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KWA KMP9R Gas Blow Back Airsoft Gun (Railed Ver./Dark Earth/NS2)
[07414 / 102-00913]
$215.00
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by M. STAERKEL Date Added: Tuesday 14 January, 2014
For: KWA KMP9R Gas Blow Back Airsoft Gun (Railed Ver./Dark Earth/NS2)
Product Information:
I bought the the KWA MP9 looking for something compact and maneuverable. It says CQB but it shoots around 400 fps so at first it was hard to find a somewhat CQB environment that would let me use it. The upside is that Danger Werx has a flute valve that lowers the fps. It is a little pricey but you can feel the quality. It will not break in half if you drop it. I highly recommend this product paired with the flute valve.

Pros:
Made of plastic but solid construction
Good weight
Light
Compact
Accurate
Extremely portable
Gas blowback
Plenty of rail space for CQB





Cons:
High fps
Magazine only holds 50 rds
Giant orange tip
by C. KILBY Date Added: Thursday 26 December, 2013
For: KWA KMP9R Gas Blow Back Airsoft Gun (Railed Ver./Dark Earth/NS2)
Product Information:
This is my favorite SMG and gas gun I have ever used. The gas is used well and rarely explodes of gas I was playing in 30 degrees and it still worked flawlessly! I like the small sized of the collapsible stock for vehicle and cqb enviorments. But if you need to shoulder the weapon to shoot long range you can fold out the stock and shoulder it. Over all great gun. I also recommend getting the threaded barrel adapter my mad bull 6" supperesor looks really good on this gun.

Pros:
Small
Polymer (light but durable)
Gas efficient
Great range for its size
Insane rate of fire!
Love the foldable stock
Love all the rail space.


Cons:
Hard to conserve ammo on full auto. (It shoots fast!)
Only 48 rounds per mag and a fast gun.
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