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Old June 6th, 2009, 02:27   #16
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As for realistic guns, I know you said no AKs, but doesn't Real Sword make their AEGs from de-milled Norinco recievers? Can't get more real than that.
To the best of my knowledge that has neither been proven nor disproven. It's speculation to the best of my knowledge but I wouldn't doubt it since the wood furniture thing (implying some sort of Nornico relationship or some sort or relationship with some sort of supplier of wood from that forest). The wood furniture comes from the exact same forest that the Type 56's furniture comes from the exact same wood and trees.
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Old June 6th, 2009, 09:57   #17
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That's debatable.

I'd say what affects accuracy most would be first the quality of your barrel and ammunition, then the stability of your hop up, and then the consistency of your muzzle velocity.
Google "is a longer barrel more accurate?" and you'll come up with a good number of results, most of which would indicate no.
While this true, it depends as well on what you're comparing.

Take two bone stock guns, say an M16 and an MP5, and with all else being equal, the length of the barrel will make quite a difference. Stick a tightbore in the MP5 however and suddenly it doesn't matter so much anymore.

Likwise, with everything else being equal, a 6.04mm, 519mm length barrel will be more accurate than a shorter one of the same type. Bore and length do make a difference.

It's pretty hard to cover every concievable thing that effects accuracy in a single short post anyway. You're absolutly correct with what you added -BB and barrel quality have a ton to do with it, so do a few other things.
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Old June 6th, 2009, 11:41   #18
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I have searched many guns - now im thinking about this one
G&P SR-25K URX
something like this one?
http://www.redwolfairsoft.com/redwol...l?prodID=22183
http://shop.ehobbyasia.com/g-p-aeg-sr-25k-urx.html
It should be accurat after upgrade no?

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Old June 6th, 2009, 11:45   #19
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The G&P SR-25 is a very good gun. It will be fairly accurate stock, as well. Be aware though that (if you're in Canada) you can't import airsoft guns.
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Old June 11th, 2009, 19:11   #20
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The G&P SR-25 is a very good gun. It will be fairly accurate stock, as well. Be aware though that (if you're in Canada) you can't import airsoft guns.
Im not in Canada so no problem, what should i change in this gun for best accurancy could you recommend me what with examples of quality manufacturers? What batery will be best hand how to put it in it has crane ye.

For imformations it is this one i think
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Old June 11th, 2009, 19:22   #21
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...whitch firms makes most realistic looking guns...
As long as they were black, would you be able to tell the difference? Are you a gun/rifle enthusiast?

Honestly, all of the higher-end manufacturers' products look great, even the plastic-bodied ones.

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Old June 11th, 2009, 19:57   #22
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Im not in Canada so no problem, what should i change in this gun for best accurancy could you recommend me what with examples of quality manufacturers? What batery will be best hand how to put it in it has crane ye.

For imformations it is this one i think
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http://www.redwolfairsoft.com/redwolf/airsoft/ProductDetail?prodID=22183
Any good battery will be fine. Intellects are good, as are Eletes.

For accuracy, heavier BB's (0.28g) and a tightbore. Madbull and Systema make good tightbores. I'm not sure of the quality of stock G&P hop-up units.

What kind of accuracy are you hoping to obtain?
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Old June 12th, 2009, 18:03   #23
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re: Mr. G36 - i had bad experience with full plastic guns thats why - i like when gun looks realistic
re: kalnaren
1, battery - im not sure it contains extended battery buttstock?
2, tightbore - no problem
3, G&P hop-up - is it possible to change it for better - whitch one is best your opinion ?


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What kind of accuracy are you hoping to obtain?
Something much more better than average - hard to say im not very experienced but i know airsoft guns dont shoot like real ones

Once i played i noticed player in bush tree i was faster shoot cca 6 BB bush tree stops them all then he noticed fire and hit me - so i know there is difference

4, Can i ask for little comparation? - best for you?
G&P SR-25K URX
G&G GS 550
G&G GR16R5
G&G AK103 EVO only good looking AK for me
TopTech T4-18
G&P M16A4/ M5 R.A.S
G&P MRE
VFC SR15E3
CA M15A4 SPR
CA SA58 Carbine
King Arms SIG 556 HOLO

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Old June 12th, 2009, 23:28   #24
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Something much more better than average - hard to say im not very experienced
Ok, so your problem right now is that you have a goal without even knowing what that goal is. You just want to upgrade for the sake of upgrading, which is honestly the worst reason to upgrade.

Play with the gun first. Learn how it performs. Then upgrade. There's a little saying that used to be thrown around here that seems to have left us: If you have to ask what to upgrade, you don't need to upgrade. Basically, it means that after you've played with the gun for a while, you'll know what it needs. Until you know what you need to upgrade, don't worry about doing it.

Disclaimer: My above refeers to preformance upgrades, not durability/reliabilty upgrades (which aren't usually an issue when dealing with higher end guns like CA, TM, ICS, G&P, etc.)
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Old June 13th, 2009, 06:19   #25
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re: kalnaren - now i dont understand nothing
im newbie - i know what is goal everybody in my country in OSB plays at least 420 fps+ so when you are not much experienced and play 350 fps you have double disadvantage no? so i want this gun stay at 350 fps for CQB and buy another one metal realistic looking whitch i could easily upgrade to 400-460 fps and i dont have enough experience what to change for what and whitch gun will be best until now i didnt need upgrade. I dont know whitch firms are good and whotch upgrade would be optimal - thats why i ask in newbie talk - if i know replace this one for this one i will not need to ask

PS: and snipers in my country mostly have no fps limit ....

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Old June 13th, 2009, 13:49   #26
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What country is this? You'll probably have better luck going to Arnies airsoft. We can help you but our help is really limited to mostly Canadian rules.

from your list you should be looking at these brands:

G&P, Toptech (G&G's "high end" brand like Toyota and Lexus), VFC and King Arms.
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