KWA NS2 M93R 3-Round Burst PTP Airsoft Gas Blowback (New Metal Slide & Frame Version)

KWA30445
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4.7 stars, based on 36 reviews

$169.95

ID: 30445 (GP-KWA-NS2-M93R)
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36 Customer Reviews

by Gavin B. on 02/25/2016
"As others have been doing, and after having a good amount of experience with this gun, I am giving an updated review. first let's go over the CONS of the long term:

1. As others have said, the gun is HEAVY, over a kilogram in fact. This means that almost all holsters placed on the belt will definitely cause sag on the pants. I use two vertical MOLLE holsters attached to my vest to prevent this.

2. Default O-rings do NOT last long, change them ASAP.

3. Extended magazines tended to drop out for no reason, don't know why.

4. Extremely inefficient gas system, as in the ratio of charging time to firing is almost pathetic and very rarely can I empty an entire mag before the gas runs out.

5. After awhile the slide gets sticky, at least with mine, even with frequent lubrication.

Now again, as a whole, the gun is not bad, it provides a lot of power in a tiny package. HOWEVER, the main benefit that it advertises, which is rapid fire in a small package, is kind of moot considering the ATP auto, ALSO by KWA, does FULL auto, not 3 round burst, in a pistol way more compact and light. As a secondary, get this if you wish, it's not the worst option, but there are better options for cheaper. AS a primary SMG? Get something else. Nonetheless, the kick is strong, and the gun still holds up well.
by Tatsuro K. on 12/28/2015
"This is an updated review to my old one which you can get to by scrolling down a bit more.

First off, I ended up selling this gun for a couple of reasons. If you are planning to use this as a secondary, I'd say you read this first. If you plan on using it as a primary type SMG weapon, still read this.

This gun has many pros, but there are some very powerful cons that definitely would make you put this gun away. First off, its extremely rear-heavy. Having a light-weight slide and a heavy metal mag makes this gun very odd. The rear-heavy ness makes you feel odd when shooting it (At least imo) and makes it harder to take quick shots because it sways a lot.

The gun feels weak to shoot. I tech 1911s and everyone knows that plastic slides don't kick as hard as metal ones, but the KWA slide is of some aluminum and makes it durable but also very light weight. As mentioned before, the odd weight to the gun also makes shooting it feel sluggish as the slide gives little to no kick.

One of the biggest problems I had with this gun was the odd weight. I had purchased a kydex holster and kept it on my left hip. Because this gun was heavy, it would tilt my whole belt to the left and would usually sometimes sag my pants towards the left. Because of the odd weight, I usually found myself trying to fix my gun before being able to crouch or sit because the gun would also move down backwards.

Also heres another thing, if you like the full-auto feature of this gun, think it over as it isn't the most practical feature. Gas runs out quick, its extremely inaccurate, and it doesn't give much kick.

If you plan on using this gun as a secondary, I personally wouldn't recommend it as it wont help as a backup and quick reactions will be thought twice.

If its as a SMG, plan on buying other things as using it standalone wont give you the best performance. Possibly a stock to reduce muzzle sway and extra mags and O-rings.

I still gave this gun a 4-star review because the internals are great quality, its durable, and the accuracy is on-point if you really concentrate and keep the gun stable.

Don't use it for speedsoft.

If you came here for the Pros and Cons to summarize, here you go.

Pros:
Good Stock internals
Air-Seal on point :D
Accurate
Durable
Full-Auto capabilities (More Options)

Cons:
Rear-Heavy
Stock-Oring is very unstable
Little to no kick
Long-Trigger Pull (Not even double action!)

If you read till here, give yourself a tap on the back. Thanks for reading mates.

Real History:
The real M93R was made mainly for Counter Terrorists but was then adopted to Law Enforcement for concealed rapid-rife carry.
When it comes to airsoft, its not the most practical firearm.
by Woodrow C. on 11/24/2015
"kWA simply rocks the house with this one! Just got it today and have put about 180 rounds through it so far. Chrono'd at around 340fps out of the box with .25's. Added 3 clicks of hop up and she was dead on at 40 feet. Semi, full and tri-burst all worked great. Getting about 42 rounds per green gas charge, but that has been getting better with each fill. The shoulder stock is an uber-cool must have! It really adds nice support for good, steady shots. It took a little, and I mean a little, work to open up the hole on the frame of the weapon where the large pin of the stock fits. I used a small round rat tail file for this. Go slow. Better to take off too little than too much. Get it to the point where a little tapping with a rubber hammer will take it the rest of the way. Make sure to add a little lube to help it slide on. You still want it to be snug, not sloppy. Took me about 15 minutes to get it to fit right, but I'm a slow and steady kinda guy. Yours may not even need it. Get spare mags!!!!! You will be sorry if you don't!

I hate orange tips and get rid of them as soon as I have ascertained that the weapon will not need to be returned. For this one, I masked-off the unpainted part of the barrel, then sanded the orange part to rough it up. The black paint will not stick to the orange paint if you don't. I used Krylon flat black. It's a pretty close look to the plastic un-painted part of the barrel, and you can't tell it's there from a few feet back. A heck of alot better than stupid orange. All the trouble these manufacturers go to so we can have realistic looking replica weapons with stupid orange tips...... but I digress. It will fit in a Bianchi holster that I have used for my M1911 and P08 Luger, but it is a tight fit. I may try to find something a bit larger.

In summary, this is a great weapon from a stand-up manufacturer that cares about quality. It is quite versatile, as it can be used as both a primary and awesome, kick butt secondary. Get it!!

As always, carry on, and be careful out there.
KWA NS2 M93R 3-Round Burst PTP Airsoft Gas Blowback (New Metal Slide & Frame Version)
KWA NS2 M93R 3-Round Burst PTP Airsoft Gas Blowback (New Metal Slide & Frame Version)

The M93RII is a weapon that is known for its unique capabilities that other full sized handguns cannot provide. The KWA M93RII features a select fire switch that allows the weapon to fire in three round burst or semi-automatic modes giving the weapon the flexibility to adapt to many combat situations. A folding front grip provides the operator increased control while operating on full auto and three round burst modes. The full metal construction of the weapon increases rigidity and durability, while the updated NS2 system provides reliable outstanding performance. The KWA M93R II provides the shooter massive amounts of firepower while maintaining a pistol frame.

Features:
  • Full Metal Construction
  • Semi-Auto and 3-Round Burst Firing Modes
  • Integrated Steel Front Flip-down Handle / Grip
  • Realistic Construction and Field Stripping
  • Uses KWA's renowned NS2 Gas System

  • Dimensions: 253mm x 175mm
    Weight: 1060g
    Muzzle Velocity: 340~350 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs and Green Gas)
    Inner Barrel: 125mm
    Magazine: 32rd Extended M93R Magazine included
    Gas Type: Green Gas
    Fire Modes: Semi-Auto, 3-Round Burst, Safe
    Package Includes: Gun, 32rd Extended Magazine

    Manufacturer: KWA

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