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Pre-Order! – VORSK Agency VX-9

UPDATE! The special editions have all sold out, we have just received delivery of the goods and are being processed and deliveries will commence as of the 8th of June. Due to the high demand we are now waiting for a second production run from VORSK, this may be quite a wait due to the current global situation. HOWEVER! We have produced a bundle deal on the standard editions where you can buy two and save £40. Check out the bundle deals by scrolling down on the product page.

Check out the standard edition of the VORSK - VX-9 GBB Pistol here.

Today we are bringing you the latest news and pre-order ability of the latest release from VORSK, the Agency VX-9!

We expect the VX-9 to be shipping to your door from the 8th of June, you will have three variant options available to you. Choose between Chrome or Black, each pistol comes with a unique suppressor and stunning accented details all over the pistol. The third variant option is a special edition box set that includes two VX-9's in one box alongside 2x standard and 2x extended magazines.

Lets expand on the questions everyone wants answering, first of all the magazines. As already mentioned the special edition models come with 4 magazines in total (as you have 2 pistols), two of these magazines are extended 50rnd capacity. This pistol is compatible with Tokyo Marui and RAVEN MEU 1911 Gas and CO2 powered magazines.

Straight out of the box we have reports from the developers that you can expect 330fps roughly using NUPROL 2.0 Green gas. The suppressor also features an inner barrel extensions which will further improve your pistols accuracy and range plus a little FPS boost at the same time. You can also dismantle the suppressor/inner barrel extension unit so you can put your own foam inside there too! VORSK also plan on releasing their own dedicated foam filled suppressors at some point in the future, right now we have no date on those.

As with most VORSK pistols, the internals are Tokyo Marui compatible, however it cannot be guaranteed every upgrade part is 100% compatible without minor modifications. We always advise you shoot your Airsoft guns over 2 to 3 games to let them bed in, before you start chasing a couple of foot in extra range with upgrades.

Both pistols also have removable real wood grips, a potential special assassin option could be to replace them with integrated laser grips...

So, if you like what you see you can pre-order right now through our website here.


Hottest Airsoft M4 for new Players in 2019

You may or may not be aware, but here at Patrol Base at the bottom right of every page there is the TokyWoky chat box where customers can interact with one another. You'll regularly see our staff and customers answering questions related to products, but one of the most common things which gets asked: What gun is the best for a beginner? This changes all the time, though there are some pretty staple ones, as newer ones come out all the time. We've put together this blog post to show off what we recommend at the moment as the best beginner M4 rifles for Airsoft skirmishers. We'll talk about what are the best M4 to get your hands on at the moment, for £150 or lower which are more than good enough to get you into your first skirmish. You can check them all out below!

 

 

SPECNA ARMS: Core Range

£114.99 - £124.99

Brand new from SPECNA ARMS these rifles re-define the beginner Airsoft replica, with fantastic bodies and a great selection these rifles really look the part. Not only do they come in at a great price they also feature some advanced features such as a quick change spring system for ease of use, as well as coming with additional attachments in the box to get you going. In our opinion, these are the best option for a beginner player in 2019.

All the rifles are branded and based upon designed by Rock River Arms, a real steel manufacturing company, with each rifle featuring their unique logo and trademarks for added realism.

SA-C04 CORE CQB RAILED CARBINE

£114.99

SPECNA ARMS ROCK RIVER ARMS SA-C04 CORE CQB RAILED CARBINE RIFLE, BLACK

A 6mm electric powered Airsoft gun based off the M4 platform famous the world over for its success and deployment with countless forces in multiple conflict zones. Comes with rail covers, a foregrip, and even flip up ironsights! The rifle is available in black and tan.

SA-C10 CORE STUBBY CQB CARBINE

£119.99

SPECNA ARMS ROCK RIVER ARMS SA-C10 CORE STUBBY CQB CARBINE, BLACK

Based on the M4 / AR platform this rifle has been based off of the Stubby / Tanker compact M4 which were originally designed for use in vehicles and for concealed carry. This rifle has been lovingly crafted by Specna Arms to the highest quality, from top quality materials.

SA-C05 CORE SPECIAL OPS CARBINE RIFLE

£124.99

SPECNA ARMS ROCK RIVER ARMS SA-C05 CORE SPECIAL OPS CARBINE RIFLE, BLACK

An Airsoft electric powered 6mm M4 based replica, with an Alloy 20mm RIS handguard, rear wired crane stock, flip up iron sights and an integrated suppressor as standard. Available in Black and Tan and comes with a mock suppressor for a more unique look.

