• Airsoft Chat Thread V.7 Shimano gears are the best
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From my understanding, the issue is this whole required pistol transition thing. People don't switch to their secondary when people get close, its a last resort. I know that this gets messy with FPS limits, but they should just make it where guns need to be below 350 FPS to fire inside of a building.
Use a pistol to fight your way to a primary. Or clear a room if it's a tight squeeze. I run a revolver now because it's fun as hell and it's just six shots to get me out of the fight and to a place where I can figure out why my primary isn't going bang.
Flat hop mod... Supposed to take 10 minutes... ICS l85 hop chamber is cunt and I have been working for 6 hours. fuck you ICS.. seriously....fuck you
[QUOTE=catbarf;34931669]I've decided I want to switch from M60VN to a Mk43, swapping the hop ups and gearbox over. Would anyone here be interested in an A&K M60VN with brand new internals for $300 shipped?[/QUOTE] wow why (i would buy if i had the money just to have two full size m60s) [editline]29th February 2012[/editline] mos its ok i dont like ics either
[URL]http://www.evike.com/product_info.php?products_id=37789[/URL] kind of want
Been out in Asia forever, and came out at ASGI about two weeks ago.
is lancer tacticool asgi's competitor to gaytrix
[QUOTE=the_killer24;34934680]wow why (i would buy if i had the money just to have two full size m60s)[/QUOTE] Well, for most people I don't imagine there's much difference and it would be silly to sell one for the other. In my case, though, I'm a pretty big guy, so the Mk43 is just light, small, and ergonomic enough to use like an assault rifle, while the VN I pretty much have to deploy when possible. I realized last time I was using the VN that since I use it without a bipod and shoulder fire a lot, I might as well just use a version that's designed to do it. Worst case I hang onto the VN and maybe mount it to a technical or something.
gotta agree with you about the weight '43 is damn light compared to the full size
[IMG]http://shop.ehobbyasia.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/5e06319eda06f020e43594a9c230972d/A/R/ART-MAG-034_1_MARK.jpg[/IMG] [url]http://shop.ehobbyasia.com/magazines/aeg-std-magazines/mag-70rd-m14-short-aluminium-magazine-4pcs.html[/url] Neat.
Wait, so do those fit flush or something to give the appearance of an M1 Garand?
[img]http://www.gunreports.com/media/newspics/selector/15-12-FultonM14-1_1.jpg[/img] I think
The only thing that stopped me from making a Garand was the mags. If those were just a little bit shorter I would totally start making one.
Wow finally, people have had to custom make those guys for years now.
It's like a T91... but XM177. I actually kind of want. [img]http://www.intrudershop.com/mmc/images/AEG-T86/AEG-T86-01.jpg[/img] [img]http://www.intrudershop.com/mmc/images/AEG-T86/AEG-T86-02.jpg[/img] [img]http://www.intrudershop.com/mmc/images/AEG-T86/AEG-T86-07.jpg[/img] [img]http://www.intrudershop.com/mmc/images/AEG-K2/AEG-K2-16.jpg[/img] Split gearbox though; eh.
What's wrong with a split gearbox? I like the markings on the body.
[QUOTE=FloaterTWO;34937957]What's wrong with a split gearbox? I like the markings on the body.[/QUOTE] The Guarder T65K2 (another Taiwanese rifle) had a split gearbox like on the TM PSG-1, and it had some major internal problems. Because not very many people bought the gun, it's very hard to pinpoint exactly what those problems were, besides the harping from vague forumers on the interwebs. I like those markings too, lolol. Traditional Chinese is very unique on guns. Here's some pics of the T65K2 in case you were interested. [img]http://img.redwolfairsoft.com/upload/product/img/GDR-AEG-T65K2-REC.jpg[/img] [img]http://img.redwolfairsoft.com/upload/product/img/GDR-AEG-T65K2-SIDE.jpg[/img] [img]http://www.intrudershop.com/mmc/images/AEG-K2/AEG-K2-01.jpg[/img] [img]http://www.intrudershop.com/mmc/images/AEG-K2/AEG-K2-04.jpg[/img] [img]http://img390.imageshack.us/img390/1772/aeg65dl9.jpg[/img] Note the shape of the handguard is slightly more triangular/boxy, kind of like the G36's, rather than the M16A2's.
