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Old August 13th, 2009, 14:34   #16
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speaking of which , what is a good decent spring bolt action , nothing too expensive , maybe one i can play with the odd time.
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Old August 13th, 2009, 15:02   #17
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l96 and vsr (g-spec) seem to be the leaders that Ive seen. Personally I preffered the vsr which is more or less why I got it over the L96 among other things.
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Old August 13th, 2009, 16:15   #18
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Are there any gas semi-auto sniper rifles available? And if no, then that is an area to be explored by manufacturers.
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Old August 14th, 2009, 03:39   #19
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Thanks all for the advice. Looks like I'm getting me a springer. Also, I agree with the comment made about the first time cocking back a bolt, it is a lot more resistance than you would've thought but it's also definitely something you'll get used to. Also, it'll work in the winter, sweet.
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Old September 17th, 2009, 17:08   #20
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bolt action spring = standard barrel 6mm and more

Gas bolt action = forced bb .227-.236

If you forced bb in spring bolt action you have chance for jam. the co2 replace spring for give more strong whit minus reloding strong........

If you see co2 rifle whit standart barrel 6mm or more you better whit spring rifle because the law is 500 fps and spring work whit never prob .....

Maybe is wrong but the co2,pcp option is only better when you need forced bb. If not why use co2 or pcp ???

Maybe the avantage of co2 is no need upgrade for power.... The plastic replicas need lot s modification for shoot fine because is cheaps body and part if you put better spring you need change trigger and........

if the game not bolt action only use your aeg because for now nothing product in market make the trully simulation sniper work vs automatic aeg

Standard max range for m-16 = 700 m

standard max range for 300 wm = 1500m

standard max range for aeg= 70m

standard max range for airsoft upgrade rifle=80 90 m(lucky shot) can fight vs auto?

Airsoft rifle is for sport ))))))))))
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Old September 17th, 2009, 17:25   #21
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bolt action spring = standard barrel 6mm and more

Gas bolt action = forced bb .227-.236

If you forced bb in spring bolt action you have chance for jam. the co2 replace spring for give more strong whit minus reloding strong........

If you see co2 rifle whit standart barrel 6mm or more you better whit spring rifle because the law is 500 fps and spring work whit never prob .....

Maybe is wrong but the co2,pcp option is only better when you need forced bb. If not why use co2 or pcp ???

Maybe the avantage of co2 is no need upgrade for power.... The plastic replicas need lot s modification for shoot fine because is cheaps body and part if you put better spring you need change trigger and........

if the game not bolt action only use your aeg because for now nothing product in market make the trully simulation sniper work vs automatic aeg

Standard max range for m-16 = 700 m

standard max range for 300 wm = 1500m

standard max range for aeg= 70m

standard max range for airsoft upgrade rifle=80 90 m(lucky shot) can fight vs auto?

Airsoft rifle is for sport ))))))))))
you are definitely getting confused with PELLET GUNS. the op is referring specifically to Gas BA rifles. such as the Tanaka Line (see Kar98k, M24 etc etc).
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Old September 17th, 2009, 17:34   #22
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lol those ranges can't be airsoft unless you are using melded springs
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Old September 17th, 2009, 18:46   #23
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Gas Sniper Rifles?

Gas Sniper Rifles?
(((((((Hey guys,

Lately, I've been looking with great curiosity at some bolt action rifles and I had noticed in the classifieds there were a few gas bolt action rifles.

Now, I've only looked briefly on youtube at the performance of a gas sniper rifle, but is there/are there any particular benefits to having a gas-based sniper platform? I would assume that perhaps it shoots harder than its springer counterpart (if it has one) but does the user feel any sort of blowback or recoil? If so, it doesn't really look like it.

And while we're at it, what particular downsides are there to having a gas-based sniper rifle apart from having a spring sniper rifle aside from having to refill the gas every so often?

Thanks in advance for the input guys. )))))))))

That the question !!!!!

