Increasing The King Arms M1 Carbine Mag Capacity

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SOCOM Tactical got this quick howto video to show you how to mod the King Arms M1 Carbine Magazine and give it a higher capacity to carry BBs... "Here we take a look at how to modify a King Arms M1 Carbine magazine to hold more rounds and to install a follower to allow the bolt to be held open on an empty magazine."

King Arms M1 Carbine FPS Downgrade Tips

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If you need to downgrade the King Arms M1 Carbine to meet the game site's FPS limit, SOCOM Tactical is here to help and show you how to do it yourself. The King Arms M1 Carbine is a CO2 powered airsoft gun which has an initial muzzle velocity of 430 fps. There is a paratrooper version for those who prefer that model... "Here we take a look at how to downgrade the FPS on a King Arms M1 Carbine."

Marushin M1 Carbine CDX In Action

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BeeStingerAirsoft goes into action with the Marushin M1 Carbine CO2 at OPS Field. This is the CDX version that comes with a real wood stock that has an initial muzzle velocity of around 350fps for the export version, though this one meets Japanese regulations... "Gas guns only game day at OPS was perfect for the Co2 powered M1 Carbine. 1911 pistol proved to be an effective secondary."

Mach Sakai: AGM M1 Carbine Quick Review

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A very much afforable AGM M1 Carbine is reviewed by Mach Sakai. This costs less than US$50 at airsoft retailers carrying this but before you jump into buying one, this is a bolt action rifle which may just disappoint you. This has faux wood, adjustable hop-up, and comes with a 45-round BB magazine. Mach Sakai checks it out for externals, operation, and accuracy.

The Firearm Blog: The American M1 Carbine

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Learn more about the real steel M1 Carbine, the more compact version of the M1 Garand that also made its mark in World War II in this The Firearm Blog video... "The M1 Carbine is a terrific long gun designed to bridge the gap between pistol and rifle, and it went above and beyond that simple expectation.

Replacement Nozzle Set For KA M1 Series

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For owners of the King Arms M1 Series (Carbine and Paratrooper), King Arms just announced that they have released the Replacement Nozzle Set for the series. Made of Zinc Alloy and Nylon Fiber, distributors and resellers can now order the product if their customers have been asking for replacement parts.

eHobby Asia: KA M1 Carbine CO2 Demo

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A video demo of the King Arms M1 Carbine CO2 GBB Rifle done by eHobby Asia was posted on Facebook and we uploaded a copy on YouTube. The King Arms M1 Carbine replica is a beautiful reproduction of this classic firearm. Made with real wood and aluminum alloy, the rifle looks and feels authentic. Adding to the realism is a Co2 powered gas recoil system which helps to imitate the bolt cycling action.

Umarex M1 Carbine At Action Hobbies

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Action Hobbies got the M1 Carbine from Umarex and you can get one for £399.98... "The M1 carbine (formally the United States Carbine, Caliber .30, M1) is a lightweight, easy to use semi-automatic carbine that became a standard firearm for the U.S. military during World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War, and was produced in several variants.

Marushin M1 Carbine CO2 Export Version

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A very much affordable CO2-powered M1 Carbine from Marushin which costs US$198.00 at RedWolf Airsoft... "Beautiful replica of the WWII Carbine rifle used by the US Military forces, this gas powered model is made from a high quality real-wood stock, metal barrel and cocking mechanism. Blow back action is crisp and quick with every shot.

King Arms M1 Carbine Coming Soon

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Just as we suspected that Redfire are building an M1 Carbine airsoft gun, King Arms, their sister brand will be taking over the project and have it under the King Arms brand... "Great job of the RedFire, we thanks for their afforded. KingArms will take over this project from now and this M1 Carbine will release to market this year by KingArms."

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