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Old March 22nd, 2016, 08:37   #1
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Airsoft gun for a beginner !?

Hello guys,

I am new to airsoft world and I have a simple question, about this cool hobby. First of all, I am thinking about purchasing my first airsoft gun... but my buget is not very high.. so I want to ask an opinion about a particular gun,

Ares Amoeba AM-009 EFCS -> http://www.airsoft6.ro/ares-amoeba-am-009-efcs.html.

I will be glad to hear some opinions around here...

Sincerely, your newcome,
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Old March 22nd, 2016, 08:52   #2
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Ares guns are very nice, but they have some proprietary parts. This may make upgrades or repairs more difficult in the future.
I see that website has some nice looking G&Ps which may be a better choice in the long run if you can save a bit more money. VFC is also an excellent choice.
G&Gs (Top Tech line) are pretty damn good for the price, so that's worth consideration if you want to save money.

I gather you're from Romania? Welcome to ASC!
Your country has very beautiful and diverse terrain, I imagine it must be fun to play out there. Where I live everything is very flat and yellow/ brown....
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Old March 22nd, 2016, 09:03   #3
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There's tons of threads like yours, just use the search tool.

http://www.airsoftcanada.com/showthread.php?t=176821
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Old March 23rd, 2016, 03:59   #4
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Ares guns are very nice, but they have some proprietary parts. This may make upgrades or repairs more difficult in the future.
I see that website has some nice looking G&Ps which may be a better choice in the long run if you can save a bit more money. VFC is also an excellent choice.
G&Gs (Top Tech line) are pretty damn good for the price, so that's worth consideration if you want to save money.

I gather you're from Romania? Welcome to ASC!
Your country has very beautiful and diverse terrain, I imagine it must be fun to play out there. Where I live everything is very flat and yellow/ brown....
Hello there,

First of all, thanks for your opinion, it means alot for me!
Yes, thats exactly what I heard about Ares guns, they are excellent but if something happends, the repair will cost alot. On the other hand, G&P's are alittle over my budget, VFC, not really my type. The last and most likely choice that I will make probably remains G&G's, I heard that are very sustainable with alot of upgrade possibilities, and that will be this one -> http://www.airsoft6.ro/replici-airso...cm18-mod1.html . What do you say ?

Yes, I am from Romania, our country has some really nice terrains, alot of diversity but mainly woods and plains, sadly in my region I am also playing on a flat field... with very a little wood (not sure if I can call that a wood). The main atraction of Airsoft in Romania is the center of the country (by terrains).
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Old March 23rd, 2016, 14:51   #5
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Buna from Canada! Romania is a beautiful country, I was in Iasi last year, absolutely loved the scenery. I could only imagine what it's like playing airsoft there, I envy you in that regard.

G&G is probably your best choice for first airsoft gun, but if you can save up more money, a G&P or VFC would be better since they would last basically forever with the occasional upgrade here and there.
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Old August 7th, 2016, 17:34   #6
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This AEG si full metal and a similar price with your suggestion.
http://www.airsoft.ro/AEG-RIFLE-GALI...ULL-METAL_5588

Any AEG is a good choice for a beginner if price is good enough.
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Old August 8th, 2016, 15:32   #7
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I think if you are a beginner then just enjoy the sport. Don't concern yourself with which is the best gun, etc. Just get something that fits your budget and work your way up.
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Old August 23rd, 2016, 16:42   #8
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I was new last year and I ended up buying a g&g cm16 raider.
A real good entry level gun


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