GBLS is a South Korean manufacturer who is noticeably new to the industry of Airsoft as a company and has decided to innovate past the norms of what is expected in the technological norms of today’s Airsoft market. The Dynamic Action System, otherwise known as the DAS, is a new mechanical system which simulates the reciprocation of a moving bolt carrier group without the use of gas propulsion. This system works with a split gearbox of one main gear that reciprocates the bolt carrier backwards, not only creating a recoiled effect but also compressing the spring in the bolt and chambering a new bb.
ASG have previously released the CZ Scorpion EVO A3 with much success followed by not only the CZ P09 but the CZ SP01 Shadow as well. Now comes the CZ Bren 805 A1/A2 in both short and long variants. It is a pity that the CZ Bren 805 did not get the same PTW-esque treatment as the EVO A3, however it did seem to get the same external treatment in regards to how closely it resembles the real counterpart.
The Remington M40 is a bolt action sniper rifle which was co-developed and adopted by the USMC. A rifle that chambers the 7.62 NATO caliber round, the M40A3 variant was developed to be used by Marine snipers with a match grade barrel. Unfortunately this rifle was succeeded by the M40A5 in 2009, but with the McMillan stock, the M40A3 has little difference to that of the M40A5. The ASG licensed VFC M40A3 is very much a cool representation of that rifle.
An AEG that functions like a PTW but isn’t a PTW. ASG have set a standard for manufacturers and that’s not all. Using the original molds of a real firearm and liaising with third parties to accomplish better internals. This is what makes good products… or is it?
Before you start looking at these pictures and try to assess whether you have seen a real world variant of this gun, let me just stop you in your tracks and tell you that this is not a direct replica of a Real Steel firearm.