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airsoft shops
17-08-2008, 11:27 PM
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airsoft shops
let's list the airsoft shops we know so we can all buy MORE gear Big Grin station name/store name please

Akabane - Frontier: 3 shops (used, gun, and gear) right near the station, very friendly staff, and a great selection of everything. they don't do mods though.

Akihabara - Echigoya: its the shop we all know and love!
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18-08-2008, 02:17 AM
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Air-borne in Shinjuku
Phantom in Shibuya
S&Graf in Akihabara
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18-08-2008, 06:50 AM
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<!-- w -->http://www.redwolfairsoft.com<!-- w -->
<!-- w -->http://www.wgcshop.com<!-- w -->
<!-- w -->http://www.rsov.com<!-- w -->
<!-- w -->http://www.gunnerairsoft.com<!-- w -->

I would seriously recommend anyone new to the sport to buy accessories outside of Japan, as the prices are alot lower over seas especailly in HK. The 4 shops above are pretty much the Authority in Airsoft.

Redwolf are excellent although thier shipping can be pretty expensive, WGC is also very good and often stock the harder to find items. RSOV is in my opinion the best ACM shop on the market and I have very close ties with the owner Keith who is prepared to do bulk discount for the team as well as combine orders from Redwolf as his office is across the road from Redwolf.

Gunner is excellent and often has unique items but they have a tendancy to be slow, I have never had a bad experience with any of these companies and any issues i have had have been sorted out within 2 working days.
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18-08-2008, 10:10 AM
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ilovemystrat Wrote:Akabane - Frontier: 3 shops (used, gun, and gear) right near the station, very friendly staff, and a great selection of everything. they don't do mods though.

Still have a bad taste in my mouth with this shop. I think it's either the owner or cashier who really got on my nerves as I was window shopping and looking at products she kept bugging me whether I was going to buy something. I was also actually told not to touch anything if I wasn't gonna buy anything.

The other staff members though were friendly and helpful but the old lady there has just put me off so bad that I have vowed never to step foot in that store unless they are the only store on this planet that has what I want...even then I would think about.

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18-08-2008, 12:54 PM
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FarEast Wrote:http://www.redwolfairsoft.com
<!-- m -->http://www.wgcshop.com<!-- m -->
<!-- m -->http://www.rsov.com<!-- m -->
<!-- m -->http://www.gunnerairsoft.com<!-- m -->

I would seriously recommend anyone new to the sport to buy accessories outside of Japan, as the prices are alot lower over seas especailly in HK. The 4 shops above are pretty much the Authority in Airsoft.
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Agreed, although I'd personally throw in <!-- m -->http://www.uncompany.com<!-- m --> over gunnerairsoft (but that's after physically visiting these shops Big Grin).

Anyhow, I it's still good to wander to the TK stores so you can physically eyeball the products prior to ordering them online from HK.
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18-08-2008, 07:56 PM
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Un companies website interface is really bad and they don't actually keep track of what they actually have in stock.... have tried to order from the website several times only to find out they don't actually have it in stock.

Walk in store though is fantastic.
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18-08-2008, 08:17 PM
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ilovemystrat Wrote:Akabane - Frontier: 3 shops (used, gun, and gear) right near the station, very friendly staff, and a great selection of everything. they don't do mods though.

Still have a bad taste in my mouth with this shop. I think it's either the owner or cashier who really got on my nerves as I was window shopping and looking at products she kept bugging me whether I was going to buy something. I was also actually told not to touch anything if I wasn't gonna buy anything.

The other staff members though were friendly and helpful but the old lady there has just put me off so bad that I have vowed never to step foot in that store unless they are the only store on this planet that has what I want...even then I would think about.

ah, man that's too bad! stu and i went there like 5 times in one day and they didn't say anything and we were asking them tons of questions.
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19-08-2008, 05:54 PM
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<!-- w -->http://www.willy-peet.com<!-- w --> on the wrong side of the tracks in Akihabara. Expensive for custom parts, has a large selection of velcro backed patches.

Also Echigoya has a newer store in Shinjuku.
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