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Beowulfe March 7th, 2012 16:42

SYSTEMA Releases 2012 PTW Details
 
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Originally Posted by Everything Airsoft

Wallace from ZShot has updated us with some news of the 2012 P.T.W from SYSTEMA.

SYSTEMA has refined its Professional Training Weapon (P.T.W) to debut the polished performance 2012 Final Evolution Version. Some of the changes include:

The inner barrel has undergone some changes to the shape at the tip of the barrel, designed to not disturb the trajectory of the round as the compressed air ejects the BB from the barrel.

We added an improvement to the HOP adjuster, maintaining the accuracy of short range targets while increasing the flying distance for long range targets.

A new 7511 type motor boasts a newly designed Core Piece and Commutator for the 2012 model. Neodymium magnets with improved heat resistant performance have also been integrated. The bearing size has also increased. With those improvements, an even higher output and greater durability performance is ensured.

New Stainless Steel Cylinder Unit maintains its shape aiding stability and accuracy.

And finally, for the 2012 model, we incorporated the MAGPUL Company’s back-up rear site as well as the trigger guard in our Challenge Kit.

http://www.everything-airsoft.com/bl...ution-version/

http://www.zshot.com/LinkClick.aspx?...id=151&mid=766

mcguyver March 7th, 2012 17:32

And the price is going up.

frackz March 7th, 2012 17:37

new motor will be swapable in current gen ptw's?

theshaneler March 7th, 2012 17:52

sort of...
the new ones will be higher torque, and thicker. and the grip will also be the same size outer, so the inside will have a larger opening, which means current PTW grips wont work, without some dremmeling

c3sk March 7th, 2012 17:56

Tasty.

FreelancerInc March 7th, 2012 18:02

and I thought I was done buying ptw stuff

wildcard March 7th, 2012 18:16

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Originally Posted by theshaneler (Post 1617989)
sort of...
the new ones will be higher torque, and thicker. and the grip will also be the same size outer, so the inside will have a larger opening, which means current PTW grips wont work, without some dremmeling

you are also forgeting about some standard magpul goodies for the 2012

leblanc74 March 7th, 2012 21:29

Are you kidding me...I just ordered my Inokatsu and now P.T W. has a new one coming out? Will it be with the silver cylinder?

justiceorjustus March 7th, 2012 21:31

wonder if the current mags will work, what the higher price will be and if anyone is still accepting souls lol

kullwarrior March 8th, 2012 00:11

Just being the messenger, the 2012 PTW in Tackleberry's mind (if you don't know who Tackleberry is you don't know PTW world) The Hopup increase is about the same as the Hop-up mod he offer (Double tap tactical uses the same method tackleberry did)

Super Hop for PTW should be out/ already out and it was reported being superior than the traditional ptw or standard hopup in everyway except maybe cost.

The motor is STILL NOT fix, rewind is still going to happened.

This is taken from Tackleberry on Systema PTW forum

FreelancerInc March 8th, 2012 00:42

i wanna know more about the barrel

Karma_ March 8th, 2012 00:49

The barrel opens up at the last half inch to a larger inner diameter. It'll be interesting to see how it does performance wise.

ThunderCactus March 8th, 2012 00:50

hm.... maybe I should offer barrel mods for older styles lol

FreelancerInc March 8th, 2012 00:54

well ive been told that DTT has a laith...maybe that can be something new in their store ;)

mcguyver March 8th, 2012 01:26

2011 PTWs are still what is available folks. If you want to know, you can always look at the serial number. It tells you which year it was made.


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