Learn Why Inokatsu M4A1 SOPMOD Is Such A Hit

Inokatsu have revised their 2009 GBB (Gas Blow Back) M4 with a new bolt system giving a much better performance as well as cyclic rate of fire. Although the concept of a gas blowback rifle isn’t entirely new, Western Arms has caused a new spurt of excitement in the world of Airsoft from their introduction of the GBB M4. Other manufacturers like WE, INOKATSU, G&P, AGM etc. have also jumped on to the GBB bandwagon, creating their own M4 (plus variants) gas blowback guns. Check the video below.

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Inokatsu M4 “Gas Blowback”

Inokatsu released a couple of videos of their New M4/M16 Gas Blowback in action.

Inokatsu AKS-74U and M4 SOPMOD PTWs

Inokatsu released their C02 versions of the Masterworks P.T.W AKS-74U and M4 SOPMOD. These aegs has metal and plastic construction and weighs around 3.0kg. No detail on pricing yet.

Inokatsu SCAR L & STEYR AUG

Inokatsu released their C02 versions of the Masterworks P.T.W SCAR L MK 16 MODO and STEYR AUG. These aegs has metal and plastic construction and weighs around 3.0kg. No detail on pricing yet.

Inokatu Israeli Galil AR (2007)

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Another 2006-2007 release from Inokatsu worth mentioning is the ever popular Galil AR. This is a pricey gun at 1,530USD for the full complete AEG and 1,120USD for the kit. Hmmm.. why did they even bother making the AR version in the first place? The SAR and the ARM are THE classic versions of the Galil – and are used by the South Africans, the Columbians, the Estonians and several other countries as well.

Inokatsu’s AKS74U (2007)

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This is Inokatsu’s 2007 version of the AKS74U, the Ak74UBK which was released late last year. The Ak7U has been widely used by the Russian Special Forces and by KGB Special Troops.

M240B in 2008

One of the leading Airsoft makers Inokatsu Inc. will soon showcase their new product, the M240B  in 2008. Check the photos below.

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