The P90 became the weapon of choice for SG-1 during the 4th season episode The First Ones. The weapon replaced the MP5A5 previously carried by the team members, and quickly gained recognition by sci-fi fans around the world. The props on the show included a mix real steel firearms modified to shoot blank rounds, and also airsoft replicas. In several scenes the airsoft "Tokyo Marui" brand name trademarks are clearly visible. This fact adds authenticity for Stargate costumes where the Tokyo Marui is carried.
Because sometimes you just can't hit a moving Jaffa unless you mount a laser sight onto your P90. Equip yourself with the same exact model laser used on Stargate SG1, and not only will you be... READ MORE
Many people have asked how to use the SG1Props P90 upper receiver replacement kit, but keep their LPEG P90 as a working airsoft gun. In the past this has been difficult to do, but with the latest... READ MORE
You may wish to include custom P90 trademarks on your replica P90 to make it appear more authentic. The trademarks attach to the airsoft shell (the lower receiver).
This tutorial will instruct you on how to modify the LPEG P90 so that it will accept Tokyo Marui magazines. You may follow this tutorial at any stage in your P90 modification. Thus you can do this if... READ MORE
Now that your donor LPEG P90 airsoft gun has been prepared for upgrade, it is time to install your new SG1Props receiver, and finish your Stargate SG-1 (or Atlantis!) prop.
Build your own replica P90 from Stargate SG1 and Stargate Atlantis. The SG1Props P90 kit includes everything you need to convert a low-end tri-rail P90 airsoft gun into the screen accurate P90... READ MORE
Converting your low end P90 into a screen accurate Stargate prop can be done with some modifications and the SG1Props P90 kit. This tutorial will cover the steps necessary to complete the... READ MORE
This tutorial will take you through preparing an LPEG P90 airsoft gun for conversion into a standard model P90. This involves cutting off the current Tri-Rail upper receiver, and replacing it with... READ MORE