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This lightweight replica of the Glock 17 is yet another great airsoft gun from long-standing manufacturers Tokyo Marui. With some nice features incorporated into it, such as the extra safety system, and an ergonomic grip, this Gas Blow Back (GBB) airsoft pistol is one of the best... - See more at:

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So here I have the first of a series of videos looking at the Templar teams gear and guns. This is the H&K 416 D made by Umarex/VFC under licence from Heckler & Koch used by T-05. The build quality of this thing is amazing and it sports the following features; H&K... - See more at:

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Recently I’ve been getting to grips with the Ares Amoeba M4, sent over to me by Just Cause Airsoft. It’s a lightweight, polymer AEG that is compatible with the Ares Fire Control System and also incorporates a quick change spring system. So, here is a breakdown and... - See more at:

When starting out in airsoft it can be a bit daunting to speak to seasoned players and discover just how much they have spent on kit. I once heard the sport labelled as “the money pit” and that can certainly be true. So where do new players start. We’ve all... - See more at:

So a couple of weekends ago I received a Condor Tactical 2 Point sling for my M4 and decided to test it out while playing at UCAP’s The Sandpit (game footage of that will be published next week along with a review). Here’s my run down on this sling and whether or not... - See more at:

A couple of weeks back I managed to get my hands on the new A&K M60 (AKA The Pig) machine gun, courtesy of Just Cause Airsoft. Here I review this iconic machine gun and this time there’s an added bonus: I managed to get some game time in with it at Ambush Adventures... - See more at:

Here I we take a look at the Tokyo Marui Desert Eagle .50 cal, Hard Kick. Finished in chrome, with a kick living up to it’s “Hard Kick” name, this thing is a BEAST! - See more at:

Here I review the latest speed loader from Elite Force: The SL14. New to the UK, having been available in the United States for approximately a year now, I was lucky enough to have one sent over to me from the awesome guys over at Armex. So what makes this speed loader stand out above the rest? Read on and all shall be revealed! - See more at:

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