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Old 06-21-2019, 09:39 PM   #1
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So... What about the Novritsch SSP-1?

So I want to know your opinion on the SSP-1 as a side-arm for sniper player in general.

With in general I mean on a all situation basis, no matter what aggressive or support type of sniper you are.

My opinion is that is a well all-round pistol excepting that is loud AF for a stealth play style sniper.

Also the quality of the pistol is great, I have check basically every single review on YT about this pistol, starting from big ytbers and close friends of Novritsch (people that could or not be paid to talk wonders about the gun) all the way to the bottom of youtube channels with low subscriber counts (people that just review it for fun)
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Old 06-22-2019, 12:17 AM   #2
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It is a KJW mix of their Hi-Capas with some recoloring. I haven’t gotten my hands on one but I’m assuming that QC is better, but it is still a hefty pistol. I think if you’re looking to run it bone stock on C02 forever, it’s probably a fine choice, but if you want to do any upgrades, get a TM. I have a KJW hi-capa. Even though I love it, sometimes I wish I had just gotten a TM.
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Old 06-22-2019, 07:45 AM   #3
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I would have bought a SSP1 if the preorder wait wasn't until September. As OneChickenArmy said, it's most likely a parts bin KJW and there's speculation there's a few nine ball/laylax upgrades.

For $135 on preorder it's a steal, but I would still swap the hop and barrel unit out for Maple Leaf.

Since I can't wait until September, I picked up a KP05, ML hop and barrel, fang plate, 50 degree autobot bucking, bought an SSP1 short stroke slide, some CO2 magazines, and SSP1 barrel and I'm going to basically put together my own flavor of SSP1 and short stroke it.
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Old 06-22-2019, 02:59 PM   #4
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I would have bought a SSP1 if the preorder wait wasn't until September. As OneChickenArmy said, it's most likely a parts bin KJW and there's speculation there's a few nine ball/laylax upgrades.

For $135 on preorder it's a steal, but I would still swap the hop and barrel unit out for Maple Leaf.

Since I can't wait until September, I picked up a KP05, ML hop and barrel, fang plate, 50 degree autobot bucking, bought an SSP1 short stroke slide, some CO2 magazines, and SSP1 barrel and I'm going to basically put together my own flavor of SSP1 and short stroke it.
Sounds nice... sorry for my noobness... What is the maple leaf?...

Yeah, I think your actually right... I dont mind waiting because I live in Costa Rica, so here things are slow anyways so I dont care the pre-order stuff... But think your right about paying for waiting.

Forgot to say that the hopup of the SSP1 is GODLIKE!
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Old 06-23-2019, 09:12 AM   #5
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Maple Leaf is a company that is best known in the industry for making some of the best buckings for gas guns as well as sniper rifles. They also make high-quality barrels and other parts that are on the more affordable end.

To respond to the statement about the hopup in the SSP1, I am sure it’s good, just like the SSG, but there are definitely better upgrade parts such as a Maple Leaf chamber and bucking. There’s a big difference in being able to lift a heavy bb and being able to lift a heavy bb and keep it flying straight. My KP05 hopup did just fine stock and could lift .3s if I wanted it to, but after putting in a new barrel and bucking, it was a lot better. After moving the barrel and bucking to a ML chamber along with an I-key (or a fang key), I had amazing results.
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Old 06-24-2019, 03:25 PM   #6
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Maple Leaf is a company that is best known in the industry for making some of the best buckings for gas guns as well as sniper rifles. They also make high-quality barrels and other parts that are on the more affordable end.

To respond to the statement about the hopup in the SSP1, I am sure itís good, just like the SSG, but there are definitely better upgrade parts such as a Maple Leaf chamber and bucking. Thereís a big difference in being able to lift a heavy bb and being able to lift a heavy bb and keep it flying straight. My KP05 hopup did just fine stock and could lift .3s if I wanted it to, but after putting in a new barrel and bucking, it was a lot better. After moving the barrel and bucking to a ML chamber along with an I-key (or a fang key), I had amazing results.
A brand huh?... OK thanks for letting me know (As I said live in Costa Rica and only one store here... expensive and the owner is a fraudster.)

Well I think I will leave my SSG24 (once I get it) stock, and will tech my 4 year old second hand Bravo L96.

Do you think that there is a better option for a pistol? (Take aside the pre-order system he have... we all know that it takes centuries to receive the gun, talking about quality)

My sister wants a sniper pistol... with sniper pistol she means a long range accurate pistol.
I recommend the SSP1 since the video reviews I saw stated that is a hell of a gun.
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Old 06-24-2019, 03:42 PM   #7
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The SSP1 doesn't have any better range than any other moderately upgraded hi capa on CO2.

It's good for the price, but will still need upgrades.

There are other brass and aluminum and CNC hop chambers for hi capas you can use, but almost all will need parts from Maple Leaf in some manner. Whether it's a wheel, an arm, or the I key. So most people just go with all Maple Leaf anymore.
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Old 06-25-2019, 02:00 AM   #8
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I had chance to play with ssp this weekend. I was surprised. It’s good. Very heavy, loads of blowback, you get around 2 and a bit mags out of one co2 capsule. It’s loud. Shoots pretty consistently [email protected]/s. It’s loud. Wasn’t as accurate as I thought but didn’t have heavy bbs on hand only 0.25g. So for the price of 135 I would definitely recommend.
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Old 06-25-2019, 02:18 AM   #9
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I would have bought a SSP1 if the preorder wait wasn't until September. As OneChickenArmy said, it's most likely a parts bin KJW and there's speculation there's a few nine ball/laylax upgrades.
I have handled it... not impressed. Recoil is nice and it's really loud, but accuracy was sub par, consistency was not good, and those upgrade parts are not Nineball's but some look-alike.

Definitely not the right gun if you want to go sneaky, for that the MK-23 NBB is still king, maybe only the new NBB Makarov by ICS that includes a working suppressor can challenge that.

And for a regular pistol, I'd much rather get whatever base gun you like and toss in Maple Leaf upgrades inside
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Old 06-25-2019, 07:41 AM   #10
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I mean I've just begun upgrading my KJW KP05.

I've swapped the slide for the Novy short stroke kit, Novy outer barrel, and now I'm waiting on the ML set up from skirmshop. All of it works fine and the quality for the price is good. Also locks back with the short stroke kit which is nice.

As of now it's putting out 350-360fps on .2g. It'll hop .25g easily (less than 20% hop up being used on wheel). However, accuracy past 100ft is poor and the hop doesn't carry the bbs as far as my ML set up on my Mk23.

As you've noted it is LOUD. Sounds about like a nail gun. And of course it isn't for stealth. I intend to carry both my Mk23 and this Hicapa. The former for stealth, the latter if I know I have to go in close range.

I would only ever buy the SSP1 if you like the looks and were already eyeing something like a KJW anyway. I would fully intend to put ML parts into both.
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Old 06-26-2019, 04:03 PM   #11
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OK... I actually like the looks, specially the cutoff slide that I got.

Now I live in Costa Rica, where there is only 1 airsoft store in the whole country, is really expensive, and they don't have upgrade part, only by request.

SO what about the SSP1 as an out of the box/durable/can't upgrade it gun?

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Old 06-26-2019, 04:35 PM   #12
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I'd go for it for the price.
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Old 06-27-2019, 03:04 PM   #13
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I'd go for it for the price.
Got it!... Actually I just received the tracking number for it and the SSG-24.

I'm exited and sad as well... the VSR-10 style is not my style... but paying $275 for a different stock is a no go right now.
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