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Jan10

Cybergun Acquires BIOVAL Technologies

Written by // SlickAxe Categories // Special

What will happen to the BIOVAL BB's?

CYBERGUN announced today that they have acquired BIOVAL Technologies, well known because of their BIOVAL BBB's.

Cybergun Acquired Bioval

CYBERGUN improves their position in the airsoft market with the acquisition of Swiss company BIOVAL Technologies, BIOVAL can be considered as the leading manufacturer of high quality Bio bb's.

BIOVAL Technologies was working for several years on the "gulf like" DIMPLEX BBB's and the TSV impact system. We hope Cybergun will continue and speed-up the development of these products. They already announced to continue the development of the TSV impact system, which can lead the airsoft world into a more competitive and professional gameplay. Till today we heared nothing about the TSV system anymore...

For more information please visit the website of CYBERGUN and BIOVAL Technologies.

 

Mar21

Cybergun acquires Swiss Arms

Categories // Special

Cybergun Airsoft LogoThe Cybergun acquisition strike continues with the acquisition of a real arms manufacturer, Swiss Arms.  which is more of a shares-swap deal. Bioval was already in a close relation with Swiss Arms, this might be a logical next step for Cybergun.

You want a SIG 550/551/'2/'etc. with real trades??? Looks like the world will soon be knocking at CYBERGUN'S door a little bit harder, as Cybergun announces at the IWA Show in Nurnburg, Germany they are acquiring Swiss Arms in a major new Cybergun deal.

Coverage again by several European financial services and sites show that the maker of SIG SG550-series carbines and rifles will have a much-more direct working relationship than their original marketing/licensing agreements that brought clear-plastic SIG guns to the Airsoft marketplace.



Foreshadowing their Swiss Arms announcement, we saw this poster at Cybergun's SHOT Show 2011 Display area 'Among the iconic models marketed by the company include the range SG550, SG551 and SG552 team that many armies around the world, as the French GIGN and the U.S. Navy SEALS.'

Apr21

Cyma MP5-J

For the price of a Marui battery, you get a great expensive looking and feeling mp5-j.



Introduction
This review is not about one of the new 300+ euro/dollar/pound aeg's that’s out from Marui or CA. Nope, its about a surprising bargain from Cyma. Cyma you say, isn't that the cheap stuff from China? Yes you would have been right, up to now cyma mostly produced very cheap feeling and badly produced airsoft equipment. Imagine my surprise when they released the mp5-j on the market, known to Cyma as the Cyma023.



Out of the box
The package arrived and the box already looked interesting. Its a well produced brown "professional" looking box. All the items are neatly packaged, it comes with:

    * Battery and charger
    * Top RIS rail, red dot
    * Silencer and normal muzzle
    * Fast loader and cleaning rod
    * 2 magazines 1 standard low-cap and 1 automatic high-cap(!)
    * Screwdriver, 300bb's, safety glasses, sling



A very complete and total package if you ask me...

First impressions
Taking the gun out of the box makes you think that Cyma mistakenly put a Classic Army or ICS mp5 in the box. The gun is heavy and feels sturdy. There is no creaking or flexing. The finish is very good, there are two different kind of plastics used on this mp5. One type is grained and textured and used on the lower receiver and foregrip. The other type smooth and looks very metal like. Size is of course similar to the real thing:

    * Length 58-74
    * Weight about 2 kilo


The magazines
This gun comes with an amazing amount of gear, the most important stuff apart from the mp5 are the magazines. The first one is the standard long magazine which takes about 24 bb's.It's well made and feels heavy and metal-like even though it’s plastic. The spring is quite strong, and you can actually see the bb's on the rear of the magazine through a small transparent strip. The fit is very thight, it takes some practice to get it in the gun quickly. However because of the thight fit there is not rattle of flex.
In a weird way, it's kind of fun to see the spring guide move up with every shot. You are going to know when the magazine is empty, which can be a tactical advantage. Having only 24 bb's however is not, enter the high cap:



The second magazine is an automatic high cap. It looks like a double magazine, the "Second" magazine even has a few fake bullets in it. The bullets slide backwards to reveal an opening for the bb's. Filling is quick and easy. The magazine then has to be wound-up. The high cap also has a sturdy fixation to the gun, and it has worked flawlessly up to now. You do notice when the last bb has been fired, as the remaining spring pressure is released in a loud "whirr". I have seen this high-cap magazine sold separately for around 75% of the price of the total package.

