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Old January 20th, 2009, 01:14   #16
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I know its power is limited, I don't expect a whole lot out of it,I just like mp7s in general (and they look like the smg in halo, but thats not important). Besides, I'll be happy as long as I can feel the shots.
Will you be happy with it if you spend $150 and it breaks after 20 shots?

It really sounds like you've already made up your mind. We're telling you the gun is crap and generally not worth the money. If you didn't want to hear that you shouldn't have asked. We can't tell you what to do with your own cash.
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Old January 20th, 2009, 01:18   #17
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Well, since I couldn't find a GOOD p90 ( other than the d90) I sorta set my hopes on the mp7. I know a guy who is into airsoft and is usually my go-to guy for advice, but he had no idea about this gun, so he said I should ask you guys first. But, if not this gun which one then?
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Old January 20th, 2009, 01:20   #18
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Oh, and I meant the d90 is shitty,typed it wrong, and the tf7 is $81.99 right now
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Old January 20th, 2009, 01:24   #19
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Wait until you're 18, the you'll be able to find good guns of all types.

I told you before. Your best access to good airsoft guns is in the ASC Classifieds, which you have to be 18 and age verified to view. Considering 90% of hosts won't allow those under 18 to play, it's not like you'll be missing much in the meantime.

Save your money, wait until you are 18, then drop $500-$1,000 on a kit you'll really enjoy. And please, don't give me any of this "I don't want to seriously get into airsoft" BS (not that you will, it's just a common newb counter to our "airsoft is expensive" truism). A good gun and good kit is like night and day to a cheap gun and no kit. If you really want to enjoy this hobby, save your money and wait.
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Old January 20th, 2009, 01:29   #20
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Well, I might get this gun, damn deciding is hard!! so many guns...
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Old January 20th, 2009, 01:31   #21
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I give up.

Mods, can we make a new rule that states "If you're going to ask for advice and completely ignore it, don't bother posting."?
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Old January 20th, 2009, 01:55   #22
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I have that exact gun...... well its not very good, the stock does not lock in place sometimes, it sounds like it is dying and you cant replace any internals. I bought it to try out airsofting itself, I CANT wait to get an actually good gun this summer
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Old January 20th, 2009, 05:54   #23
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To the original poster. If youre going to ask for advice and then ignore it when offered, please discountinue the using this website. Statements have been made and reenforced by members of this website of the items quality and upgradability. If you continue to swat away and disregard information, you will find that the members of this website will become reluctant (at best) to assist you.

Allow me to reiterate to you the info that has already been given to you.
-The MP7s internal design is that of an AEP mechbox not that of an AEG.
-It is an upgradeable gun however parts are difficult to find and even more of a pain to install. Installing a higher strength spring in an AEP mechbox will up the chances of its failure due to its design.
-The only way to use a custom battery with the MP7 would be to purchase an external battery kit and rewire the gun to house the battery externally in a PEQ some form of battery bag.

TokyoMarui produces a good quality MP7, infact they were the first to make an airsoft MP7, all other companies simply copied their design. TokyoMarui is known for using quality parts and maintains a good level of quality control on their products. All other clones and smaller asian companies buy their parts on bulk from the lowest bidder and assemble their items for hasty sale with little to no quality control. You may recieve a lemon or you may recieve one that will work just fine.

The use of a lighter weight BB (0.12g) may increase your FPS but FPS is not everything. Due to the light weight of the BB simple things like wind and leaves will easily deflect and alter the course of the BB flight path. It would be recommended to atleast use a 0.20g bb.

Finally in closing, Im sure you are farmiliar with this websites rules and policies in regards to airsoft. ASC and the majority of its user base strictly maintains airsoft should only be purchased and owned by those who are of the legal age of consent in this country. That age being 18 years. Please do not ask questions in regards to what is a good gun or how good a gun is or where to aquire an airsoft gun on this website because it shows that you do not care or respect this websites policy.
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