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#1 KincaidBass

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Posted 09 January 2011 - 10:32 AM

so i was watching an airsoftgi KWA interview and Allen from KWA said that when you guys are developing airsoft guns you use the real steel version, break it down, then begin to work on the airsoft. with that said i was thinking about the m93r because i've heard their prices are pretty rediculous and also they're really hard to get ahold of. I was just wondering if you guys actually used a real beretta m93r to use as a model for your airsoft version

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Posted 11 January 2011 - 04:32 PM

Short Answer: yes, someone studied the movements and re-engineered a similar functioning model.


Now a ridiculous answer:
:shiftyninja: a million years ago before airsoft was invented, there lived a tribe of ninja engineers, or Ninjaneers.  These ninjaneers loved guns, but couldn't own any in Japan. (After all, ninjas fight to the honorable death by the tip of a sword.)  So they went across the world and studied guns from varied types and places, all over.  And from the Ninjaneers, they developed guns based off the function and observations of the real counterparts.

These Ninjaneers banded together into working communes of Airsoft awesomery and started companies which came KWA. And from the wise old ninjaneer masters, came the KWA M93R series.

The other Ninjaneers had died out early on when they tried to invent airsoft swords.  But these swords were too realistic.

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Posted 11 January 2011 - 05:36 PM

lmao @ ninjaneers

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Posted 11 January 2011 - 10:19 PM

Word of the day: Awesomery

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Posted 11 February 2011 - 10:19 PM

View PostSpiggy, on 11 January 2011 - 04:32 PM, said:

Short Answer: yes, someone studied the movements and re-engineered a similar functioning model.


Now a ridiculous answer:
:shiftyninja: a million years ago before airsoft was invented, there lived a tribe of ninja engineers, or Ninjaneers.  These ninjaneers loved guns, but couldn't own any in Japan. (After all, ninjas fight to the honorable death by the tip of a sword.)  So they went across the world and studied guns from varied types and places, all over.  And from the Ninjaneers, they developed guns based off the function and observations of the real counterparts.

These Ninjaneers banded together into working communes of Airsoft awesomery and started companies which came KWA. And from the wise old ninjaneer masters, came the KWA M93R series.

The other Ninjaneers had died out early on when they tried to invent airsoft swords.  But these swords were too realistic.
they succeeded at the ninja swords. they're called nerf mass produced crap.




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