Bingo Airsoft Designs, LLC, (BAD) will be one of the sponsors for the upcoming Fulda Gap airsoft event, Oct 9-11. They anticipate more than 1400 players for the Fulda Gap event. For more details see www.fuldagapairsoft.com.
As a sponsor for the event, we’ll be giving away a Bingo customized HPA airsoft gun as a door prize, worth > $800 (it will likely be an HPA MP7 gun, or maybe a PDR-C gun). We will also have several Bingo Airsoft Designs prototype guns, now called the Advanced System 5 (AS5), available as loaner guns for people to try out during the event and give us some feedback on how it performs for them. These loaner guns will be all HPA guns, powered by both Wolverine Airsoft Inferno engines and Polarstar Airsoft JACK and Fusion Engines.
I will also have a variety of HPA gearbox replacement kits on display like the ICS L85, G&G L85, P90, and F2000 and MP7 kits.
Additionally I’ll have a service table setup and I’ll be there to help out the airsoft players anyway I can.
If you are able to make it to the Fulda Gap airsoft event, come and find us and check out latest BAD AS5 airsoft gun!
I’m excited to announce the formation of Bingo Airsoft Designs, LLC. Bingo Airsoft Designs, LLC was created to handle the design and manufacture of innovative airsoft products, created for the future of airsoft. The sister business, Bingo Airsoftworks, will continue as custom installation/modification shop.
The new website www.bingoairsoftdesigns.com will be available soon where we will be showcasing new and exciting airsoft products, especially the Advanced System line of airsoft guns.
Now available, Bingo Airsoftworks Wolverine Airsoft SMP P90 Drop In Kit. This is a direct replacement for the P90 AEG gearbox. The only modification needed to the P90 is a hole drilled for the air line to exit. Installation is extremely simple. Just slide out the stock gearbox and then slide in the P90 drop in kit. It was designed so the stock M4 nozzle will work with the P90 hopup; no custom nozzle is needed. The drop in kit is available for $495 (free shipping US). Click here to order.
I’ve posted a video that demonstrates some of the tests you should do with your hopup, bucking and barrel to troubleshoot BB feeding problems. The video shows the BB drop test, BB push through test, and how to test for air seal on the PolarStar Fusion Engine.
Here’s a follow-up video showing how to sand down bucking lips.
I’m happy to announce that High Powered Airsoft (HPA) is the official BB of Bingo Airsoftworks. HPA BBs are certified biodegradable and are top notch high precision ammo. These are premium maximum performance biodegradable BBs. HPA BBs are available in .2g, .23g, .25g, .28g, .3g (white) and .4g (tan) weights, sold in 1 kilo bags.
Here's a time lapse of the AS5 lower being printed. Another 60 hour print condensed into 30 secs. This is shown printed on our Raise3D N2+ printer. The AS5 lower is designed specially for 3D printing. It has design features that minimize the need for slicer supports and reduces post processing work. Once the support structures are removed from the part, stainless steel threaded rods are installed to provide additional body strength. Video of that process coming soon.
Here's a video showing the Bingo Airsoft Designs AS5 Upper being 3D printed time lapse video. This is 60 hours condensed into 30 seconds! The upper part is being printed on a custom designed/built core XY 3D printer. It uses Sailfish firmware with ditto printing to create two parts at one time. Sliced using Simplify3D, .2mm layers, 100% infill. It has custom support structures integrated into the model to reduce extra slicer supports. Printed using FormFutura TitanX filament.
I’ve changed the way I’m handling custom conversion work. I’ll now be using a reservation system. I have a list of available conversion dates available on my website (See available dates here). If you’d like to have custom work done, contact me here or through email to sales -at- bingoairsoftworks -dot- com. We’ll discuss what needs to be done and I’ll quote the cost and generate a paypal invoice for the work. Then a deposit of 50% or $100 (whichever is less) is required to reserve an available conversion date. You would then send out your gun so it would arrive on or before the reserved date. I’ll do the conversion, test and tuning, and send the gun back, generally within a week.
This will allow me to better control my workload and also offer much more predictability on when you will get your gun back.
I’ve completed several PolarStar Fusion Engine conversions for folks out in Hawaii and in particular, I’ve done a few guns for Emery Lee. Emery, who, along with Hal Silva, run the Cross Roads Airsoft field in Maui. Emery has been very gracious and maintained an open invitation for me to come out and play if I ever made it to Maui, and on July 28th we (my oldest son and I) finally had an opportunity to play at Cross Roads Airsoft in Maui, Hawaii.
We had a great time! Everyone was extremely friendly. Emery and Hal brought in food and beverages for everyone and raffled off a new M4 AEG. The field is nice and it has a newly built central Castle. All the work done on the field was through the commitment and the efforts of the local players; a real nice group of folks. Thanks Emery, for the great hospitality and the good times!
The Fusion Engine can be easily modified so you can make the trigger throw adjustable and create a “speed trigger” setup. There are many variations for implementing a speed trigger, but I prefer using a setscrew so it is possible … Continue reading →
Hello airsoft enthusiasts! I wanted to say I appreciate all the interest and support from the airsoft community regarding the PolarStar Fusion Engine custom installations. Unfortunately it has also resulted in a substantial backlog of custom work to complete. I also have a few internal projects that I would like to continue that I hope will bring some new and exciting developments to fast growing world of PolarStar Fusion Engine powered airsoft gun enthusiasts. I’ve had a lot of requests to install a Fusion Engine into an MP7. It’s in prototype stage but a bit more refinement and testing is needed. I also have a project that I hope will significantly increase air efficiency, and maybe a few other surprises. 🙂
To allow me to complete my backlog and make some progress on other projects, I’ll be suspending taking on new gun customization work until June. This won’t affect those whose guns I already have or those I’ve been having current discussions regarding conversion work. Until then feel free to continue to contact me and ask questions or to get custom work quotes. I’ll try and help out where I’m able.
Hey all, I’ll be attending the Airsoft GI Tim vs. Bob 4 game at Ballahack Airsoft on Saturday, March 16, in Chesapeake VA. I’ll be playing on Tim’s Elite Guard team (green team). It’s a sold-out game with 500 players attending. If you going to be there, come find me and say hello!(I don’t know if I will be allowed to fly a Bingo Airsoftworks banner at my car/table, I need to check with the event hosts) But I’ll be in digital woodland rocking out with my G&P Mk23 Stoner 63. I’ll have CAPTAINBINGO name tags.
I had a request to see if it was possible to have a two-stage trigger, like what you find on P90s, F2000s and AUG guns, on a recent M14 PolarStar Fusion Engine conversion. With a two-stage trigger, a partial trigger … Continue reading →
I finally moved the Bingo Airsoftworks website to a new hosting provider so it should be significantly faster now. Feel free to contact me if you have any problems with the website.
I’ll be posting updates soon with some new PolarStar Fusion Engine conversions as well as updating several of the older posts with new information. As I’ve done more and more conversions, some installs have been refined and some have change quite significantly.
I’ve seen several PolarStar Fusion Engine owners have problems with their wire harnesses, especially those that put the FCU in the buffer tube of their gun. To help solve the problem of the wires getting cut or ripped from the … Continue reading →
For those interested, here is a pictorial on removing the G&P Mk23 Stoner 63 Front Barrel. On this gun, the front barrel must be removed before removing the gearbox. Here’s a video showing the break down of a Stoner 63:
I was asked to show more detail on the spice bottle box mag modification I did for the G&P Mk23 Stoner 63 box mag. Filling the Stoner box mag was pretty difficult. It required you to slide off a side … Continue reading →