SA-C07 CORE M4 CARBINE

£129.99

SPECNA ARMS ROCK RIVER ARMS SA-C07 CORE M4 CARBINE, BLACK

A brand new rifle built by Specna Arms as part of their CORE range of beginner rifles. With a KeyMod handguard and high quality build this rifle is the ideal starter weapon and has everything players new any old need in a rifle.

 

 

NUPROL DELTA Pioneer Range

£119.99 - £139.99

Full poylmer rifles with a high quality gearbox inside! These rifles do a great job of looking the part and being wobble free. The rifles themselves are simply polymer versions of their full metal conterparts, having all the features of a high end Airsoft replica, including plenty of rail space for customisation!

DELTA PIONEER DEFENDER

£79.99

NUPROL DELTA PIONEER DEFENDER AEG CARBINE, BLACK

A new electric 6mm airsoft rifle made by Nuprol as a budget entry level RIF but without compromising on quality. Constructed from polymer this weapon is light weight but tough enough to handle the rigors of an airsoft skirmish, available in both Black and Tan variants.

DELTA PIONEER BREACHER

£139.99

CYMA CM.513 M4 RIS SUPPRESSED

An electric powered M4 based Airsoft replica, which is constructed mainly from Polymer to offer a lightweight and maneuverable platform which packs a punch. Available in standard Black and Tan, as well as a more modern operator Grey.

 

 

CYMA CM.5xx Series

£114.99 - £124.99

As the cheapest rifles in this article, these are great introductory rifles into the Airsoft world, the CM.5xx series of M4 / AR feature a fully polymer body to reduce costs, but still come with the standard CYMA V2 full metal gearbox, making them a great introductory rifle for those who are on a budget. The performance of a high end CYMA, with a body you aren't afraid to scuff.

It's still worth noting these guns usually come with a free battery and charger, though we recommend replacing free gift batteries and chargers immediately!

CM.518 M4 W/ CUSTOM MUZZLE BRAKE

£79.99

CYMA CM.518 M4 W/ CUSTOM MUZZLE BRAKE, BLACK

Custom external components come together to create one unique looking piece. Featuring a highly customisable top rail, which in total is 21'' in length.

CM.513 M4 RIS SUPPRESSED

£79.99

CYMA CM.513 M4 RIS SUPPRESSED

The gun features many useful parts, when compared to the Standard M4A1
Platform, such as a Four Point RIS Rail Handguard, Suppressor and Flip-Up Iron Sights.

CM.507 AR-15

£79.99

CYMA CM.507 AR-15, BLACK

A more traditionally styled M4A1 electric powered replica, aimed towards beginners, that features a sliding stock and a four-point RIS handguard for grips, lasers and torches.

CM.506 M4A1 RIS CQB AEG RIFLE

£84.99

CYMA CM.506 M4A1 RIS CQB AEG RIFLE, BLACK

Great starter kit or for any one who is interested in back yard target shooting. The weapon is constructed almost entirely from Polymer, and features an Alloy Gearbox.

 

 

G&G Armament CM16 Combat Machine

£132.95

Touted as the holy grail of beginner weapons these are the most recommended rifles picked by our customers. You'll have seen them before: they're tried, tested, and proven as rental guns, so if they're good enough to handle the thrashing of a rental player they're sture as hell going to hold up for a normal skirmisher. The rifles have a high quality polymer body, but also have the range and accuracy to compete with some of the higher end Airsoft rifles!

CM16 RAIDER

£132.95

G&G ARMAMENT COMBAT MACHINE CM16 RAIDER, BLACK

An Airsoft 6mm BB Gun, based on the M4 / AR Platform, which is a great entry grade Beginner weapon for those looking to start playing Airsoft, or even simply Backyard Plinking. Available in both Black and Tan, its the perfect gun for any beginner.

CM16 RAIDER L

£132.95

G&G ARMAMENT COMBAT MACHINE CM16 RAIDER L, BLACK

The longer version of the CM16 Raider, its an incredibly light weight and reliable Airsoft RIF. An excellent beginner Airsoft weapon but also very favourable by experienced Airsofters due to its out of the box performance being so good in a low price bracket.

