Check out one of the newest patterns to come out of the A-TACS line. The LE (Law Enforcement) edition pattern is available for purchase at www.schottfabrics.com.
The A-TACS LE camouflage print was developed in conjunction with law enforcement professionals. It has been described as a uniform meant to be a “show of force” pattern, not designed for concealment. This definitely seems to be the case, as this pattern is both stylish and recognizable. Be prepared to see tactical entry teams and specialized units to start sporting these colors.
For every purchase of an A-TACS uniform including the LE pattern, Digital Concealment Systems will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Spirit of Blue Foundation, which is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing officer safety and fulfilling LE safety equipment and training needs.
Will A-TACS LE be as famous as the LAPD blue uniform? At this point, only time will tell. Comment below if that is a pattern that you’d be interested in, and visit the Airsoft GI Facebook to check out the latest news!
Check out this article on Journalstar.com regarding an altercation that occurred between an police and a man with an airsoft gun.
In the scenario listed in the article, a suspicious man was approached by a police officer. The man reportedly announced and attempted to reach for a gun. The officer was able to disarm the man, and fought with the officer for five minutes before a second officer was able to come. The two officers were able to make an arrest on the man.
Further inspection of the gun was disarmed from the man turned out to be a Walther PPK airsoft gun. Naturally, the required orange tip was non existent. The officer reported that the pistol looked and felt very real and he was very worried that if he had lost the fight, he may have had to face the deadly weapon.
While this situation resulted in no injuries or fatalities, a major concern for Lincoln Police Chief Jim Peschong is that using or brandishing an airsoft gun can escalate a situation into use of deadly force.
What is the lesson we learn here as airsoft players?
Use your airsoft guns responsibly, and do not brandish them at ANYONE. By doing so, whatever tense situation is at hand will only be made far worse by the introduction of an airsoft gun. In a high stress situation, your airsoft gun will be mistaken for a real firearm, and the response from the public, and the police, will be appropriate for a firearm.
It is up to US to show the public that we can be responsible individuals. Please exercise all gun safety rules, and treat your airsoft gun like a real firearm.
KWA is a well known airsoft manufacturer that has been creating high quality airsoft guns for some time. From airsoft electric guns to gas blow back airsoft guns, Engineered to Outperform, defines the quality of their products. Externally, the material they use is designed to withhold a serious amount of stress giving the gun the utmost durability. Internally, the parts used in their airsoft guns are matched to the highest degree for the smoothest operation over long periods of operation. Overall, their product truly performs on the field, KWA products stick to their motto, Engineered to Outperform.
The Magpul PTS RM4 Scout Electric Recoil Airsoft Gun by KWA is another step up to KWA’s performance lineup. Internally, the Magpul Scout RM4 features KWA’s newly redesigned 3GX Gearbox with a mechanical / electrical cut off system for a quick and crisp clean shot after every trigger pull. Externally, the Magpul RM4 features a full metal flat top alloy upper receiver in accompany with the Magpul PTS lower receiver. The original pistol grip, stock, and hand guard have been replaced with Magpul PTS products to decrease weight as well as increase comfort when using the airsoft gun. Overall, this is another amazing product from KWA in conjunction with Magpul PTS to produce a high performance, quick response, and lightweight airsoft gun.
Model: RM4 Scout Electric Recoil
Muzzle Velocity: 370-390 FPS
Magazine Capacity: 30rds
Inner Barrel Diameter: 6.05mm
Package Includes: Gun & Magazine
Kinetic Feedback System (KFS)
Full metal alloy flat top upper receiver
Full metal alloy lower receiver
2G high performance bucking
Mechanical / electric cut off system
Magpul PTS RM4 PMAG
Magpul PTS lower receiver
Magpul PTS MOE hand guard
Magpul PTS MOE pistol grip
Magpul PTS MOE stock with recoil pad
Magpul PTS MBUS rear sight
The famous Travis Haley takes some time to speak about airsoft’s capabilities as a training tool for live firearms. Travis Haley is a veteran Force Reconnaissance Marine with 15 years in field. He then served as a security contractor before joining Magpul & their training divison, Magpul Dynamics. Travis Haley is a leader in strategic and tactical shooting, and is a perfect example of a pioneer in shooting techniques.
In this video, he demonstrates the advantages of using an airsoft gun to train for real steel. Specifically, Travis Haley is using a Tokyo Marui Recoil Shock SCAR-L and M4. TM Recoil Shock AEG’s are some of the most advanced airsoft guns that attempt to replicate a live firearm as much as possible. There are a multitude of advantages to using these sort of airsoft guns for firearm training. Haley lists a number of advantages: (more…)
In some cases, ending up on the news can be a bad thing. However, in this case, The Santa Clarita Valley Signal, a local news company based out in Valencia California, sent a reporter to cover John Lu’s Army Birthday Combat Experience at Rene Valuzat’s Blue Cloud Movie Ranch. Airsoft GI was fortunate enough to participate in the event, and was even featured in the article Luke Money wrote about the event!