新手买枪必读:日港台BBGun,配件厂商官方网址大全及简评!!

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  2. 日本厂商:
    东京Marui ——
    http://www.tokyo-marui.co.jp/ 个人评价:一流
    电狗(AEG)市场占有率世界第一,除Systema,KSC,TOP以外,所有电狗厂商都是模仿Marui的结构。
    产品开发取向注重射击性能,实用性,可靠性,价格定位较低,但同时结构,外观上的仿真度也较低。
    HOPUP系统公认是最成熟合理的,同级别威力的话,比其他厂商的狗精度,射程明显高出一筹。
    不光是电狗,气狗、手拉在射击性能上也有极为优秀的表现。
    长年积累的生产经验和严谨的品质管理使得她的产品用料并不高级,却有着性能稳定,可靠,个体差小的优势。

    KSC ——
    http://www.ksc-guns.co.jp/ 个人评价:一流
    在注重射击性能的同时尽可能的实现高仿真度,气手狗的种类之多,仿真度之高堪称业界第一。
    在日本的价格定位比Marui稍高高一些,但由于国内市面上的KSC产品基本全是台湾代工版,价格只是日版的60%左右,比marui同类产品还便宜。
    台版品质稍有下降,但从性价比来说是非常合算的,可以说新人收气手狗的首选。
    HOPUP结构也十分优秀,虽然台版的个体差使得对KSC狗精度的评价参差不齐,适当的加以调整,修正的话,可以达到不输Marui的精度和射程。
    最近还推出了做工精良,结构新颖先进的电狗HK33K,由于型号比较冷门,还没有引起足够的反响,今后的发展值得期待。

    WA ——
    日文: http://www.wa-gunnet.co.jp/ 英文:http://www.wa-gunnet.co.jp/english/index.html 个人评价:一流
    拥有业界公认最为成熟完善的BLK系统,后坐的冲击力,速度,可靠性优于其他厂商。
    拥有M1911枪族各厂商和贝雷塔的独家商标使用权,外观,尺寸,刻印的仿真度无人能出其右。
    特别是Colt,Wilson,S&W,SV,Para,Kimber 等1911枪族的型号丰富齐全,零件通用性高,补品繁多,改造自由度大,是1911fans的不二之选。
    虽然在原装气手狗中堪称威力最大,但HOPUP结构设计的不合理,导致15m以后的精度急剧下降,射程也较短。
    还有产品多为面向高端市场,同类枪型价格比其他厂商偏高,令新人望而却步也是她的不足之处。
    不过最近WA正在开发一个新取向的廉价系列产品:精简零件和加工工序,降低成本及售价,改良HOP结构提高射程精度。
    目的是提供高性价比,高实用性的WA产品,让初级用户也能比较轻松的购入,价格定位和marui的手狗差不多。

    Marushin ——
    http://www.marushin-kk.co.jp/ 个人评价:二流
    最有名的CAP狗,模型厂商之一,BB狗却属于二线。以往的气手狗,长狗都是无后坐的,不太受重视,只有左轮还有些价值。
    最近从44automag,M1格兰德开始开发生产BLK狗,后坐相当强烈,2006年5月发售的SIG P210可以说万众期待。
    使用与真子弹相近的8mm大口径BB弹是她的最独特之处,虽然精度较差,但枪口的魄力,大粒BB弹飞出的震撼,是6mm无法比拟的。

    TanioKoba ——
    http://www.taniokoba.co.jp/ 个人评价:一流
    前MGC首席设计师,号称气狗之父的小林太三创建的作坊式小厂商,以擅长设计独特新颖的产品闻名。
    目前出过的气狗只有USP,VP70,鲁格10/22三种,10/22更被誉为气动BLK长狗的极品。
    主要业务内容是为Marui,KSC,Maruzen开发各种实用新颖的配件。

    Hudson ——
    http://www.hudson-mfg.com/ 个人评价:二流
    产品多为CAP狗,气狗的性能,结构都有不足之处,不过只有她有出TT33,M941等冷门气狗。

    CAW ——
    http://www.caw.co.jp/ 个人评价:二流
    产品以配件周边为主,气手狗的补品气阀属于效率重视型,设计非常优秀。
    榴弹发射器十分有名,还有少数的CAP狗和结构仿真度高,做工精美,但性能,可靠性不太好的手拉M700系列。

