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Old November 4th, 2009, 10:52   #1
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Does anyone know if the new SRC lineup at 007 are any good? I am interested in the full length M4 with RIS for $460. Are these guns better than a G&G or the new KWA's at Buyairsoft.ca or CapitalAirsoft?
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Old November 4th, 2009, 11:07   #2
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http://www.007airsoft.com/gngvssrc.htm

May be a bit biased because he's the one selling them, but it's mostly not.
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Old November 4th, 2009, 11:08   #3
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there is a comparison on the site between the two guns. why are you asking us?
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Old November 4th, 2009, 12:38   #4
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Parts G&G M4 Advanced SRC M4 GEN III Win

Weight ~2400g unloaded ~2800g unloaded SRC


I'm new to the world of airsoft (and guns in general), but wouldn't you prefer a lighter gun? It must have a certain weight of course... but in general a lighter gun is better, isn't it? for a long day of mil-sim, more weight = more energy needed to carry. 400g may be a small amount, but 400g on the gun + 400 there + 800 here + 200 over there... that equals many kg overall! for a 10 walk this may not change much, but for many hours...
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Parts G&G M4 Advanced SRC M4 GEN III Win

Weight ~2400g unloaded ~2800g unloaded SRC


I'm new to the world of airsoft (and guns in general), but wouldn't you prefer a lighter gun? It must have a certain weight of course... but in general a lighter gun is better, isn't it? for a long day of mil-sim, more weight = more energy needed to carry. 400g may be a small amount, but 400g on the gun + 400 there + 800 here + 200 over there... that equals many kg overall! for a 10 walk this may not change much, but for many hours...
It's about realism. If lightness is your concern, then go and buy 100% plastic weapons. I have downgraded full metal guns to plastic for lightness in some games but a heavy loadout is part of the milsim experience. Heavier parts also usually show more durability and quality overall.
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Old November 4th, 2009, 12:42   #6
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I think the $210 CQB M4 is a great value for an indoor weapon. I'm tempted to get one.

The rest are SRC Gen III with 400 FPS and fully upgraded internals out of the box and are outdoor weapons out of the box whereas with a G&G, you'd have to do some upgrades yourself, buy parts, pay a gun doctor. SRC is decent. I like their stuff. The SRC 416 is supposed to be one of the best 416s. SRC usually have some unique features. The SRC G36 for example has different parts than most other G36s like metal cocking handle, metal mag release, etc.
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Old November 4th, 2009, 12:47   #7
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Old November 4th, 2009, 12:55   #8
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the shame alll those full metal lowers in asia wanting a nice canadian home : (


The g36 series peaked my interest tho those guns are plastic anyway
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It seems SRC is slowly clawing its way up up the quality ladder.
Then again many airsoft companies have over the last couple of years. Although I'm not sure if their quality has gone up or peoples expectations have gone done. I would love to tear one apart for closer inspection and review.
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Seems like SRC are pulling a CYMA.

Anyways, Ken, nice music choice.

I'm loving the support variant on the G36.

(Sorry, I dont know the exact model. Sue me.)
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It seems SRC is slowly clawing its way up up the quality ladder.
Then again many airsoft companies have over the last couple of years. Although I'm not sure if their quality has gone up or peoples expectations have gone done. I would love to tear one apart for closer inspection and review.
SRC has always been one of the better ones as a Taiwan company. If you want real airsoft companies climbing out of the gutter, try mainland china for JG and Cyma. TSD is SRC's cheap/lower end brand.
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SRC has always been one of the better ones as a Taiwan company. If you want real airsoft companies climbing out of the gutter, try mainland china for JG and Cyma. TSD is SRC's cheap/lower end brand.

When SRC launched back in the early 90s they were a disaster. Over time they did show improvement. The SRC XM8 left me with a bad taste in my mouth. Like I said, I'm not willing to pass full judgment till I can actually take one of the new ones apart.
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Does anyone know if they're TM compatible? Do they fit TM magazines?
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Old November 4th, 2009, 14:45   #14
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Yup fits TM magazine without problem. I took an HK416 entirely apart as soon as got these new SRC's. and the gear boxes are tuned up very very well. Given the parts installed and output velocity, I have very good confidence in them.

TSD sells mainly SRC Gen 2 and Plastic products. I deal in SRC Gen 3 products.

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so does the src have a better chance at handling a lipo than the kwa?
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