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Nuke Airsoft: KWA MP7 GBB Review

A review in German by Nuke Airsoft of the KWA MP7 Gas Blowback SMG... "Review of the KWA MP7! For about 3-4 years in the team, it gives a very awesome feeling and decent performance. Furthermore faithful Trademarks thanks to the UMAREX license. Meanwhile, however, some age-related defects such as brittle seals.

Facts about Gun Powered by: Green Gas Length: 360 - 590mm FPS acc. Manufacturer: 380+"

Airsoftology: Elite Force HK MP7A1 Review

An airsoft gun that is part of his personal collection for sometime now, Airsoftology's Jonathan Higgs reviews the Elite Force MP7A1 made by KWA... "Jonathan's digging deep in his personal collection to review one of the first guns that made it on the podcast; The KWA HK MP7 by Elite Force... but does this blast from the past hold up to modern day standards? Watch and see what he thinks."

Impact Force Custom H&K MP7A1 GBB

Another custom airsoft gun from Impact Force equipped with the TNT APS-X System. The Impact Force Custom H&K MP7A1 GBB has the KWA MP7A1 Gas Blowback in Dark Earth colour as base gun comes equipped accessories to make you ready for your next CQB game:

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New Nitro.Vo MP7A1 Extension Frame

Previously, we've posted news about a carrying handle that you can mount on the flat rail top of the Tokyo Marui MP7A1, now you can add a extension front frame for it, making it look more like a carbine rather than a compact automatic SMG. The Nitro.Vo MP7A1 Extension Frame is now at Laylax and you can use it with the AEG and Gas Blowback versions of the Tokyo Marui MP7A1.

Marui 55th All Japan Hobby Show Catalog

Waiting to hear more information about the products that Tokyo Marui has unveiled this year and put on display the 55th All Japan Model & Hobby Show? Now you can download a full PDF catalog that they sent out to their suppliers as an invitation. See in full colour photos of the M4 MWS, AA-12, M870 Wood Stock Type, MP7A1 Tan Color Model, GLOCK34, HK416C Custom Ver., and the M4 Patriot HC with some more details about these.

More TM HK416C & Patriot M4 Photos & Vids

As already reported in today's Popular Airsoft Feature Story, Tokyo Marui unveiled two new products during the 55th All Japan Model & Hobby Show which is being held throughout the weekend. We get more photos of the new Tokyo Marui HK416C Custom NEG and the Patriot M4 HC as sent in by Tokyo Marui.

Mach Sakai: Marui MP7A1 GBB Tan

Mach Sakai gives us the first close look on the Tokyo Marui MP7A1 Gas Blowback SMG in Tan colour. It's still the same as the black version of the GBB and Mach Sakai finds it a light and easy to maneouvre in airsoft games and he finds its performance also good outdoors that he recommends it also for airsoft games.

Read the full review here and below is the video version:

Tokyo Marui MP7A1 GBB Tan Version

Announced today by Tokyo Marui is the tan version of the Tokyo Marui MP7A1 Gas Blowback SMG. A reliable gas blowback MP7A1 it comes with the Tokyo Marui's legendary hop-up mechanism which has the pixie dust that gives good accuracy and range. Expected to be released on the 23rd of April, better ask your favourite retailer if they can reserve one for you.

Tokyo Marui MP7A1 GBB SMG Review

The Tokyo Marui MP7A1 GBB SMG get reviewed by Lancaster Airsoft Russia. Considered to be a reliable MP7A1 GBB SMG but not exactly as 1:1 scale as compared to the VFC/Umarex version, this is said to have good accuracy with Tokyo Marui's legendry hop-up system. Make sure you use the language caption on YouTube to follow this review as it is in Russian.

Mach Sakai: KSC vs TM MP7A1 GBB

It's the battle of two MP7A1 Gas Blowbacks that are available in Japan: the KSC and Tokyo Marui versions. In this review, Mach Sakai finds the recoil is light and easier to handle with the KSC. The Tokyo Marui has stronger recoil and with high accuracy with its hop-up giving it stable and consistent shooting. Which of these would you prefer? Mach Sakai asks.


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