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The collection contains various makes and models: MGC, Marushin, KSC, Kokusai almost all of the collection consists of semi/full autos. Revolvers, airsoft guns, regular cap guns etc, really don't seem to interest me that much. I bought an airsoft H&K pdw (Marui) it was fun, but not enough to keep my interest for long as the mechanics of the modelguns guns are what interests me, not what they shoot. My collection started little over a year ago, starting with an Marushin M712 model kit. As always, with anything fascinating, the collection keeps growing.
Legend: ABS: Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (a hard plastic resin)
HW: Heavy Weight (abs with cast in powdered zinc which makes a heavy/ dense plastic resin)
ZINC: an metal alloy of varying hardness's
CP: Cap Piston (two types: one where you use an old cap like an umbrella seal on the "piston" and the HW type, which uses an O-ring on the "piston" to help control the gasses.
PFC: Plug Fire Cap the (old) Marushin system. Basically, the cap itself functions as the gas seal pushing against the piston, with the cap facing downwards towards the cartridge base which contains the pin that ignites the cap. this design being totally opposite the MGC system which places the cap at the base of the cartridge and the pin on the piston and the threads near the cartridge top as opposed to the Marushin design with the threads near the base of the cartridge where the gas pressure is the highest.
PFC/HW: Plug Fire Cap / Heavy Weight: The (new) Marushin system, Basically an up-dated pfc design using O-rings on the "piston" and the cartridge base.
Paper cap: just like a old "rolled cap" except that the caps for these contain more powder and are printed on a flat sheet of paper 200 caps to a box, 4-5 caps per cartridge.
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