[QUOTE=TaiwanesePrick;34938031]The Guarder T65K2 (another Taiwanese rifle) had a split gearbox like on the TM PSG-1, and it had some major internal problems. Because not very many people bought the gun, it's very hard to pinpoint exactly what those problems were, besides the harping from vague forumers on the interwebs. I like those markings too, lolol. Traditional Chinese is very unique on guns. Here's some pics of the T65K2 in case you were interested. [img]http://img.redwolfairsoft.com/upload/product/img/GDR-AEG-T65K2-REC.jpg[/img] [img]http://img.redwolfairsoft.com/upload/product/img/GDR-AEG-T65K2-SIDE.jpg[/img] [img]http://www.intrudershop.com/mmc/images/AEG-K2/AEG-K2-01.jpg[/img] [img]http://www.intrudershop.com/mmc/images/AEG-K2/AEG-K2-04.jpg[/img] [img]http://img390.imageshack.us/img390/1772/aeg65dl9.jpg[/img] Note the shape of the handguard is slightly more triangular/boxy, kind of like the G36's, rather than the M16A2's.[/QUOTE] When my friends first started moving on from clones to high end guns, which was like 6 months before they stopped airsofting, one of them almost bought this gun.
I just like the yellow-ness of the markings. Never really looked at T91s before but that's awesome, it's like an M16A1 but with a twist. Out of curiosity, how many bits are interchangeable with M16s?
FNC will be here next week :dance:
we now have an oem for the gaytrix pulse rifle its snow wolf aka snowwolf thompson with shitty shell
Hey Codemonkey, is japanese equipment basically alice gear and pasgt but in the flecktarn?
[QUOTE=Branflakes;34945852]Hey Codemonkey, is japanese equipment basically alice gear and pasgt but in the flecktarn?[/QUOTE] Essentially. Why?
hey canadians, the cbsa just released something about airsoft guns [url]http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/publications/cn-ad/cn12-005-eng.html[/url] the price of airsoft guns is about to go waaaaaaay down!! (my M14 that i paid $900 for is now worth even less, yay)
But why can you not have [I]replica[/I] firearms in canada? I don't get it.
[QUOTE=Stupideye;34946421]hey canadians, the cbsa just released something about airsoft guns [url]http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/publications/cn-ad/cn12-005-eng.html[/url] the price of airsoft guns is about to go waaaaaaay down!! (my M14 that i paid $900 for is now worth even less, yay)[/QUOTE] oh, fuck
I wish airsoft in my state was as awesome as it is in Scotland. People have diverse weapons and loadouts, they use teamwork, no one really seems to cheat, people get into it a lot more, awesome fields to play at, no little annoying kids, etc. At least from Scoutthedoggie's videos, that's what I've seen. Oh and they have those awesome thermobaric grenades. Does anyone know if you can get them in the states? and do they emit BBs or no?
[QUOTE=CodeMonkey3;34945964]Essentially. Why?[/QUOTE] Just wondering, I've found jack photos of the equipment. Well, do you know the overall name of the stuff? jgsdf gear only comes up with barely anything.
[QUOTE=MedicmanV500;34947140]I wish airsoft in my state was as awesome as it is in Scotland. People have diverse weapons and loadouts, they use teamwork, no one really seems to cheat, people get into it a lot more, awesome fields to play at, no little annoying kids, etc. At least from Scoutthedoggie's videos, that's what I've seen. Oh and they have those awesome thermobaric grenades. Does anyone know if you can get them in the states? and do they emit BBs or no?[/QUOTE] You can get them here, they're just expensive. And yes, they shoot out dried peas.
[QUOTE=Branflakes;34947142]Just wondering, I've found jack photos of the equipment. Well, do you know the overall name of the stuff? jgsdf gear only comes up with barely anything.[/QUOTE] Are you planning to make a JGSDF loadout? Unless you have $1000~ to drop I don't recommend it. As for the name of gear, I don't know myself. I know where to find it but the Yen is so much stronger than the USD right now that a single pouch costs at least $30-$40 and in order to make a proper loadout you need four or five of one of those pouches, plus canteens, helmets, helmet covers etc. This is what they wear more or less. [t]http://www.forte.jor.br/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/jgsdf_ftlewis.jpg[/t] JGSDF Flak Jacket and a JGSDF PASGT Helmet (Type 77? I don't remember what it's called) Than they wear a JGSDF suspender set over top of it with JGSDF ALICE pouches on an ALICE belt. They usually have four to five 5.56 mag pouches, two canteens and a buttpack at least. The Uniforms will run you from $100-$200 depending on what you want. You can get them 'cheap' on ebay but that's a trick because shipping is like $30-$40. Also ordering equipment is another story entirely. I have to use a service that buys the items, has them shipped to a warehouse in Japan and than ships them to me as a middleman because most Japanese stores don't ship international. (They're kinda xenophobic) [editline]1st March 2012[/editline] I've seen 'complete' JGSDF Alice sets go for $400 on Ebay. [url]http://www.ebay.com/itm/JAPANESE-Camouflage-Combat-Harness-kit-20rd-Jieitai-/320857434871?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item4ab497eaf7[/url]
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