Tokyo Marui's Hi-Capa E AEP now comes in a stand alone package (Battery and Charger, Not Included). The gun is as good as ever, with running metal gears and using a rechargeable battery stored in the fixed slide, this pistol can shoot in both full auto and semi-auto modes.
This gun is bound to be as much fun as the other Tokyo Marui AEPs, if not more, to be able to shoot full-auto! The chamber design has apparently been improved, increasing the performance even at long ranges. It also boasts a claimed range of 50 metres to add to that.
Building on the immense success of the M4A1, Marui has released its own RIS version of this popular rifle with a mock laser unit mounted atop to conceal a small battery. The inside construction of the rail is of metal and therefore gives the RIS M4A1 a little more weight up front when compared against its stock counterpart.
Tokyo Marui's G18C AEP now comes in a stand alone package (Battery and Charger, Not Included). The gun is as good as ever, with running metal gears and using a rechargeable battery stored in the fixed slide, this pistol can shoot in both full auto and semi-auto modes.
A Infinity style electric blowback pistol from Marui. Uses 4 AAA alkaline / rechargeable batteries like the other EBBs in Marui's lineup. Slides moves back on each shot. Semi-auto action. Has fixed hop-up for up to 25 meters of travel. Stick type magazine is removable and reloadable.
The famous Czech gun, that was used by Soviet Tankers and still in service in many countries, is now available in an electric-powered replica form from Tokyo Marui. It features the AEP innards, as found in the much-loved Marui MP7, and is also powered by a 7.2.v Micro EX battery.
Armed with 4 AAA alkaline batteries, this pistol makes having to struggle with pulling back the slide after each shot a thing of the past. Stick type magazine is removable and reloadable. Get semi-automatic action now!
PS90 is the semi-automatic carbine version of the P90 developed by FN. It was designed for civilian use. The original P90 (Project 90), developed in the late 1980s, was originally categorized as a PDW (Personal Defence Weapon).
This brand new replica of the AKS74N from Tokyo Marui really does look the part, complete with a beautiful wooden handguard. Recreated as faithfully as legally allowed, the Tokyo Marui AKS74N has been created to look as near to the early models of the AK74 as possible.
The DELTA HK416D includes international symbols for Safe, Semi-Automatic, and Fully automatic, a redesigned retractable stock with a removable butt stock, a AR type pistol grip, and attached to the rifle is a new single-piece hand guard with a free floating Metal RIS system, used for mounting accessories.
A true classic faithfully reproduced by TM, the AK47 sports a solid stock that accommodates a large battery. Cycling the metal charging handle is pure music. Metal parts include barrel assembly, magazine, bolt, trigger, firing selector and range adjustable sights. Find our full review in our reviews section. Metal sling mounts allow attachment of sling.
A variation of the standard FN P90, the TR version replaces the integrated red-dot scope with an RIS sight rail, and provides two additional side rails for the installation of accessories. A full metal SOCOM silencer is included as well. The color of the body is a slightly lighter grey to differentiate the TR version with the standard version.