 

 

Common Questions

Do they come with a battery and charger?

Visitor
Do beginner guns come with a battery and charger, or do I have to buy them seperate??

PatrolBase Jonny
Hey! Some guns come with a battery and charger, and some do not. For more information please refer to the 'Package Includes' section, which is found at the bottom of the description as well as in the Product Specifications tab. We do however recommend that you replace the battery and charger immediately, as they are typically of low quality. You'll want an auto-stop charger and a high capacity battery for best performance. You can read a blog article on the subject which I wrote, and I will link it below. Hope this helps 🙂
https://blog.patrolbase.co.uk/free-gift-batteries-chargers-replace-them/


Why are polymer gun cheaper?

Visitor
Yo, why are polymer guns cheaper, do they break easy or something?

PatrolBase Jonny
Hey! You'll usually find that Polymer guns are cheaper, but don't let that put you off. Polymer guns are just designed to be cheaper by not having to cast the parts in metal, reducing the overall cost. They still perform just as well as a metal good, and they still look the part at a distance. You'll find with some ranges that the metal and plastic guns feature exactly the same internals, they're just a cheaper alternative of the same thing. Hope this helps 🙂


Which mags do I need?

Visitor
WHAT MAGS DO I NEEED FOR MY M4?

PatrolBase Jonny
Hey! For an M4 any STANAG style magazine should fit. The industries been pretty good with M4 mags, and most mags are cross brand compatible. You can find our full range of STANAG / M4 mags in their own category which I will link below. Hope this helps 🙂
https://www.patrolbase.co.uk/airsoft-stanag-ar-m4-magazine


What attachments can I use?

Visitor
Hey guys, what attachments can I use on my m4?

PatrolBase Jonny
Hey! The first thing you'll want to do is identify what attachment points your rifle has. This can be found in the Specifications section on your weapon's page. Once you've identified it you can pick a section on the website then filter by that connector type. Most rifles use 20mm RIS / RAS for sights and scopes, but the handguard varies, and could be 20mm / MLOK / KeyMod. The most common type of rail is 20mm RIS / RAS, so there are plenty of attachments available 🙂 Hope this helps 🙂


From BB Guns to Airsoft: The AEP

A lot of people struggle with the transition from BB guns to Airsoft. Some people jump in feet first into the Airsoft market, buying high-end AEG, and powerful Gas Blowback Pistols, but what about those who just want to put their foot in the door? Well, a good option for new players, or for those looking for a more entertaining backyard plinking experience move onto AEP Pistols first.

AEP are usually a good step for those transitioning from BB Guns to Airsoft, at a price point of around £50 you can't really go wrong. You'll usually find that most Airsoft Skirmishers first gun was an AEP if they transitioned from BB Guns, with a lot of our staff looking fondly upon their first AEP, be it Desert Eagle, G-Series or 1911 styled.

What is an AEP?

AEP simply stands for Automatic Electric Pistol, a step forward from spring powered pistols where the weapon is instead powered by a battery and uses a mechanical system with a gearbox to fire the BB pellets. These are usually the first step for anyone transitioning from BB guns, as they're relatively cheap, easy to use, and are good fun!

The battery are used to power the motor inside the pistol, which turns pulling back a small piston held by a spring, which is then released generating the force to propel the BB.

Thanks to this mechanism AEP do not need to be cocked before every shot, and offer semi-auto capability (meaning they fire a round every time you pull the trigger), with some even offering fully automatic fire modes guaranteed to put a smile on anyones face!

Why an AEP instead of a BB gun?

They're a good stepping stone for moving onto more powerful AEG or Airsoft replica. Once you get used to filling magazines, and charging and changing battery you'll be ready for something a little bit more complicated than your BB Gun.

Maintenance wise, there isn't much. Short of stubbing the end of the pistol into mud and filling the barrel AEP require very little maintenance, and if they do break for whatever reason, they're usually relatively cheap enough to simply replace.

Another great bonus over jumping right into gas pistols is that this pistol will even work in colder temperatures. When it starts to get cold you'll notice that gas pistols start to become sluggish, or not even work at all, with an AEP you don't have that problem. If you do ever jump to Gas pistols, you'll always have your trusty AEP to fall back on.

What AEP BB Guns are available?

