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PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2011 1:01 pm    Post subject: KJ Works - Statement  Reply with quote

Hi all

As you know I have just started to sell KJ Works CO2 air pistols, the general opinion is they are great guns, powerful and accurate, however, there does seem to be an issue with some of the mags leaking.

So, I have been speaking with Chris Kong who is the Managing Director of Red Wolf Airsoft UK, one of the biggest distributors of airsoft equiment in europe and it is they who supply me the pistols and mags.

Chris has phoned me this morning to explain that he has conatcted his counter part in Hong Kong and KJWorks to explain the problem to them and asked them to find a fix as soon as possible.

We both agree that when they get this problem sorted these guns will be awsome and I have no doubt that once KJWorks realise how massive the potential market is for these new guns they will address it as a matter of urgency.

In the meantime we are going to see if we can discover a DIY fix.

All I know is that once it has been sorted these pistols will sell like hot cakes! SO WE WILL FIND A SOLUTION!!

I'll keep you posted!

Mark H  
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2011 8:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is very good news - I am keen to get my hands on one the 1911's with some spare mags

(Even more so if there is a rule change to allow their use in IPAS!)
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 21, 2011 3:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ian Hutchinson wrote:


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(Even more so if there is a rule change to allow their use in IPAS!)


In a quiet moment I half thought about joining the IPAS association just so I could attend the AGM at Sywell on the 27th of this month, and politely state or add to the case for 6mm pistols being allowed in plate shooting - after all, everywhere else in the world that has non-live fire pistol plate shooting allows 6mm BB pistols - Taiwan, Japan, HK, Macao just off the top of my head.

With Umarex moving more and more to 4.5mm BB and all but abandoning new pellet pistols of any real quality, a look to the future should be investigated.

As an aside...

I wonder if KJW could be persuaded to bring out a CO2 Glock variant, for those that prefer their pistols a little more tupperware? Wink

Having said that, I do rather like polymer framed pistols!!

-Rob
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 21, 2011 5:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

IPAS View - I thought was Safety but
View that Gun's originally available would not Ring plates

But New CO2 ones will -

Safey Rebounds - using right balls will Ring plate and break  Wink

I much prefer my KP -6 than my Old S & W Pellet Gun

Speaking to Terry Watsun - IPAS Secretary - Is on this Sunday's Agenda
6mm being Allowed -

BOB/R


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