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PostSubject: WILSON COMBAT TSGC   Mon Jun 29, 2009 9:53 am



It is after a long time ..not considering...

WILSON TSGC of WA was produced this time.
Inner uses made of MGC.
It had a hard time producing because it was small.
It is still adjusting it though it tentatively completed.

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PostSubject: Re: WILSON COMBAT TSGC   Mon Jun 29, 2009 10:00 am

wow Wataru that conversion looks great Very Happy ,you really are showing just how skilled you are,I have done an airsoft conversion myself and i know how akward it is especially to get it to fire properly,so well done and thank you for sharing it with us here,
lets see some more please Shocked Shocked

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PostSubject: Re: WILSON COMBAT TSGC   Mon Jun 29, 2009 10:29 am

Wow, great little modelgun!

I appreciate the work you have put in doing this, it is not as easy as it looks.

(and I especially like black 1911s ;-) )
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PostSubject: Re: WILSON COMBAT TSGC   Mon Jun 29, 2009 10:50 am

That is a beautiful piece of work wataru Wink

I can understand why we've not heard from you recently now, you've been working hard on this Very Happy

As Kickback said, thank you for sharing this with us,

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PostSubject: Re: WILSON COMBAT TSGC   Mon Jun 29, 2009 1:12 pm



Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for commenting and doing.

Please teach when there is a part that I want to see.
I want to show it as much as possible.

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PostSubject: Re: WILSON COMBAT TSGC   Tue Jun 30, 2009 2:32 pm

Wataru,

Another great job mate.
I assume people are curious as to how did you manage to set up breech area and a firing pin.

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PostSubject: Re: WILSON COMBAT TSGC   Wed Jul 01, 2009 12:41 pm

shazhib,

THX!

Breech used MGC-GM's.
Parts cut out from WA are bonded to breechhead.
And, the brass material was installed.
Firing pin is putting out of a stainless cut.
The pin of the resin is taken out by using the drill of 5.5mm.

English is difficult ・・・.

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PostSubject: Re: WILSON COMBAT TSGC   Wed Jul 01, 2009 12:53 pm

Hello wataru,

Your use of English is excellent, please do not worry Very Happy

I look at the photographs of this modelgun and cannot believe what a beautiful looking gun it is Very Happy
Custom work like this fascinates me, I am envious of your skills and others like you able to create such works of art.

Will we soon see video of this beauty firing please Question

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PostSubject: Re: WILSON COMBAT TSGC   Wed Jul 01, 2009 1:32 pm

Wataru,

Could you let please let us know which parts are from where?
- slide and frame: WA airsoft?
- hammer and mechanism inside frame: original MGC?
- barrel and chamber: shortened MGC?
- recoil spring, plunger: modified MGC or originalWA?
- breech block: modified MGC
- firing pin block: custom made from resin, with drilled hole
- firing pin: custom made from steel

Your English is good! 日本語 は 非常に 難 である
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PostSubject: Re: WILSON COMBAT TSGC   Wed Jul 01, 2009 1:58 pm

AWESOME work Shocked

I can't imagine how much work you have put through this to make the parts fit and work.

Applause from Sweden.

Oh yeah, you really can't show us too many pictures of this gem!!!

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PostSubject: Re: WILSON COMBAT TSGC   Thu Jul 02, 2009 9:59 am

Cerwyn ,

Is my English safe?
 
There are still a lot of terrible customers in Japan.
I am making Modelgun for the movie now.
I want to open it to the public also in the forum among those.

It is to be adjusting operation by WILSON and wait for firing a little more, please.

SMG will be scheduled to be made next time.


smootik,

- slide and frame: WA airsoft?
YES! WA's was used.
- hammer and mechanism inside frame: original MGC?
In the hammer, WA  inside frame is MGC.
- barrel and chamber: shortened MGC?
Barrel and chamber is MGC.
Barrel of WA is pasted and the stainless steel is pasted to covering chamber.

- recoil spring, plunger: modified MGC or originalWA?
YES!MGC.
- breech block: modified MGC
That.
- firing pin block: custom made from resin, with drilled hole
The pin comes out when the hole is expanded by the drill of 5.5mm back.
- firing pin: custom made from steel
NO! It began to cut down from a stainless stick.

English doesn't have confidence. To be precise 日本語は非常に難しい!
難であるunderstands the meaning.


2Sharp,
Thank you for the impression.

Can it be obtained made in Japan Moderugun also with Sweden?
The new work here is TANAKA-PYTHON.

