KSC M1911A1 .45 US Army- LAUNCH SALE


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LAUNCH SALE! Until first production run stocks last!

Made in Japan
Operating principle: Gas blowback airsoft, semiautomatic
Ammunition: 6mm BB
Availability: Ships on May 17th

Brand new 2006 release that brings most -realistic-ever gas blowback airsoft version of WWII-era US ArmyM1911A1 pistol to fortunate hands of World War II airsoft re-enactors and collectors.

What makes this model the most realistic ever? High realism finish all across with authentic WWII-era markings, high quality and real lining, real-type hammer, functional firing pin and barrel locking mechanism.

Shooting performance is boosted by high-performance piston that has actual sizing (15mm). Disassembly is identical to real M1911A1 and internal airsoft gun mechanism parts are well hidden from view.

Finally one of the best points of KSC M1911A1 is it's affordable price despite all the high-end model features.

Our special release sale will last as long as the first production stocks last. Extra magazines, ammo and gas are available in accessories section.

KSC M1911A1 .45 US Army technical data:

Lenght: 218mm
Width: 33mm
Weight: 750g
Magazine capacity: 14+1

Basic information about the hobby

Airsoft explained
Airsoft is paintball-type recreational game that is played in indoors (CQB), outdoors and at organized mass events that range from World War II re-enactment to fictional Special Forces operations. The common point of all of these events is the use of airsoft guns and airsoft gun accessories. Airsoft started as a hobby in Japan back in 1980s and is now common in many other countries.

Unlike in paintball BB hit from airsoft gun doesn’t leave a mark, but stings a bit. This allows use of smaller and more lightweight pellets that hurt less and make less mess. This also allows completely different design of the airsoft gun when compared with paintball guns. Many of our Japanese made airsoft guns are highly detailed products that have incredible attention to the detail. You will be surprised about how well some of these airsoft guns are constructed.

Airsoft guns explained
Airsoft guns range from affordable light powered 10-year old toy guns to serious hobbyist custom guns that cost several thousand dollars a piece. They are either spring, gas or electric operated and have special features such as various blowback mechanisms or accuracy barrels.

In most countries owning airsoft gun doesn’t require license or special arrangements.

Tokyo Marui Automatic Electric Guns explained
The Marui Automatic Electric Guns (AEG) are operated by central mechanism called Gearbox and electric motor that derivates from RC-cars. The electric motor uses small 8.4v battery as power source and rotates the gears inside the gearbox that in turn cock the piston back and release it forward in high repeating speed. This creates high rate of fire of about 750rds per minute with muzzle velocity of about 80m/s with 0.20g BB (264 FPS).

The typical accessories you need for airsoft gun
The basic items to have to get started are BBs, power source (battery or gas) and protective goggles or mask. If you use Tokyo Marui Automatic Electric Gun (AEG) you will need battery charger for the batteries unless you already have one. It is also good idea to have battery discharger to maintain battery lifespan by discharging the batteries before re-storaging them after use.

Maintenance and ease of use
Airsoft guns are quite maintenance free and simple to use. Occasional injection of silicon oil will be mostly enough and basic external cleaning after use in outdoors.

Fundamentally airsoft guns are designed for paintball-type gaming and hence are in safe power levels as long as protective gear is worn. It stings a bit through your clothing when BB hits you. Use of protective facemask is mandatory to protect face and eyes. The pellets are lightweight 6mm and 8mm BBs that weight typically around 0.25g each. Effective range is generally about 20 meters for pistols, 40-50 meters for submachine guns and 50 meters for rifles and machine guns.

We ship internationally and have experience of shipping all types of models to different countries. In most countries no license is required for model or airsoft guns. The countries where we do not ship are Netherlands, Australia and Singapore.

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