|April 1st, 2013, 19:03||#1|
i guess you can call me a newbie here
being a know nothing on airsofts
i was browsing online and came across videos of the sten mkII aeg
this gun caught my attention
sure is different looking from my 3000 shotgun,AK47 anniversary and L-96 rifles
just a note, there are no airsoft battles here, i just am looking for target shooting
i'm basically alone in airsofts
can someone tell me about this sten?
i looked around and did not see any dealers
in vids, they commented $1**-2** was the prices
really would like to know more
really appreciate the assistance from you people
i'm eager to learn
|April 1st, 2013, 19:15||#2|
Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Danger Zone
I could not imagine a worse combination for target shooting than a Sten gun and airsoft.
Airsoft is not accurate at the best of times. Sten guns are awkward to hold, aim and use.
If you want a WWII AEG get the Thompson from Canadian Tire.
If you really must have a Sten then go through the steps in the FAQ to be age verified and you will get access to a closed section of this site where the "where to buy" details can be discussed.
Airsoft, where nothing is hurt but feelings.
|April 1st, 2013, 19:40||#3|
i would really like to get age verified
there is no one in my area that i could
nearest is fredericton NB which is quite a distance south
i did see a thompson here at canadian tire but it was one of those "toylike" clear plastic ones
|April 2nd, 2013, 09:42||#5|
Join Date: Apr 2008
Location: Peoples Republic of Toronto
Sten Mk2 usually retail in Country for $300-350
$100-200 is Hong Kong pricing, you have to remember they don't pay much for shipping as the gun is made in mainland china just beside Hong kong.
It is what it is a pipe that shoots bullets (In this case plastic bbs)
It has no safety, the sights are a very crude peep sight.
This not a target shooting gun, it's a ok run and gun Submachinegun for closer range engagements. This gun has no safety or fire selector, it's full auto only.
The forearm is pretty wobbly it's held on by one screw.
The gun is made of regular steel for the most part, and stainless steel for the stock pipe. Mechbox is a derived from the m-14 v7 but has a proprietary shell. Some cleaning of the switch contacts needs to be done to make the gun reliable. The electrical switch on the Sten Mk2 is the trigger itself.
Hopup is adjusted via hex key from a hole when the magazine well is put into the storage position 90 degrees downwards.
It takes MP40 magazines of the AGM and Kingarm but not SRC brand mp40 mags.
|April 2nd, 2013, 11:16||#6|
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Red Deer, AB
Mine shoots 20's @ 300fps
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|April 2nd, 2013, 14:51||#7|
i thank everyone that were kind enough to reply
i now have enough info on the sten
just picked up a rifle case today
sten is now on my must have list as well as the recommended thompson
sten is so ugly, i love it
i hope to be able to get verified soon, unfortunately, no one in my area that can do it
i know it doesn't mean anything not being verified, just want to let everyone know, no kid here, i'm 48 but feel like im 75
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