This new partnership leverages both global brands, giving our customers more accessibility to PTS products with greater post-sale service & support. – PTS Syndicate Founder & CEO Sam Lam
PTS Syndicate® & KWA are committed to bringing the highest quality and most innovative products onto the market to meet and exceed the exacting standards of the most discriminating end user. Through a new joint venture to distribute PTS licensed airsoft guns in the United States, US-based airsoft dealers and customers will be able to purchase PTS airsoft guns from KWA.
PTS Mega Arms MKM AR SERIES
The Mega Arms® MKM AR platform mates the rail with the billet receiver in a proprietary manner that makes it as rigid and sturdy as a monolithic (1 piece) upper yet remains extremely lightweight. This design combined with PTS’s® precision engineering and faithfulness to realism makes this a very high quality and durable airsoft replica. The PTS® Mega Arms® MKM AR Series standard equipment also includes the proprietary design PTS® Enhanced Polymer Grip, Enhanced Polymer Magazine, and Enhanced Polymer Stock.
The PTS Masada is an airsoft GBBR (Gas Blow Back Rifle) and is the most authentic replica of the Masada on the market, completely reproduced in all details. It can be rapidly reconfigured for length, magazine compatibility, stock type, and fire-control set up. It features all the details and modularity of the actual Masada including fully ambidextrous fire controls and tool-less rapid disassembly body components. The rifle can be rapidly reconfigured for length and stock type with basic or no tools.
Precision machined and engineered, the PTS Masada GBB is the perfect gun for the airsoft or gun enthusiast who desires realistic firearms manipulation, the reliability of PTS training products, quality design, and authenticity in experience. The Masada carbine configuration has been especially setup for mobility and versatility in any situation and features a 14.5” length barrel and folding stock.
PTS Mega Arms MML MATEN
The PTS Mega Arms MML MATEN Gas Blowback Rifle replicates the very distinctive looking Mega Arms’ MML AR-10 platform. The proprietary Mega MML platform interfaces the 14-inch M-LOK compatible aluminum rail with the billet style aluminum receiver in a manner that gives the entire assembly virtually the strength and rigidity of a monolithic upper. The rifle has a 16-inch long barrel, which strikes the best balance of portability and range performance befitting a DMR (designated marksman rifle) style rifle. It is capable of select fire including safe, single shot, and three round burst. The PTS Mega Arms MML MATEN GBBR standard equipment also includes the proprietary design PTS Enhanced Polymer Grip, Enhanced BUIS (back up iron sights), Enhanced Polymer Magazine LR and Enhanced Polymer Stock.
PTS EPM 38 Round Magazine
The PTS Enhanced Polymer Magazine, or EPM for short, is a new type of Polymer Magazine for airsoft rifles. The EPM is a truly unique magazine, inside and out. Externally it features a polymer shell, with recessed panels for better grip, and unique magazine well guides that reduce snagging when the magazine is drawn from and reinserted into pouches. The front of the baseplate features a dot matrix which allows the user to mark the magazine with alphanumeric characters or pictograms for identification.
PTS EPM LR 35 Round Magazine
The PTS Enhanced Polymer Magazine LR, or EPM LR for short, is built specifically for the PTS Mega Arms MML MATEN Gas Blowback Rifle. Externally, like its smaller PTS EPM magazine counterpart, it features a rugged Dupont™ Zytel polymer shell. The magazine is designed with recessed panels for better grip and smooth magazine well guides that eliminates the chance of snagging when the magazine is withdrawn from or reinserted into pouches. The front of the baseplate features a dot matrix which allows the user to mark the magazine with alphanumeric characters or pictograms for identification. The top of the magazine also features a Bolt Lock Release Unit which, when switched on, prevent the bolt from locking back on an empty magazine thus allowing you to simulate shooting without ammo.