The WE MSK GBBR Is Now Available for Sale!

This gun has been a pretty widely anticipated release.  I know a lot of video gamers out there are fans of this gun from the popular Call of Duty and Battlefield franchises and now you can get an awesome airsoft gun version.  The MSK is a very futuristic gun with an aluminum upper receiver, polymer lower receiver, ambidextrous controls, and a high tech stock.  The blow back action is crisp and provides amazing feedback to the shooter when fired.  Though the entire gun is really nice, the pièce de résistance on this gun is the trigger.  The trigger pull has absolutely no slack in it and the breaking point is smooth and decisive.  Additionally, since the trigger has such tight tolerances the reset is very quick which will allow for rapid and accurate follow up shots.  Combine the aforementioned features and build construction with the carbine length barrel that’s featured on this GBBR and you have a fantastic airsoft gun capable of amazing CQB and long distance play.

If you’re at all interested in the WE MSK, and you should be, then give our customer service line a call at (909) 869-0671 during business hours to place your order.

The All-New WE Tech SMG-8: Packing a Punch


Watch out folks, the all-new WE Tech SMG-8 has just hit the streets. For all you high speed operators out there, this gun may very well be the next gun you’ve been waiting for. At four pounds and fourteen ounces this compact, modular, and lightweight, SMG packs plenty of punch, at an affordable price.


Solid External Construction

Overall, the external construction of this airsoft gun is superb. It is constructed of an extremely high quality polymer, that gives it the heft and feel of its real steel counterpart, which is also constructed with a polymer receiver. WE Tech has been in the airsoft industries for quite a while and they have developed a strong reputation of producing high quality external bodies for their gas blow back airsoft guns.


Removable Side Rails.

The front end of the gun features two removable metal 1913 Picatinny (one on the right and one on the left). This is a nice option if you want to shave some weight off your gun and while also slimming it down. Additionally, the gun comes with a monolithic upper rail, allowing you to place an optic on the gun with ease. There is also a bottom rail segment for further attachments.


Solid Locking Three Position Telescopic Stock.

The rear of the gun features the iconic telescoping stock.which can extend into three different positions. This stock solidly locks into place and produces little to no wobble. Also, you will be able to find the two take-down pins at the rear of the gun. Taking down the gun is simple: just push the two take-down pins out and extract the rear plate and bolt carrier group.



Upon arrival, this gun comes with one forty four round magazine, a speed loader, and an extra threaded muzzle adapter. The included magazine is sturdy, and is large enough to fill enough gas to empty the magazine on fully automatic fire.

This gun shoot BBs at around 360 feet per second and is an absolute pleasure to shoot. Due to the full metal construction of the bolt carrier group, this gun features an amazingly concussive recoil when shooting. However, it gets even better. On fully automatic fire, this gun spits out BBs and an amazing rate of fire, great for CQB engagements.

Check it out today at, and remember to use coupon code “sweet16” to save 16% off your purchase.

WE Tech SMG-8

Gas Gun Mystery Box Going Live!

Available for sale: 6:00PM PDT (9:00PM EDT) 09/19/2013
Ship out date: 09/26/2013

This is the ninth Mini Battle Star Mystery Box for 2013. The Mini Battle Star Mystery Box is more like a high end mystery box for a fraction of the price. Contained in this Mystery Box is the H&K MP7, GHK G5 GBBR, as well as two Umarex UZI Gas Blow Back Rifles, and the popular KWA Kriss Vector. There are 29 boxes available and seven of them contain a gun that’s worth more than what you are paying! The individual cost of the seven airsoft guns are worth more than the cost of this mystery box. Not to mention that this box contains the rare KRISS Vector as well as products from Umarex and Combat Machine! The Mini Battle Star Mystery Boxes are on sale for $140.00, for that price you are guaranteed at least $140.00 worth of merchandise and some lucky individuals will get much more than what they paid! What more have you got to lose?

Please Note:

  • We do the very best that we can to randomize the entire process of the mystery box creation. Nevertheless, there is still a probability that if multiple boxes are purchased that duplicate items will be received. In order to maintain the integrity of the mystery box and make it fair to all who participate, no refunds or exchanges will be made for mystery box items. Thank you for your understanding.
  • Mystery Boxes are NOT Canadian Compliant.


Description:  MSRP  Ratio
KWA KRISS Vector Gas Blow Back Airsoft Gun ( NS2 System ) $364.95 1:29
GHK G5 GBBR Airsoft Gun ( Tan ) $295.00 1:29
KWA H&K MP7 GBB Pistol Airsoft Gun ( Licensed by Umarex ) $256.49 1:29
Umarex Full Metal Licensed UZI CO2 Blowback SMG Airsoft Gun $179.99 2:29
Combat Machine M4 Carbine Gas Blow Back Airsoft Gun (Tan) $140.00 12:29
Combat Machine M4 CQB Gas Blow Back Airsoft Gun (Black) $140.00 12:29


One Man with Six Guns?

After watching Boondock Saints, Bob has always wanted to build a six pistol loadout, and in this episode of Tactical Gear Heads, he finally did it. Bob builds a slightly modified set up of that in the movie and uses a variety of magazine and dump pouches to carry his gear. If you like what you see, be sure to check it out on our website!

Gryffon Golem Chest Rig

Lancer Tactical Slick Armor

Lancer Fast Helmet

Modular Helmet Light

Revision Desert Locust Fan Goggles

Zan Neoprene Half Face Mask

Elite Force FM 1911 Co2 Blowback

Condor Dump Pouch

H&K FM HK45 Pistol


KWA 49rd Magpul PTS GBB Mag

Rubber Knife

Tru-Spec Combat Shirt

V-Tac gloves

Hakkotsu Thunder B

KWA KRISS Vector – Why the Hype?

The KRISS Vector by KWA was a much anticipated gas airsoft gun for multiple reasons. The TDI Vector was featured in both movies and video games including Total Recall, Resident Evil: Retribution, Call of Duty and Army of Two. It’s high tech and futuristic look garnered the attention of many viewers and players alike. However, aside from these facts, the main aspect of this sub machine gun that makes it a unique specimen from the rest of its comrades is it’s blowback design.

Originally designed by Renaud Kerbart, the KRISS system allows the bolt and slider to rotate off-axis behind the magazine. When firing an actual bullet, this results in heavily dampened recoil. The video below depicts this cycling mechanism in action.

This unique action, in addition to the barrel being in line with the shooter’s shoulder and hand makes the KRISS Vector’s recoil and muzzle climb extremely reduced. Minimizing the recoil and muzzle climb means that the gun is capable of firing a .45 ACP with the recoil of a .40 S&W or 9mm.

What does this have to do with airsoft you ask? Well, the answer is that KWA recreated the KRISS system faithfully. The KRISS Vector by KWA features the same bolt and slider rotation system as its real steel counterpart. This means that although this is a gas blow back sub-machine gun, there’s is a minimal amount of recoil.


1. Charging Handle
2. Bolt Catch/Release
3. Selector Switch
4. Safety Lever
5. Folding Stock

This KWA gas gun features everything you might expect from a high grade training weapon including a functioning bolt catch, bolt release, and a high grade polymer body. In addition to that, KWA also included a “double tap” two round burst, firing two shots near instantly.

With all the features listed, it is no wonder that the KRISS Vector was such an anticipated release. Was the hype justified? I’d think so, as this gun faithfully recreates the KRISS Vector, unique cycling system and everything, along with all the quality one might expect from KWA.

KRISS Vector