Tokyo Marui M4 SOPMOD with Blowback

Tokyo Marui M4 SOPMOD

Tokyo Marui M4 SOPMOD

The exciting new Tokyo Marui M4 SOPMOD is constructed with aluminum receiver and front section, and ABS plastic stock and grip, the most exciting feature of this new Marui gun is the blowback function coupled with a empty magazine bolt-lock function just like the one found on the Systema PTW.

Note that this new M4 SOPMOD must use new Marui magazines. The 82 round magazine can be user configured to only take 30 rounds. The hi-cap 430 round magazine disables the bolt-lock function. This new M4 is not compatible with the standard Marui type M16/M4 magazine. You must purchase the new Tokyo Marui M4 SOPMOD magazine to work with this gun.

Tokyo Marui M4 SOPMOD Metal Parts

Tokyo Marui M4 SOPMOD Metal Parts

Employing the new SHOOT & RECOIL Engine Version 2, this new M4 is a blast to shoot with both sound and visual gratification to boot. The gun comes with a standard Tokyo Marui 82 round magazine but it can be set to work in 30rd mode for realism and to force reloads. The gun is of full aluminum (i.e. Full metal) construction with ABS stocks and grips for more realistic feel!

Tokyo Marui M4 PMC (Limited Edition)

This is Tokyo Marui’s latest offering to their M4 line-up, the PMC. It will be a Limited Edition. So check this out on your nearest Airsoft store. Or you can visit Redwolf Airsoft and have it pre-ordered.

Tokyo Marui M4 PMC

Tokyo Marui M4 PMC

Inokatsu M4 “Gas Blowback”

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

New 2008 All-Metal Jing Gong M4A1

Jing Gong just released their latest M4A1 AEG, now with “Metal Body”. The new AEG features a hardened gearbox housing and one piece metal barrel equipped with voltage stablizer electronic board. (Source: RSOV.com)

ICS Plastic Reinforced AEGs

ICS released the durable but economic version M4 for skirmish players. Except the upper receiver, lower receiver and carrier handle set are made from reinforced industrial standard plastic. All designs is as same as the design of the metal M4s.

How to use ICS Forward Assist Function the Right Way.

I have noticed that there are a good number of ICS M4’s users lately. But many of us still doesn’t know when or how to use this useful function the right way. I am going to post important and helpful tips about the Forward Assist Function which ICS published in there website. The full context of this of this topic can be view here.

ICS Forward Assist Button

1. Although AEGs is a toy gun, we still apply the norm of real gun on airsoft gun. We have to unload airsoft gun first after shooting or combat.
2. When we don’t use the airsoft gun, we have to release the magazine and change fire mode to semi-auto. Point the gun toward safety area and clean the pellets remaining in barrel by shooting two ~ three times. Then push the forward assist knob to release piston and spring.
3. Pushing the forward assist knob when the fire mode is still in auto may cause the broken piston. As it mention above that there are four possible stop points of the piston after automatic shooting. If the piston happens to be at the forth position and players push the forward assist knob, No.3 gear will reverse too fast because of the inertia and rebound which result from the tension of spring. The reversing No.3 gear will hit the last teeth of piston and may break it. This situation gets worse with more powerful spring setting.
4. The proper way to use forward assist are first, release the magazine, Second, Point the gun toward safety shooting area and clean the pellets remaining in barrel by shooting two ~ three times. Finally push the forward assist knob to release piston and disassembly battery plug. Then store your airsoft gun into carrying bag. Forward assist knob is not for using at any moment. The proper timing of using forward assist knob is after shooting or combat and all the unloaded processes are done.

For more info about ICS Foward Assist, please click here.

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.