KWA Ronin Tekken TK.45 2.5 M4 CQB KeyMod AEG Airsoft Rifle (Black)[38264 / 104-04500]
KWA has taken a huge step forward into a new series out AEGs with their new TK.45 line! The KWA Ronin Tekken TK.45 2.5 M4 CQB KeyMod model comes equipped with a lightweight aluminum 6" KeyMod rail system and KWA's Variable Performance System (VPS). The VPS allows you to set up a desired FPS without getting into the mechbox. Additionally, there is a quick change spring system for switching up the FPS ranges toward optimal settings for even more options.
The "Tekken" Series has a full metal construction with contemporary billet-styling on both the upper and lower receiver to enhance the aggressive appearance of the AEG. There is a signature feature of the series with the angled polymer magwell that doubles as a foregrip and allows for excellent weapon manipulation.
The controls on the AEG come with an ambidextrous, oversized, billet-style magazine and bolt catches and selector switches, complementing the overall design of this modernistic line. Furthermore, the details are hard to overlook on the ambidextrous charging handle, a first for a KWA AEG. The enlarged trigger guard for gloved hands, and a comfortable, ergonomic pistol grip with custom stippling that also appears on the grip panel of the "Tekken 120" midcap.
Internally, the Tekken series are updated with spacing to be able to receive drop-in electronic trigger units such as the Gate TITAN. Also, the AEG contains the recently upgraded high-torque gear set, circuit protecting Switch Life Extender, upgraded high-torque motor, and a reinforced and radiused mechbox. The rotary hop-up has also seen some design improvements and performed beautifully in test runs. As with all KWAs, the Tekkens will come stock with a 6.05 Japanese-made semi-tightbore inner barrel to help maintain accuracy with the new hop-up unit.
KWA is definitely challenging the competition with their latest releases becoming one of the most talked about projects in the industry. The Ronin Tekken's near-perfect specs clearly bring a noteworthy contender in several AEG categories. The groundbreaking work in appearance, function, and performance truly hint at KWA's developmental process and what is in store for future releases.
Model: Ronin Tekken TK.45 2.5 M4 CQB KeyMod AEG Airsoft Rifle
Muzzle Velocity: Adjustable, 320-370 FPS
Magazine Capacity: 120 rds
Package Includes: Gun, Magazine
Warranty Length: 90 Days
Warranty Handler: KWA (Warranty Policy)
- Variable Performance System (VPS) / Adjustable FPS
- 6" Lightweight KeyMod Rail System
- Reinforced Radiused Mechbox
- Adjustable Tanker Stock
- Billet-Style Metal Receiver
- Polymer Magwell Grip
- Ergonomic Pistol Grip
- Enlarged Trigger Guard
- 6.05mm Japanese-Made Semi-Tightbore Inner Barrel
- Ambidextrous Selector Switch, Magazine, Bolt Catch, & Charging Handle
- PTS Enhance Polymer Front & Rear Flip-up Sights
- 14mm Counter Clockwise Barrel Thread
- Quick Change Spring System
- 20+ RPS
- Battery and charger are NOT included.
- Manufacturer: KWA
- Muzzle Velocity: 320-370 FPS
- Magazine Capacity: 120 rds
- Fire Mode: Safe - Semi - Auto
- Color: Black
- Package Includes: Gun, Magazine
- Outer Barrel Length: 6.75"
- Overall Length Extended: 26.25"
- Overall Length Retracted: 21.5"
- Weight Empty: 5.9 lbs
- Motor Type: High Torque
- Hop Up Type: Rotary
- Inner Barrel Length: 217mm
If I'm being honest, I picked this up as an impulse buy because the krytac vectors were out of stock. That being said, this little thing really packs a punch. I adjusted my fps to the max setting which was around 370 for me and this thing is still cranking out over 25rps on a fully charged 11.1v LiPO. Its a sick little PDW and I do like that it still has controls just like my m4, only with a weird stick mag which took a little getting used to. Battery space isnt the best but I found some short stick batterys that fit just fine. I'll definitely be taking a look at some more of the KWA line in the future!
I debated between this and the bigger tk45 but opted for this because of size. It runs really smooth, and it was pretty easy to adjust the FPS to play at my field. Took a little getting used to the size, but when you look at it its just an m4 with a stick magazine. Overall i like it. Can't wait to really run it.