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View Poll Results: which m4 type gun should i get
VFC M4ES-Recon/C-Tac Raptor 12 12.12%
VFC UMAREX HK 416 CQC Full trades Special OFFER: Battery/Charger included!! 25 25.25%
ICS-127 R.I.S With Crane Stock 7 7.07%
G&G Hk 418 MAX 6 6.06%
King Arms m4a1 55 55.56%
G&P Canadian Carbine 16 16.16%
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Old February 18th, 2012, 22:18   #46
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Back from my game, I had the best time, I learned that, I like using m4 base guns, and I like using optics, the battery lasted about 5 hours,

I will get the king arms, and add other things into it later on like a Ris system, rewire to the back, externals, barrel upgrade, and when I get the gun I will change the spring, and later on open in when something brakes (wish not)

Is The king Arms gears,piston, piston head and cylinder head last long?
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Old February 18th, 2012, 22:44   #47
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They'll last until they break lol
I'd put them above G&P in terms of reliability
It's always a good idea to reshim and regrease any stock mechbox
And you might as well upgrade to a MOSFET switch and upgrade your wiring if you're rewiring it to the rear
Your first upgrade should be the hop rubber though, cheapest/best upgrade you can do to a stock gun
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Old February 19th, 2012, 10:13   #48
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ok, where is the mosfet unit located? Is it in the gearbox or where the batterys are, what type of wiring do I need? can I get it from walmart?
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Old February 19th, 2012, 11:13   #49
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ok, where is the mosfet unit located? Is it in the gearbox or where the batterys are, what type of wiring do I need? can I get it from walmart?
A MOSFET is a separate circuit you wire into your gun. It replaces the stock trigger contacts. A computer MOSFET can provide all kinds of functions -burst, full semi-auto cycle, active braking, smooth starting- generally they really increase the life of both components and batteries.

They cost between $70-$100/ea and require quite a bit of soldering work to install.
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Old February 19th, 2012, 11:22   #50
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No, and anything worth while in airsoft you pretty much cannot get from walmart.
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Old February 19th, 2012, 11:37   #51
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I get worth while field snacks from walmart....
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Old February 19th, 2012, 18:24   #52
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They cost between $70-$100/ea and require quite a bit of soldering work to install.
When I say "MOSFET" I mean the $20-$30 switch, SW-COMPs are the computerized ones
Some gunsmiths have spools of high quality wire if you want to buy a few feet, RC hobby shops should have high quality silver plated copper wire though. 18 gauge will be good for an M4, but the rule of thumb is to use the thickest gauge possible.
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Old February 21st, 2012, 22:47   #53
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what is so great with kwa, what are the parts that is diffirent from v2 m4 gearboxes? KWA m4 2gx, I saw one for cheap which is 2gx
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Absolutely, just because you will get your AV does not mean you have to rush to buy. Research a bit, find out how you like to play, if you buy a gun with a 16" barrel only to discover that you enjoy playing indoors more then all you have done is force yourself to put out more money.

I am speaking from experience here. I absolutely love the G3 SG-1, so I bought it as my first gun. Turns out that its very long for me and didn't suit my style of play. So I ended up selling it for $200 less than I bought it for.

AR's are a good choice as there are an almost endless combination of parts and accessories. Take it slow, but an item and try it out before buying something else just because it looks cool. The accessories on your gun should compliment your style of play and make you more effective, not make you tired cause you are running around with an extra 8 lbs of useless gear on your gun.
Same here. I got an ICS Galil then realised that it was far too big for me, and I can only play indoors.
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Old February 22nd, 2012, 05:51   #55
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what is so great with kwa, what are the parts that is diffirent from v2 m4 gearboxes? KWA m4 2gx, I saw one for cheap which is 2gx
Nothing much, other than a little reinforcement on the front where V2's most commonly break.
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Old February 22nd, 2012, 17:21   #56
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Nothing much, other than a little reinforcement on the front where V2's most commonly break.
probably going to be on my list , see whats cheaper , ics , king arms, kwa
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Old February 25th, 2012, 16:30   #57
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ok I'm back what is the inner barrel of the king arms m4? Is it like 6.04?
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Old February 25th, 2012, 16:34   #58
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It would be standard not tight bore, probably 6.08 m
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What matters most is the consistency of the bore, not how tight it is. The BB will "roll" along the top of the barrel, so a more even surface will yield greater consistency in shot placement.
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What matters most is the consistency of the bore, not how tight it is. The BB will "roll" along the top of the barrel, so a more even surface will yield greater consistency in shot placement.
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