Airsoftology: Archwick Airsoft's B&T USW Kit


Jonathan Higgs of Airsoftology is back with a review of one the releases for 2021 by Archwick, a licensed B&T USW conversion kit for Glock pistols. This is compatible with the Tokyo Marui Glock 17 Gen 4 and Glock 18C Gas Blowback Pistols, and if we're not mistaken, with the Glock 18C AEP as well. Other airsoft G17 Gen 4 and G18C pistols can fit if they are Marui compatible.

"Smoothest Airsoft GBB Sidearm Ever?"


ICS has been putting out gas blowback pistols for its Black Leopard Eye (BLE) line over the years and its latest release is the ICS BLE Vulture GBB Pistol. This has the REVO.II High Performance Valve System with adjustable trigger, fixed Barrel,  steel-made fire control system components that are TM compatible, and  SUS301 Stainless Steel Searing Spring.

Airsoftology: The Ultimate KRYTAC FN P90 Review


Jonathan Higgs of Airsoftology got to go over the nitty gritty details of the upcoming Krytac FN P90 AEG. This AEG, which will be be released as the EMG x Krytac FN P90 AEG in the U.S. is fully licensed by Cybergun, and thus, can sport the FN Herstal trades on the AEG. He checks out the features of this AEG such as the compound trigger in Auto mode wherein a half press fires one round, a full press fires automatic.

Airsoftology The HoppedUp Podcast Episodes 1, 2 & 3


Airsoftology got a new podcast series called "The Hopped Up" podcast and it's now on its second episode. We're posting here the first three episodes 2 which Jonathan Higgs discuss topics with Marck of RWTV and Masaki of Laylax. The podcast series is livestreamed.

Airsoftology's Northeast Airsoft Long Branch Sten MK2 GBB Review


Jonathan Higgs of Airsoftology is the latest to review the Northeast Airsoft Long Branch Sten MK2 GBB. This is based on the Canadian version of the British MK.2 with around 150,000 produced in 1941-44 mainly made for the Canadian Armed Forces. A good number was sent to China to help in the war effort against Japan in Woorld War II.

Airsoftology's Definitive VFC BCM MCMR AEG Review


If you need a more authoritative review of VFC products always look forward to a review by Airsoftology. Jonathan Higgs always has good access to VFC in Taiwan as he is based there and has more information about any upcoming product from the company. In this video review, he shares what he know of the fully licensed VFC BCM MCMR AEG, which is also known as the BCM Air MCMR AEG that is now slowing making its way to airsoft retailers worldwide.

Airsoftology: "Is Airsoft Full Of Elitists?"


First issue this year is the question about the Airsoft Community getting toxic. Now, the question is that it is full of elitists. Well, surely airsoft has its share of assholes who think they are tier one stuff and the rest are just merely noobs to them. But is it really elitist? Jonathan Higgs talks about this in this Airsoftology Q&A session.

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"Why Airsoft Is Expensive & Scarce In 2021?"


Is it just about the Covid-19 pandemic alone that's making airsoft expensive and hard to find in stock this year? Jonathan Higgs of Airsoftology touches on several areas that involves the production and distribution of airsoft guns around the world that are also causing this problem. So, it's moore really about economics.

Airsoftology's Take On The VFC PSG-1 GBB


Jonathan Higgs gives what he thinks about the new VFC PSG-1, the only PSG-1 Gas Blowback rifle in the market, and the other PSG-1 airsoft rifle apart from the Tokyo Marui AEG version. According to him, it meets most of what he has dreamed of about this GBB. Watch him tell what these are in this Airsoftology episode.

Airsoftology: The Acetech Blaster


One of the more recent reviews by Airsoftology is the new the Acetech Blaster. This gives a muzzle flash, tracer which you can turn on for one function or at the same time. The muzzle flash looks fun for added realism in playing airsoft games. Turn both on and you'll have a blast during night games.

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