Long time Singaporean collector of World War One and Two militaria from both Axis and Allied nations.

Living historian with 'Syonan Reflections'.

Husband, educator, friend and ex-soldier too.

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Saturday, July 3, 2010

My trip to several Hong Kong airsoft shops...

As a slight detour from my Hong Kong trip, I had the rare opportunity to meet up with Simon, my HK friend, and he was kind enough to bring me on a trip around several airsoft and uniform shops immediately after I got back from Macau at 8pm and our shopping spree lasted till 11pm.

Simon said that many people in Hong Kong aren't buying airsoft and WW2 stuff as frequent as before due to rising prices and decreasing (China made) quality.

It was true before my very eyes. Well, after much searching, I bought just a repro German DAK Y-straps and a pair of USMC HBT utilities uniform set from Dai Bing. This set is from Sam's Militaria of Japan and I did not mind paying HKD1050 for the quality!

More info and shops addresses to follow.


Airsoft shop HK
Airsoft shop HK Airsoft shop HK
Airsoft shop HK Michelin Dim Sum shop HK
Airsoft shop HK Airsoft shop HK
Alvin and Simon
Airsoft shop HKAirsoft shop HK
Dragon HK wholesaler

Reproduction USMC P41 utilities from Sam's Militaria - Please examine the superb quality of the material and colour of these going-to-be-extinct merchandise from the Japanese seller.

USMC P41 Utility
USMC P41 Utility USMC P41 Utility
USMC P41 Utility USMC P41 Utility

1:6 scale Dragon German WW2 figure - Interestingly that I collect 'life sized' militaria all the time that I missed out on the smaller scale items. In the Dragon model and toy warehouse along Nathan Road, I could not help but purchase one of these interesting tidbit that I will display alongside with my other items in my display cabinet.

Dragon figure
Dragon figure Dragon figure
Dragon figure Dragon figure
The quality is simply excellent as in what you would expect from Dragon models

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