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Old April 7th, 2010, 23:54   #46
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Only WA mags work in WA GBB's but WA mags are much better in every aspect except price
Ehhh..... Taking a look at the average price that a WA mag runs for I don't think that I'll be able to afford it (Prices seem to be around the $40-60 USD range from Redwolf).

I think I'm going to have to go with the TM because of the cheap mags and easy availability, and just take the slightly higher deprecation cost when I eventually sell and move back to Canada.

So this is what I'm hoping to get (I think I'll try running .25's first then try .28's and decide which I like better when I'm there):

TM Hi-Capa 5.1 (~110 GBP)
3x 50 rnd Extended Hi-Capa mag (3x ~30 GBP = 90 GBP)
TK Twist (I will be keeping my pistol under 1J) (~30 GBP)
Clone dropleg "long mag" carrier (~15 USD = ~10 GBP)

Total: 240 GBP (All new, but hopefully I can find some used stuff over there)

Only good thing is that the CAD is gaining a lot of ground on the FOREX against a lot of the currencies so conversion won't be that bad.

I won't be going like every weekend but hopefully often enough that it makes it worthwhile to buy then sell at the end instead of renting (pay back period is about 12 games assuming a $20 rental fee and even less since I didn't factor in resale cost).

I've also heard some things about propane canisters in England being different sized from the ones in North America? And that it may not be compatible with the propane adaptors we use in North America is this true?
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Old June 25th, 2010, 21:06   #47
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The only thing that sucks about GBB airsoft guns are the mags. You need alot of mags at least five minimum outdoor, plus they're heavy. Other than that, IMO GBB are way better than AEG since its more realistic feeling when your firing. I wish they would make GBB P90 though that would be sweet. I dont really like M4 aside from the new tokyo marui m4 and Systema PTW m4's, because these m4's really feel like the real one when play with it. I dont know, isn't it why we mostly play airsoft? We like the realistic feeling of the gun. No one really like's clear plastic crap on our gun, well that's me I dont know about other people
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Old June 25th, 2010, 21:32   #48
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GBB as your primary weapon.

Try a GBBR.

BANG BANG BANG vs. zip zip zip
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Old June 25th, 2010, 21:36   #49
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I agree this is exactly what I'm talking about!!!

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Try a GBBR.

BANG BANG BANG vs. zip zip zip
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