You can see the full range of AEP Airsoft Electric Pistols on our website in the Airsoft Electric Pistols Section. Below are a few examples of what you can look at to get yourself started. Don't forget, we can also two-tone any Airsoft Weapon or BB gun you see on our website, allowing you to get them before you get your Airsoft Defence.

 

CYMA CM.121 Desert Eagle

If you've ever looked at AEP, its likely this bad boy caught your eye. Based on the real world Desert Eagle this pistol is large, monstrous, and feels great to hold.

The frame of the pistol is made from lightweight polymer, with the non-moving slide is built from durable Alloy, and it painted fully in matte black. This AEP has the ability to switch between semi-automatic and fully automatic by changing the selector on the back of the slide. This is the perfect starter skirmish gun, or even for snipers who need a fully automatic sidearm for when an enemy enters their Minimum Engagement Distance.

Available in Black, this weapon can also be two-toned for those yet to organise their Airsoft Defence.

 


CYMA CM.123 1911

This AEP is a convincing replica of the real 1911, accurately recreating many of the real 1911s design features; such as the Grip Safety, its simple un-marked Iron Sights and its Faux-Wood brown Grip Plates. Just like the real Grip Plates, the Grips on this AEP replica feature a Stippled Texture, creating an Anti-Slip surface that allows users to have a Secure hold on the pistol. As this replica is electrically powered, it is capable of operating in any temperature; unlike its Gas Blowback counterparts which can struggle in colder temperatures.

Available in Black, this weapon can also be two-toned for those yet to organise their Airsoft Defence.


ASG Challenger XP17

The pistol is constructed with a Polymer frame, and Alloy top slide and gearbox. The pistol is powered by electric, with a smaller more compact gearbox than other AEG, and is fired using air pressure generated by a spring inside the gearbox, meaning that the pistol is not effected by cold, unlike its' gas powered counterparts. This Automatic Electric Pistol has the ability to switch between semi-automatic and fully automatic by changing the selector on the side of the slide.

Available in Black, this weapon can also be two-toned for those yet to organise their Airsoft Defence.

 


Again, if you're wondering you can see the full range of AEP Airsoft Electric Pistols on our website in the Airsoft Electric Pistols Section.

Common Questions

Do AEP require maintenance?

Visitor
Hey.. I'm looking at getting a BB gun AEP pistol thing. Was wondering, do aep need looking after? How much maintenance do they need?

PatrolBase Jonny
AEP actually require very little maintenance, just like a standard AEG. They will require cleaning if you get them dirty though, a damp cloth for the outside is generally the only thing which is required. If you get dirt or mud in the barrel then use a cleaning / unjamming rod and a small bit of tissue to clean down the barrel. Just make sure the hop is fully off before you start to avoid doing damage to the pistol.

Can you buy additional battery?

Visitor
Can you get more magazines for AEP?

PatrolBase Jonny
Yes, you can get more magazines for AEP. Thankfully due to most AEP using a standard magazine design almost all AEP will share magazine. You can find a list of AEP magazine in our AEP Magazine section. It is important to note that if your pistol has a front magazine release it will use the C.98 magazine, and if it is a side magazine release button you will require the C.26 magazine or XP17 challenger magazine. Hope this helps 🙂

Can you repair AEP?

Visitor
My AEP has broken an wont shoot anymore. can it b fixed?

PatrolBase Jonny
Depending on how it has broken it may not be able to be fixed. This is one of the only downsides to AEP, due to the price point of an AEP it usually costs more than the pistol is worth to repair the pistol. If your pistol has broken your best bet is to simply buy a new one. A bonus to buying another pistol is you'll have a new spare magazine, battery and charger. If you still want to enquire about repairing the pistol please feel free to get in contact with our workshop though our Contact Us Page. Hope this helps 🙂

Are they powerful?

Visitor
Are AEP powerful enough to use in an airsoft skirmish?

PatrolBase Jonny
Typically AEP are lower powered than full sized AEG due to their small sized gearbox. An AEP will typically fire around 180-240fps, which is usually more than enough for CQB gameplay or backyard plinking. Hope this helps 🙂

What weight BB?

Visitor
What weight BB should I use in my AEP Pistol??

PatrolBase Jonny
We recommend that due to the power of AEP pistol you use 0.20g BB. We would recommend you use either ASG Blaster BB, or G&G 0.20g as these are the highest quality BB we have available. Also make sure you adjust the hop-up unit for maximum range and accuracy! Hope this helps 🙂


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