    Systema(Z-Shot) ——
    日文:http://www.systema-engineering.com/J...home/home.html
    英文:http://www.systema-engineering.com/E...ome/ehome.html 个人评价:一流
    本来是最老牌的电狗补品厂商,以产品品种齐全,性能质量稳定而知名。
    近年来推出了PTW系统(Professional Training Weapon Syetem)的M16系电狗。
    PTWS在尺寸,操作,做工,重量均衡上最大限度的追求真实,波箱的设计,效率,技术含量也远超MaruiAEG。
    但由于目前还处于发展中的阶段,电路,HOPUP结构还有待完善(她的弹道理念是追求自然的抛物线)。
    往往在WG中还不如Marui电狗实用,价格也高出3倍左右,初期投资比较大。
    另外她的结构,零件和其他电狗截然不同,在中国的用户没法享受售后服务,故障,升级问题不好解决。
    尽管如此,这个PTWS还是深受高端用户的好评,最近由于国外订单太多,日本国内一直处于停止供货的状态。
    PTWS宣传视频:
    http://www.systema-engineering.com/J...ystema-e-1.wmv

    KTW ——
    http://ktw-co.ftw.jp/index.html 个人评价:二流
    专门出与其他厂商绝不重复的冷门型号的BB狗,结构基本都是手拉。
    2001年英国的某仓库里发现了100条左右全新的恩费尔德No.4,KTW几经周折进口来以后只把发射机构改成BB,其它全是用真铁的零件。
    既有上述这种收藏极品,也有温彻斯特M73,手拉手狗等价廉物美的产品。

    Laylax ——
    http://www.laylax.com/ 个人评价:一流,二流产品各占一部分
    最为全面的厂商,旗下有11个品牌,几乎涵盖了所有补品零件,WG相关产品,前身是有名的FirstFactry。
    由于产品种类增多,业务范围扩大,更名为Laylax以后,旗下设立了11个品牌,代表不同分类的产品。
    产品的设计,质量,做工都不错,就是价格设定偏高,只向资金充足的玩家推荐。不过个别产品的设计、用料有骗钱之嫌。
    详细请看我写的帖子:http://202.83.221.164/forum/view ... 1%26filter%3Ddigest

    PDI ——
    http://www.x-fire.org/(可能需要用代理才能上) 个人评价:一流
    前几年曾和CA合作开发生产过产品,合作终止后开始完全独自设计生产零件。
    顶级补品零件厂商,设计,用料,做工都是一流的。尤其是高精度的不锈钢零件和各种弹簧,可以说业界第一。
    各厂商狗用6.05mm内管,VSR,APS用激光焊接气缸等,都是不锈钢冷拔工艺制作,内径公差在+-0.004mm以内!
    还有各种电狗,手拉用弹簧:硅铬钢淬油加工,手缠不等间距,完全压缩状态下放置24小时,衰减极小,可说是最好的弹簧,遗憾的是最近听说有假货。
    总之是我现在最喜欢的补品厂商之一。

    KM企画(HEAD1950) ——
    http://www.head1950.com/ 个人评价:一流
    所有厂商的所有气狗,电狗,手拉的补品几乎都有做,非常全面的零件厂商。
    KM的零件在各自的领域里虽算不上第一,但设计、做工、用料都很实在,价格设定也比较合理,性价比很高。
    她的AEG气缸超速型(Warp Cylinder High Speed Type),TN青铜轴瓦是我最喜欢用的,APS2的零件也不错。

    CaromShot ——
    http://www.caromshot.com/ 个人评价:一流
    各种手工改造BB狗,CAP狗;手狗补品,木握把,狗专用涂料厂商。改造狗的涂装可以说是一绝。
    以Marui为素体改造的金属左轮,是左轮中的极品,可惜日本以外的地区几乎没有途径能弄到。

    Smokey's ——
    http://smokeys.jp/gf/ 个人评价:二流
    产品以少量生产的发烧级BB狗,CAP狗,Marui的周边配件为主。全金属RPG7,M82A1是极为奢侈的YY狗。

    Protec ——
    http://www1.kcn.ne.jp/~protec/ 个人评价:一流
    气狗用外接气瓶周边配件,强化弹簧,导杆厂商。
    她的复进簧+导杆套件,全名SSRU(Super Speed Recoil Unit),是业界最好的设计和做工,改造完美手狗的必需品。
    不等间距复进簧RSP系列,也是市贩品中最好的。问题还是日本以外几乎没有卖的。

