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Photos of your Airsoft equipment.(NO DISCUSSION)



  • Registered Users Posts: 993 ✭✭✭ditpaintball

    my new marker:

    WDP Angel 1


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 128 ✭✭whufee


  • Registered Users Posts: 1,156 ✭✭✭tonyj_mc


    Hopefully be adding a TM Spas12 To my ever growing collection, and maybe an MP7

  • Registered Users Posts: 14,148 ✭✭✭✭Lemming

    My CA Steyr AUG1, with a 3-point tactical sling and four hi-cap mags. The AEG s sitting inside my case (opened out) and on top of the scrim-scarf I got from ehobby cause it was cheap

    The case for my Steyr all nicely zipped up.

    Knee/Elbow pads, the scrim-scarf, and a SEAL CQB combat harness with the water pouch removed from the back.

  • Registered Users Posts: 26,458 ✭✭✭✭gandalf

    KJ Works P226 Sig full metal.

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  • Registered Users Posts: 34,370 ✭✭✭✭o1s1n
    Master of the Universe



    Manufacturer: Bell
    Gun Name/Model: Eg-707 (Beretta m9)
    FPS: 310+ with .2g
    Ammo used: .2g
    Rate of Fire: Semi auto.
    Build Quality: Full Metal lump o' steel. Doesn't have the polished finish of a high end pistol, but definitely looks and feels the part.
    Electric/Gas: Green gas/propane
    Purchased from: Total cost: €70 for the gun, two magazines and postage. Excellent value for a full metal piece.

    The Bell m9 is a clone of the KJ works m9..which is in turn a clone of the Marui M9. So all parts are interchangeable. (Which is nice). It feels very solid. No wobble in anything at all. The magazine sits in flush without a budge. There are no trademarks. (Thankfully no comical ones like the HFC model :D) The only major thing externally which annoys me is the finish on the fire selector switch. It's a bit messy. (And lacks the red dot)
    Internally, all seems solid and made of steel. Apart from one thing. The loading muzzle. The plastic on it feels a bit flimsy.
    You really can't get a better deal for 70 euro though.

  • Registered Users Posts: 36,163 ✭✭✭✭ED E

    Currently only CA Aug With TBB and string for carrying:p and US M9 and a springer one aswell. Gonna order a DE UMP soon.

  • Registered Users Posts: 59 ✭✭Yuppie

    This is my Tippmann 98 custom sniper/support weapon paintball marker.
    stock tippmann 98 custom
    21 inch tippmann sniper barrel with bipod
    RAP4 flexi air stock
    500 round Q-Loader system
    3-9x40 rifle scope
    AG1 24 chamber expansion chamber(not shown)
    20oz Pure energy CO2 tank(not shown)
    tippmann 98 custom response trigger set(not shown)
    sealed bolt set(not shown)
    extreme rage 20/20 vision mask

    basically i play more woodsball than anything else, and i wanted a dual role marker that suited my playing style(back player) so decided on a tippmann 98 custom for its ease of use, reliability and its customizable nature. both snipers and support weapons have longer barrels to aid accuracy so i decided to forget about the gas efficiency and go for an imposing 21 inch barrel. to give it support characteristics i added in the response trigger set and a 500 round Q-loader magazine set.

    so far i've had no problems with it bar getting used to the extra weight and occasional O-ring replacement

  • Registered Users Posts: 26,458 ✭✭✭✭gandalf


    Manufacturer: AGM

    Gun Name/Model: MP40 (bakelite side panels version)

    FPS with 0.2g BB's: guesstimate around 300fps with the coke can test

    Ammo Capacity: 50 standard mag

    Build Quality: Very solid gun weighing in at a hefty 3kgs, it is mainly metal apart from the fake bakelite side panels and the plastic trigger guard. Eventhough it splits in half to add the battery there is no noises or movement of any kind from this AEG. The stock unfortunately is a bit flimsy and I reckon it would be the first part to cause problems.

    Electric/Gas: Electric, with small type 8.4 battery in the back of the main body. Easy to fit the battery.
    Aftermarket upgrades: A Leather sling from Airsoft Scotland. Apart from that there is nothing else you can really add (apart from internals I suppose).

    Overall opinion: Sounds excellent when you fire it. However I would not recommend it as a main AEG as the magazines at the moment only take 50 bb's and this baby spits them out at speed, you can empty a mag in seconds. (I may also need to check the gears on this as it could be double firing bb's.)

    For Milsims however this AEG is a thing of beauty and from the one time I have taken it skirmishing one person has said they have to buy one.

    8/10 for stock version.

  • Registered Users Posts: 588 ✭✭✭Hauk

    Just found the new photo thread now. :)

    Guns info:

    TM stock MP7.

    KSC USP .45 with Shooters Design metal slide + barrel with thread adapter.

    KSC USP Compact with Shooters Design metal slide + outer barrel, KM 6.03 precision inner barrel.

