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Old June 7th, 2009, 14:49   #25
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I wouldn't extend the barrel of an M16 seeing as they are already quite long. Lasers are also useless IMO. Also be ware that certain lasers are not allowed at public games, as some are powerful enough to do some damage with a quick pass over the eye.

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Originally Posted by Muffin View Post
Personally I would suggest an M4 for that reason that you have the ability to use it for the field and CQB(I love to be versitile).
Ok thanks. I just like the feel of longer guns for some reason, makes me feel more powerful I also would like a gun with a good rail system, as both the M16 and M4 have.

Side note: http://www.007airsoft.com/products/htm/aeg-gg-m16.htm

G&G M16 RIS:


Metal upper receiver, full length Rail Adaptor System and removable rear sight assembly,
- Smoked clear Combat Machine lower receiver
- Nylon fiber pistol grip, and one piece hop-up chamber
- 14mm- threaded one piece metal outer barrel, high capacity fixed butt stock
- Steel gears, metal bearings, bearing metal spring guide, nylon fiber piston and piston head set
- Metal Parts: flash hinder, front/rear sights, outer/inner barrels, 20mm rail on upper receiver, trigger, bolt stop, fire selector, ejection port cover, trigger guard, magazine, front/rear sling mounts, forward assist knob, charging handle, RAS rails.
- Package: Airsoft gun, Magazine, Manual, 9.6V 1400mA Battery, Wall Charger, Shooting Glasses.

So it does have a lot of metal on it, price being $392 + GST.

that VS:

G&G M4 CQB

- Metal upper receiver and removable rear sight assembly
- Smoked clear Combat Machine lower receiver
- Nylon fiber pistol grip, vertical grip, RAS panels and one piece hop-up chamber
- Metal Rail Adaptor System
- 14mm- threaded one piece metal outer barrel, special force crane stock (battery holder)
- Steel gears, metal bearings, bearing metal spring guide, nylon fiber piston and piston head set
- Metal Parts: flash hinder, front/rear sights, outer/inner barrels, 20mm rail on upper receiver, RAS Rails, rear sight assembly, trigger, bolt stop, fire selector, ejection port cover, trigger guard, magazine, front sling mount, forward assist knob, charging handle
- Package: Airsoft gun, Magazine, Manual, 9.6V 1400mA Battery, Wall Charger, Shooting Glasses.


I really like the look of both these guns, I am just concerned with the difference in accuracy. Keep in mind I would be playing mostly woodland and outdoors (I don't know if outdoors riddledwith small sheds and stone walls would be considered CQB)

I know the M4 would suit my style better, but for some reason the M16 looks a lot more appealing to me.

Would it be possible to compare these two items concerning accuarcy, ROF, versatility, and upgradeability? You guys are a big help. Thanks


EDIT: I would also be shooting at longer distances and be on the move a lot
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