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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Marushin KAR98 Sporter

This is a “kick-ass” rifle from Marushin — The KAR98 Sporter. With its realistic shell ejecting mechanism, this gas operated rifle is even better than the Tanaka or STAR Rifles. With its 600mm (~24″) barrel it would be a sniper rifle by today’s standards. According the RedWolf Airsoft Reviews, the ammo can be loaded into the magazine of the rifle one by one, or with the help of a clip if you’re in a hurry and need the convenience. One gas charge is enough for dozens and dozens of shots, so you’ll be reloading the rifle quite a few times before you have to wake up from the immersion in the game, and grab the gas bottle. Quite impressive. See full review.

The scope mount blocks the stripper clip, but the large shells are easy to handle even when separated.

The scope mount blocks the stripper clip, but the large shells are easy to handle even when separated.

Inokatsu M4 “Gas Blowback”

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

Tokyo Marui Government M1911A1 GBB

Hot on heels of KSC M1911A1 Gas Blowback pistol release Tokyo Marui has released its own version of the famed M1911A1 pistol. As with all Tokyo Marui airsoft gun products the M1911A1 gas blowback pistol provides excellent accuracy and reliable performance straight out of the box. It is perfect plug-and-play type airsoft gun that practical and beginner users can appreciate the most. Despite of the plug-and-play ability the Tokyo Marui Colt M1911A1 gas blowback pistol is not simplistic as it consists of 94 individual parts. The disassembly is similar to real M1911A1 and the hammer mechanism is two-position type one. Weighting hefty 798g the Tokyo Marui M1911A1 can be classified as gHeavy Weighth airsoft gun model although luckily such definitions have already started to disappear.

As well as performance wise the Tokyo Marui model differs from KSCfs with its production markings and cosmetic finishing. The Tokyo Marui model has 1943 Colt serial numbering and has grey external finish. In the frame there is also inspector Guy H. Drewry initials (G.H.D) and verified proof and inspectors stamp (gTh). In the grip there is additional proof marking (gPh). More proof markings are located in shell ejection port and upper frame in form of two gPhs and Frank L. Hosmer or Frederick W.Hauff (gHh).

The model serial number is g871072h that is fixed to each and every model. Assembler marking is g76h and model stamping gM1911A1 U.S. Armyh. Ordnance Bomb mark is also present.

Muzzle velocity is 75.5m/s (249 FPS, note: with HFC134a gas) with 0.20g BB providing accurate range of 40 meters.

Technical specifications:
Length: 218mm
Width: 33mm
Weight: 798g
Barrel length: 128mm
Magazine capacity: 26+1
Ammo: 6mm BB 0.20g or 0.25g