MiR Tactical: Everyone Needs One Of These H8Rs


MiR Tactical recommends that the Elite Force H8R CO2 Airsoft Revolver be a part of an airsofter's loadout. Already on its second generation, the H8R has a polymer body with top and bottom 20mm accessory rail, ergonomic grip w/ in grip CO2, easy to change rotary magazine, DA/SA action, integrated safety, adjustable hop-up, and green fiber optic sights.

Airsoft Headquarters: Elite Force M9 Overview


Airsoft Headquarters got CO2-powered M9 airsoft pistols from Elite Force to go over in this video... "The Elite Force M9 CO2 pistols have been on the market for a couple years and Im surprised that we havent had more videos made on these! Licensed by Umarex, the M9 has 2 different models available on the airsoft market; M92A1 and the M9A3. Both fully licensed! Not to be confused with the steel BB model also from Umarex.

Elite Force Glock 19x GBB Pistol Unboxing


Bearded Gear ordered an Elite Force Glock 19x Gas Blowback Pistol from Evike.com and he gives his impressions on this fully licensed GBB pistol in this unboxing video. This pistol has Glock Gen 5-style frame with the finger grooves removed; has an ambidextrous slide stop and functioning Glock trigger safety.

UKARMS G39 vs Elite Force Glock 17


It's a comparison between a cheapo Glock airsoft pistol under the UKARMS brand and the Elite Force Glock 17 GBB Pistol by Reventian... "This week I compare the cheapest vs the most expensive Airsoft Glocks in the market! UKARMS G39 vs Elite Force Glock 17. One only costs $200 and the other the cost $30!"

Elite Force H&K MP5K SMG At Airsoft GI


Cisco gives his take on the Elite Force MP5K AEG that is available at Airoft GI. Does it pass his standardsr? Watch the video... "We are finally starting to see more airsoft companies release new airsoft guns! Elite Force has now released a standard version of the H&K MP5k! How does it hold up to our current standards in airsoft? Cisco fights through his allergies to find out!"

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