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Old June 15th, 2012, 16:49   #1
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Starting up a CQC set. I have a set of OD combats, i have a paintball mask. just looking for suggestions in regards to the gun itself. any ideas? Was looking at a M93R GBB with 48round mags.

also, if you have a kit and would like to share, by all meens may give me ideas.

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Old June 15th, 2012, 19:26   #2
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Hmm. Is it your first loadout or you have a outdoor loadout ? Cause if its the first , dont buy a pistol first. Get a carbine or something so you can play inside and outside. The best bang for your buck is the King Arms M4 .
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Old June 15th, 2012, 19:57   #3
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MP7 makes a nice CQB item that runs well out doors too.

Right now KWA is the best bang for buck.
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Old June 15th, 2012, 20:05   #4
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If you're looking for a GBB SMG, an MP7 or MP9 would be well suited for CQB.
There's also the TM MP7 AEG, which shoots a little on the slower side, but has amazing range and is very very reliable.
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Old June 15th, 2012, 20:52   #5
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Nothing wrong with a solid MP5 or P90 either.

But, I do advise against the paintball mask. They disastrously distort and cloud peripheral vision, so some good googles and a well-fitting (or custom made) sykes mask might be your best bet.

Also, where the hell are you going to play CQB on this island? I'd love to know.
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Old June 15th, 2012, 20:58   #6
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I found that for CQB, a pistol and a paintball mask works just fine. Realistically, I wouldn't bother with an auto pistol, I've seen a lot of them break and they seem to have a lot of problems. One of the PDWs or SMGs mentioned above are good if you need full auto, but a good pistol also works, if cost is something you're worried about. Just make sure you get a couple of extra mags.

That way, you can use the paintball mask, it'll provide superior protection, and you don't need to worry about cheekweld. This solution isn't as effective outdoors, though, so keep that in mind.
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Old June 15th, 2012, 21:05   #7
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Also, where the hell are you going to play CQB on this island? I'd love to know.
anywhere i can. even in my own back yard.

do paintball masks really hamper you that much? i'm gona look at the mp7, what's it's effective range, TM or otherwise?
what about an MP5, any good ones?

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Old June 15th, 2012, 21:17   #8
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anywhere i can. even in my own back yard.
Alright, sportsfans. I am fucking out of here.
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Old June 15th, 2012, 21:59   #9
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Never let your rifles or pistols out outside of an apropriate playing field.
That's common knowledge.
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Old June 15th, 2012, 22:01   #10
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Old June 15th, 2012, 22:25   #11
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Never let your rifles or pistols out outside of an apropriate playing field.
That's common knowledge.
This is the most important piece of information in this thread. Please, harunda, if you're going to listen to anything in this thread, listen to this.

There are many threads regarding this, but to put it succinctly, do NOT play airsoft in your backyard with your friends. You appear to want to do this the safest way by use of a paintball mask. The safest way to enjoy airsoft is by NOT playing in publicly accessible areas.

Things to keep in mind:
  1. while YOU and your friends might enjoy the benefits of eye and face protection, anyone who wanders into wherever you may be playing will NOT be enjoying such protection. As such, they are extremely vulnerable to losing an eye, some teeth, their hearing, or being injured or hurt in other ways. Please respect the safety of others.
  2. even with proper signage, warnings, etc, people will not listen or adhere to signage, verbal or written warnings, phone calls. There was recently a field that even attempted to use security guards to keep bystanders out, who were unable to prevent unauthorized access on an authorized and legal field.
    Wild Water Kingdom

    Check out Slow Eddy's response to this field. As such, this field quickly became black-listed, and was no more a playable venue, and for good reason.
  3. regardless of precautions that you may take to prevent unwanted bystanders in your place of choice for partaking in airsoft activities, you will always risk being arrested by a police tactical force, who will not take kindly to you running around in backyards or other places with what appear to be real guns. This not only risks your life, future career and free time, but it also risks the lives, future careers and free time of those around you whom you played with, it will affect your family and friends. It will also bring negative attention to the sport that we have all joined this forum to share and love.


What should you do from this point on?

1. You should contact the player groups, communities and associations in your area. These guys can not only provide you with excellent information about this sport, but they can introduce you to places where you can play with them without any of the above consequences and dangers. They can also hook you up with good deals, and you can form some lasting friendships in this sport.

2. You should do more research about this sport, there are many good threads, they can be found simply by searching. Search a topic that you are interested in, and decide for yourself the best course of action, after having read more of what some of the people on this board have written.

3. You should research where you can participate in airsoft in your area, and go and see a game, see if it is for you.

4. You should continue to ask questions, and you should listen to the advice that has been given, as you seem to have done so far.


If you haven't read anything that I've written, please listen to what Fox111 wrote.

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Old June 15th, 2012, 23:17   #12
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Old June 16th, 2012, 01:08   #13
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Old June 16th, 2012, 05:33   #14
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anywhere i can. even in my own back yard.
Please, for the love of god, do not even think about that.
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Old June 20th, 2012, 21:58   #15
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I am A owner of a Tokyo Marui Mp7 aeg Thats has just a few internal upgrades, i clearly recommend this gun to you.
Its a amazing gun for both CQC and Regular battles. originally the gun is around 250 fps but with a upgraded spring, barrel, and piston its up to 350 fps with effective range of 250 feet.

BUT i warn you, do not play in a backyard field, use the fields in your area.
This gun looks and feels quit realistic just like almost every other gun. Use it appropriately.

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