Is it in Stock?

Share this post TFUPM Posted February 01, 2015 in Questions, Stock

Do you have it in stock?............... Yes of course we do!

 

This seems to be a commonly asked question, and given what has been out there in the past I can understand why. Here at Western Canadian Airsoft Supply it is our policy to only have on the site what we have it stock. Thusly everything you can see we have and if we run out it will be otherwise posted with a restock ETA or taken down. We will be using our Facebook page to update you on incoming orders, new item teasers and restocking info.

 

Robin Parnell

President

Western Canadian Airsoft Supply

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World Market Pricing

Share this post TFUPM Posted August 30, 2014

What is world market pricing exactly?

 

This is a great question, and one whose answer is at the very core of Western Canadian Airsoft Supply (WCAS). World market pricing is exactly what it sounds like; all of our products are priced in competition with what the rest of the world is paying for them. No extra mark-up just for being in Canada. As Canadians, we have grown frustrated with being charged extra for products that sell everywhere else in the world for less. This frustration led to the creation of Western Canadian Airsoft Supply. During the process of starting the company and making sure our products were quality and fully legal for sale in Canada, we discovered that you can sell products in Canada and make a profit without increasing the price for some unknown reason. As such, WCAS is dedicated to bringing airsoft products to Canada at the prices that the rest of the world enjoys, or at least as close to it as we are able. If you are new to airsoft or are just curious as to what the rest of the world sees for airsoft, feel free to visit any of the sites below, or any similar reputable sites that you find, and compare the model number (minus the “C” at the end) of any of the products we sell or any other that you find and compare the price. Please keep in mind that alot of what you see doesn’t meet the legal requirements to bring it into Canada and WCAS has the models modified by the manufacturer and relabeled as a Canadian model.

 

 

www.uncompany.com

www.redwolfairsoft.com

www.evike.com

www.wgcshop.com

shop.ehobbyasia.com

www.airsoftatlanta.com

 

 

Robin Parnell

President

Western Canadian Airsoft Supply

 

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Golden Ball BB Quality Testing

Share this post TFUPM Posted March 21, 2014 in Airsoft Pellets

We had never heard of Golden Ball BB’s and definitely had never used or seen them in action before this test. So in an effort to make sure that we only have products we stand behind, we conducted this BB test to test the quality and consistency of the Golden Ball BB against some of its main competition. The test was conducted in an indoor and controlled environment to keep everything as even as possible at the ranges of 15, 25 and 35 meters. Below is a picture of the range set up used for the tests.

All shooting was done with 2 AEG’s, one Marui G3SG1 shooting 405fps with a 6.04 inner barrel and a Marui SR16 shooting 370fps with a 509mm 6.04 inner barrel. Each type and brand of BB was shot 10 times (semi-auto) at each range with marking of shots after each round of 10. Hop-ups and sights were set before test at 35m with Green Devil BB’s and not adjusted there after. Below you will see a picture of the BB’s used for the test.

To help with clarity we circled the groupings and have added a transparent color over lay. If one of the 10 shots was way out side the rest of the grouping it was omitted from the circle and written off as hop-up malfunction. Below is a legend for reference.

NOTE: For sizing reference the rings on the targets are 25.4mm or 1 inch apart.

 

We found at 15m all BB’s are in tight groups out of both guns. See Below.

 

Gun: Marui SR16 | Distance: 15m

Gun: Marui G3SG1 | Distance: 15m

 

At 25m we also found that most of the BB’s were in similar sized groupings. See Below.

 

Gun: Marui SR16 | Distance: 25m

Gun: Marui SR16 | Distance: 25m

Gun: Marui G3SG1 | Distance: 25m

Gun: Marui G3SG1 | Distance: 25m

 

At 35m is were the differences started to show up, unfortunately with the SG1 with the enhanced hop-up all the way off, some of the Green Devils were off of the board. See Below. Pay attention to the grouping sizes and the clustering of BB’s in side each group.

 

Gun: Marui SR16 | Distance: 35m

Gun: Marui SR16 | Distance: 35m


Gun: Marui G3SG1 | Distance: 35m

Gun: Marui G3SG1 | Distance: 35m

 

This test was in no way set-up to enhance or promote one BB over the next. We tried to keep everything as even as possible and feel free to come to your own conclusions from the results. Our conclusion was that the Golden Ball BB’s performed as well or slightly better than the other brands tested leaving them all really on the same playing field. Which in our minds was very good for the BB we never heard of given the competition it was up against.

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