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  • Writer's pictureKelly Hardwick

AEG | KWA RONIN RM4 Q10 AEG

Hi friends!


Welcome back to the blog! I hope you’re enjoying the new website as much as we are. Today we’re back with another review, and we’re bringing back the longer form reviews. In this review, we’re going to be looking at the KWA Ronin RM4 Q10 AEG from my friends over at HC2 Airsoft!



The Ronin RM4 Q10 AEG from KWA Airsoft is the facelift version of their flagship RM4 model, featuring the new AEG3 gearbox and an electric recoil system (that mimics GBBR).


Let’s first chat about the build. At the front of the rifle, we have a polymer muzzle brake mounted on a CCW 14mm thread followed by a familiar quad Picatinny rail which allows for the player to customise their rifle with torches, PEQ boxes, grips etc. It has a 20mm RIS rail that runs along the handguard and the receiver. It has a KWA-branded full-metal receiver, an enlarged trigger guard ambidextrous fire controls and a PTS pistol grip. At the rear of the rifle is a 6-point adjustable stock that houses the battery. Included in the box is also a set of the PTS Enhanced Back Up Iron Sights which are a nice touch.



Internally, we have KWA’s new AEG3 gearbox (which has the cut-off when empty function), a quick change spring system, a Kinetic feedback system for simulated recoil, One piece rotary hop-up and a Switch lift extender that prevents the burnout of trigger contacts.


This AEG comes presented in a branded KWA Ronin box and on getting the replica out of the box, it has a good weight to it and it feels sturdy. There are no wobbles, or rattles - which is always a good sign. As I’m familiar with the platform, it didn’t take long to battery up - simply press the two tabs on the butt pad of the stock and the butt plate will come away. The battery space is spacious enough thanks to the 6-point adjustable stock, but I used a small Nuprol stick battery, which fit well.






It was consistent on both semi and full-auto - and was fun to shoot. Whilst I’m always impressed with KWA replicas, the kinetic feedback systems add a touch of realism which is really fun. I tested it using a 7.4v Lipo as recommended. It sounded great and was overall a great gun to shoot. When I chrono’d this replica it came out at 343 FPS, which of course is perfect for pretty much every UK airsoft site/event. Check out my TikTok range test here!


In the box, you get the KWA Ronin RM4 Q10 AEG replica, an unjamming rod, a VPS tool and a KWA MS120 Midcap magazine. From HC2 Airsoft, this replica retails for £419.99.


Post sponsored by HC2 Airsoft

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