Well, here it is, gas gun fans.  A battle for the ages.  I have thrown the KWA LM4 PTR, King Arms Colt M4A1 & the G&P WOC M4 Kit into the ring together to see which one(s) will make it out alive. 
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Triple GBBR Comparison Review - KWA LM4 PTR vs. King Arms Colt M4A1 vs. G&P WOC M4 Kit
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 Here on the Pyramyd Airsoft Blog, I will cover the good, the bad and the hideously ugly of these three rifles.  I will freely admit that these are not the only gas blowback M4 rifles out on the market, but are the only ones I had access to.  In an ideal world, I would have liked to include the KJW/Tanio Koba M4 GBBR, the Inokatsu M4 GBBR & maybe the Bomber M4 GBBR as well. Maybe someday.  But for now, these three rifles will have to do.
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Triple GBBR Comparison Review - KWA LM4 PTR vs. King Arms Colt M4A1 vs. G&P WOC M4 Kit
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 Feelings will not be spared.
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Triple GBBR Comparison Review - KWA LM4 PTR vs. King Arms Colt M4A1 vs. G&P WOC M4 Kit
Tom Harris for the Pyramyd Airsoft Blog
 So let's cut the crap, shall we?  

Just a tad bit more to add to my coverage of the Spartan Imports booth at Shot Show 2012.  This time, featuring some new Classic Army AEGs, like the Krebs Custom AK47 tactical Airsoft AEG. 

 If you're into AKs, you might appreciate some of the subtle details seen in the photo above.  A plethora of Picatinny rail space (RIS), including a rail sitting directly over the upper receiver.  This is a really nice feature because it eliminates the need for you to have to spend additional cash money on a scope mount rail if you wanted to run an optic on your rifle, which I would highly recommend if you're a serious shooter, or desire to be one someday.  Also included is what's likely to be a high-cap AK magazine AND...if you look closely, you'll notice my beloved Classic Army VLTOR-style crane stock.  I LOVE THIS STOCK.  SUPER FUNCTIONAL AND SUPER GOOD-LOOKING. 

Check out the rest of the guns I "scoped out" at the Spartan Imports booth after the jump...
                                                     (^See what I did there?)