• The Official Questions Thread V. GUYS WHERE DO I BUY MAGPUL RAIL COVERS FOR MY BETA SPOOTZNAAZ??
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pls dont its the earliest good cyma and is mostly plastic
underfolders = lawn mower blades on your face
[QUOTE=DarkSamus;34058683]underfolders = lawn mower blades on your face[/QUOTE] can't be as bad as weed whacker wire on your leg still afraid of those things.
[QUOTE=DarkSamus;34058683]underfolders = lawn mower blades on your face[/QUOTE] so a side folding stock would be better?
side forlder and paracord wrap that shit
[QUOTE=net;34058626][url]http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_reviews.php?products_id=1485[/url] anyone have an opinion on this? i like the under folding stock.[/QUOTE] I got the full stocked version, it's okay. I'll be taking it in to get it fixed on Friday. I seriously need to stop taking stuff apart.
[QUOTE=DarkZero135;34058788]side forlder and paracord wrap that shit[/QUOTE] [img]http://i290.photobucket.com/albums/ll278/Foosili/P1000718.jpg?t=1325308376[/img] yes
wish i would have gotten a sidefolder ak :(
im thinking either a cyma ak or a g&g combat machine.. which one and why?
i might pick one up with the sum of money i will be getting soon [editline]4th January 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=net;34058849]im thinking either a cyma ak or a g&g combat machine.. which one and why?[/QUOTE] CYMA 0.40 and above, much better than CMs
[QUOTE=DarkZero135;34058840]wish i would have gotten a sidefolder ak :([/QUOTE] I do too, but then I glance over at my AK and see the sexy as fuck wood stock and all else is forgotten. Now if only I could have my wood stock be side folding...
[QUOTE=net;34058849]im thinking either a cyma ak or a g&g combat machine.. which one and why?[/QUOTE] CYMA AK to be ultra cool
If you're set on an AK, I'll let everyone else help you out, but you may want to consider something kind of SMG. G&G makes one hell of an MP5, and it can take a lipo stock, which just means the best trigger response possible and a great rate of fire. It also fires like 315fps, so you can use it at most any CQB location with no work. Oh, it is also very important to get midcaps for whichever replica you get, rattling will ruin any kind of sneaking in CQB and you do not want to have to worry about winding.
[QUOTE=notrabies;34058909]If you're set on an AK, I'll let everyone else help you out, but you may want to consider something kind of SMG. G&G makes one hell of an MP5, and it can take a lipo stock, which just means the best trigger response possible and a great rate of fire. It also fires like 315fps, so you can use it at most any CQB location with no work. Oh, it is also very important to get midcaps for whichever replica you get, rattling will ruin any kind of sneaking in CQB and you do not want to have to worry about winding.[/QUOTE] yes i am definitely going to purchase midcaps. i do not want any rattling or winding shit im not really set on anything right now. this is going to be my first real airsoft purchase, and i want it to be a well informed one.
[QUOTE=net;34058925]yes i am definitely going to purchase midcaps. i do not want any rattling or winding shit im not really set on anything right now. this is going to be my first real airsoft purchase, and i want it to be a well informed one.[/QUOTE] Most sites don't allow you more than 1 hicap anyway.
[QUOTE=Psychokitten;34058953]Most sites don't allow you more than 1 hicap anyway.[/QUOTE] if you had more than one youd be a fucking maraca with legs
[QUOTE=net;34056338]its hard to explain; here [video=youtube;3hjbyjoYUos]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3hjbyjoYUos&feature=related[/video][/QUOTE] nice sneakers dood
[QUOTE=Psychokitten;34058953]Most sites don't allow you more than 1 hicap anyway.[/QUOTE] My fields (unless otherwise stated) don't care how many hi-caps you have, so I've seen guys go on the field with 2+ bags of BBs in just STANAGs. All you hear on the way down to the play area is chkchkchkchKCHKCHKChkchk.
Heh, that's me when I use my M60- no way to fill in the box mag, which makes it hard to play aggressively since I can't sneak or ambush people around corners. I found, though, that a good way to hold spare BBs for it is a paintball pod, as once filled with 3000 BBs or so, I can wad tissues in the top to prevent rattling. But if you have a gun that only uses hi-caps, like LMGs or rarer guns like the MP44, there's no choice and it can be a little annoying.
[QUOTE=net;34058925]yes i am definitely going to purchase midcaps. i do not want any rattling or winding shit im not really set on anything right now. this is going to be my first real airsoft purchase, and i want it to be a well informed one.[/QUOTE] Okay, well here's how what you need to have before you hit up a game(don't miss out on any of these): Replica of your choice Quality battery(aka not the battery a gun includes) Smart charger Box of midcaps Appropriate eye protection That's all, but its critical that you have all of those things before you try and go play in a skirmish, don't wait to get a battery/charger, its a mistake you'll regret heavily when the shitty included one dies in 15 minutes or your good one didn't charge properly. [editline]5th January 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=catbarf;34062729]Heh, that's me when I use my M60- no way to fill in the box mag, which makes it hard to play aggressively since I can't sneak or ambush people around corners. I found, though, that a good way to hold spare BBs for it is a paintball pod, as once filled with 3000 BBs or so, I can wad tissues in the top to prevent rattling. But if you have a gun that only uses hi-caps, like LMGs or rarer guns like the MP44, there's no choice and it can be a little annoying.[/QUOTE] Use a water bottle filled to the top with ammo, its almost silent for whatever reason, although it gets louder as you use the bb's.
[QUOTE=notrabies;34062815]Use a water bottle filled to the top with ammo, its almost silent for whatever reason, although it gets louder as you use the bb's.[/QUOTE] I've tried that, the thing is, the paintball pod is easier since I don't need two hands to open it and can pour all at once, making it more efficient for in-game use.
So, I got a Prometheus soft type bucking for free in an Evike order. Did I get lucky/is it worth putting it in a stock G&G CM?
[QUOTE=Psycoace2;34065211]So, I got a Prometheus soft type bucking for free in an Evike order. Did I get lucky/is it worth putting it in a stock G&G CM?[/QUOTE] Oh my god yes! Promy buckings are amazing!
Evike gave you something for free? Something is suspicious.
It was probably meant to go in some other person's order.
[QUOTE=scotty1;34066033]Evike gave you something for free? Something is suspicious.[/QUOTE] Everything I ordered is here and in mint condition. [editline]5th January 2012[/editline] Also, I'm frustrated. How does one install an Echo 1 M4 SD kit? [editline]5th January 2012[/editline] Preferably with front-wiring, but I believe that's impossible after messing around with it.
Has the be rear wired.
Thanks.
Or run the wires through the holes and PEQ
@Killer, because of the barrel & suppressor thickness, it won't fit.
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