    Sheriff —— http://www.sheriff.co.jp/Gun'sWay/gunsway.html 个人评价:切削产品一流,铸造产品三流
    以WA的金属零件闻名于世,很多零件只有她一家有做。
    80%的铝,不锈钢零件是铸造品,做工,用料完全不符合她的高昂价格。
    20%的切削制品虽然很好,但比香港同类产品贵将近一倍。除非是钱多,或者别无选择,不然还是SD,PGC的产品比较合算。
    这个厂商最大的特点是可以完全按照顾客的要求订制产品,从金身,零件的外观尺寸,到刻印LOGO什么都可以定做。
    她的钛镀膜T-coat等表面处理技术在业界也是很有名的,一些高档的真铁也采用这种成本高但耐磨性好的表面处理。

    ZEKE ——
    http://www.products-zeke.com/ 个人评价:一流
    金属零件,金身厂商。早期的产品:TanakaUSP,MaruiM92,DE50,MaruzenP99的金身都是铝铸造的,质量做工一般。
    最近的产品全是CNC切削的,7075航空铝素材,尺寸,刻印都是特意去美国从真枪取材的。品质是没话说,难点还是比香港同类产品贵近一倍。
    但可恨的是M945C,P38等金身,也只有她一家出。

    FireFly ——
    http://braintrusters.or.tp/firefly/index-English.htm 个人评价:二流
    以提升性能为目的气狗内部零件为主,也有少数电狗,手拉的补品。
    她的气狗补品基本都是以提升威力,后坐为主,换上以后效果明显,但并不均衡,对耗气量,安定性有负面影响。


    香港厂商:
    G&P ——
    http://www.gp-web.com/ 个人评价:二流
    电狗,补品零件,周边厂商,也是港台最早生产电狗的厂商之一,在日本也有一定的知名度。主要生产各种MaruiAEG零件,M16系电狗,电筒激光等周边产品。
    港台电狗的一大特点就是可以不像日本那样受法律,成本限制,直接生产全金属电狗,这也是最吸引人的地方。
    内部零件多用补品级的,用料足,原装威力也比marui大,但同时普遍存在着个体差大,零件配合不好,精度差等品质管理问题。
    G&P的产品基本不出口欧美,这种经营取向使得她偏重开发配件,基本不出新型电狗,难有进一步发展。

    CA ——
    http://www.classicarmy.com/ 个人评价:二流
    电狗,补品零件厂商。虽然属于老牌,不过近两年才开始崭露头角。
    早期CA产品的品质,安定性不尽人意,口碑也不是很好,不过在最近的M249,M4CQB上看到了一定的进步,已经和G&P并驾齐驱,是个有进取心的厂商。
    由于近年来主要业务是接欧美的订单,CA特别着重于新产品的开发,接连不断的出新型电狗,感觉很有活力。
    但也不可避免的有急功近利,重量不重质等缺点。
    和光出M16系的G&P不同,现在CA已有MP5,HK33(CA33),G36(CA36),M16(M15A4),AK(SLR105 ),M249(CA249)系列面市。
    不过从上面可以看出,由于出口时涉及到版权问题,CA的产品除MP5以外,全是用自己原创的编号和刻印,外观刻印,表面处理上不如G&P仿真度高是很大的遗憾。

    PGC ——
    http://www.pgc.com.hk/index1.html 个人评价:一流
    目前最好的手狗零件,切削金身厂商,做工一流,公差小,安装省力,价格也很合理。
    和她同等品质的SD最近很少出整套金身,只有滑套,所以要想改造全金属手狗,各方面来说PGC都是首选。
    最近开始转型做电狗切削零件,当然品质还是一流。

    Prime ——
    http://www.prime-airsoft.com/home.asp 个人评价:一流二流产品各占一部分
    手狗切削金身,电狗零件厂商。
    本来作为切削产品Prime的做工,用料是没话说的,可不知为何她的产品总是咬合太紧,大部分金身的安装难度很大。
    同类产品PGC比她要省心得多,还便宜一些,本来可以根本不考虑Prime的,可她偏偏非常活跃,总是出一些Fans非常想要的产品,叫人又爱又恨。

    kingArms ——
    http://www.kingarms.com/home.asp 个人评价:一流
    镜桥,RAS,光学军品等周边零件厂商,产品多为仿知名度高,有人气的真品。
    外观仿的很到位,用料,做工实在,价格也合理,是想骚真品又嫌太贵的玩家的福音。
    最近接连不断的推出新产品,还总能搔到玩家的痒处。今后的发展值得期待。
    不过也有极少数产品年和真品尺寸有出入的问题,例如M14的AMRS镜桥。

