I really do think a lot of your weapons' range comes down to the hopup. An AEG with a finely tuned hopup can usually outdistance anything on the field. Case in point, the first airsoft gun I ever bought, a Classic Army G36E, shot right at 300 with .20's. I ran .25's in it, and that thing could reach out farther than most of the players around me. 330, if you take the time to properly tune your hopup, will be just fine. Congrats on getting a VFC, by the way. That thing should last you a good long while.
Primary: KWA LM4 PTR, Classic Army LWRC M6 A2, Classic Army G36E, AGM/Javelin MP44.
Secondary: KWA Mk. 4 1911, KWA Mac 11, Skeleton Sidearms 8" .357 revolver.