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Not since I purchased the Marui Mk46 Mod.0, has any one item gathered so much attention as this simple little hinge. From the moment I posted on Instagram that mine had arrived, my inbox has been overflowing with questions about this rather unique looking device. Being potentially the only independent reviewer of such a niche... Continue Reading →

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