Airsoft Action 07 - Mar 2012 - Page 23

SHOW TIME “If looks are anything to go by then KWA’s 1:1 replica of the Kriss Vector does indeed live up to its hype” Talk of the town: the KWA Kriss Vector the pattern I can see how it might work. According to the blurb Kryptek “utilises a multi-directional design to effectively conceal in a multitude of terrains that have either a lateral or vertical flow.” I couldn’t find anyone on the stand I could persuade to give me a set for review, but am now in contact with the Kryptek head office and will bring you more news as we get it. The guys at the Action Sport Games (ASG) booth had a good range of guns on display, including the long-awaited CZ Scorpion EVO 3 A1. Produced by ASG in Europe, the Scorpion was developed from original Ceská Zbrojovka (CZ) 3D drawings. Its electronic trigger system is able to deliver semi or fullauto and three-round burst and, among other things, the gun features a built-in system that detects jamming and shuts down to prevent possible damage to the gearbox. Although their Blaster Devil BBs are very popular here ASG is not so well-known for its airsoft guns, but with the Scorpion scheduled for release later this year that may well be about to change. Crosman has been around since the early 1920s and has been involved in just about every sector of the airgun and paintball markets, but it wasn’t unti