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Old March 3rd, 2009, 19:03   #16
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If you're calling the TF11 an Uzi you have a long way to go.
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Old March 3rd, 2009, 19:52   #17
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TF11 != Uzi
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Old March 3rd, 2009, 20:50   #18
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TF11 = Mac11 or M11

This would be an uzi:



no blowback and generally shittier than the TF11, uses the same mags tho IIRC

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Old March 3rd, 2009, 21:53   #19
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If you want a cheap springer that will allow you to be competitive, go get one of those clear shotties from Walmart. For the price, they're impossible to beat. They're reliable, have good range, and are fairly accurate, especially for CQB. Their magazines hold enough rounds, and you can pump and fire them quickly enough to be competitive in a game.

Spring pistols are shit for gaming and only really useful as a secondary when playing in the cold where GBBs won't work.
Pee-Nis! I have a Crosman shotty and love it, not that's I've gamed with it though, but if I can work well against AEG users outdoors out to 150ft using only my G19 GBB...................... indoors, a clearsoft shottie is a $30 no brainer for me.
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Old March 3rd, 2009, 22:03   #20
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TF11 = Mac11 or M11

This would be an uzi:



no blowback and generally shittier than the TF11, uses the same mags tho IIRC
I'm assuming that is a crosman airmag m50, in which case it does have blowback and the quality is on par with the clear tf-11 YouTube - Airsoft Reports Quality Review-Crossman Airmag M50 aparently its quite sturdy.
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Old March 4th, 2009, 00:01   #21
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I'm assuming that is a crosman airmag m50, in which case it does have blowback and the quality is on par with the clear tf-11 YouTube - Airsoft Reports Quality Review-Crossman Airmag M50 aparently its quite sturdy.
what blowback? do you see the bolt moving back in that video? you can see the internals moving because it is a clear gun but there is no blowback on that gun, noob
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Old March 4th, 2009, 00:19   #22
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what blowback? do you see the bolt moving back in that video? you can see the internals moving because it is a clear gun but there is no blowback on that gun, noob
There IS blowback, even though it may be internal. Non-blowback guns don't have a moving bolt, noob.
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Old March 4th, 2009, 00:37   #23
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There IS blowback, even though it may be internal. Non-blowback guns don't have a moving bolt, noob.
lol so nbb guns have no moving internal parts?

non blowback as in the slide/ejection port/bolt does not move back

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apparently it has a cycling bolt and a blowback chamber, but crosman didn't cut out the ejection port lol so I guess it is a GBB, thanks ANcorp lol

still shittier than a TF11, semi only without modification n all

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Old March 6th, 2009, 02:24   #24
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I actually have one of those mentioned Wal-Mart clearsoft shotguns. (it's BLACK now, but sshhh.) And, I can honestly say I'm gaming it tomorrow. It has decent power, and the fact that you can make 1-10+ BB's spray at once is worth the 30 bucks alone.
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