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Airsoft Action is owned, written, published and run by people passionate about airsoft and has recently been voted "The Best Airsoft Magazine" in the widely-respected Popular Airsoft Awards for the last two years running. Edited by Nigel Streeter and supported by a host of airsoft and real-world experienced writers from both the UK and around the World, Airsoft Action provides the widest variety of articles with news, reviews, game, event and site reports, plus features covering every aspect the game along with training and tactical skills from experts in their field. Whether you are new to the game or an experienced player and no matter what type, style or genre of the game you enjoy, you will always find something of interest - and don’t forget to enter our awesome competitions! From hardcore MilSim to zombies, from the Wild West to World War 1 and on into the future - if it’s in airsoft, it’s in Airsoft Action!
Welcome to the latest issue of Airsoft Action, voted The Best Airsoft Magazine by airsoft players for three years running. If you want to be an Airsoft Sniper but don't want the high cost, read Bill's article about NUPROL's Tango Tactical 96 Package but if GBB pistols are more your thing, then Phil's look at the TM M45A1 will be of interest. Phil also gets his hands on KWA's excellent TK45 ERG and finds that a "Ronin" really can kick! On top of that, Bill also gets out a "big gun" in the form of A&K's awesome PKM, while Steve tackles the odd-looking WE GP1799 and checks out the Xcortech X3300W for good measure. For Kit & Gear, Bill finishes his round up of IWA 2019 with a look at the tactical goodness that is found in "Hall 9" and also gives us an overview of an American boot brand that is bound to make a big impression the UK, Bates Boots. Elsewhere, Will writes about a classic pair of binoculars that are perfect for a variety of impressions and gives us his take on how to "pimp" a daypack to make it more useful, while Frenchie introduces his new series and also writes about airsoft writers. To round everything off, Dust Monkey reports from Blind Dogs Post Apoc game, Bill interviews Shoji about playing in the spiritual home of airsoft, Japan and Billy Basics makes a brief return to finish his "Famous Raid" article about Operation Mercury. We hope you enjoy reading this issue as much as we did creating it for you! The Airsoft Action Team.