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Old November 17th, 2008, 12:20   #1
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Marushin 8mm M1 at UN Company

From Arnie's Airsoft:

The Marushin M1 in 8mm is now in at UN Company:
Currently we have a lot of newly released items at UN. And I have selected two of them for introduction this week. I hope you all will be interested. They are the Japan Made Marushin M1 Garand (8mm/GBB) Model and the other one is the (8mm/GBB) (Export Model). Both of them are selling at Special Price now. And it is worth you have a look in it.

The Built Material is Metal with Wood Stock. This makes it really amazing in feel, realism and durability. The Magazine Capacity is 8 Rounds with 8mm BB Bullets. This would be best for smooth shooting. The Length is 1103mm. This would be an armís length of airsofters. And this makes it easy to be held and give you good performance on the field. The Hop Up is Adjustable. For Velocity in the 8mm/GBB Model ranges from 240 to 260 FPS and for Velocity in the 8mm/GBB Export Model ranges from 240 to 280 FPS. In both case it is highly recommended to use 134A Gas. The System is Gas Blow Back and Semi Auto. It means it will Ejects Empty Magazine Clip when Last Round was shot) The UN Special Package includes a Gun, a Plastic Magazine Clip replacing the metal casing, a bag of 8mm BB Bullets, a Manual and a Box for storage. Also cock the gun (i.e. the Charging Handle) before charging 134A gas. Last of all please read the manual before use. Both of them weigh at 3700g. Now they are pricing at US$ 433 and US$ 417 respectively.

LH: 8mm/GBB version   RH 8mm/GBB Export Version

Besides, there is Relative Product for the 8mm/GBB Model. They are the Marushin M1 Garand Magazine 8mm which costs $ 11. And the Marushin Metal Magazine for Marushin M1 Garand which costs $ 18. When you are purchasing on the web site you can also choose the above two for your choice. For more information please kindly check out web site at

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