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Old January 3rd, 2009, 13:21   #1
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HFC M190 Full Metal Full Auto.

Hi guys, i'm going for a new side arm and would you say hands down that the HFC M190 full metal full auto version is better than the TM Glock 26 or TM M92F?
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Old January 3rd, 2009, 13:29   #2
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It's not. The full auto function is pretty bad for the internals of the gun, and TM has higher quality control standards than HFC.
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Old January 3rd, 2009, 14:38   #3
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Hfc m190 is a pretty decent side arm. I have two myself. The main problem with the m190 is the auto fails alot. However it is an easy fix with alittle tin from a pop can. Other than the auto fire problem it's a great full metal gun. I've put atleast 80 000 rounds thought mine and Its still firing strong.
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Old January 3rd, 2009, 17:57   #4
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The HFC was my first GBB and i loved it, it worked flawlessly for me, though its heafty weight can get a bit tiresome if your doing long CQB.

Comparing it to my KWA glock, the glock is alot lighter (but plastic lower), and the ROF is much higher, and you can also get extended magazines for the glock family. Ive never owned a TM m92 but im sure the quality is that of any other TM.

I loved my HFC, still miss it sometimes. It was a great first GBB for me, and its a decent beginners GBB if its taken care of well. Just be careful not to drop the mags, as the plastic lip is very fragile and replacements are hard to come by.
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Old January 4th, 2009, 00:44   #5
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I would stress that HFC is a good starter to see if you enjoy using sidearms as they do not cost a lot and there are parts for it if it breaks. But definitely the quality control is random mainly due to leaky mags or parts breaking over time.

If you have more money to spend and know you are a dedicated Pistol user then you should get the TM as they are great guns, and they can be upgraded while the HFC only has replacement parts but no real upgrades. The one thing you have to watch out for when upgrading a TM is the metal slide, if you chose the wrong metal slide to outer barrel match you can end up damaging your gun in the long run.

I've seen myself grow from a springer as a kid to HFC to a TM and now Western Arms, over time your arsenal will grow more expensive but more sophisticated provided you are crazy for Airsoft
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