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(@kiwi432)
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Some good news, it seems a C02 revolver is about to be released by ASGK.

A friend of mine who runs a airsoft shop in Taiwan has recently taken stock of these guns. He won't tell me any more information yet.

Heres a small video

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Topic starter Posted : 15/10/2014 10:02 am




Raffles
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Well,guess I'm getting British kit now! lol :D

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Posted : 15/10/2014 3:26 pm




dadio
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Looks nice ,I can see a lot of Tanaka m10's on the second hand market soon.

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Posted : 15/10/2014 6:44 pm




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Awesome! I'll take two!

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Posted : 15/10/2014 10:59 pm




Iceman
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That looks awesome, except I'm a little worried about the FPS. My experience from CO2 revolvers is that they shoot as hot as sniper rifles, we had to ban them from our games because people using them as sidearms, shooting from 10 feet away.

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Posted : 16/10/2014 6:54 am




askhati
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Most of these CO2 sidearms have a (recoil) spring somewhere in the design that controls the amount of force exerted on the pressure chamber - and thus the amount of gas released. Reducing the power of this spring drops the FPS accordingly, making them more legal - I've seen guys taking a 500+FPS Dan Wesson down to less than 350FPS after only 5 minutes of working.

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Posted : 16/10/2014 7:40 am




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Just use a PPS gas cartridge and your gas of choice. No need to run CO2 and, no need to mod hammer springs or shells either.



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Posted : 16/10/2014 7:47 am




Kendo
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This has made my lunchtime. :happyswing:

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Posted : 16/10/2014 12:30 pm




oddball
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I want one is it metal is sounds and looks it?

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Posted : 17/10/2014 6:39 am




Von Straffham
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seems some confusion around this, can OP confirm its definately an airsoft gun? Only ask as Webley themselves are doing this gun as a 100yr fully licensed and marked anniversary special in CO2 form, but firing 4.5mm metal bb's at around 3 joules! They have confirmed they are not doing an airsoft version of it. The video does appear to show the box with 6mm on it however. Anyone throw any light on this?
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Posted : 17/10/2014 4:22 pm




(@kiwi432)
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Hello

I can confirm for sure that it is a 6mm gun and it is metal. ASGK have also released a few other ww2 co2 pistols at the same time. Like a C96 and I think there was a couple of others but I can't remember them atm.

Also it looks like the power can be reduced like the other revolvers but if it was green gas would just be so much easier.

will hopefully have some more details soon :D

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Topic starter Posted : 18/10/2014 4:50 am




Von Straffham
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Hello

I can confirm for sure that it is a 6mm gun and it is metal. ASGK have also released a few other ww2 co2 pistols at the same time. Like a C96 and I think there was a couple of others but I can't remember them atm.

Also it looks like the power can be reduced like the other revolvers but if it was green gas would just be so much easier.

will hopefully have some more details soon :D

Thanks for that, look forward to hearing more! My confusion arose as the box for the gun in the video you posted looks identical to the 4.5mm version Webley themselves are doing. Also ASGK don't make airsoft guns, they are a trade organisation afaik, hence why ASGK logo appears on many guns from different manufacturers, so would be interested to know who actually makes it?



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Posted : 18/10/2014 6:45 am




Von Straffham
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Maybe I'm thinking too deeply but. . . . it will be interesting to see how this pans out as Webley have said they are not doing an airsoft version, and are very much a current company so legally it could get interesting if another company makes an unlicensed copy in which case we'll probably never see it in the UK. . . . unless they ARE doing a licensed version but were keeping it under wraps, in which case you heard it here first!
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Posted : 18/10/2014 7:02 am




ww2stu
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Maybe I'm thinking too deeply but. . . . it will be interesting to see how this pans out as Webley have said they are not doing an airsoft version, and are very much a current company so legally it could get interesting if another company makes an unlicensed copy in which case we'll probably never see it in the UK. . . . unless they ARE doing a licensed version but were keeping it under wraps, in which case you heard it here first!
:giggle:

China wont care about that :giggle: , it will just come with out trades. Even if its not sold in the UK it can easily be imported.

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Posted : 18/10/2014 9:03 pm




(@kiwi432)
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Wops I meant WG not ASGK not sure why I wrote that. Am not sure about trade marks yet but will keep asking

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Topic starter Posted : 20/10/2014 1:39 pm




askhati
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Trades could always be added after-market with some laser engraving? For a small item like that, it shouldn't break the bank.

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Posted : 20/10/2014 2:32 pm




Raffles
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And guess who just got a CNC machine capable of engraving alloys! :giggle:

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Posted : 20/10/2014 4:16 pm




dieselmonkey
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I need/want/must have one of these. Someone point me at a retailer when they come out!

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Posted : 20/10/2014 8:17 pm




Raffles
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I need/want/must have one of these. Someone point me at a retailer when they come out!

I second that! Far too many ww2 weapons seem to arrive unnoticed if they arrive at all.

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Posted : 20/10/2014 9:44 pm




Von Straffham
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The guy that made the Youtube clip in the OP also has a few other interesting clips, the Russian Nagant 1896 revolver looked interesting for the Russian fans.



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Posted : 20/10/2014 10:57 pm




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