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Old December 30th, 2008, 17:30   #1
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KWAUSA updates some gas pistol models?

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ThumpMaster6 has sent over an email from KWA USA about some models that KWA are updating:
Subject: KWA UPDATES THREE POPULAR MODELS WITH NS2 GAS DELIVERY SYSTEM ( KWA Product Support Forums )

From: forums@kwausa.com

ThumpMaster6,

We are pleased to announced updates to three popular handgun models; M93R, KP45, and KP8 Compact. All three models have been redesigned to incorporate the new KWA NS2 gas delivery system currently used in the Professional PTP series pistols.

The NS2 internal gas delivery system is a KWA patented design and is found exclusively on KWA manufactured products. The new system utilizes an advanced lightweight composite gas piston with a two-stage internal expansion chamber that delivers the gas more efficiently than that of its predecessors. The NS2 design increases the weapon cycle rate and also provides for a crisp, realistic blow back action. Muzzle velocity is increased and shots are more consistent due to the new design and tighter tolerances. The magazines have also been redesigned to be an integral part of the NS2 gas system. The new magazines are now a one-piece construction milled from solid alloy billet. This new construction strengthens the magazine’s structural rigidity and increases pressure carrying capacity.

The new KWA M93R, KP45, and KP8 Compact are available now at all KWA USA Authorized Resellers. Manufacture suggested retail price for the pistols are $259.95 for M93R, $199.95 for KP45, and $179.95 for the KP8 Compact. The actual retail price may vary. All KWA products include a 45 days warranty. (kwausa.com)

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