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Old February 7th, 2009, 15:08   #16
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So i got permission from my parents to buy an airsoft gun. Im wondering which m4 of these 2 would be of better choice.

G&G m4 (PLASTICA)
http://buyairsoft.ca/catalog/product...roducts_id=438

JG M4a1
http://buyairsoft.ca/catalog/product...roducts_id=425

Also Which one of these would last longer and had Better quality metal parts.
Personally i'm not a big fan of G&G as a "higher end" type aeg but it's better than JG.
EDIT:
Classic Army beats all of those. But i don't know quite how thier "sportline" would compare, not much experience with those.
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Old February 7th, 2009, 15:08   #17
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Yeah it does. Also it means its not the Metal body version. Instead its composed of Nylon/Composite.

Also the G&G uses 9.6V battery so RoF increased? Also the nylon composite is more strong than ABS. Also the G&G probably has better internals so I guess ill go for the G&G. I would sorta figure the G&G maybe has better internals when they recommend a 9.6v.

Thanks for all the replies and the help.

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Old February 8th, 2009, 03:51   #18
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Actually, ABS is fucking beast. Don't own anything made with nylon/composite to my knowledge but people use ABS to make canoes (the one's I've used anyways) so I'm guessing that ABS is pretty tough stuff. TBH it's used in a lot of applications requiring high strength materials.
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Old February 8th, 2009, 06:22   #20
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In essence, the G&G is a better all around rifle.

JGs are pot metal rifles and are shit.
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Old February 9th, 2009, 12:42   #21
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Permission/No permission, Who cares? You can always ask a simple question on which product might be superior to another based on someones experiences. While the JG is certainly an improvement in their line, The G&G products more than make up for the price difference in their quality and performance. Remember, you get what you pay for.
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In essence, the G&G is a better all around rifle.

JGs are pot metal rifles and are shit.
and that means alot coming from a newb!ccssneo do some more research, ask more qustions, go to a game and ask other players what they purchased when they started out !
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Old February 9th, 2009, 12:56   #23
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In essence, the G&G is a better all around rifle.

JGs are pot metal rifles and are shit.
G&G also uses zinc alloy in most of their components. Based on your logic, G&G guns are shit also?
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Old February 9th, 2009, 17:48   #24
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I probably have decided to go with the JG. After the research i have constructed I have learned the Following.

JG Better internals more magazines compatible/more compatible with after market parts. However the JG externals is weaker and the 2 piece barrel wiggles a little.

G&G m4a1: Better externals, some problems with magazines. Lower quality gears in the gearbox darker colored plastic also the battery is more simple to put in than compared to the JG.

So i decided to go with the JG maybe one day when i grow older ill upgrade it to a m16
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I probably have decided to go with the JG. After the research i have constructed I have learned the Following.

JG Better internals more magazines compatible/more compatible with after market parts. However the JG externals is weaker and the 2 piece barrel wiggles a little.

G&G m4a1: Better externals, some problems with magazines. Lower quality gears in the gearbox darker colored plastic also the battery is more simple to put in than compared to the JG.

So i decided to go with the JG maybe one day when i grow older ill upgrade it to a m16
Why not just save up to buy a better one?
Why buy one if you know you can't play yet?
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I'd say you should save up till you're 18, then buy a full metal one.

To the best of my knowledge there isn't and places around the surrey area that are 16+... As far as I know they're all 18+
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