    SAA(Star Airsoft Accessories) ——
    http://www.starairsoft.com/ 个人评价:三流
    本来是改装套件,周边厂商。最近推出了UMP,M14特战版,还预定要出M249,L85A2等电狗(但其内部零件的品质和国狗属于同一水准)。
    这个厂商的产品我接触过的,加上朋友用过的反馈,结论就是全是垃圾。
    比方说仿KAC的准星照门和ARMS的快拆镜桥,全是铝铸造,照门的距离调节是假的不能动,镜桥的快拆结构根本固定不住,表面处理也很糟。
    做工,用料,实用性根本不行,连样子货都算不上,价格定位又偏高,纯属骗钱的东西。


    台湾厂商:

    警星(Guarder) ——
    http://www.intrudershop.com.tw/whatsnew.asp 个人评价:一流
    除了整狗以外,BB狗,WG所有相关产品都做的全方位厂商,品质一流,甚至超越日本同类厂商。
    警星的产品无论高端还是低端,都对得起她的价格,决不会令人失望。如果一个零件不知道换什么补品好,用警星的至少不会错。

    VFC(GB-Tech)——
    http://www.gb-tech.com.tw/ 个人评价:一流
    电狗外观补品,周边为主的厂商。前不久推出了M82A1的极品气狗,全钢电狗AKS74UN。
    预计最近还要推出仿真度极高的HK416、MK43等高品质电狗。
    台湾称得上一流厂商的目前只有警星和VFC,产品设计,做工,用料极好。同类产品品质要超过CA,G&P,价格却差不多,选购时建议优先考虑。

    怪怪(G&G) ——
    http://www.guay2.com/ 个人评价:二流
    电狗,BB狗补品,WG周边产品厂商。整狗的结构设计,镁合金机匣的强度都有问题,不推荐。
    补品零件,RAS中有一些很不错。价格也比较合理。

    杰电(HurricanE) ——
    http://www.thunder-sports.com.tw/ 个人评价:二流
    电狗,手狗补品厂商,品牌名是“HurricanE”。同类产品比CA,G&P品质能稍好一些,但不如GB-Tech,警星。M16系的机匣很不错,值得推荐。

    ICS(一芝轩) ——
    http://www.icsbb.com/index_home.asp 个人评价:三流
    争议最大的厂商,这是由于它的产品个体差极大造成的。
    不改造的话还能用一阵,一旦改造就会出各种问题,而且内外很多部分和标准的AEG零件不通用,出了问题很难找到零件。
    据我了解,ICS的同类产品比CA,G&P进价低很多,就算卖得比她们便宜也是利润丰厚,就跟HFC,WE一样。
    这就是狗商喜欢推销ICS,新人第一次接触金属电狗最多的也是ICS的主要理由。
    她的分体波箱勇于创新很好,可惜设计水平不够,有严重缺陷。还有外观尺寸,表面处理等很多问题。
    总之想收非要收金属不可的话,CA,G&P是较为合理的选择。

    HFC ——
    http://www.hofeng.com/big5_index.htm 个人评价:三流
    全金属气狗厂商,最近出了仿Marui的手拉VSR。
    全金属,便宜是他最大也是唯一的优点。如果资金不足还想享受金属的手感的话,HFC也是一种选择。
    不过收之前也要知道,它的结构,外观,刻印极其不仿真,真正的军事迷,兵器迷的话,是很难接受的。
    做工较为粗糙,各方面性能也就是平平,从使用反馈来看故障率,个体差似乎比同类厂商KJ,WE的产品要小一些。
     
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    Is airsoft legal to OWN?
    Yes, mostly. As of December 1st 1998 airsoft was supposed to be grandfathered. The idea was you could keep anything you owned before that date, and it was impossible to get new ones, so problem solved. Obviously it was not impossible to get more in the country, and in fact airsoft flourished after 98 for a long time.
    Practically speaking this is mostly overlooked, and not many people even know they were supposed to be grandfathered by Dec 1 98 - furthermore it would be very difficult to prove anything you own you got after Dec 1 98, even if the government cared.

