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Old March 29th, 2012, 23:01   #16
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Yeh, I know, but that was for anyone reading in the Alberta area.
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Old March 30th, 2012, 03:09   #17
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If you're anywhere near Red Deer or Calgary and Edmonton in Alberta, Bent Barrel Airsoft has a lot of Lucids in. I'm quite certain that if you ask really, REALLY nicely, the clerk will let you handle one or two.

Just a bit of FYI for those in Alberta.
We actually have a 20 yard indoor range you can try them out in as well.
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Old March 30th, 2012, 08:01   #18
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Does anyone have any information and thoughts about Lucid entry level weapons? Are they good and somewhat reliable for starting players?
It's a very new brand, and not much information. With the recent rapid lowering of airsoft gun price, it's better for you to look into other more well established brands e.g. VFC, King Arms.

The least thing you want to have is a broken gun after just playing with it briefly.
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Old March 30th, 2012, 13:51   #19
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I'm having a hard time with all the different brands out there...from what I've read tho, it's better to find a TM compatible brand right (for part swapping)? So which *good* brand is compatible? I'm looking at various online retailers before I get AV

**EDIT : I was looking at some AKs and I just noticed that the Velocity Arms VK47 is 99.9% compatible...is that a good brand? Only thing is that its not full metal :S

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Old March 30th, 2012, 15:12   #20
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Quote from another thread (There is absolutely no reason to get one of these plasticky low-end guns anymore. The market is changing pretty significantly to reflect the new realities of import regulations.

Do not buy!)

i think a good day at LZ noob day and getting AVed will be our best bet
thanks for he info!!
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