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Old February 11th, 2011, 14:44   #61
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I second this. However, make sure you do this BEFORE you get a wife. Still possible, but make sure you have a comfy couch.
Or do what I did and get your wife into airsoft. She was dissappointed when I told her we needed to take a break from it for a while. Almost took it personal when I sold her MP5. She was sad to see it go. She can't wait to start going again. Though neither can I.

Back on topic one brand that I haven't seen mentioned is KWA. I owned an M4 RIS through these guys and I will tell you their customer support was awsome. I had a mech box issue and all I did was send it in and they gave me the new upgraded version of it for no cost along with an appology. I was very happy with these guys. Their metal bodies were sturdy as hell, and other than that one little part breaking on it I loved it. As for barrel wobble I've found some to be better than others, also depends on how much crap you stack onto your upper reciever, especially at the end of your barrel. That can have a little effect, ie battery box ect.... this was more so for my TM M4a1 that this was more of an issue (plastic).
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Old February 11th, 2011, 15:29   #62
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I've had to get a couple pistol and SMG parts from KWA USA & I second that they're great to deal with.
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Old February 11th, 2011, 18:15   #63
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Or do what I did and get your wife into airsoft. She was dissappointed when I told her we needed to take a break from it for a while. Almost took it personal when I sold her MP5. She was sad to see it go. She can't wait to start going again. Though neither can I.
I would, but shes pretty opposed to guns. She tolerates it for me, but refuses to play because "it hurts". However my one of my best female friends who i have known for 6 years loves guns, and willingly listens to me talk about airsoft.

Im gonna make sure my next wife loves guns/airsoft.
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Old February 11th, 2011, 18:42   #64
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Although many will argue this.


There is no better, just different. Different applications, different feels, different features.


the best way to help you decide on what purchase you wish is a simple 3 step process.


Step 1

Choose the Look you like. Look is important in airsoft. If you like the look of the *whatever* go with it.

Step 2

Research the brands and models that manufacture the "look" you like. Read reviews and do some searching about the problems end users have discovered. Research multiple brands and types. Also make sure that the "look" you chose is the right for the application you want, if it is not then go back to step 1.


Step 3

Research retailers. Find a retailer your comfortable and a price you can agree upon. Investigate retailers options for future business (like accessories or mags ect) and decide on the source that suits your needs.


Step 4

Have fun.



Do these steps. When / If you hit a snag along the line then come to the forums and ask questions.

Thank you. This is helpful. I was asked after seeing Systema that runs on batteries versus Inokatsu. Again, very helpful.
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Old February 11th, 2011, 18:43   #65
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I second this. However, make sure you do this BEFORE you get a wife. Still possible, but make sure you have a comfy couch.
LOL. Too late for me on that.
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Old February 13th, 2011, 21:59   #66
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So I have heard about the WE open bolt. What is the significance here? Also, what is the purpose of the demo of WE using 18 mags one after another?

YouTube - WE G39C 18 mags test.mp4
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Old February 14th, 2011, 12:01   #67
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So I have heard about the WE open bolt. What is the significance here? Also, what is the purpose of the demo of WE using 18 mags one after another?

YouTube - WE G39C 18 mags test.mp4
The answer to your first question is available via google.

Id like to answer your second question with a question of my own.

What do you believe the purpose of demoing 18 magazine in a row is?

Perhaps to demonstrate reliability and operation? I await your answer.
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