    Am I at risk if I own airsoft?
    No, absolutely not if you are a responsible owner.

    Is airsoft legal to USE?
    Yes, if you use it in a responsible fashion. Any replica firearm or even imitation firearm used in a crime will be treated as a real firearm, and you would be facing charges relating to real firearms, regardless of what the situation is. There is no clear line on where you can bring airsoft or not, so it comes down to common sense: playing fields or private areas where you will not be seen by other people, and not cause a disturbance, are reasonable places that airsoft could be used. Store your guns safely, and educate your friends, family or neighbours so that there are no misunderstandings that lead to someone dialing 911. If you live in an urban area, your airsoft should only come out when it's on the playing field.

    Is airsoft legal to buy or sell?
    Legally, no. Airsoft are replicas which are prohibited devices, and noone (business or individual) can strictly speaking buy, sell or transfer in any way airsoft after Dec 1 98. However, for responsible people this law is mostly overlooked and not even well understood - mostly because there are very very few real incidents involving replicas. Because they are fundamentally not dangerous compared to knives or real guns, they are not headline items on law enforcement radar. Nonetheless, it is not legal to sell airsoft, so it is very important to bear in mind that we must always treat these guns with the utmost respect to ensure we maintain the status quo.

    Does having my PAL help?
    It has nothing to do with replicas or prohibited devices, so no. In fact, you should be careful mixing airsoft and real firearms, because your PAL could bring you under closer scrutiny. Make extra sure you play by all the rules and be especially careful with your airsoft.

    What about airsoft retailers, can't they sell airsoft?
    Not in strict adherence to the law, no. At ASCA and many other retailers, we tried to exercise as much caution as possible in who we sold to, because a large part of our interest was to promote the sport and grow the community.

    So what exactly IS airsoft classified as?
    Airsoft guns are for the most part considered replicas. They live in a fuzzy space between imitation firearms (something that looks like a gun but is not an exact copy) and airguns (which paradoxically often are replicas, more on that later). Replicas are prohibited devices under Criminal Code, which does not mean they are firearms themselves, but are subject to many of the rules regarding prohibited firearms (as in, you aren't supposed to have any except those grandfathered after dec 1 98, and you're not supposed to sell them them).
    however...
    Replicas are not a standing defition: replicas are determined on a case by case basis, when there is a reason to. This means alot of the airsoft you own are not replicas YET, and this is where alot of the confusion (and hope) comes from. Realistically, you can expect any court to judge that a given airsoft gun is a replica, and thus we have to practically consider them replicas. Legally, the door is open a crack, however.

    What's an imitation firearm?
    Typically: Clearsoft. Cheap toy pellet guns. They can be shaped like a gun, but would be made of clear plastic, or bright orange, or significantly reduced scale (like a 50% scale model). Orange barrel tips are a US law, and do not count for anything here. Imitation firearms are handled differently in each province. In Ontario, they can be sold to people who are over 18 under the Ontario Imitation Firearms Act.
    but...
    In the Criminal Code of Canada, imitation firearms are ANYTHING that looks like a firearm, and include replica firearms! The Ontario Imitation Firearms Act specifies however that the imitation firearms that can be sold to people over 18 cannot be replicas. There are some specific wording issues here that are NOT resolved however, and the provincial and federal laws are a bit at odds. The intent of both laws are fairly clear, but it creates some confusion.

    Airguns look like replicas to me, what's the deal?
    Airguns also occupy a legal grey zone. Crossman (a maker of pellet guns) and the pellet gun industry/lobby enjoy the implicit protection of the government. Even though many of them could easily be classified as replicas, it is overlooked because airgun ownership has a history in Canada that predates airsoft, and special rules have been carved out for them.

    I heard that if a gun shoots over 407fps and under 500fps and something something something Al Pacino it could be legal. Is this true?
    The problem with setting out special rules for airguns is that someone had to figure out how to classify them, and a few rules have been made to that effect. For starters, and airgun that shoots over 500fps AND 5.7joules of muzzle energy is considered a firearm, and requires a PAL. Any airgun shooting under that is an airgun and obeys whatever locals laws your province has (typically 18+). The hope was that airsoft could be classified as an airgun, but generally the fact that they are replicas trumps this. If the government's goal is to keep replicas out of people's hands, which it was in 1998, then this is logical and unfortunate. But also not carved in stone.