No any (((Tanaka Line (see Kar98k, M24 etc etc))).in this question. Make same my responce at question is mutch easy for you because is your birds language... I dont talk of any model name on my responce ))

Presentement sur le marché il n existe pas malheureusement de fusil de precision capable de concurencé un aeg meme a longue distance a moin de depasser la limite legal de 500 fps.... La difference selon moi est qu avec un fusil au co2 sa evite de faire des changements ou modifications sur la replique puisque les vitesses avoisines le 500 fps ce qui n est pas le cas avec une replique cansoft a ressort. Dans ce cas plusieurs modifications seront a prevoir et le prix de revient avoisine presque le prix d un model haute game au co2 qui de toute facons est non disponible au Canada.

Donc l avantage d une replique au co2 est la puissance,la resistance a
l usure et la facilité d armement et aussi l ajustement de la velociter.
les désavantages le prix, le gas,le froid et aucun gain si utilisé avec hop up.....

Pour ce qui est de la presicion rien change avec une carabine au co2 ou a ressort puisque que les deux utilises un canon lisse et vitesse pour vitesse
c est la meme chose avec le hop up. A moin que le canon soit filleté mais la il y a un probleme il y a une lois non écrite au airsoft qui dit que le canon ne doit pas etre filleter sinon c est une carabine a plombs )))))))) Autremendit si je vend des repliques qui tire partout en disans que c est precis j aurais interets a inventer des nouvelles lois ))))))Inquiter vous pas je n irais pas m inseré dans un monde aussi dangereux )))))))))Mais je peux tous de meme avertir un nouveau de faire attention a la connerie ))))))))))
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Old September 18th, 2009, 10:29   #24
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Gas Sniper Rifles?
(((((((Hey guys,

Lately, I've been looking with great curiosity at some bolt action rifles and I had noticed in the classifieds there were a few gas bolt action rifles.

Now, I've only looked briefly on youtube at the performance of a gas sniper rifle, but is there/are there any particular benefits to having a gas-based sniper platform? I would assume that perhaps it shoots harder than its springer counterpart (if it has one) but does the user feel any sort of blowback or recoil? If so, it doesn't really look like it.

And while we're at it, what particular downsides are there to having a gas-based sniper rifle apart from having a spring sniper rifle aside from having to refill the gas every so often?

Thanks in advance for the input guys. )))))))))

That the question !!!!!

No any (((Tanaka Line (see Kar98k, M24 etc etc))).in this question. Make same my responce at question is mutch easy for you because is your birds language... I dont talk of any model name on my responce ))

Presentement sur le marché il n existe pas malheureusement de fusil de precision capable de concurencé un aeg meme a longue distance a moin de depasser la limite legal de 500 fps.... La difference selon moi est qu avec un fusil au co2 sa evite de faire des changements ou modifications sur la replique puisque les vitesses avoisines le 500 fps ce qui n est pas le cas avec une replique cansoft a ressort. Dans ce cas plusieurs modifications seront a prevoir et le prix de revient avoisine presque le prix d un model haute game au co2 qui de toute facons est non disponible au Canada.

Donc l avantage d une replique au co2 est la puissance,la resistance a
l usure et la facilité d armement et aussi l ajustement de la velociter.
les désavantages le prix, le gas,le froid et aucun gain si utilisé avec hop up.....

Pour ce qui est de la presicion rien change avec une carabine au co2 ou a ressort puisque que les deux utilises un canon lisse et vitesse pour vitesse
c est la meme chose avec le hop up. A moin que le canon soit filleté mais la il y a un probleme il y a une lois non écrite au airsoft qui dit que le canon ne doit pas etre filleter sinon c est une carabine a plombs )))))))) Autremendit si je vend des repliques qui tire partout en disans que c est precis j aurais interets a inventer des nouvelles lois ))))))Inquiter vous pas je n irais pas m inseré dans un monde aussi dangereux )))))))))Mais je peux tous de meme avertir un nouveau de faire attention a la connerie ))))))))))
http://www.airsoftcanada.com/showthread.php?t=88229 <== answers to your questions, next time read the thread before posting. Also please do NOT use youtube gained knowledge as if it's right.
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Old September 18th, 2009, 12:41   #25
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AngelusNex http://www.airsoftcanada.com/showthread.php?t=88229 answers to your questions, next time read the thread before posting.
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Old September 18th, 2009, 14:27   #26
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