Monday, December 19, 2011

Blaser R93 Tactical Airsoft version update

Well apparently cybergun has the rights for this, and it appeares as thought they are planning to sell this worldwide very soon, I emailed them and shocking, they didnt respond. It looks as though they will be selling it under their sig sauer label as the Blaser LRS2 Sniper, Below is a link to their page

Blaser LRS2 Sniper

Edit: 12/22/11 Finally someone is importing it to the us!!!!!!! currently unaivalable but it is signs of progress.

King Arms Blaser at Evike

Friday, December 9, 2011

VSR 10 Hop Up Arm

Found this new product. below is from the product webpage

"Here we are again with another eagle6 product, made by us on a CNC machine in hard plastic. The idea here is to improve on the marui hop design which doesnt account for high power and heavy ammo thats used outside of japan. The principle is simple the arm has a steeper slit in the center. Thus when you adjust your VSR with an Eagle6 arm installed it cuases the ammo to hop sooner. If your using 0.2s this obviously will result in skyed shots. But if your using 0.28 and over what youll see is more spin applyed to the heavy ammo. What your aimming for with ANY AEG or Sniper is too be ABLE to go too far... you want to see a skyed shot even on HEAVY ammo. Then you know your guns reaching its fullest potential. Then you bring it back to what YOU are happy with as your ideal shot. We also machined it a little wider for a better fit in the vsr hop unit hopefully removing an side to side flex or movement. We do small batch runs so any snipers out there that want to contribute to the design or feel that the early or later timing needs adjusting let us know on the email and we can look into it for future versions or bring out a third type."

Sounds awesome, wish I had a vsr to try it out in. maybe I will pick one up again!

Monday, December 5, 2011

Intro to Scout Sniper Airsoft and Explanation part 2

With the start of Operational Detachment Omega (ODO) and being integrated into the teamwork aspect of airsoft things were going really well. I began being more and more involved in the milsim side of airsoft and that is where my passion was. Shure skirmishes are fun and who doesnt like shooting people out, but to me it was so much more rewarding to sit up on a hill in concealment and call out enemy troop movements to my team and perform as more of a reconassaince role than just pulling the trigger and shooting someone out.

A few of the core members of ODO

ODO was going well and peaked in July of 2010 where we helped host a SERE style event with the Praetorian Guard Airsoft team. Several members fo ODO participated in this 36 hour operation designed to test the mental and physical toughness of airsofters. It was a blast.

After the SERE event we had a few other ops for the year. The Winter of 2011 was extremely slow and airsoft pretty much fell off the map. Once spring rolled around things picked up a little but for the most part everything had changed. ODO began difficult to manage several things happened that hindered the core members drive for airsoft. Military deployments took away two members, real life issues unfortunately affected us all to where we were only able to have 1-2 members present at an op. We were able to recruit  a little bit but for the st part airsoft was limping along. It was no where near what it was in 2009, and 2010.

Life definitely started getting in the way. People's family commitments and the military deploying people to Afghanistan really hurt our numbers. We recruited a few other members but for the most part it just kind of fizzled out. In July of 2011 the I realized that for me the reward was no longer worth the effort involved in running and organizing an airsoft team. For those of you team leaders out there, you know how difficult it is. Some issues in my personal life came up and it pushed me over the edge of being able to manage it all so I stepped down as team leader. I will not speak to the future of the team as it is not my place.
Still wanting to play airsoft and be involved I decided to start the Scout Sniper Airsoft brand. Airsoft is more than just shooting people with plastic BB's to me, it is the experience. I am in it for the military simulation aspect which is why I chose "scout sniper" in respect to the Marine Corps Scout Sniper platoons. I enjoy the scouting / reconnaissance aspect of airsoft and I am perfectly happy sitting in a bush all day and calling out enemy team movements over the radio and not firing a single shot.
Also from the Marine Corps is where the "SS" comes from. I have had several inquiries especially from people in Europe about it and although the Nazi's have given it a bad rap it has nothing to do with them. So if if you are offended by the "S" in my logo I want you all to know that it has nothing to do with Nazi's