    First, the family:


    The MP7:


    USP Compact:


    USP .45 with G&G SS-100 silencer:


    Both the USP's together:


    Enjoy :)


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  • Registered Users Posts: 8,659 ✭✭✭CrazyRabbit

    Manufacturer: Tokyo Marui
    Gun Name/Model: G3 SG-1
    FPS with 0.2g BB's: 265 stock...But I've upgraded it to 1 joule
    Ammo Capacity: 70 standard mag, 500 hicap.
    Build Quality: Light creaking sound as lower reciever rubs off the barrell..easily fixed though and barely noticeable. And the very end of the barrel 'wobbles' a bit. Doesn't affect accuracy though. Mostly ABS externals. Can't comment on the 'stock' look as mine has a Woodland Camo paint job which is cool looking IMHO.
    Electric/Gas: Electric, with large type 8.4 battery in stock. Easy to fit the battery.
    Aftermarket upgrades: Takes g3 accessories/upgrades. I got the Hurricane Scope mount, and it works fine...but it was very difficult to fit.
    Overall opinion: Sounds weird firing...kind of a loud whirring sound. You can really hear the gears doing their stuff. It's a heavy & large gun which makes it difficult to carry, climb up ditches, or move through thick undergrowth. Accuracy is superb but a 1 joule upgrade is really needed so you can take advantage of this. Great sniper rifle/long range support rifle. Comes with a bipod that I just's annoyingly loose and doesn't lock into place when closed. Overall 9/10 for 1 joule upgraded version. 7/10 for stock version.

    (Click for large images)

  • Registered Users Posts: 21 skinner75

    Here are my Tokyo Marui AK47 and Tokyo Marui VSR-10.

    The VSR-10 has a 3-9X32 scope fittted.
    For the AK47, I also have a 600 round magazine, and an AK74-style 400 round clip. The battery in the AK is rated at 3300mAh, and is held in the stock.


  • Registered Users Posts: 364 ✭✭fletch...

    my TM famas sv with 2-6x32 scope and a barrel mounted red laser

  • Registered Users Posts: 14,148 ✭✭✭✭Lemming

    Among other things that arrived in the post for me today ...

    My new KSC USP Compact GBB pistol (Full Metal)

    [IMG] USP Compact.jpg[/IMG]

    [IMG] USP Compact packaging.jpg[/IMG]

    I got a Molle drop-leg holster (wraps around the leg), face mask, reaaaaaaaaaaally good goggles that stick to your face like glue, helmet cover, etc as well

  • Registered Users Posts: 4,612 ✭✭✭bullets

    Heres my first buy:
    CM027-J AEG ?

    Also featured is a Replica Colt 1911 .45 All metal
    non functional. The cheap diecast metal bluing/paintwork
    started to become spotted as the thing was left lying aobut
    the place for years.

    The other plastic thing is some glock look alike that I picked up
    for 50 bucks its not electric its singe shot.


  • Registered Users Posts: 1,877 ✭✭✭liamo333

    TM SR-16. 2800rd autowinding box mag. G&P aimpoint replica. Element FTK. 1J spring.









  • Registered Users Posts: 828 ✭✭✭whupass

    my new marker:

    WDP Angel 1


    now mine!! YAY

  • Registered Users Posts: 26,458 ✭✭✭✭gandalf

    Latest Editions to the family.

    HFC USR11


    CYMA AK74 (031 Model)

    HFC M190

  • Registered Users Posts: 3,341 ✭✭✭Fallschirmjager






    G&G MP5 ras with fold stock, G&G CQB/R, G&P nade launcher, THOMPSON (for aliens m41a pulse rifle), glock 23, ksc USP Compact, ACU outfit, 1800nametags and SPECOPS patches, seal calico jack badge, seals assault helmet, chest harness (not in shot), ACU neoprene face mask, goggles, fake armour vest ala BHD (pointless purchase), gloves not in shot, also swat vest, mp5 leg ammo pouch, subdued tac desert bdu pants, belleville boot

  • Registered Users Posts: 65 ✭✭ion c

    Here's my speedball gear..


    Top Marker
    Manufacturer: Planet Eclipse
    Marker Model: EGO7
    Rate of fire: around 30BPS with Ramping
    Total cost: €1250

    This little beauty weighs 940g!!! Made up of an Ultra-Lightweight Aluminium Monoform Body with Red Dust anodizing and a Red Gloss Colour Contrast Upgrade(CCU). Barrel is a two piece planet shaft. Magnetic Double Trigger features both opto and mircoswitch activation for lighting fast speeds along with several ramping modes. Board readout via LCD screen which includes a shot counter, game timer and BPS. New high tech eye logic means no breaks in the breach!!

    Bottom Marker
    Manufacturer: Smart Parts
    Marker Model: Ion
    Rate of fire: around 20BPS with Ramping
    Total cost:aprrox €700

    I've upgrade this one for a year now. She comes with a blue body kit, Freak barrel kit with All American Tip, Black-Heart Board, 360QEV, Nano Bolt, New Designz Roller Trigger, Clamping Feedneck and a Flame Dropforward.

