Blog & Reviews

The Project – Part 1

So after deciding what gun would be the main part of the project, I ordered a job lot from one place. I looked high and low for the right place but settled with Novritsch, a fairly new Airsoft seller but one that’s made a big impact over the last few years. I settled with them…

The project – Pre Part 1

We all like a project and I don’t see airsoft like other sports, I cant imagine spending hrs honing cricket kit or fishing rods with a set of webbing in front of me it will last all day long. You can just buy a gun off the shelf add a battery, air tank or gas…

Wolverine MTW long term review

My weapon of choice is the Wolverine MTW Billet 7″ standard generation 1 which i’ve owned for just over 7 months as I write this. I purchased it to replace an epic hard working Tippmann carbine CQB HPA, so it had big boots to fill. Why replace the Tippy with the MTW? Simple answer is…

Phoenix Total Combat – New Airsoft site in the North West

This review is kind of premature due to the fact that although it’s opened it’s also undergoing many changes weekly. All my findings are based on the the first Bomb Up Airsoft operated game, the site is largely untouched from previous use. A direct quote form Bomb Up Airsoft themselves “Based in Warrington, Cheshire, Phoenix…

Hells Airsoft – Site Review

So Hell’s Airsoft is located in Derby just of the A50 with great access from either the M6 or M1. The site is located on a farm with good ample parking and overflow for the busy days. Safety Brief The brief was well conducted with a video to ensure nothing is left out and finished…

Do Suppressors work?

Well in short of course they work on real firearms but do they work in Airsoft. Many players have mock suppressors giving that authentic look but they do add a decent amount of weight. Sadly the weight they add is in the wrong place right at the front making it front heavy so there is…

Carrier Tips & Tricks

I’m very specific about how I do a magazine change and how I store them. I start with 5 full magazine’s across the front of my vest/plate carrier and if i’m using a cut down belt kit, I always ensure when loaded I always have an empty slot. The empty slot is always there for…

Tippmann Carbine A2 – Long Term review

So fellow Cake eaters this one is from the heart, sadly after writing this I was forced to sell my beloved Tippman Carbine. The good news is the accompanied videos, words and memories will live on. So first things first, why did I buy a the Tippmann Carbine CQB? Well that’s easy after resurrecting my…

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