Modification, Pistol, Review, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: Cybergun, KWC, UZI

Cybergun Sig Sauer P226 GBB Blowback Airsoft Pistol Table Top Review

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Type: 6mm Plastic BB Airsoft Pistols.
Manufacturer: Cybergun
Model: Sig Sauer P226
Materials: Metal slide & frame.
Weight: 2 pounds (920 grams).
Barrel: Metal non-rifled smooth bore.
Propulsion: Gas Blowback (GBB).
Action: Single and double action.
Ammunition Type: 6mm plastic Airsoft BB's.
Ammunition Capacity: 26 rounds.
FPS: 383 fps (Using .12 gram BB's).

Trigger Pull: The trigger pull on the Cybergun Sig Sauer P226 Airsoft Replica is good in both single and double action. Once the slide is pulled back and released the first round is chambered and the hammer will remain back placing the P226 in single action mode, the pull is light and the take-up is fairly short, most of your shots will be in single action mode unless you use the de-cocker to lower the hammer for a subsequent double action next shot, double action shots are still pretty light but much longer in order to cock the hammer.

Accuracy: Shooting the Cybergun Sig P226 from 20 feet out in semi rested position I was able to get very good results. I placed 10 rounds in about 1.5 inches with the shot placement being a bit low possibly due to my barrel mod, adjusting the hop-up may bring the aim point back up to where it should be. The Sig Sauer P226 Airsoft Replica shot right around the 316 fps range while conducting my 5 shot average chrony testing which was lower than advertised but I was using much heavier .20 gram BB's. You can expect to get a full magazine worth of shots out of each gas fill-up but I did notice that as the magazine got colder it did tend to become much less efficient and also seemed to vent a lot of vapor.

Build Quality: The build quality is generally good and I was surprised at the finish on this model as the paint is not showing any wear marks so far, the fit is good with minimal slide and barrel wobble and everything is working very well with no problems so far with a fair amount of shots through it, guess you could say I like shooting this gun :) Most of the gun is metal with only the grips and a couple internal parts being plastic.

Realism: The Cybergun Sig Sauer P226 6mm Airsoft pistol is a replica of the real steel Sig Sauer P226 right down to the licensing and it really is a great looking and functioning Airsoft Replica. You can field strip this gun exactly like a real Sig and all the mechanical parts work just the same including a working de-cocker and adjustable front sight.

Available in the: Replica Airguns Store

Pros:

  • All metal pistol with good overall realistic weight to it.
  • Very crisp and firm full blowback operation.
  • Excellent fit and finish - paint seems to be wearing well.
  • Nice accurate looking and working Sig Sauer P226 Replica with licensing
  • Working de-cocker.
  • White dot sights for quick target acquisition.
  • Front sight is adjustable for windage.
  • Full size drop out magazine holds BB's and gas.
  • Fully field strip-able.

Buy this Airsoft Pistol in Canada  -  Buy this Airsoft Pistol in the US

Cons:

  • Comes with an orange tip not required for Canada.
  • Seemed to shoot a bit low for me, could adjust with hop-up a bit?
  • Only one magazine per Gas fill.

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I am a big Sig Sauer fan so it would take a lot for me to not give this gun a good review, with that said it performed pretty well, sure it was not the most powerful but I was using gas over CO2 so I was not expecting too much, it also shot a bit low for me but again that may have been because of the barrel mod so who really knows for sure at this point ;) And yes it came with that unsightly orange tip that I took short work of removing. At teh end of the day I still love it and it performed well without letting me down, just like a would expect from a real Sig Sauer!

My YouTube Table Top  Review of the Cybergun Sig Sauer P226 GBB Blowback Airsoft Pistol:

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Categories: 6mm, Airsoft, Blowback, GBB, Modification, Pistol, Review, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: Cybergun, Sig Sauer P226

Cybergun Sig Sauer P226 GBB Blowback Airsoft Pistol Field Test Shooting Review

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I usually do my Table Top Video Review first but this time around I did my Field Test Video Review first since I was all setup checking out a couple other guns at the time. When I do my detailed Table Top Video Review for the Cybgergun Sig Suer P226, I'll post the link here so stay tuned. If you have not already checked out my Barrel Mod Video for this same gun then check that video out where I remover the extended orange portion of the metal barrel and make the barrel flush with the end of the slide which is how the real steel version was originally made.