    Both these beauties are fed with an Empire Reloader B2 hopper capable of feeding paint up to 35BPS and gas comes from a Crossfire 4500psi 68cu carbon fibre tank.

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  • Registered Users Posts: 1,877 ✭✭✭liamo333






    Got a 3-9x40 tasco scope and a real tree gun sock for it this morning.

    Around 12inch grouping at 100ft.

  • Registered Users Posts: 26,458 ✭✭✭✭gandalf


    KSC S&W M945 & Western Arms US Army M1911A1 (Silencer Model)


  • Registered Users Posts: 993 ✭✭✭ditpaintball

    One of my friends A-5's that i am cleaning.

  • Registered Users Posts: 5,984 ✭✭✭NakedDex

    My family including my latest editions, the P99's.

  • Registered Users Posts: 370 ✭✭padmundo

    Two new additions to the collection, spare mags for all pistols and a new case for my MP5.

    Galaxy MP5K PDW in an ex-laser level case.

    New KJ Works 1911 and my old KJ Works P226 with mags

    New Marushin Super Redhawk (which broke after/on 14 shots)

    5 new mags for FN Fal

  • Registered Users Posts: 969 ✭✭✭MaxForce

    The DBoys BI5181 RIS With PEQ Box

    Double Eagle USP AEP With Metal Slide.

  • Closed Accounts Posts: 1,052 ✭✭✭Dr_Pepper

    2x Tokyo Maurai m4a1 RIS
    1x Tokyo Maurai MP5 (arrived faulty :( )
    1x Walter P99


  • Registered Users Posts: 4,612 ✭✭✭bullets

    Said I would post a few Pics of the
    Jing Gong Heckler & Koch G36C that I recently
    got from for a bargain price.
    Excellent service and communication
    and ya dont have the long wait of
    ordering from abroad.

    I let about 20 of my workmates hold and check the G36 out
    and each and everyone of them had the same reaction.
    The first thing they said was "wow its heavy".
    Its got a lovely solid and heavy feel to it.

    The Finish is impressive. The Handguard is SOLID
    and has a lovely textured and Matt finish to it.
    Same goes for the rails.

    Comments are on top/Pics are below the comments.

    The plastic bits are not as shiny as the Pics in real life:

    The Fire selector switch is Solid. It clicks and locks in place when going
    from safe to auto. But when going from auto to single fire or from safe
    to single fire its a bit "iffy" you dont get a noticeable click to let you know
    its positioned correctly.

    The Right side of the body is impressive there is a plastic lug where the
    folding stock engages. I am not too sure about the strength of this
    so dont like locking the stock to the body:

    The Rail underneath the Handguard is Metal and Solid and the G36 would look
    great with a flashlight or Laser

    The Toprail is long and solid too. I plan on getting an Red Dot Reflex scope
    either open or tubed but cant for a while until I pay off my bills

    The blank saquare like smooth bit is a bit weird. I dont know what
    is function is on the real-steel.

    The front of the hand guard has threaded holes to allow you to add
    more rails at either side left and right:

    The Front of the G36 is nice and mean looking very solid Metal barrel and
    flash eliminater:

    I am not a fan of folding stocks but each to their own.
    When folded the G36 looks a little weak. The Hinge section exposed
    made it look a little delicate even if it may have not have been:

    The Cocking handle is nicely tucked away under the top rail/handle and
    when you pull it back (it only pulls back a little bit) leaves you
    acess the hop up system.

    The next few pics are important to new owners. The back sight is made
    from a very brittle alloy. There are two actual apertures. One is nice
    and solid but the other is very thin. You can flip one up to change
    from one aperture to the other. But one is always up. when the weaker
    one is up the back sight protectors don't protect it.
    During transport I had the G36 in a bag and when I got home I found
    the weaker of the two sights had broken off. I tried to super glue it
    back on but it broke of over and over again. The Design of it is bad
    because it rotates back so the weaker of the two sights is down but can
    be snapped off if any backward pressure is put on the strong one.
    You can see the thickness difference in the below pics between the sights:

    The Magazines a light plastic and they clip together which is neat.
    They hold 470 BB's each and need to be winded a bit when you empy
    half the mag. As they are Hi-Caps they are noisy. I would love
    to get the drum 3000 cap magazine and this Airsoft gun would be ideal
    for light support where firing from a fixed position:

    Over all the G36 fired at 320fps at Muzzle and dropped to about 250fps
    at 7meters/25ft ish.

    After firing it for even just a few rounds I got that distinctive electric
    motor kind of smell. I know the manuals all say this is normal for new guns
    but I have not got the smell with any of my other AEG's Hopefully
    this is nothing to worry about.


  • Registered Users Posts: 1,700 ✭✭✭Loobz

    A pic of me and my Scar-L

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  • Closed Accounts Posts: 1,314 ✭✭✭Fiach Dubh

    High time I got some pictures of my AKs74N up.


    VFC AKs74N with Classic Army GP-30 underslung and Kobra Collimator sight.


    40mm grenades and VFC Bakelite mid-caps.


    Rifle with stock folded.