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Tokyo Marui H&K 416C

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Unsure if this is new news, but a 26/3/16 release date on a very nice looking piece of kit:

 

http://echigoya-guns.com/guns/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=623

 

Slightly tempted...

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If TM are producing an AEG recoil version of the 416C and it gets shipped to the UK then I have found my back-up gun :). Can use the same magazines. I really like the HK sliding stock for compactness, even if it means the battery has to be front mounted (in PEQ box).

 

Article here from Sep 2015 about it: http://www.popularairsoft.com/tokyo-marui-hk416c-m4-patriot-hc-55th-all-japan-model-hobby-show

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Battery in the magazine...I recall ARES were crucified for having this idea in their Grease Gun...

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Ares where but TM have wired this to the front as well so you can use battery mags or regular mags and a peq / battery grip for battery.

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Indeed. Be interesting to see which is the most popular.

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The battery mags are 30 round but looking at the space and using a lipo I think you could increase this to 90 easily. The aftermarket guys should hopefully make this available.

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Battery magazine is a cleaver idea, although not sure that I would want to buy 4 x NiMH batteries to be able to run four mags. Still prefer to just use one LiPo battery up front and keep using my 82 BB recoil mags.

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I fancy one if it's all metal. Do need a backup aeg krytac is on the list as a possible.

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The TM HK416C should now be available in the UK. Combat South are expecting delivery of stock today or early next week. I regret not phoning them yesterday and asking when the gun was due in before I drove down there for just some extra magazines, it would have saved a trip and I would have a new gun.

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