    What about the RCMP study that says bodily harm 408 fps something something something Kevin Bacon they're airguns?
    Someone can fill in the blanks about the RCMP report on airguns that cause bodily harm over 408fps. Ultimately, the replica nature of airsoft trumps their classification as airguns in this instance as well.

    Can I import airsoft into Canada?
    No, an individual cannot import airsoft into Canada. Not just because airsoft are considered prohibited devices, but because replicas are specifically not permitted for import by the CBSA (customs). If you try to bring airsoft across the border and it is discovered, at the very least you should expect it to be seized, and you could be faced with firearms related charges. Customs isn't perfect and some airsoft does get through by mail or being driven across the border. I personally absolutely recommend against trying this. Not only is it expensive to lose your airsoft, the potential consequences might stick with you your whole life.

    Who can import airsoft into Canada?
    Legal importation of replicas is possible with a Firearms Business License. These are handled by provincial Chief Firearms Officers, and are give to businesses in law enforcement training, movie props industries or even museums, among others. The license is not difficult to get if you are legitimately in business, and the conditions are not even very strenuous for replicas. However, it is a small club of licensers and licensees, and because it relates to firearms, the licensing is not a joking process. Inspections do occur and licensees will sometimes be at the whim of law enforcement or the government: if a business with an FBL is not playing by the rules, they are at risk of having it revoked.

    So with an FBL, I could import airsoft into Canada?
    Even with an FBL, strictly speaking, importing replicas is only meant to be for the purposes of running the business: a movie props company would import replicas for a specific movie. Retailing is not permitted and was never really considered in the FBL, because they are prohibited devices. However, because the legal status of replicas are mostly overlooked, many businesses with FBL's were importing large amounts of airsoft and retailing them directly. This was never the intention of the FBL and besides selling airsoft is not legal, so it is a tenuous situation.

    What's the rule of 3 for importing?
    Even though the FBL was supposed to allow you to import replicas only for specific needs, it DOES allow importers to bring in replicas at any time, but never more than 3 of a particular model. This was really meant to allow a business to fill the gaps in between big special imports, but effectively it limits the potential to abuse the FBL or to retail replicas. Not surprisingly, it is very difficult to make a profitable business when you can only legally import 3 of each model per order, and this partially explains some of the supply shortage or strange ordering practices you may see at some retailers.

    Why do so many retailers keep closing?
    Local law enforcement reacted to several incidents involving airsoft and aggressively shut down a store that sold airsoft, and we did not feel comfortable selling airsoft, even to responsible individuals (and many law enforcement personnel). Other retailers have closed for similar reasons, or because of direct legal pressure, or because importation - even legally - can be tricky and there is a risk of losing alot of money.

    How come prices are high in Canada?
    2 reasons: poor supply prices, and supply and demand. Most importers do not import directly from the manufacturer, but instead purchase through distributors in Asia. Some companies will do business directly (such as Classic Army) but others work almost exclusively through distributors (such as Tokyo Marui). More middlemen means more fingers in the pie, and canadian importers do not have the luxury of purchasing for ideal prices. Often they will buy for prices not much better than you yourself can get online. Furthermore, overwhelming demand in Canada can lead to inflated prices when they are sold here. Retailers are airsofters too, and we all share the same playing fields, so we did not find the idea of jacking up prices to make a buck off our fellow men appetizing. Nonetheless, a business must be profitable, and there is very little basis for figuring out what reasonable prices are: many retailers just make them up, and you can't really fault them for it in such a small and confusing market.

    What's with the cheap Chinasoft guns, and how come Classic Army and Tokyo Marui are so much more expensive?
    The first and move obvious answer is that chinese knockoffs are always cheaper because they are just copying existing designs without spending the money on R&D. They are not, however, perfect copies. There are many subtleties in manufacturing that simply copying the design will no produce: techniques for making materials stronger, or precision assembly to ensure quality. Putting Porsche parts in a Civic is not the same as buying a Porsche, although it can come close in some respects. I would always recommend you spend your money a quality built product, rather than a cheap knockoff that you may end up having to replace entirely when it chokes. Sometimes the price different can be so great it makes the decision to buy higher class gear questionable - just don't forget that you get what you pay for.
    However, there is a serious problem we cannot overlook, which is that access to more and cheaper guns means the likelihood of them ending up in the wrong hands is higher and higher, and the status quo re: enforcement we have "enjoyed" so far may change in the face of an ugly incident. It's up to us to educate other people in the safe handling and use of airsoft and replicas, otherwise one idiot could ruin the show very quickly.

