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Old October 13th, 2009, 20:14   #15
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Originally Posted by pusangani View Post
jeez, just buy the gun and see how you like it before doing anything to it, it's silly when noobs go through so much indecision in buying a gun and then fret themselves over upgrading or fixing a brand new gun before they've even bought it.

If you think you aren't going to be satisfied with the gun in stock form, then save yourself the hassle and just buy one that will.
This.... soooo much!

I bought a G&G, and played with it for a month stock.

Now, all thats left of it is the stock and the pistol grip, but that time gave me a chance to see what i wanted to change. And in fact it actually performed much better then i expected, I just wanted the best :P
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