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(Discontinued) TSD MK7 Airsoft Gun Ver. 2
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by B. NANNEY Date Added: Saturday 29 December, 2007
For: (Discontinued) TSD MK7 Airsoft Gun Ver. 2
This is the worst gun that i have ever owned. I have actually owned two, and both broke on the first use. The first one wouldn't shoot at all, even with a different battery. The second one worked great until I used it in a skirmish and the gears stripped, leaving me with a bolt action sniper rifle. I did not get the gun from Airsoft GI but from Airsplat.

by W. CHOATE Date Added: Wednesday 21 November, 2007
For: (Discontinued) TSD MK7 Airsoft Gun Ver. 2
Just got it in the mail from a different retailer.
I don't intend to tweak the insides at all, so I haven't opened it up, but out of the box, the rate of fire is nice and high and it hits hard enough to get my friends more than a little pissed off. I've seen thigh holsters for these things, and with the ambidextrous selective safeties, i might just get another and go dual with them. Got some of the MAG 50-rounders with it, they feed nigh-flawlessly. All in all, I'm glad I bought it, its a great CQB gun and perfect as a backup for my dragunov. Might be good to snag a reflex sight for CQB and a laser for on-the-run point shooting, but the flip-up sights are satisfactory for hitting a man-sized target. Front grip doesn't lock, but you shouldn't be pulling back on it when you use it anyway, guys. Push on the front, pull on the rear, and it'll bring that gun in real snug, giving you great control. I love this thing, its heavy, mean looking, and delivers a solid hit.
by T. G. Date Added: Saturday 17 November, 2007
For: (Discontinued) TSD MK7 Airsoft Gun Ver. 2
I bought this SMG at a Army Navy Store near where I live. I saw someone else playing with one and it seemed quite impressive, I ask the guy which brand it was and he told me he got the TSD version. When I purchased mine I was very suprised to see that it came with 2 mags. As the battery was charging I took notice of the finish of this SMG, very nice finish with removable sights, side pic-rails, solid retractable stock, foldable v-grip and good weight to it. It fires well above 250FPS with .20g BBs consistantly out of the box, it has an acceptable rate of fire overall performance is impressive. I took the gun apart to check the gearbox and hop-up assembly, it does indeed have metal gearbox looks pretty solid I didn't dare take it apart as im not versed on the MP7 style gearbox. The hop-up unit looks simple and can be easily mantainenced, overall it is a simple design and can easily be worked on minus the gearbox for myself. All in all I recommend this SMG to anyone but I highly recommend the TSD version to get the 30-warranty just in case because it is made in china you won't know what you are going to get from gun to gun. A piece of mind that cant be measure in value, I am glad to see Airsoft GI offers this with warranty.
by J. MOYER verified buyer Date Added: Monday 24 September, 2007
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For: (Discontinued) TSD MK7 Airsoft Gun Ver. 2
At first I was a little uneasy about purchasing this MP7, since it is a Chinese-made clone of the Tokyo Marui MP7, and I had read reviews about this particular model's unreliability. But I decided to purchase it anyway, to be used as a back-up/CQB weapon. I chose this model over the TM because of the differences in price---the Well MP7 is roughly $150 cheaper then the Marui variant.

My first impression on getting the weapon out of the box was its overall weight. The weapon weighs roughly 3-4 lbs, a lot heavier then i expected since 90% of the externals are ABS plastic. However, there are several external parts that are metal. These include the outer barrel and flash hider, RIS rails, ambidexterous fire mode selector switch, ambidexterous magazine release, front and rear detachable sights, trigger, and part of the stock (which is very solid). The 30-round low-cap magazine included with the gun is also metal. Overall, externally the weapon is very solid...especially considering it is a Chinese-made clone and made mostly out of ABS plastic. However, the pistol grip is (when the magazine is NOT inserted) has a small amount of flex to it---not enough to seriously worry about, however.
The MP7's folding vertical grip does not lock into place (or at least, mine didn't) but it is not a major problem as it is fairly stable anyways. The grip is also made out of ABS plastic.
The MP7 features a full metal ambidexterous fire selector switch, with three different fire modes: Safe, Semi, and Full Automatic. The trigger also features a special trigger safety that has to be pulled along with the trigger to fire the AEG.
The MP7 features fore and rear flip-up full metal sights. When in the Up position, these sights are adjustable for windage and elevation, so they can be zeroed in for better accuracy. When in the Down position they use a low-profile triple white-dot alignment
The Hop-Up for the MP7 can be reached by pulling back the faux action (which is plastic), which open's up the hop up (which is located behind the ejection port).
The metal magazine release switch is located right underneath the trigger guard, and is ambidexterous.

Now, I am not an expert on AEG internals, but I do know that the Well MP7 features an all-metal gearbox and hop-up, and what appears to be a brass inner barrel. That is about all I can say on it's internals.

The gun shoots hard for its size, at least 250 fps with .20 gram ammunition---which is satisfactory considering the weapon is designed as a Personal Defense Weapon/CQB rifle. The gun is also fairly accurate, and has decent range (I fired it on a day with 15-20mph winds and was able to obtain modest accuracy at ranges of about 50 ft. With better conditions I have heard it is good for a maximum range of 40 yards).
One of the weapon's strong points (or weak points, depending on your point of view) is its Rate Of Fire. I emptied a 30-round magazine in 2 seconds, which means the MP7 has a ROF of 15rps/900rpm, which is only 50rpm short of the real steel's ROF. However, because of the high ROF, the MP7 eats ammunition for breakfast. I highly suggest buying at least 2 extra 100-round magazines (the Well MP7 comes with 2 30-round low-cap magazines, which are not nearly enough for this gun).
The battery is inserted by removing the front assembly and inserting the battery into the battery compartment. The battery is a 7.2v 500 mah and is reportedly good for 400-500 rounds. The weapon also includes a special charger for the battery.

The Well (R4) MP7 is a very nice PDW/CQB airsoft gun, although it cannot compete with any full-sized AEG (such as an Echo1 M4). However, it is still a very solid back-up/close-quarters SMG, and effective for close-quarters engagements within 30-40 yards. The metal RIS rails are very helpful for mounting accessories (I personally purchased a Swatforce Reflex sight from ShortyUSA.com), and the small size and high rate of fire make this a very potent little gun.
However, I HIGHLY suggest you purchase at least two mid-capacity magazines (TrinityAirosft.com sells individual magazines for only $9.95), and the UTG MP5/MP7/Paintball holster that ASGI carries I would also recommend.
I highly recommend this gun, even over the Tokyo Marui version. Because, even though the TM variant might outclass the Well version in power, range, and accuracy (however I do not have confirmation that this is an actual fact), at only $89.95 the Well MP7 is a much greater value then the TM MP7 ($239!). I purchased this weapon and am very satisfied with it overall.

Thank you for reading this VERY long review. I hope it helped.
by J. HARTREY Date Added: Sunday 05 August, 2007
For: (Discontinued) TSD MK7 Airsoft Gun Ver. 2
i bought thi gun off of a different website because gi wasnt selling it at the time i wanted it, this gun is pretty much a TM except for a few things, the quality of plastic althoguh its abs like TM is a bit thinner making it feel lighter and a bit less stable than that of a TM and the vertical grip is a bit less reliable and has been known to have problems... the battery is 500mah but is not the quality of the one that the TM Mp7 comes with, so the rof is a bit less than the TM but the range is about the same and the gun is good for about 400 rnds wit a fully charged battery, hope i helped, its a great gun
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