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Old January 18th, 2009, 10:24   #16
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Both G&G and ICS are good products. The one difference is that the G&G is a standard version 2 gear box, so parts are more available. The ICS makes theirs more for their product line use. I have a couple of friends with ICS products and one of their problems is mags, the ICS line doesn't seem to like other mag types.
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Old January 18th, 2009, 11:29   #17
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Both G&G and ICS are good products. The one difference is that the G&G is a standard version 2 gear box, so parts are more available. The ICS makes theirs more for their product line use. I have a couple of friends with ICS products and one of their problems is mags, the ICS line doesn't seem to like other mag types.
Ill take that comment and revise it.. I have run TM, CA, Mag, and even Hicaps of the same brands and have had no issues with my ICS.. Your friends probably dont maintain their mags.
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Old January 18th, 2009, 11:40   #18
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Both G&G and ICS are good products. The one difference is that the G&G is a standard version 2 gear box, so parts are more available. The ICS makes theirs more for their product line use. I have a couple of friends with ICS products and one of their problems is mags, the ICS line doesn't seem to like other mag types.
Yea, ICS mechboxes aren't standard, but unlike G&G, they're not likely to break down quickly either.
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Old January 18th, 2009, 11:57   #19
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personally, I like the ICS product. It's like the aftermarket PTW. The best thing about ICS product is the easy swap cylinder for the indoor and outdoor game. It won't give me headache to swap the spring and put it back together on the ICS M4, just need to take one pin out and swap another cylinder. That's all you need to do on ICS M4.

G&G product is quite pretty good build but still they are using V2 mechbox. One of the mechbox that I had bad experience with. It will give you a hard time to swap the spring to go on the fps limit according to the game unless you are an AEG expert.

I like all ICS Product that I have from M4 to L85A2 ( my favorite ). so go for the ICS product, you can't be wrong.
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Old January 18th, 2009, 14:21   #20
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i would loveto get a star m4, theyre are very well designed and innovative. but out of the 2 you listed i would lean twards ics.
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