Today, I'm going to revisit the world of WE Airsoft guns. I have some particularly newsworthy items, in my opinion. James Chan of WE, uploaded a video to their YouTube channel announcing the development of their very interesting new split gearbox design for their new line of AEGs. Additionally, he also showcased a VERY attractive new Raptor rail system design, which reminds me quite a bit of the Remington Bushmaster ACR rail. I happen to love that design, so naturally, I was pretty excited to see one show up on the radar for Airsoft. Unless I missed it in the video, nothing shown in the video is available for sale as of the time this blog was written.
I will be honest that I haven't been paying much attention to WE over the past several months because there has been so much other exciting stuff going on in the Airsoft world that I happened to have missed a rather monumental update from them. So I will admit that this news is not really news anymore, since the video was uploaded back in April of this year. Apparently, they're in development on a gas blowback (GBB) version of the Magpul AK, which Beta Project produced on the AEG side. If you're wondering which of all the guns available on the market, I've been most interested in adding to my personal collection, the Magpul AK (AEG or GBB) is right up there at the top. So check out this quick video as well, to wet your appetites.
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