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Old February 26th, 2009, 00:12   #1
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AM Broxa vs. G&G M4

well i plan on getting a new AEG, i've looked at the Aftermath BROXA and the G&G M4, the M4 is about 160 bucks more the the AM, but the BROXA fires what seems to be 40 fps faster, i need help here guys, which one should i buy i need some pro help as i am quite new to the scene. If anyone has owned or owns one of these guns give me good reviews and tell me about the qualilty of these guns, thanks a bunch!!!
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Old February 26th, 2009, 00:28   #2
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FPS doesn't really matter much, it's accuracy that counts in this situation. The G&G's all come stock with a tightbore barrel so the increased accuracy from that will outweigh the higher FPS from the Broxa. The G&G will do a lot better than the Broxa and cost less in the end due to the upgrades you will need to get the Broxa functioning nicely.

I have one of the Combat Machine branded G&G rifles though, so the opinion of a Broxa owner would be good to have here.
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Old February 26th, 2009, 00:28   #3
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G&G > Aftermath

G&G also has an MP5
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Old February 26th, 2009, 00:31   #4
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FPS means nothing, it takes a $10 spring to change it.

G&G is miles ahead of Aftermath in every aspect.
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Old February 26th, 2009, 00:48   #5
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theres alot of talk on how the G&G line advertisted on BUYAIRSOFT.ca is must i say the "shitty" end of G&G, am i getting ripped off here or am i gonna get a good quality gun.... i just recently sent an email on this to BUYAIRSOFT.ca and am waiting a response. hopefully a good one
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Old February 26th, 2009, 01:06   #6
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"Good Quality" is subjective. You're not going to get a really good gun for under $500. G&G are pretty decent, but are considered the bottom of the high end guns. I'd still class Tokyo Marui, Classic Army, and ICS above them.

Here's a subjective scale (based on my own opinion) of guns, from bad to good:

CYMA/WELL/Aftermath/other ACMs (~$150-$250)
JG (~$250-$350)
G&G (~$350-$450)
TM (~$450-$600)
ICS (~$450-$600)
CA (~$500-650)
RS/Star/Ares/VFC (~$700 and up)

I didn't list every manufactuer and others might disagree a bit, but that's Quality Scale 101
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Old February 26th, 2009, 02:07   #7
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CYMA and DBOYS are in the $400 region.
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CYMA and DBOYS are in the $400 region.
Depends on which guns you're talking about. They have a few different lines/qualities.
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Old February 26th, 2009, 20:28   #9
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Hey I have a Broxa and it works really nicely for me, indoors, outdoors accuracy leaves much to be desired. Also in anything less then 0 degrees the broxa will die in less then 10 minutes. So if you happen to live in Canada, e hem, I would recomend the G&G as the metal gear box and better battery will help you to prevail. Hope Ive been of some help.
I fully intend to buy a G&G M4 for the outdoor season, but for indoor I love my Broxa
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