    Has the law changed?
    Not since 1998. Enforcement of the laws, and the real and perceived pressure on retailers has definitely increased. Several high profile seizures and raids on airsoft businesses in the last 2 years, for instance, were not someting we were used to dealing with 5+ years ago. However, the law in 1998 effectively made airsoft illegal, but it did it in a very incomplete and confusing way. You can still own the guns you have, but you're not SUPPOSED to be able to buy more. Since you're on this site, you know that reality does not reflect the letter of the law. And thousands of responsible airsofters in this country are proof that the thread of replicas is not what many might make it out to be.
     
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    请把楼主和我发的帖读全了你就知道了!^_^我在这里全解释了,关于好玩我看你那枪是没人会和你玩的,因为过于危险!!!
     
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    那个东西也是偶尔看到的。这种东西国内不让玩,以为在这里遇到玩枪的高手了,请教一下而已。至于用这东西玩WAR GAME,那不是脑残吗?
     
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    说来说去还是不知道哪能买到枪。
     
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    Airsoft Canada上可以买得到,但是需要AGE VERIFIED之后才能看到买卖枪支的那一栏。
     
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    要于本地的AGE VERIFYER 见面才可以,基本上是在GAME当天,你可以从Airsoft Ottawa - Index 开始,先在那里AGE VERIFY 然后自然会有人帮你在ASCVERIFY, 下周末有ORI的GAME,去参加就能AGE VERIFY!!
     
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    KWA的枪怎么样?算几流的?
     
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    我没怎么用过KWA的枪,知道的就只有SMOKE有KWA的,所以你可向他咨询一下。

    之前试玩过一两次, 上手感觉各方面都不错。但是由于原厂的射速就很高,超出了下场的400FPS的限制,所以如果用来下场的话,回来之后需要经过DOWNGRADE。

    而且不建议新手使用,太危险!
     
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    KWA很好的枪,不过不建议新手购买.
    PRO:枪本身已经经过强化改装,我有三把KWA的枪,一把M4 TAC440FPS BNIB 一把M16 BR
    420FPS BNIB, 但两把回来都需要DOWNGRADE.
    LIPO READY,意思是枪可以直接用LIPO电池,射速会大幅度提高,但是这点也很受争议,
    主要是在于GEARBOX的承受能力上.
    枪体基本全金属制造.
    不需要什么改装!
    CON:对于新手来说枪的威力过于大,很危险,大多数游戏不让用,除非DOWNGRADE.
    NO TRADEMARK, 所以对一些追求枪外表的朋友不一定是首选!
    因为是新兴品牌所以可选枪型号不多,目前只有M4 M16 G36C

    所以如果是新手的话还是比较推荐TM或CA产品,KWA比较适合已经有点经验的玩家使用.目前KWA在加拿大的货源很少,用的人也很少,价钱一般BNIB是在600左右.
     
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    G&G 的SCAR 好?还是Classic Army的SCAR好?
     
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    各有各的好处,
    G&G的好是在于外部做工比较精细,枪在手里的总体感觉比较好,但是内部问题很多,一般会在2万发BB之后开始出现,这也是无法避免的.但是总体来说很不错,价钱也很合理.
    CA的外部没有G&G的那么好,也有可能是第一家推出SCAR的关系,但也不差,总体觉得比G&G要重一点,内在的话CA比较耐久一点,但是也是要看玩家如何使用,也有LEMON的可能,
    但是CA的SCAR现在市面上不多见,G&G的最多,价钱也比较好,CA的SCAR要比G&G贵出100-200+
    两款可以说个有千秋!
     
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    枪不让进口,哪手榴弹和地雷能进口吗?
     
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    一样不行!所有仿真的枪与手雷都不能进口!!因为它们被CBSA统归为"REPLICA FIREARME"
    地雷基本是无用的,首先地雷现在世面上有的很少,CLAYMORE 地雷是现在唯一能装BB的,但是实际用途很小,而且价钱也是问题,平均一个要$140,带遥控引爆的就更加贵了,基本也不会有人用!目前我知道在OTTAWA有用这些的只有一个人,叫SCAPALE!
     

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