Getting back to the Cybergun Sig Sauer P226 GBB blowback Airsoft Pistol field test, as per usual I test this Airsoft semi auto gas blowback pistol on the Chronograph to see what kind of real world velocity I get and since I had some Green Gas on hand, I used it for this part of the review and got an average of 315 fps with a six shot string.

I also stepped back 20 feet and shot 10 times at my stationary target using a semi rested position (sand bag up front and kneeling in the back). Even though the Sig Sauer P226 shot a bit low I did get about a 1.25 inch group with the exception of one flyer that hooked down just a bit making the 10 shot group a bit wider at just under 2 inches. The low shot placement may have been caused by my barrel mod but since I did not do a before and after test, I can not say for sure?

Make sure to watch my YouTube Video of this Field Test as it also includes some nice slow-motion of the slide blowback at both 400 and 1200 frames per second.

Watch my full Video Field Test Shooting YouTube Video below:

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Categories: 6mm, Airsoft, Blowback, Field Test, GBB, Modification, Pistol, Review, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: Cybergun, Sig Sauer P226

Cybergun Sig Sauer P226 GBB Blowback Airsoft Pistol Red Barrel Tip Mod

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I have not done my official Table Top and Shooting Reviews for the Gas Blowback Airsoft Cybergun Sig Sauer P226 but I really wanted to cut off the ugly orange painted barrel tip, it was kind of driving me crazy! keep in mind here in Canada we are not required to have orange tips on our Airsoft guns, most of the all metal or all black Airsoft guns imported these days fall into the "airgun uncontrolled firearms" category. If you live in the US or other parts of the world you could be breaking the law if you do this mod so be warned...

Your best best is to simply watch my YouTube Video as I show you exactly how I removed the orange painted portion of the metal barrel using a hack saw, file, vice and some sand paper. All in all it was not too difficult and only took about 15 minutes to complete...

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Categories: 6mm, Airsoft, Blowback, GBB, How To, Modification, Pistol, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: Cybergun, Sig Sauer P226

Ten Million Video Views Giveaway Plus CZ 75 - KSC 17 Airsoft - Gamo Combat Pellet Revolver

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I already posted that I recently hit 10,000,00 YouTube video Views but I have been hinting about there being another Giveaway/Contest. After much thought I wanted to have a way that more than just one person could benefit from this. So I decided to list a bunch of my Canada Store products on sale. (Sorry US customers but I have a lot more restrictions in the US when it comes to what I can do with my pricing).

These Canadian sales will be in effect from now until October 10th and to make things even better, one lucky shopper during this time will get their entire order for free (This includes US Customers too).

So make sure to get in on the savings and the chance to get your order free!

In this "Update Video" I also show off some new previously owned guns added to my collection, an Airsoft ASG shell ejecting CZ 75, a no-name KSC Airsoft shooter and a Gamo Combat .177 caliber pellet revolver. And if you're into spring piston break barrel pistols, make sure to watch for my customized Exisco XSP180 .177 caliber Verminator!

Here is a sample of some of the items on sale right now...

Buy King Arms M4A1 in Canada   -   Buy King Arms M4A1 in the US

Buy Webley Alecto in Canada   -   Buy Webley Alecto in the US

Buy EKOL ES55 in Canada

Check out all items on Sale Now!

Categories: 4.5mm / .177 cal, 6mm, Airsoft, Blowback, Break Barrel, CO2, GBB, Modification, Pellet, Pistol, Replica Airguns News, Revolver, Semi Auto, Single Shot, Spring Piston, YouTube Video Tags: ASG, CZ 75, Glock, XSP180, Xisico

New Lower US Store Webley Alecto Pricing!

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When it comes to Airguns and Blank Guns, it's not often that an item is actually more money to buy in the US but with the Webley Alecto, it was actually more money in the US so I got to thinking, why not ship our Canada version to our US customers so they can save a few bucks! Both the US and Canada Webley Alecto are the same with only one exception, the Canada version has been detuned but this can be easily rectified with a simple valve modification (Instructions delivered after purchased from Replica Airguns).

Of course you can still buy the Alecto here in Canada at the already low Canadian price.

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Categories: .22 cal, 4.5mm / .177 cal, Modification, PCP, Pellet, Pistol, Replica Airguns News, Single Shot Tags: Alecto, Webley