It opens it to the public if there is a part that I want to see with CustomModelgun!
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PostSubject: Re: WILSON COMBAT TSGC   Thu Jul 02, 2009 10:18 am

Dear wataru

Your English is indeed safe, you do very well to write and explain details, your efforts are appreciated very much, thank you Exclamation

You mention making modelguns for Movies. You did show us a preview of one of your own Movies recently featuring modelguns, Tokarev TT33 and Mauser M712. Do you make all your own special prop guns as well as produce movies Question

We will wait patiently to see this beauty firing, and anxiously await your SMG Exclamation That should be superb Exclamation

貴重なwataru あなたの英国は書くために全く安全、とてもよくするであり細部を説明するために、あなたの努力は非常に認められる、ありがとう 映画のためのmodelgunsを作ることを述べる。 私達に最近modelguns、Tokarev TT33およびMauser M712を特色にするあなた自身の映画の1本の下検分を示した。 農産物映画と同様、あなた自身の特別な支柱銃をすべて作るか。
私達はこの美の発砲を見るために忍耐強く待ち切にすばらしいべきであるあなたのSMGを待つ !

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PostSubject: Re: WILSON COMBAT TSGC   Thu Jul 02, 2009 10:34 am

wataru wrote:

2Sharp,
Thank you for the impression.

Can it be obtained made in Japan Moderugun also with Sweden?

Not any longer, airsoft took over the market 10-15 years ago, i've found my modelguns while travelling and also thanks to this forum Smile
In my youth there was LS, Marui and Kokusai modelguns for sale here, there has been some others, Hudson, Nakata etc.

I try real hard to find old modelguns here in Sweden. But i have seen one, maybe two in the last 15 years. It seems all Swedish modelgun owners hide pretty well Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: WILSON COMBAT TSGC   Thu Jul 02, 2009 2:30 pm

Part is a correction.
WA's was used forward of the inner frame.


Cerwyn,
It was an explanation in Japanese and there were Ariga etc.

Propgun is delivered to the company of special effects of Tokyo.
Then, various technologies were acquired.

Perfectly operating M712 and TT33
It is difficult. The condition seems to have improved when improving it to M712 central fire.

SMG works hard and is made.


It is serious to collect Modelgun in that.

It is possible to still obtain it here.
↓ It is terrible.

http://www.camp-jp.com/modelgun.htm
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PostSubject: Re: WILSON COMBAT TSGC   Thu Jul 02, 2009 6:04 pm

Thank you wataru

I really hope that you may allow us to see your SMG please Very Happy

You may have seen movies both here and on youtube by Lucifer. He is also skilled in the art of making modelguns work as they should. His modifications to Marushin's abs M712 appear to be very successful. I would be very interested to learn more about your Centre Fire modification please Question

Work done by gentlemen like yourself is really inspiring. We can learn so much to make our models much more enjoyable Smile

I checked one or two prices asked for modelguns on the link you kindly gave. Prices were very low compared to those charged by Retailers outside Japan.
Is it possible to purchase models from them for delivery overseas Question

I've never seen a Thompson with a wooden grip like that before. That's very unusual. Could anyone shed some light on it please Question

N.B. To avoid getting completley off the topic of wataru's Wilson I'll post up a seperate thread for this Thompson...

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PostSubject: Re: WILSON COMBAT TSGC   Sun Jul 05, 2009 8:14 am

Hello Cerwyn,
Please wait for SMG a little more.
When producing it, the magazine for a real gun was obtained.

Lucifer is terrible.
The technology is also wonderful. The environment that the machine tool has been enhanced is envied.
I also think that I will make the custom that you are surprised in the future.

I think that the overseas shipment is impossible because the shop in linked Websites is the mom-and-pop stores.
How if it asks the member in Tokyo?

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PostSubject: Re: WILSON COMBAT TSGC   Sat Jul 18, 2009 6:22 pm

Hello wataru

Forum members Francky and shazhib are both great sources for modelguns and parts direct from Japan. I guess most of us buy our supplies from them Very Happy

I will wait patiently for your SMG project, as well as any of your future custom models Very Happy I know they will be worth waiting for!

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PostSubject: Re: WILSON COMBAT TSGC   Sun Jul 19, 2009 7:23 am

Hello Cerwyn,

Hit barrel and Extractor was procured from Francky for this WILSON production.
They are when parts are procured even in case of being in Japan and it survives really.

SMG of the next work is an open bolt.

Because each adjustment had ended, three discharge successivelys.

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