Whats happening at GearTech this October
A few new items in at GearTech recently. Some old favorites which always prove popular and a couple of new items and brands we’ve not had before. A monster of a sniper rifle from APS, Co2 powered shell ejecting. Lovely feel to it with an embossed stock.
A couple of new assault rifles including the much anticipated L1A1 from ARES. An iconic piece of kit for a lot of people and its sure to get a lot of admiring looks on game day.
Hot on the heels of the SLR is another release that airsofters have been waiting to hit the shelves, the ASG Cz Bren. With all the build quality and reliability people have come to expect from ASG this is another excellent release.
A nice little bundle deal in the form of the Magpul PTS Masada with ACOG scope and suppressor is a cracking deal. Only the one in stock so grab it while you can.
Something we have had in before but always proves popular is the CYMA Mp5 SD6 EBB. With a lovely little kick to it thanks to the blowback feature this is great fun to shoot. Ideal for CQB.
A couple of new pistols that we haven’t had before. For the history fans out there the rather lovely Webley Mk6 service revolver. Co2 powered with an aged finish to it this is ideal for the WWII fans out there or those that want a side arm that will make them stand out from the crowd. If you would rather play it a bit sneaky and go all ‘secret agent’ then the suppressed P38 from WE as part of their Classic pistol range may be just the ticket.
The paint commissions keep rolling off the bench with some really nice finishes for people. Always great to see the response these get on the various social media sites and with some of the most challenging themes so far about to be completed it should make for an interesting October. Don’t forget if you are interested in having something painted fill out the online form on the web site or ask to join the FB page dedicated to the paint side of things: https://www.facebook.com/groups/665190583647156/
Our first videos have also gone live and bring another dimension to the GearTech site. Showing off paint commissions and sales there may also be plans in the future to release a series of ‘How to’ guides to show some of the painting and weathering techniques we get frequently asked about.