We've been smashing through our backlog of Boneyard returns, and we can tell you that theres definitely some steals here! Theres quite a few bits that wouldn't have made it to the website if we had our way as our staff were already eyeing up some of the more tasty bits.
If you're looking for something to cure those lock-down blues then check out what's new in this week below!
An CM.057C SVU Replica Airsoft Rifle returned by a customer seemingly after one game because they didn't like the rifle. The replica fires fine, and features very little markings, with a few scuffs you'd expect from a single skirmish at most.
There are marks in the magazine well from where the magazine has been inserted, and there is scuffs on the wiring which leads past the magazine well which will need looking at before use.
This rifle is perfect for those looking to save some cash by doing a small amount of tech work and touch ups.
We think the customer didn't like the performance on the stock battery which came with it. If you're into Airsoft you'll know that 8.4v Ni-Mh aint' the best you can get. Slap a 7.4v LiPo in this and you're laughing.
This LCKMS Airsoft Replica AEG has been returned by a customer for being received with cosmetic damage, the weapon otherwise functions as normal. The only damage present other than the usual small scuffs and marks from pres oil is the damage to the wooden hand-guard which seems to have been caused by someone incorrectly closing the stock, or forcing it shut still folded by accident due to its stiffness.
If you want to get your hand on a bargain gun that's basically working but just has a few scratches on it then this is a great buy. We reckon that any of the external marks you see here you would probably get after a skirmish or two anyway!
A used item which is really good external condition apart from a snapped charging handle and bolt release. It does however have some internal gearbox issues which need addressing. The gun seems to function fine on Auto (albeit with some nasty gear spin when the trigger is released). Single Shot is where things fall apart and it takes two trigger pulls to complete a cycle, with some nasty overspin-like noises from the gearbox.
It shoots at 355+ FPS so would need a downgrade to be skirmish ready. This item definitely requires a full internal inspection, hence the dramatic price drop.
Interested in looking at everything in our Airsoft Boneyard? Why not check out our Airsoft Boneyard Page, where we list every single Boneyard gun we have!
There you are, now you're up to speed with a few of the latest and greatest boneyard products from this week! Let us know in the comments what you think of our picks, or let us know if there is something you've had luck with repairing before!
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