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AEG P90 Airsoft SMG

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Description

Have you always wanted a P90 but couldn't justify the cost of a Tokyo Marui? Well at this price, you could afford to use it as a wall ornament!

This is a Hong Kong made Tokyo Marui clone, no trademarks, no gimmicks but it's as rock solid as the TM and shoots a dream. A true CQB gun with fantastic accuracy and range for its size.

ABS plastic construction with metal alloy RIS rail assembly on the top. The magazine is a TM 68rd lo-cap clone complete with dummy 5.7×28mm high velocity rounds. 

The gun field strips like the real gun and can be taken apart in seconds. Access to the gearbox and removal takes about two minutes.

It comes in a plain brown box with one lo-cap magazine, a speedloader and cleaning rod. You will need a mini battey 8.4V or 9.6V with small Tamiya connector.

PLEASE NOTE: We cannot offer a 12month warranty at this price so instead we sell these as 'Display Only' models. We will offer a 30-day no-quibble guarantee but to be honest, if anything does go wrong, it's an easy fix. If you don't agree with this, please don't buy it.

Back in stock once more, the one, the only... P90. Now with added much cheapness! She's small, beautiful and works every time. The Tokyo Marui version is shown in the photo with the black background. This version does not have a red dot, you can add one at your leisure :)
Specifications
CODE AEG007RBK
Approx FPS (+/- 5%) 360+
Approx Range 60M
Magazine Capacity 68rds
Battery Type Mini
Battery Connector Mini Tamiya
Shooting Mode Single Shot / Full Auto
Hop Up Adjustable
Gun Type Electric
Gearbox Style Version VI
Manufacturer Asia Electric Guns
Weight (Kg) 2.2000
Reviews
AEG P90 Airsoft SMG
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I purchased this (whilst on offer for £99) purely for the V6 gearbox and hop unit, as I'd intended to use it in another project gun. I was going to bin the rest.

However, it turns out that the Asia Electric P90 is far better than I'd expected, and on the basis of my first impressions I've decided to modify/upgrade it to use for skirmishing.

The quality of the plastics is fine. The gearbox is robust. The general feel is great. It shoots remarkably consistently (chrono'd at 370 +/- 5 on .2g) and has a pleasing report, if as somewhat slow rate of fire. Essentially it offers fantastic value for money, providing you get a good one...

The problem is that the quality control is highly variable - you never really know what you're going to get. I seem to have been lucky, but others have not.

If you strip it down, you can see evidence of cost-cutting in various places. For example, the 'bolts' holding the two halves of the shell at the front aren't really bolts - they are self-tapping screws that screw into the opposite half of the shell. At the rear, the bolt/screw heads are entirely fake and the two halves are simply glued together.

As the gearbox and upper receiver can be removed without splitting the halves, this isn't a problem - but I've heavily modified mine to use actual bolts, like the real thing (and more expensive replicas). This improves the realism and makes the whole thing more robust - but it really isn't bad at all 'as-is'.

The only real issue I had with mine was a small amount of wobble between the upper receiver (which is cast aluminium) and the shell. This is easily fixed with some tape or filler on the sliding faces. The receiver itself is nicely cast and looks great; although it is not trademarked in any way.

Generally it's a great design - the upper receiver pops out by depressing a spring-loaded catch. The barrel and hop unit come out with it. The hop unit is not pretty, but appears to be made of nylon and seems very strong. The outer barrel is threaded (14mm CCW), so you can replace the flash hider with a suppressor if desired. The thread is soft however, so avoid repeated use.

The gearbox (and battery) can be removed from the back of the stock without stripping. It does not however have the quick change (adjustable) spring feature of the G&G or selected King Arms models. To make it skirmishable you will definitely need to open the gearbox and change the spring.

The supplied magazine looks good and feels robust. I've had no feeding issues. Popping the mag into the receiver is immensely satisfying as you need to give it a bump with your fist to lock it in place; just like the 'HK Slap'.


I'm currently performing the following modifications to mine:

- Replacing all tapping screws with bolts/nuts and adding new fixing to the rear (avoiding the need to glue the shell together) in an effort to increase durability and realism

- Reinforcing various parts of the shell (with an ABS 3D printing pen and body filler)

- Adding realistic trades to the ABS shell (3D printed)

- Swapping the spring for a lower-powered one, or clipping the existing one (aiming for 0.2@350FPS)

- Adding a QD stud to the bottom/rear of the stock

- Adding a custom camouflage paint finish


If you're prepared to put some time into fettling and/or modifying it, it's a good deal at £99.

If you just want something to skirmish and have no interest in modification or tinkering, look elsewhere.

At £150 the choice becomes more difficult, as the King Arms model can be had for £160. I personally prefer the look of the this one (it has a different upper receiver) - but the King Arms is likely to have better quality control and materials, in addition to the quick-adjust spring.
AEG P90 Airsoft SMG
Quality Control Roulette - Good Base For A P90 Project
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I purchased this (whilst on offer for £99) purely for the V6 gearbox and hop unit, as I'd intended to use it in another project gun. I was going to bin the rest.

However, it turns out that the Asia Electric P90 is far better than I'd expected, and on the basis of my first impressions I've decided to modify/upgrade it to use for skirmishing.

The quality of the plastics is fine. The gearbox is robust. The general feel is great. It shoots remarkably consistently (chrono'd at 370 +/- 5 on .2g) and has a pleasing report, if as somewhat slow rate of fire. Essentially it offers fantastic value for money, providing you get a good one...

The problem is that the quality control is highly variable - you never really know what you're going to get. I seem to have been lucky, but others have not.

If you strip it down, you can see evidence of cost-cutting in various places. For example, the 'bolts' holding the two halves of the shell at the front aren't really bolts - they are self-tapping screws that screw into the opposite half of the shell. At the rear, the bolt/screw heads are entirely fake and the two halves are simply glued together.