The tour
The stock rails are metal and this gives the gun a very sturdy and cold feel. A rubber piece is attached to the plastic shoulder plate for a good fixation to your shoulder. The stock is held in place by a locking lever, which makes a reassuring "clunk" sound when you lock the stock. It has two locking positions so you can adjust the length of the stock to your taste.



The mp5 comes with a detachable short top RIS rail. The rail is plastic and can be snapped on. Cyma supplies also 4 screws and a screwdriver to fix the RIS rail to the top of the receiver. Also supplied, well normally as I didn't get one, should be a red dot sight which you can screw onto the RIS rail. There are 2 sling points on the gun, the rear one is metal and the front, plastic. The mode select switch has a soft feel to it and it moves a bit too easy from the safe to the semi and auto modes. However it does stay in place once you leave it. The trigger is ABS and needs medium pressure.



There is also a cocking lever on the mp5, which actually functions. You can slap it back and forth all day if you like. Of course doing so has zero use, apart from strengthening your wrist muscles. The fore grip hides the real small 400mah 4.4 volt battery, which comes with its own charger. Opening the fore grip could not be easier, after opening the lock the whole thing swivels out front to back. The battery fits tight and doesn’t rattle. Amazingly for such a low power battery I fired already 600-800 rounds with it and its still going.

Performance
The gearbox seems to be a copy of the Tokyo Marui boy’s gearbox. This in this price range is a good thing. The claimed output is around 170FPS using 0.12 bb's. I have done both semi and auto tests at 3,5,7 and 10 meters distance. The grouping is tight up to 7 meters. Effective range is around 20 meters, of course it won't penetrate paper anymore at that range. The flight path of the BB is badly affected by this gun main problem; the absence of a hop-up. Of course you can always point the gun 45 degrees and shoot the bb's ballistic..



The claimed fire rate is around 10 per second, I timed it and got about 8 per second. That still empties the high-cap in 14 seconds. Great for supporting fire! No one will know that the bb's don’t make it over 20 meters, the sound alone will scare them. That’s another good thing about the mp5; it does make quite a racket.

Overall
The most important thing to remember during reading of this review is the price. This is a quality gun, heavy, well made, lots of metal parts, and enormous amounts of extra kit. Detailing is very good; you’ll find a lot of fake weltmarks on the right places. The most amazing part of this gun is the price, so much quality, metal and fun for only 64 euros. That even includes the taxes. The high-cap magazine alone can be found on the net for around 50 euros.

Final Grading
Appearance: 5 out of 5: Even if it was 300 euro it would still be good
Build quality 4 out of 5: some small plastic irregularities
Performance 4 out of 5: in its class its great
Upgrade-ability: 4 out of 5: well there is a RIS rail.
Value for money: 5 out of 5: Best deal ever if you like mp5's


Photo below: Green = metal, Blue = Rubber.
Apr17

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Apr20

ESS Announces Official Entry into Airsoft Market

On april 10th ESS officially announced their introduction to the airsoft market. ESS is a well known manufacturer of glasses and goggles but never made specific airsoft wear. Uptill now! In this article we will review their newly introduced Profile Airsoft w/ Cortex Clip.

Stay tuned for the review!

External links
Additional information about Airsoft eye protection and the new ESS Airsoft product line can be found at www.essairsoft.com

 

 

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