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PostSubject: TM SOPMOD   27/10/09, 05:31 pm

Salut.As vrea sa-mi cumpar un SOPMOD si v-as cere o favoare. Sa va dati si voi cu parerea... merita, nu merita... de ce ii bun, ce-i slab la el.

Mersi mult. Va pup Razz
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PostSubject: Re: TM SOPMOD   27/10/09, 07:20 pm

Replica care am avut-o in calcul si eu. Optasem intre un SR16 GBB, VFC SR16, VFC KAD PDW, SI Systema PTW. Intr-un final am ramas la modelul VFC SR16 doar pt ca era replica car mergea pe modul conventional si clasic de gearbox, care daca e sa cedeze am la indemana piesele pt schimb.

Tine cont ca asta era exact cand se prelua precomenzile pt SOPMOD, si nu se stia aproape nimic despre replica. Acum au mai aparut piese 3th party, de al diversi producatori dar inca nimic pt un upgrade de putere. Trage cu 90mps pt ca asta e legea in Japonia,iar Tokyo Marui asa isi vinde toate replicile.

Acum daca esti in cautare de realism, calitate, si bine inteles ceva rar, e replica care o cauti atunci ! Very Happy

Bateria unii si-au modata-o la 9,6v si au reusit sa ii dea un ROF mai bun, altii au pus si teava de precizie si sunt f multumiti de ea, dar cei care s-au bagat in gearbox ex sa puna un arc mai puternic au inceput sa aibe probleme cu ea. Exact ce nu imi aduc aminte.

Aici pt lectura ta:

http://www.airsoftretreat.com/forums/index.php?topic=72050.msg738534
Un rewieu tradus prin google

Aici un review

Primele impresii la cald cand au cumparat-o cei din tara http://www.airsoftromania.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=52&t=2822&start=135
http://www.airsoftromania.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=52&t=2822&start=150

Review http://www.airsoftromania.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=3849
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PostSubject: Re: TM SOPMOD   27/10/09, 07:30 pm

E pizda replica, din cate am vazut in review-uri. Numa, cum zice si Seba, daca iti convine sa mearga la 90 mps atunci ia-o, e perfecta pt cqb. Am vazut ca altii si-au pus si lipo pe ea si au marit ROF-ul. E TM, eu zic ca daca nu desfaci gearboxu, putin probabil sa ai probleme cu ea.
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PostSubject: Re: TM SOPMOD   27/10/09, 07:32 pm

Mai jos un review de pe arnies:

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Initial Impressions of the Tokyo Marui SOPMOD M4 AEG.

The newest offering from Tokyo Marui, the SOPMOD M4 follows in the new series of “more realistic” styled rifles aimed for the discerning player. While not as ultra realistic as the WA M4 or Systema PTW series, it does offer many of the same features and adds some new ones for considerably less money.



The SOPMOD features a full metal body with ‘Colt’ markings, a crane style stock, full RAS hand guard, and detachable rear sight. It has a good weight, and no body flex. Magazines are a new design, and unfortunately, NOT interchangeable with older M4/16 designs. The gun also comes with the Battery adapter for the special Crane Style battery. It uses a standard mini Tamia connector. A dedicated charger can be purchased separately.



The new SOPMOD M4 uses a version of the new “Recoil Engine” found on the AK74MN and AK74U. It also adds a new feature a type of temporary electrical cut-off switch that will engage after the last shot in the magazine is fired, rendering the gun non-functional, just like the real thing. Reactivation of the gun is done by the now very functional bolt catch/release lever. (The gun will cycle without the magazine in the gun, however.) The bolt cycling is fast and crisp. Semi-auto fire is surprisingly responsive unlike, normal Marui trigger units. The “Recoil” is good, while not the kick from a WA M4, it does provide for an enjoyable experience. You still have to hold the gun pretty steady to get tight groupings, as the recoil will actually spoil follow-up shots.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZytFW1DbKM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2O2T2XQ2tn4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSd14nnt_Bc

Magazines are completely redesigned for this new gun. They are not interchangeable with older designs. The quantity is now larger at 82 bb’s for a standard magazine, and 430 for the hi-cap. When using the hi-cap, the bolt stop function is disengaged. It is only in use with standard magazines.





The hop-up is a barrel type similar to that of the G3/G36/AUG and can be accessed in it's usual place.



The Crane stock houses a new style Metal Hydride battery
(8.4V 1300mah) with a new type of battery terminal interface. The Fuse (std. 15amp buss) is easily seen and changed in case of power surge. Battery changes are almost as easy as mag changes. There are some interesting changes to the electrical system within the crane stock itself. Within the center of the main tube of the stock lies two metal strips that are connected to the battery terminal. Also there are two exposed contacts on the bottom of the stock tube as well. This was done to provide electrical power to the gun while giving full use of the stock without the use of more wiring, which could become frayed or broken like the traditional crane stocks being used by players today. An elegant solution to a problem, although aftermarket parts people may find this difficult being locked into the OEM Battery.








http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGHkbM0VH4U

Muzzle Velocity is Marui consistent: 280-285fps
shot 1: 283fps
shot 2: 285
shot 3: 285
shot 4: 280
shot 5: 283
shot 6: 284

The SOPMOD M4 seems to fall right in the middle of the bunch between the very realistic (and expensive) WA M4 and Systema guns, and offers controlled and predictable performance above the G&G/Top-Tech and We Tech guns. While a lack of aftermarket parts availability seems to hinder it presently. Only time will tell. If this gun becomes more popular, then aftermarket parts manufacturers will most likely jump on, and we may yet see a new era in our toys.

OK, here's some of the "more later"



after you take out the allen screw on the bottom you can access the magazine capacity block/switch. kinda nice.

about the rail hand guard, the OEM unit is using the locking arm with the two 'teeth' to lock into the spoke ring. (I don't know what it's called)
it's really secured! better than a lot of the aftermarket ones out there, and there's
NO flex anywhere on this gun!


Reduced: 72% of original size [ 800 x 600 ] - Click to view full image


magazine latch seems to have a longer spring, and different lock orientation.


pistol grip and motor are regular M4/16



OK! take down is only by the removal of the FRONT body pin.
afterwards it slides back like a CA type mechbox. however, the Charging Handle is attached to the mechbox. so it slides out with everything.
careful, there are little springs, and bits there.
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b227/Gunfighters808/sopmod%20m4/CIMG6242.jpg

http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b227/Gunfighters808/sopmod%20m4/DSC03055.jpg




here is the hop unit. seems to be some mix of a AUG and G3 within a new housing. comes with a nice part in the back that seems to seal up nice with the box.
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b227/Gunfighters808/sopmod%20m4/DSC03067.jpg

http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b227/Gunfighters808/sopmod%20m4/DSC03074.jpg

here is some pics of the lower part of the mechbox, as you can see, there seems to contain the same gear set as found in the AK74MN, a 'infinite torque-up' style gear set. along with an extended anti-reversal latch.
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b227/Gunfighters808/sopmod%20m4/DSC03059.jpg

http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b227/Gunfighters808/sopmod%20m4/DSC03063.jpg

so far, that's all I've had time to do..
the gear set is a problem. bushings are standard 6mm
(plastic), don't know about the piston yet. from what I've heard, it may be a standard unit. but, we'll see.
the stock tube is a problem with the recoil guts in there, and you have to take it apart to take down the mechbox.

more later!
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PostSubject: :D   06/11/09, 06:40 pm

Pff mersi mult de informatii chiar mati ajutat mult cheers
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