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Old September 13th, 2010, 22:05   #1
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Reveiw - Garrison Airsoft's KJW CQB-R!

Hey there, I noticed there wasn't a reveiw up for Garrison Airsoft or the KJW CQB-R's yet!

First off I'll start with the Garrison Airsoft review:

Communications were spot on! All my PM's and questions were answered in a very timely manner in a professional way!

The product arrived EXACTLY how it was supposed to, really quickly. The time from payment to tracking number was exceptional, all happened within less than 24 hours!

Business done like business should be!

Eeyore is a stand up guy and I would have NO problems dealing with him again in the future! I love my new toys

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Now onto the KJW CQB-R Reveiw!!

AWESOME.

These are my favorite GBB M4's!


Unboxing (My dog approves of my new toy!)


Finish is nice -- not quite as matte as the WE line of GBBR's, but it it's certainly a robust feeling finish


Wonderful CQB-R and the wonderful couch from the 80's


Full-gun view (I honestly have no floor space right now lol)

YouTube - KJW M4 CQB-R Test Fire

Mmm blow back (excuse the water stains on the roof One of the upstairs plants decided it didn't want any water so it spilled through the hardwood.)

This thing was designed by Tanio Kobayashi, the grandfather of the modern Gas Blowback system.

I'm willing to bet these things are going to have a very bright future in Gas blowbacks. I was told by good friend in Japan (he works for one of the largest airsoft stores in Japan) that the First Factory (Prometheus, Layalx, Etc) are working on upgrades for this thing!

There have been quite a few reports from the UK where people have shot over 10,000 rounds through their gun straight out of the box and haven't had to replace anything yet.

RA-Tech along with Cradle Airsoft already has a bunch of upgrades to support the KJW/Tanio Koba platform.

This gun is great, I'm extremely satisfied with my purchase
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Old September 18th, 2010, 02:16   #2
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I got the same one and I already cant wait to test it out outdoors. Do you know what magpul parts can fit this one? NICE gun by the way oh ya I love mine too hahaha
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Old September 18th, 2010, 02:18   #3
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They take real-steel stocks and AEG front ends

Real-steel B.A.D. works with minor modification
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Old September 18th, 2010, 02:24   #4
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what about for grips? are they kjw proprietary?
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Old September 18th, 2010, 03:21   #5
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Real steel, depending on the brand there's some minor filing involved.
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Old September 18th, 2010, 03:25   #6
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I'd probably get one if they can finally release the STANAGs... can't stand these damn Thermolds.
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Old September 18th, 2010, 04:07   #7
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how much is it??
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Old September 18th, 2010, 05:19   #8
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hey Amos, do you know if you can put magpul grips on these bad boys?

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Old September 18th, 2010, 11:04   #9
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Seeing as it's designed by Koba, does it have a TK twist barrel as standard? What are mag prices/availability like? Is velocity adjustable? If so, what's the range on adjustment?
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Old September 18th, 2010, 12:47   #10
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Doesn't have the twist barrel as the velocities are in the 450+ range stock.

Mags are available -- but a little challenging to find right now (the factory is focusing on producing guns more than magazines at this moment)

RA-TECH and Cradle airsoft make velocity adjustment doodads and I'm not sure about range -- The only one I've fielded outdoors is a hand-cut down pink hello kitty one
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Old September 18th, 2010, 13:33   #11
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I would go RA TECH. I mean for cradle parts. I've seen some people breaking their bolt carrier because its hard to replace the piston inside it. With RA TECH all you have to do is adjust it with a hex key.
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Old September 20th, 2010, 10:57   #12
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hey Amos, if your doing any external upgrades for your gun. Can you post some pics here please Ill do the same when I get all my parts
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Old September 20th, 2010, 11:30   #13
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I would go RA TECH. I mean for cradle parts. I've seen some people breaking their bolt carrier because its hard to replace the piston inside it. With RA TECH all you have to do is adjust it with a hex key.
piston=/=velocity adjuster....

I have a cradle velocity reducer, it works fine
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piston=/=velocity adjuster....

I have a cradle velocity reducer, it works fine
Yes im pretty sure you have insights on how to install these upgrades. Some people dont and they break the bolt carrier. I'm not sure yet which FPS reducer I'll install on mine.
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The RA-TECH stuff will be cheaper than ordering in Cradle stuff from the states

And yea -- it' a little challenging to install if you're new to gas-blowback systems... but it's something I'd say even TheNooblord could do properly

I'll help make up your mind:

Cradle stuff you need to disassemble your bolt and place different rings on a piece to adjust your FPS

the RA-TECH you stick a small key inside the bolt and adjust the FPS by essentially turning a screw.

As for external upgrades on one of these things... Here's one I built for a buddy of mine a few months ago:



I think you should copy it
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