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PostPosted: Fri Jan 05, 2018 1:25 am 
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Has anyone ever tried a KWC Smith & Wesson M&P 40 co2 blowback air pistol?

How was it?

I can't find its video on youtube.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 05, 2018 4:41 am 
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I can't speak for the 4.5mm version but the 6mm airsoft model runs very well.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 05, 2018 10:32 am 
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Semi auto / full auto... :twisted:
Oh , I'd like to find out more too


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 05, 2018 10:39 am 
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PZAM wrote:
I can't speak for the 4.5mm version but the 6mm airsoft model runs very well.

How's the recoil of the 6mm airsoft version?

Trying to find how the recoil is for the 4.5mm

Thanks for reply.


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Bbqznbeer wrote:
Semi auto / full auto... :twisted:
Oh , I'd like to find out more too

I'm trying to find out more about it too, however I don't see there is any video out there, on youtube, there's only the nbb version.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 06, 2018 9:58 pm 
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I got one and for the finish it's beautiful. Grip is interchangable, 3 size small, medium and large. For me medium is the right size, large would be nice for large hand.

Blowback is hard, in the same category as the kwc 1911. Accuracy is average for a BB. When I tried it, it was shooting low and left, but I think it's me, can't tell for dure. I get the same result with my gsg92 and sig p320.

Mine has a problem with the mag, goes a bit to deep inside and the co2 nozzle hit's the back of the rear lips, causing it to jam half open. Filed it slightly down, need's to be tested next spring. If that cure the problem it will be a fun gun... 8)

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 06, 2018 10:43 pm 
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silentman wrote:
I got one and for the finish it's beautiful. Grip is interchangable, 3 size small, medium and large. For me medium is the right size, large would be nice for large hand.

Blowback is hard, in the same category as the kwc 1911. Accuracy is average for a BB. When I tried it, it was shooting low and left, but I think it's me, can't tell for dure. I get the same result with my gsg92 and sig p320.

Mine has a problem with the mag, goes a bit to deep inside and the co2 nozzle hit's the back of the rear lips, causing it to jam half open. Filed it slightly down, need's to be tested next spring. If that cure the problem it will be a fun gun... 8)

Is the one you got the KWC M&P 40 co2 Blowback air pistol(model: KMB-48AHN)?


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 07, 2018 7:50 am 
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silentman wrote:
Mine has a problem with the mag, goes a bit to deep inside and the co2 nozzle hit's the back of the rear lips, causing it to jam half open. Filed it slightly down, need's to be tested next spring. If that cure the problem it will be a fun gun... 8)


We noticed this on one example but after a bit of "rodage" it seemed to so sort itself out.


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PZAM wrote:
silentman wrote:
Mine has a problem with the mag, goes a bit to deep inside and the co2 nozzle hit's the back of the rear lips, causing it to jam half open. Filed it slightly down, need's to be tested next spring. If that cure the problem it will be a fun gun... 8)


We noticed this on one example but after a bit of "rodage" it seemed to so sort itself out.

Hi, is the one you using the KWC M&P 40 co2 Blowback, model: KMB-48AHN?

Thanks.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 07, 2018 9:03 am 
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Hi, is the one you using the KWC M&P 40 co2 Blowback, model: KMB-48AHN?


In this case the KCB48-AHN (this denotes the airsoft version) with full S&W trademarks as licensed by Cybergun


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PZAM wrote:
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Hi, is the one you using the KWC M&P 40 co2 Blowback, model: KMB-48AHN?


In this case the KCB48-AHN (this denotes the airsoft version) with full S&W trademarks as licensed by Cybergun

How's the recoil performance of this KCB-48AHN airsoft? Can't find any related vids on youtube either for this airsoft version.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 07, 2018 9:53 am 
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Here's one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWEFz_xZRds

There are a lot more on youtube if you search for "Cybergun" or "Palco" instead of KWC.

KWC is the manufacturer of all of these pistols however when they appear with full trademarks it is because they are marketed through Cybergun/Palco - apart from this aesthetic difference they are functionally completely identical.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 07, 2018 10:20 am 
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PZAM wrote:
Here's one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWEFz_xZRds

There are a lot more on youtube if you search for "Cybergun" or "Palco" instead of KWC.

KWC is the manufacturer of all of these pistols however when they appear with full trademarks it is because they are marketed through Cybergun/Palco - apart from this aesthetic difference they are functionally completely identical.

(Seems that) the pistol shoots kind low in the video, I actually have seen this video before, since its got an orange tip, I watched just part of it. Wondering if the recoil of the 4.5mm version is identical to the airsoft version?
Thank you for the reply and the link.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 07, 2018 11:32 am 
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The blowback is a function of the nozzle which to my knowledge is identical on both the airsoft and airgun versions, so what you see in videos should be representative.

As to shooting low, you can't really compare because the airsoft has a "hop-up" adjustment that induces backspin to lift the BB, making it variable, and this not found on the BB version.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 12, 2018 12:44 pm 
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PZAM wrote:
The blowback is a function of the nozzle which to my knowledge is identical on both the airsoft and airgun versions, so what you see in videos should be representative.

As to shooting low, you can't really compare because the airsoft has a "hop-up" adjustment that induces backspin to lift the BB, making it variable, and this not found on the BB version.

Please excuse me for the late response.

Does that mean that by adjusting the hop-up in this 6mm airsoft, the recoil can be stronger which makes the pistol more realistic?

Thanks.


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