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Old July 19th, 2006, 00:42   #31
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this post changed topic pretty quick, but i was just curious, does anyone know how much this gun would cost in canada?
Find an American or Hong Kong site that has it, take the base price before any taxes and shipping, then multiply it by 2 - 2.5.

That should get you the price.
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Old July 19th, 2006, 00:46   #32
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Probably $59.95 at Canadian Tire. But that's only a guess.

A hunting store where I live had at least 10 different models of LPEG's and spring rifles, some Crosman, some God-knows-what, and nothing was priced higher than $99.99. And that was for a Sig 552 with clear receiver, etc.
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Old July 19th, 2006, 02:35   #33
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Better to save your money and get a TM like I am... though if you want a cheap-arse alternative to real airsoft guns (I.E. a second gun you can hand your friends without fear of losing/breaking it) I'd say it's a fair bet. Personal experience with Crossman, however, tells me that this gun will probably break just after the 30-day warrenty is up... or after you spray-paint it, etc. It says something that my crappy little Walter P22 has lasted longer than the M4 I bought from Crossman.
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Old July 19th, 2006, 09:34   #34
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Better to save your money and get a TM like I am... though if you want a cheap-arse alternative to real airsoft guns (I.E. a second gun you can hand your friends without fear of losing/breaking it) I'd say it's a fair bet. Personal experience with Crossman, however, tells me that this gun will probably break just after the 30-day warrenty is up... or after you spray-paint it, etc. It says something that my crappy little Walter P22 has lasted longer than the M4 I bought from Crossman.
:lol:

My P22 lasted so long that I got fed up with it not breaking and broke it myself. I think it was around the 12,000 BB mark then. My M4 broke much earlier, but it's a simple fix after you take a few weeks of thinking about it. In the end, I ended up drilling a hole through some parts and using a nail. It works to this day.
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Old July 19th, 2006, 15:12   #35
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Well for the price, it's relativly new because it's not listed anywere, even on the crosman online store. But I don't think you have to bother to much about it.
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Old July 19th, 2006, 15:15   #36
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Better to save your money and get a TM like I am... though if you want a cheap-arse alternative to real airsoft guns (I.E. a second gun you can hand your friends without fear of losing/breaking it) I'd say it's a fair bet. Personal experience with Crossman, however, tells me that this gun will probably break just after the 30-day warrenty is up... or after you spray-paint it, etc. It says something that my crappy little Walter P22 has lasted longer than the M4 I bought from Crossman.
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My P22 lasted so long that I got fed up with it not breaking and broke it myself. I think it was around the 12,000 BB mark then. My M4 broke much earlier, but it's a simple fix after you take a few weeks of thinking about it. In the end, I ended up drilling a hole through some parts and using a nail. It works to this day.
You said that the little P22 is very hard to break, it's strange for a crosman built thing and sale on a other name.
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Old July 19th, 2006, 18:15   #37
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this post changed topic pretty quick, but i was just curious, does anyone know how much this gun would cost in canada?
6 Million dollars. In Monopoly money. It's not a "real" airsoft gun so we don't need "real" money for it, right?
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Old July 19th, 2006, 19:46   #38
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this post changed topic pretty quick, but i was just curious, does anyone know how much this gun would cost in canada?
6 Million dollars. In Monopoly money. It's not a "real" airsoft gun so we don't need "real" money for it, right?
LOL you have that right.
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