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Airsoft Core has been in the airsoft games since the 1990’s and we’ve seen our share of companies build their reputation from nothing, and seen others get complacent and fall. Some companies are known for a very specific thing, and some companies are known for been generically good with no specific standout
They’re a HUGE leap up from the 20-40 dollar spring guns or low power AEG’s you’d find at a large sporting goods store. In fact, a number of companies here made it into our best airsoft rifles for beginners list
A&K Airsoft was known for bringing more full metal guns to the market after the Tokyo Marui design was made more mainstream. You’ll find that this airsoft company is known for producing a product line mostly made up of all metal body models – M4’s, AK’s, MP5’s, M249’s you name it
However, their internals always left a bit to be desired. They weren’t BAD they just weren’t anything special. They built most things to spec so they took upgrades well. We think their only standout internal part was their gears. Their gears were rock solid
There’s one more thing about A&K, we found a lot of airsoft tech completely stripping all the internals and just using the body. This says a lot about how reliable and tough the externals are. Airsoft techs would custom build internals to fire at a reliable 350 fps at 30 rounds per second; all inside of a full metal A&K body
JG (Jing Gong) have come a long way since we started airsoft. When this airsoft manufacturer first came on the scene they were the low cost alternative to Tokyo Marui and Classic Army. Tokyo Marui guns were known for low power but reliable internals and Classic Army was known for full metal bodies with… okay internals
JG then cloned the Tokyo Marui gearbox with Hong Kong manufactured parts and placed them inside an ABS plastic body to great one of the first budget friendly yet solid AEG’s. The rest is history as they went on to make all kinds of additional entry level AEG’s and variations on that first design.
From a tech perspective, JG gears are reliably tough and the parts are of overall decent quality. However, they always fit a little tight inside their gearbox and JG’s were known to be a little “whiney” as you shoot them.
Nonetheless, the reputation that JG had was that they were an airsoft company that built absolutely solid AEGs at an affordable price point replicating the famous V2 gearbox design. Their guns were fully upgrade-able as they took very few shortcuts to allow them to make the airsoft gun at a cheaper cost
You could look at CYMA airsoft as a form of copycat maker or what we call in the business a clone manufacturer. They tend to focus a lot of creating entry level replicas of Tokyo Marui designed AEGs and bolt action spring airsoft guns
Much like A&K, they’re known for producing a good AK line of full metal airsoft rifles. In fact, some people take CYMA and A&K and use them interchangeably when it comes to their AK bodies. Much like A&K, the internals are serviceable, but fully capable of taking loads of upgrades
Another line that CYMA is famous for are their M14’s. The fact is, not too many manufacturers bothered making M14 and similar guns. Partly because the design is just not hugely popular and that the Version 7 gearbox is a pain to work with
Lancer Tactical has actually seen quite a bit of fluctuation in terms of quality. When this airsoft company first arrived on the scene they were known for an almost entirely plastic airsoft M4A1 platform with the only metal parts being some of the internals. Calling Lancer Tactical a budget brand was cutting them at a lot of slack at the time
To be honest, most of us laughed. However, it was a very smart design decision on Lancer Tactical’s part that actually allowed them to price the AEG at below $100 at the time. There were airsoft players, mostly younglings, who wanted to get into the hobby but simply didn’t have the funds. All the other cheaper sub-$100 AEG didn’t not stand up at all to the Lancer Tactical M4’s
Nowadays Lancer Tactical has improved their overall quality – moving away from the originally budget friendly, but cheap ABS plastic externals to something that will last much longer (and frankly now costs more)
Since then, they’ve actually dived into other products within airsoft, namely tactical gear and airsoft accessories like optics and flashlights. Where was Lancer Tactical sourcing this stuff? It was hard to say – but definitely from some cheap tactical gear or firearms accessory manufacturer out of China. Nonetheless, they provided low-priced protective gear that, for the time, was of enough quality to go out play airsoft with
Now, you can say that Lancer Tactical is synonymous with “starting the hobby seriously” type players. These buyers really beyond the plinking and goofing off phase and are really interested in giving this sport a go and buying a good quality AEG
The brands in this range take airsoft guns up to the next level in terms of quality of parts and consistency of build. These companies have better than average QA processes. You can also expect them to be a bit more expensive as well
The main standout feature that ISC brought to the game was the split gearbox, a huge innovation to Tokyo Marui’s V2 gearbox. The gearbox could be split between the air compression components and the locomotive components (visually it looks like a top half and bottom half). This means that ICS guns can actually have good quality compression parts for a field gun firing at 400 fps and have another set for CQB at 350 fps. It would only take about 1-2 minutes to mix and match the top halves of your gearbox and you’d be set to go. This also made the gearbox easy to maintain
Unfortunately, this means that the main knock on I Chih Shivan is that some of their parts don’t tend to match well with those coming from other brands. This is going to make it tougher to mix and match different pieces for your ISC gun rather than purchasing brand new components
ICS receives a B in terms of quality of internal and external parts with the split gearbox being their main standout feature. If you like that feature for the ability to change compression parts for to be easy to maintain, then an ICS gun is an easy sell
Classic Army dates back a long time ago to when Tokyo Marui first brought their innovative version 2 gearbox to airsoft. At the time, Tokyo Marui was known for their outstanding and reliable internals while CA brought the high quality full metal bodies to the airsoft rifles. During those days, you either had the money to go an airsoft company like Tokyo Marui for quality automatic electric guns, or you spent less on a CA for more unreliable internals but sporting a metal receiver
Since then, their internals have improved and currently they are a solid intermediate brand. Their bodies are still some of the highest sought after in the industry, but they are facing difficultly in staying super relative in this current airsoft age
G&G was one of our first introductions in the world of airsoft. They are well known for good quality automatic electric guns built from the beginning to be fully compatible with almost all the upgrade parts that exist. They innovated the use of plastic receivers in airsoft by being one of the first to use fiber nylon polymer instead of ABS plastic like many other makers before them
Simultaneously, they built out the combat machine line of AEG’s, which were their budget level M4s that included a rail system and a crane stock with a rear wired V2 gearbox. These were offered at a very affordable price and were a gateway airsoft gun for new players in the hobby due to their decent performance, accracy, and long range
G&G gets a A- in terms of the affordability and performance of their budget combat machine line. Their Top Tech line is good, but the out-of-the-box performance doesn’t quite make it to the first class tier currently – so they receive a B+ in that regard
The airsoft guns we’re about to mention now are for extremely experienced airsoft players or newbies looking to get the most advantage they can. High end guns from an airsoft company in this category do require more money than models from the other ranges, however
Except for one of these high end brands (you’ll soon see which) are all able to take the more effective and powerful lipo batteries straight out of the box. But, keep in mind that could void some warranties so you’ll want to touch base with the manufacturer of these airsoft rifles first