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EMG / Hudson™ H9 Gas Blowback Airsoft Parallel Training Weapon (Color: Black / Green Gas)

6 Customer Reviews

by London G. on 07/10/2020
"i didnt expect to get this in a Box Of Awesomness but i recieved it in the Independence day edition and i have to say, this is one solid pistol! i already have a 1911 by WE and its a great one . but this one has some similar feelings to the 1911s and im very impressed . it suprisenly feels good in the hands and the material of the pistol is very good ! im suprised im liking a pistol like this and its suprisenly good . my personal preference is that i wouldnt personally go out and buy this. but this is a pistol that can work for anyone because its that solid! 10/10
by Benjamin C. on 07/03/2019
"To start this off, I am quite new to Airsoft but I am not new to guns.

This H9 clone is a nice piece of hardware. Size and shape match up to a 9mm Hudson very well. Grips panels will interchange between my Hudson H9 and this airsoft version, so you can install VZ grips on this gun. I do not know if the sights will swap, but that is on the list. Take-down is identical to the original as well.

This airsoft pistol is not as "tight" as my H9, but it is not any looser than a Glock or M&P or other service pistol. It handles very well, the weight is just a bit light compared the H9, but it does weigh about the same as an aluminum version of that pistol would.

I like this thing and will picking up another one as funds permit. Buying a 2nd H9 with a threaded barrel this week tapped out the fun money for a bit.
by Nicolas R. on 11/12/2019
"The gun is really nice, when it works. Mine broke about a month after I received it the hammer seems to have had a bad casting and sheared off the part the spring catches on, I ended up keeping it as a paperweight for a while until i decided t try to fix the hammer. I ended up replacing the sheared off part of the hammer by putting a drill bit through it and gluing the bit in place after that fix the guns been running flawlessly.

-good weight and overall feel
-great magazine capacity booth bb count (25) and gas (managed to run 55 odd shots before having to refill gas)
-fairly easy to take apart to clean and fix
-shoots really straight right out of the box just needed less than a quarter turn on the hopup to land 40 yard shots

-hammer broke by itself just while firing although that might be isolated to my gun since i haven't seen any similar complaints
-as straightforward as a gas blowback pistol may be an owners manual would've been nice
by Robert C. on 02/20/2021
"I got this out a box of awesomeness and I can say that it is pretty awesome in some degree. First of all, it looks very nice, and actually feels very good in your hands. Overall construction is pretty sturdy, though the mock beaver tail and the metal piece below it is rather loose. You can feel them wiggle as you shoot.

Accuracy for this thing is very bad, though. It's not consistent. One shot will go down by at least an inch from where you're aiming, even at a short distance of 6 feet away, and then the next shot will be on level, but an inch to the right. No matter how much I change the hop up, the poor accuracy of this thing remains the same.

The box came with no instructions on how to do anything, so learning how to take apart this gun was a pain. The gun has a button on the right side that will push out a tab on the left which you're supposed to turn clockwise until it's pointing down, and then you are able to pull off the slide. Unfortunately, this tab you're meant to turn is so stiff that I thought it was just for show until I found out you're supposed to apply a lot of force to it. Doing so will give you access to your hopup, but unfortunately as I said, it doesn't do a thing at least for me. Putting the slide back on is also a PITA at times since the barrel likes to move about as you're putting the slide back on.

The magazine is very good. It's probably one of the better magazines that I've had. It's easy to pull down the spring with a fingernail, even if yours are very short. It uses green gas, and a lot of it per shot. You would usually only get enough gas to shoot all your BBs if you're lucky because there are times where you're going to start running on fumes for the last 5 or so BBs.

It doesn't come with any safety installed, but there are tools that would let you install a thumb safety, though as I said, the item doesn't come with instructions, so good luck trying to figure out how to do so.

Overall, I like this gun just for its looks and feel, but I won't use it for anything other than casual games or casual target shooting if you don't mind missing most if not all your shots. Definitely not worth the $200 price tag, no. You can get much more reliable sidearms for $100+ cheaper that shoot straight out the box.
by Stanley A. on 08/23/2019
"I like the gun for the most part. Only things I really don't like, is I can't seem to be able to even go through a full mag without the grass running out. Maybe it's just the mag buy without getting another mag, I won't be able to tell. The other thing is the beaver tail safety doesn't actually work. Again, maybe it's mine I'm unsure.
by Gabriel F. on 07/20/2019
"It's decently well-made - the OEM is WE, and they make some really nice GBBs. The ergonomics are cool and the balance is excellent. It's also pretty light - mine is 27.7 ounces with a mag, Hogue grip sleeve, and small laser module attached. Without those extras, it's significantly lighter than even a Glock 19 GBB. I had to add the Hogue grip sleeve because I have big hands and the H9 has a very small and squared off grip. There are no aftermarket grip options for the H9 that remedy this, so if you have big hands, definitely think about getting a grip sleeve.

The gun (much like the real H9) has the sights set up for a 12 o'clock hold (meaning you hit at the bottom of the front sight post). This is less than ideal, because you can't see where the BB is hitting without breaking sight picture and looking up over the gun.

Another issue is that the hop up is incredibly weak. Even dialed all the way up with 0.25s, the BB is still arcing down past 40 feet. I was able to remedy this by poking at the top of the hop-up with a punch until it was actually providing some hop. Accuracy is decent, not great, as the tolerances are not particularly tight. I was able to put a couple layers of electrical tape in both the magwell and around the barrel to snug up what were very loose gaps.

Also, the gun comes with a manual safety that you can install on one or both sides of the gun, but no instruction manual explaining it. You have to use the tiny hex wrench provided to loosen a set screw on the right side of the chassis, then pry the metal blocks out to replace them with the safety.

Overall, it's cool to get what's likely a rare gun (since Hudson is bankrupt and the gun is not being produced), but for the price it's not all that good of a GBB. I have a bunch of WE-Tech GBBs that were less than half the price and perform better.