Category Archives: Airsoft Information

What is a Airsoft Mosfet?

 

What is a MOSFET?

A MOSFET means a metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistor. It is a well-known type of Field effect transistors(FET). It can be called an (IGFET) insulated-gate field-effect transistor. A MOSFET is commonly manufactured by well-handled oxidation of silicon. The device conductivity is determined by the voltage of an insulated gate which comes with it. Conductivity change and change in the amount of applied voltage is an alternative for switching or amplifying electronic signals. The birthplace of MOSFET was at Bell-Labs in the year 1959 by Dawn kahng and Martin Atalla.

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King Arms Rifle Grade Types

King Arms Rifle Grades:

Sport Series: Entry-Level with Economical price! The Sport Series
is granted the title “The King of mobility” with its lightweight & fine performance

Main material: Nylon Fibre

Ultra Grade: An Upgraded version of the sports Series! Attractive pricing with the perfect balance of weight and durability! It’s Perfect for newer players

Main Material: Zinc: Nylon Fibre.

Ultra Grade II : Upgraded version of the Ultra-Grade! Same attractive pricing with
the perfect balance of gearbox & Mosfet assembly as the new features they bring better control over the weapon to all platers

Advanced: The Advance range is built to outperform the pricing & quality!
Enjoy the highest capacity of price values with high-performance gearbox & full metal construction.

Main Material: Zinc Alloy / Nylon Fibre

Elite: A Semi – Professional airsoft build with the latest airsoft technology and full features, Outstanding performance and exceptional quality! Unstoppable momentum once you get your hand on the grip!

Main Material: CNC 6065 Aluminium alloy / Steel / Nylon Fibre

 

Tokyo Marui HK416 DEVGRU

Tokyo Marui HK416 Devgru – £575

The Tokyo Marui Next Generation recoil series has been a massive step forward in airsoft due to the fantastic recoil and blowback action built into an AEG (Automatic electric gun). We’ve seen mechanical blowback and pneumatic blowback before in AEGs , but no company has done a recoil system as efficiently as Tokyo Marui. Sure there’s the BOLT recoil AEGs, but Tokyo Marui have put so much work into making sure the recoil action doesn’t harm the receiver, piston or any other internal parts of the gearbox, it all moves in perfect synchronisation.

Now onto the model itself, it’s based off of the DEVGRU (Seal Team Six) model and comes with the quick detach flash hider & supressor as well as a Tango Down style foregrip. The crane stock is also different from the standard HK416 stock. The batteries are situated in the crane stock, but is wired to take Tokyo Marui’s own battery configuration without a Tamiya or Deans connector, however we offer a free service to fit either of these connections on making it easier to use 8.4v, 9.6v or 7.4v batteries. We do not recommend using 11.1v LiPo batteries unless it has been modified by a technician to do so. The trigger response on 7.4v batteries is brilliant out of the box anyway.

The mid capacity magazines can hold up to 82 rounds, but can also be adjusted to hold only 30 rounds for milsim games. 430 round high capacity magazines are also available, however this does eliminate the functioning bolt stop when it runs out of ammunition. Both the HK416 and M4 Stanag type magazines work in the HK416.

As expected from Tokyo Marui, the FPS is approximately 280 with every one of their models, but this in no way hinders the performance of the RIF. The range and accuracy out of the box is brilliant. If you feel you need to change or upgrade the hop system then a Maple Leaf hop rubber with a ZCI 6.02mm tightbore barrel is a great combination for brilliant performance.

Why not finish off the Seal Team Six look with an Eoech replica 558, a PEQ-15 and an M600 torch. Keep an eye on our bundles section for upcoming deals on Tokyo Marui Next Gen series.

Airsoft and the Law

Airsoft and airsoft guns occupy a bit of a grey area of British law. For years, the government failed to differentiate replica firearms and airsoft guns from the real thing. The result? An intolerant legal system with little sympathy for authentic airsoft enthusiasts and heavy limitations on legitimate businesses. From the 2nd May 2017 the Policing & Crime Act (2017) introduced an exception from the classification for airsoft guns as firearms, so long as they meet certain criteria. But it’s taken us quite a while to get here…
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