Originally Posted by theguy
G&G rec is almost twice the price of a kracken, yes, but! heres why its worth it.
It comes with a pretty decent battery and a charger with an auto shut off feature. Kracken comes with a shit battery and a terrible charger (+/- 100 bucks to replace them with a decent battery and charger)
G&G internals and externals are much higher quality then JG, and much, much, much better then internals of Aftermath. The only issue i have found with G&G internals is the compression parts, they are not the best.
The halfbreed G&G acctually look pretty good, with a mag in from a distance, you can't even tell they aren't full black.
Just IMO, G&G is a much better buy then a aftermath or a JG, even if its just a G&G rec
I find your opinion is hard to describe. G&G is a very strong and reliable manufacturer, however their Cansoft versions are the exact opposite of their full blacks, mainly for the fact being they are made of lower quality metals (CAS versions atleast) along with the fact the plastic is very likely to crack/spider. Sure it comes with a warranty but from what ive seen from people that own krakens, they are very happy with them especially with a new body (AK74 front stock/foregrip and AK74 style rear stock) and they seem to be having less lemons (the OD version at least) than G&G and the fact that the Kraken is mostly TM compatible would already make it a 100% selling point for the fact being if i dont like whats on it i can switch it for parts made by quite possibly the best AEG manufacturer out there. Oh another the other part that destroys the G&G RK47 REC is the fact that the kraken is $150-$180 if it breaks you can return it to basspro and they will most likely refund your cash or replace it within 30 days or you can even buy 2 for less than the G&G AK. And as far as JG goes it kicks G&G's ass and hands it back to them gift wrapped with a bow tie on top. The best clone manufacturer that ive seen so far, along with CA (Full metal and wood goodness ^_^ )