KWA ATP Adaptive Training Gas Blowback Airsoft Pistol, NS2 Gas Delivery System The KWA ATP (Adaptive Training Pistol) is a semiautomatic gas blowback airsoft gun that was developed in collaboration with law enforcement and military agencies. The ATP features KWA's NS2 gas system for enhanced functionality & crisp blowback recoil. This gun shares many similar characteristics of the M17 airsoft pistol. The grip angle & takedown are nearly identical, however the ATP has an extended slide release & interchangeable back straps for a unique and comfortable shooting experience. The ATP features a full metal slide & durable polymer lower receiver, a 23 rd magazine, and a shot velocity of 320-350 fps (using .20g BBs). An adjustable hop-up unit lets you dial in the accuracy on your long distance shots. Mount optional accessories on the rail underneath the barrel for added effectiveness in the battlefield! Features:
I bought this pistol to implement force on force scenarios instead of buying Simunition, paintball, etc.
This pistol is amazing and after letting my Chief shoot it, even at me, he now wants one.
Now the reasons I gave four stars instead of five.
I carry a Glock 21(45acp). This gun fit inside my IWB holster and my old Safariland 295 duty holster perfectly. I tried a new 295 duty holster for the Glock 17/22 and it was too snug to fit all the way. I did read somewhere that G21/20 holsters were more preferred.
Next was my Safariland 6360 level 3 duty holster. The pistol by itself fit loosely. I was able to shut the hood retention but the slide retention does not engage.
I attached my Stream-light TLR-1s (took some time to get it on there) and it fit into the holster a lot better. Snugger fit. However when I drew the ATP, the front sight had caught on something inside the holster(slide lock retention or front sight guide) and ripped the ATP front sight off. I was able to slide the sight back on with some super glue. Guess I'll just have to use the ATP without the light.(which is not a problem)
The magazines I believe are more a Glock 17/22 size as they fit very loosely in my G21 mag holders.
Overall this pistol will be a great addition to our training and highly recommended.
Sep 19th 2016
i loved it. put to much abuse on the first and it lasted three years. Unknown
Apr 7th 2016