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MickeyD

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War Sport Industries LVOA
« on: January 11, 2015, 04:22:31 PM »
Forums have been kinda quiet lately, thought I'd try to get some discussions going.

So I was browsing YouTube and came across an interesting style of rifle that is starting to catch on in both the airsoft and real-steel market.




The War Sport Industries LVOA was designed to reduce muzzle flash and provide a sleek, modernized platform for the modern shooter. The intent was to make a rifle that would produce a muzzle flash that would not interfere with night vision optics as well as allowing for "Next Generation" accessories. Basically, this rifle is Chris Costa's dreamgun.

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Though it shares most parts with the M4 platform, this system has a certain quality to it that separates it from the rest and has gotten it attention from shooters worldwide. Copies of this system can already be seen in airsoft, such as GBBRs that have been customized with real-steel LVOA handguards (you may recognize the shooter as Chris "Hollywood" from WarFighter Airsoft)



But if GBBRs aren't your thing, rumor has it that Krytac has secured a license agreement with War Sport Industries to produce an airsoft replica of the full LVOA rifle. Release date is TBA, but I'm sure we'll start seeing these as they become more and more prevalent on the market. So what are your thoughts on this new weapon? Innovation at its best or "Tacti-Cool" gone too far? I'd like to hear your thoughts



 
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Re: War Sport Industries LVOA
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2015, 06:51:25 PM »
A lot of the polarstar guys are making replicas of these already. I've been seeing them more and more the last few weeks.
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Re: War Sport Industries LVOA
« Reply #2 on: August 26, 2015, 01:52:42 PM »
So Krytac has officially announced that their Licensed LVOA is dropping this Fall... Anyone else excited for this?  ;D
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Re: War Sport Industries LVOA
« Reply #3 on: August 26, 2015, 08:48:53 PM »
Good to know.

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