GEAR | MY FAVOURITE DEADLY CUSTOMS PRODUCTS!

Hi friends!


Welcome back to the blog! We're on a roll with posts this week, aren't we? In this post, I want to answer some of the questions I get asked regarding my belt set-ups from Deadly Customs - what my favourite products are and what I recommend. Let's get into it! Remember, you can also save 10% on your purchase at Deadly Customs using the code 'femmefatale' (this isn't an affiliate - just saving you that dollar dollar)


First up on my list of favourites is the Deadly Customs Glock Shooters Style Magazine Holsters!

The Glock shooters style mag holsters are constructed from genuine 2mm P1 Kydex and are a redesign of their larger big brother. They're shorter, lighter, and have more aggressive styling but still offer the same retention. They fit all Airsoft Glock 17, 18, 19, 22, and 34 magazines - I use mine for my Redwolf Airsoft X Agency Arms EXA. Each mag holster has 2 adjustable retention screws so you can adjust it to your play style and environment. They also have the ability to be canted forward or backward by 10 or 20° using the mounting holes.

I use these on my Ranger Green belt and M81 belt, so I opted for a green set and a black set but they are available in tan as well and cost £22.99 each.



The M4 shooter's style mag holsters are also made from genuine 2mm P1 Kydex and have aggressive Shooters styling. They are manufactured to fit all M4 mags. Like the Glock holster, each mag holster has 1 adjustable retention screw to customise it to the user. These have been designed so they can be stacked on top of each other and mounted either way to suit different players. They are also available in tan and black, and retail for £22.99.



When I'm not running a torch on my pistol, I love to use the signature Glock DC1! Like the other products, it is made from genuine 2mm P1 Kydex and is confirmed to fit all standard airsoft Glock 17, 18, 19, 22, and 34 on the market. In the photo, I am using my EXA! It is worth noting however that this is a right-hand-only holster.

It has 3 points of adjustment to enable you to set your draw. The Holster uses the trigger and lower frame for retention, this enables it to fit a variety of Glocks! This holster is available in different colours and starts at £39.99 and goes up to £80.96 (which is the variation I have).


When I want to run my Olight pistol torch, however, my go-to is the Deadly Customs DC4 Kydex Holster. My DC4 from Deadly Customs is molded around an Olight Valkyrie PL-2 torch which means most pistols can fit in the holster securely as long as they have a PL-2 torch attached to them. You can adjust the fit of the holster by adjusting the screws on the side of the holster. It's really useful to have when I want to swap out my sidearm for the day. To attach it to the belt I've mounted it on a Safariland QLS on a Low Rider with a thigh strap (you can check out my review of the DC4 here).


Lastly on my list of faves is the Deadly Customs Shooters Style 40mm Grenade Holster which is a brand new product from Deadly!

This holster has been 2 years in the making with numerous versions using different manufacturing techniques. Also made from genuine 2mm Kydex this uniquely designed holster will accept lots of different 40mm devices.

The shooters' style features aggressive styling that serves two purposes: the cut-out design means you can re-index your grenades far easier and quicker. The cut-out design also means you can deploy your 40mm faster - winner winner, chicken dinner.



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AIRSOFT 101 | A BEGINNERS GUIDE TO AIRSOFT GUNS!

Hi all!

Well, now we've discussed what airsoft is, let's take a look at the different kinds of airsoft guns that are available. In this post, we'll look at 4 types of airsoft guns - spring-powered airsoft guns, automatic electric guns (or AEGs), electric blowback guns (or EBBs for short), and gas guns (GBBR). I'll be doing a separate post on HPA airsoft guns!

Each type of gun on this list has different mechanisms and characteristics. This makes some airsoft guns more suited to game modes and environments than others and it also affects the price. 

Spring Guns 

So, spring-powered airsoft guns are exactly what the label says! They are powered by a spring mechanism that needs to be pumped or cocked. They don’t use any source of external power such as gas or batteries. This means spring-powered weapons are cheaper to run overall as there are no running costs except for BBs.

As for weapon classes, there are spring-powered shotguns, snipers, pistols, and rifles. The pistols and rifles in this category are usually entry-level and made from low-quality materials and offer a low FPS (think the types of cheap BB guns you can get on Skeggy market haha). However, spring-powered shotguns and sniper rifles, offer a completely different experience for the user, and a hell of a lot more fun too! Sniper rifles are high-powered and have an FPS of up to 500 FPS. The reason they are allowed such a high FPS is that they only fire one BB at a time over a long distance and they need that power for the BB to travel that distance (they also have a minimum engagement distance or MED). Spring-powered shotguns are a little different - they typically fire 3 to 6 BBs per shot (which makes them an effective weapon for CQB) but you can get single shot shotguns - these usually have an adjustable hop-up. Although spring-powered airsoft guns have the lowest rate of fire, they’re incredibly simple and easy to handle, perfect for beginner airsoft players. 

Here are some examples of spring-powered rifles Extreme Airsoft has online: 






Automatic Electric Guns (AEGs) 

Next up on our list, are AEGs or Automatic Electric Guns. These are widely used throughout the community from beginners to seasoned players due to their ease and variety. 

As the name suggests Automatic Electric Guns are powered by batteries. These airsoft guns usually have an FPS from 290fps (looking at you Tokyo Marui) up to 350fps. These airsoft guns have gearboxes, pistons, and adjustable hop-up systems at their hearts, to make sure they are accurate and reliable over short to mid-range distances. They usually have both semi-automatic and automatic firing modes. 

Here are some of the AEGs I rate from Extreme Airsoft





Electric Blowback Guns (EBBs) 

Electric blowback guns are very similar to automatic electric guns (in the way that they both use batteries as their power source), but when firing they use a fake bolt that gives a little bit of recoil to make your experience more realistic. These are usually more expensive than a standard AEG but are great for a player looking for more realism. 

Examples of Electric Blowback Guns from Extreme:




Gas Guns 

Gas guns are generally powered by either: CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) in the form of small silver canisters or Green gas which is a mix of propane and silicon that is held in a reservoir in the mags. 

Most airsoft pistols are powered by gas. Gas-powered airsoft guns sit in two distinct groups: blowback and non-blowback. Gas Blow Back (or GBB) guns give the user a realistic feel as it has more moving parts. The top slide or bolt carrier moves backward and forwards and loads a new round into the chamber with every squeeze of the trigger. Non-blowback guns don’t have the moving top slide/bolt carrier so do not give that realism. 

Generally, gas guns have a lower magazine capacity than say an AEG, and this is because the gas is usually stored inside of the magazine in a reservoir. 

Some gas blowback replicas from Extreme Airsoft I like:



CO2 airsoft guns work in the same way as green gas airsoft guns, but rather than having gas in a reservoir, they have a bulb of C02 to be inserted. CO2 is a higher pressure than green gas, so some C02 pistols have a higher FPS and need to be downgraded. 



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Post is originally written for Extreme Airsoft



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