Originally Posted by Ibby
Er, that doesn't make a lot of sense. A SAW these days is set up quite similar to an AEG. For instance the most popular SAWs you'll see here are the CA and Star 249's. I don't know why you'd want them to be any different from a standard AEG. Perhaps the older TOP and Asahi 249's might have different limits due to using an odd mechbox.
ROF shouldn't be huge on a SAW either. They're a support weapon, and sustained fire is their thing. It's hard to do if you've puked all your ammo away in a pretty string of BBs that resembles a laser beam.
Not to take anything away from Greylocks, but I'm sure you know about the rules about bringing airsoft into Canada?
The team we played against at the last game had a nicely upgraded SAW... the thing hurt like a bitch when 10-20 shots hit bare skin at 25-30ft