As the gearbox and upper receiver can be removed without splitting the halves, this isn't a problem - but I've heavily modified mine to use actual bolts, like the real thing (and more expensive replicas). This improves the realism and makes the whole thing more robust - but it really isn't bad at all 'as-is'.

The only real issue I had with mine was a small amount of wobble between the upper receiver (which is cast aluminium) and the shell. This is easily fixed with some tape or filler on the sliding faces. The receiver itself is nicely cast and looks great; although it is not trademarked in any way.

Generally it's a great design - the upper receiver pops out by depressing a spring-loaded catch. The barrel and hop unit come out with it. The hop unit is not pretty, but appears to be made of nylon and seems very strong. The outer barrel is threaded (14mm CCW), so you can replace the flash hider with a suppressor if desired. The thread is soft however, so avoid repeated use.

The gearbox (and battery) can be removed from the back of the stock without stripping. It does not however have the quick change (adjustable) spring feature of the G&G or selected King Arms models. To make it skirmishable you will definitely need to open the gearbox and change the spring.

The supplied magazine looks good and feels robust. I've had no feeding issues. Popping the mag into the receiver is immensely satisfying as you need to give it a bump with your fist to lock it in place; just like the 'HK Slap'.


I'm currently performing the following modifications to mine:

- Replacing all tapping screws with bolts/nuts and adding new fixing to the rear (avoiding the need to glue the shell together) in an effort to increase durability and realism

- Reinforcing various parts of the shell (with an ABS 3D printing pen and body filler)

- Adding realistic trades to the ABS shell (3D printed)

- Swapping the spring for a lower-powered one, or clipping the existing one (aiming for 0.2@350FPS)

- Adding a QD stud to the bottom/rear of the stock

- Adding a custom camouflage paint finish


If you're prepared to put some time into fettling and/or modifying it, you're going to get a great deal.

If you just want something to skirmish and have no interest in modification or tinkering, look elsewhere.
AEG P90 Airsoft SMG
Poor quality, Faults from day 1
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Gun seems very sturdy from the outside, nice metal upper, and abs lower seems sturdy, but that seems as far as it goes. After firing 1 shot through semi auto the semi now does not work unless the gun is held upside down. Have contacted customer support about a replacement but regardless, gun should not arrive broken. Its £99 for a reason aparently
AEG P90 Airsoft SMG
Buyer beware
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Hey
I recieved my aeg p90 this morning, and with the excitment of a small child i opened the box.
My first impression was wow, it looks super cool, and on picking it up it got better! the guns feels great a good weight, and sits nicely in a very natural feeling grip.
I cleaned the barrel(very important) and unfortunately this is where the vracks started to appear.
Firstly the clean rod/clearing rod broke in the barrel, you think to yourself, it's was a cheap gun not a problem, got it all sorted, hooked up a 8.4v mini battery, and got my chrono out and....i sent a couple of single shots downrange, and was super impressed with the power, it felt really good.

BUT...then i short 2 short auto burst and .......silence...the gun has stopped working....have no idea why, have chamged batteries, checked the barrel...nothing.
So in summery, the gun looks and feels great, but the quality side is abit low, but for a £99 i guess it should be expected.

On a much brighter note, I got the gun in two tone and WOW what a great job they have done, the paint finish is very very good and the colour isn't too Bright!

All in all I would have to say it's worth saving up for a higher quality P90 as the gun looks great and I can imagion it's being great fun in a CQB.
Thanks.

AW:
1. Fuse. Remove it, jumper the connections and test. If it fired, replace the fuse.
2. Battery connections. If the connector to the battery contacts have opened then these need pushed together. We use a jewelers screw driver for this
3. Wire off the motor. Undo the two screws holding in the back plate. Lift out the plate and screws being careful not to lose the nuts from the inside. Visually inspect the motor connectors to check they are attached.

Tests should be carried out in that order :)

As for the cleaning rod, apologies
Compatible Batteries
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Mini NiMH8.4v 1600mAh NiMH Mini£12.99
Mini Crane NiMH8.4v 1600mAh Crane£12.99
Mini LiPo 7.4v 2200mAh£15.95
Important Information

General

All images, product contents and specifications listed are based on checks performed when a product is first listed and may differ due to changes over time made by the manufacturer. This includes package contents in regards to any 'extras' provided e.g. Sample BBs.

Items used in images to promote the main item (Holsters, Camo, etc) are not supplied unless listed in the Specification tab under 'Extras'. This includes attached rails, grips, scopes, suppressors etc.

Chinese supplied Batteries and Chargers are warrantied to be not DOA (Dead on Arrival) only. We always recommend swapping out to a better quality Battery and Charger at the earliest opportunity.

Custom Painted products (Two-Tone) are non-refundable as these are painted to order. 

Unless otherwise stated, all products are sold singly.

 

Performance

Any figures used are based on tests performed on the products when they are first listed. These can vary due to changes by the manufacturer, gas pressure, gas used and a number of other factors. All figures should be treated as an approximate guide and used for reference only. 

All listed FPS are +/- 5% due to differences from rifle to rifle. If you require a guaranteed FPS, please add an upgrade/downgrade option on to your product (this may cost extra).

No airsoft AEG is warrantied for use with an 11.1v LiPo or higher voltage battery at UK velocities (373fps or lower) unless specifically recommended on the product itself. Use of higher voltage batteries can cause failures and will negate any warranty implied or otherwise.

 

Pyrotechnics

We cannot offer an exchange on pyrotechnic devices due to device failure. We are unable to guarantee that the pyrotechnic device has been stored in a moisture free environment or used correctly in accordance with the manufacturers guidelines.

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