Another week, same old deadlines!

Yup, you guessed it, we’re back in the office and hard at work on Issue 138 ready for the coming weekend… and one of the things we have lined up for you courtesy of our US-based Legionnaire Dan is a VERY close look at the KO:EVE-ICE Limited Edition!

The KO:EVE-ICE is a special edition run of the KO:EVE-4 with a unique custom two-tone appearance. These are a limited run and are only available to eight selected KWA dealers in the world. These will only be available as supplies last!

The high-strength, polymer receiver set and M-LOK handguard is a full 1.5 lbs lighter than the sister AEG, the Ronin T6. The side charging handle allows for convenient hop up adjustment and the integrated pistol grip is optimized for maximum ergonomics. The KO:EVE-ICE comes with KO’s new slim line vertical grip and maintains it’s compact footprint using KWA’s tried and true PDW stock. PTS Enhanced Polymer Sights, an all-new two-port muzzle brake, ambidextrous fire controls, and optional quick detach sling sockets front and rear round out the external package. The KO:EVE-ICE is compatible with standard M4 AEG magazines.

Internally, the KO:EVE-ICE shares the same AEG 2.5+ VPS gearbox as the TK.45c, Ronin T6, QRF Mod Series, Ronin 47. Install a Gate TITAN electronic trigger unit and you have an ultra-responsive and lightweight polymer AEG with legendary KWA performance!


High density polymer body
K.O.R.E 4, MLOK-compatible rail
Ambidextrous fire selector
Ambidextrous charging handle
Enlarged trigger guard
Integrated grip with reduced handle angle
Unique 2-port muzzle brake
Front & rear PTS® Enhanced Polymer flip-up sights
Retractable PDW style stock
Front and rear QD sling swivel sockets
AEG 2.5+ gearbox
Improved high-torque motor
Upgraded high-speed gear set
Compatible with Gate TITAN ETU’s
Variable Performance System (adjustable FPS)
Rotary hop up chamber
Includes KWA slim style vertical foregrip
MS120 120 rnd. magazine

We’re really excited to get a close look at this special AEG, and of course to sharing Dan’s findings with you, so stay tuned for the 15th when Issue 138 goes live!