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Old January 24th, 2009, 11:35   #1
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G&G G&P?

Hi, I know this thread was started earlier by some other people but there wans't much on it and I'd liek to know more!

Are they in the same class?

First of all: What is the rep they have for internals/externals.

I'm looking to buy an m4 with a metal body, so I can get a G&P for 530 with the metal body, or a G&G for 300 + 250 for the metal body, in the end comes up to around the same thign with G&G a bit more expensive.

Is it worth it to buy the G&G separetely?
G&G has an 25000 rpm motor, decent gearbox with bearing bushings.
I'm not too sure on the m120 motor and gearbox of the G&P, could someone enlighten me?

I know for a fact though that G&P has metal hopup where G&G has plastic, but that's only a 30 dollar upgrade perhaps? But again, makes G&G more expensive. Same question asked: Worth it?

One more question, is the G&P wired to the front for battery? That's where I want to put my battery for my project.

Any other quality comments between the brands?
Anyone have any other comments on use?

Thank you!
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Old February 26th, 2009, 03:12   #2
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Hi, I know this thread was started earlier by some other people but there wans't much on it and I'd liek to know more!

Are they in the same class?

First of all: What is the rep they have for internals/externals.

I'm looking to buy an m4 with a metal body, so I can get a G&P for 530 with the metal body, or a G&G for 300 + 250 for the metal body, in the end comes up to around the same thign with G&G a bit more expensive.

Is it worth it to buy the G&G separetely?
G&G has an 25000 rpm motor, decent gearbox with bearing bushings.
I'm not too sure on the m120 motor and gearbox of the G&P, could someone enlighten me?

I know for a fact though that G&P has metal hopup where G&G has plastic, but that's only a 30 dollar upgrade perhaps? But again, makes G&G more expensive. Same question asked: Worth it?

One more question, is the G&P wired to the front for battery? That's where I want to put my battery for my project.

Any other quality comments between the brands?
Anyone have any other comments on use?

Thank you!
I have answered my own question with my searching.

For anyone who wants info on this subject:

G&P is a whole other quality compared to G&G.

G&P is much better than KA, ICS and a bit better than CA, so people say.

It is a very reliable gun and is definately worth the money if you can get it for 500 like grim fandango was selling.

I would expect almost 1k for a G&P. Reinforced gearbox with 7mm bearings, allumninum air nozzel, Metal hopup, and lots of goddies.

Sorry for this new thread, delete if you may.
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Old February 26th, 2009, 03:19   #3
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I have answered my own question with my searching.

For anyone who wants info on this subject:

G&P is a whole other quality compared to G&G.

G&P is much better than KA, ICS and a bit better than CA, so people say.

It is a very reliable gun and is definately worth the money if you can get it for 500 like grim fandango was selling.

I would expect almost 1k for a G&P. Reinforced gearbox with 7mm bearings, allumninum air nozzel, Metal hopup, and lots of goddies.

Sorry for this new thread, delete if you may.
cause its the there cheapest line of aeg (m4A1) so the price very reasonable
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Old February 26th, 2009, 03:38   #4
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cause its the there cheapest line of aeg (m4A1) so the price very reasonable
blah, very different story for me.
I'm just building a normal m4 pretty much except with DD mk17 Rail, and flip up s-system style sights and cost me around 900 bux already LOL
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Old February 26th, 2009, 05:36   #5
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I would debate on whether G&P is better then CA but it's definitely better then G&G. G&G is midrange of the midgrade guns. CA is about midrange of the highgrade guns. There's some argument about where G&P should fall, I've seen people put them anywhere from the highrange of the midgrade to the midrange of the highgrade. I have never personally handled a G&P so I can't speak from firsthand experience but as far the the trends in pricing in the classifieds go, the consensus seems to place G&P in the low range of the highgrade guns. Usually about a hundred or so dollars cheaper then CA guns.

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Old February 26th, 2009, 11:25   #6
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I would debate on whether G&P is better then CA but it's definitely better then G&G. G&G is midrange of the midgrade guns. CA is about midrange of the highgrade guns. There's some argument about where G&P should fall, I've seen people put them anywhere from the highrange of the midgrade to the midrange of the highgrade. I have never personally handled a G&P so I can't speak from firsthand experience but as far the the trends in pricing in the classifieds go, the consensus seems to place G&P in the low range of the highgrade guns. Usually about a hundred or so dollars cheaper then CA guns.

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G&G are mostly hit and miss. some of there guns are amazing like the Ak-47 they make. (all except for the gears the shear off way to flippin easy)

i personaly wouldn't put them in the midrange...
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G&G are mostly hit and miss. some of there guns are amazing like the Ak-47 they make. (all except for the gears the shear off way to flippin easy)

i personaly wouldn't put them in the midrange...
Indeed. The G&G L85 is terrible and known for constant failures.
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G&G are mostly hit and miss. some of there guns are amazing like the Ak-47 they make. (all except for the gears the shear off way to flippin easy)

i personaly wouldn't put them in the midrange...
As with the G&P, I've never personally handled a G&G, I just go by what the guns go for in the classifieds. G&G's seem to go for more the JG's but less then ICS's and definitely less then G&P's.

As with most manufacturers, G&G have their good and their bad models so where they fall is alittle fuzzy. Even TM has bad models, I wouldn't buy a stock TM M16 under any circumstances. Internals might be great but that three piece barrel is horrible.

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Old February 26th, 2009, 13:29   #9
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well for people that have handled G&P, they usually say, GOD
LOL like most rankings of brands I've seen, G&P goes higher than CA and ya...
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well for people that have handled G&P, they usually say, GOD
LOL like most rankings of brands I've seen, G&P goes higher than CA and ya...
I will admit, G&P makes some beautiful looking guns. I can't really speak to the internals since as I've said, I've never used one. I've seen rankings that have G&P all over the place. It's actually kinda odd, for most of the other manufacturers there seems to be a general consensus on where their quality falls in relation to each other, except for G&P. Some put them barely better then ICS, others put them nearly as good as TM. *shrug* In a case like that all I can do is go by the money. Money-wise, G&P seems to be better then ICS by a good margin but not quite as good as CA.

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Old February 26th, 2009, 13:53   #11
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G&P is made out of a high grade of aluminum, G&G is made out of a magnesium alloy...

You be the judge.
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