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Old November 12th, 2009, 15:07   #61
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I've gamed a couple of them myself, and am very very pleased.
Which ones have you gamed?

I've been looking forward to hearing about experience with these.

Maybe a KJW M4-style video review?

That one was very helpful.
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Old November 12th, 2009, 15:12   #62
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On your own, not very high.
Through retailers on this website or through this websites buy and sell, substantially better.
Just to add on to that, the price of metal receivers are pretty steep when purchased seperately! Just keep that in mind if you are thinking "I'll get one of these clearsofts and then I'll just get a metal receiver later!"
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Old November 13th, 2009, 23:43   #63
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compare to kjw GBBR which do you thing is better?
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Old November 13th, 2009, 23:52   #64
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compare to kjw GBBR which do you thing is better?
Completely different modes of operation, limits to what they can do, and appropriate uses (AEG vs GBB).

You can't compare a apple to an orange, or whatever other analogy you might want to make.
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Old November 14th, 2009, 00:28   #65
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compare to kjw GBBR which do you thing is better?
That's like asking which is better an AE86 or a Mustang. That being said you're probably better off with an AEG just because the price to enter is a lot cheaper ($50 GBBR mags? and if you get a WA, Ino, or G&P WOC the price of mags is something like $80 ea.) and there may be more support/knowledge for an AEG floating around just because it's been around longer.

However you should weigh each pro and con and pick what's right for you.
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Old November 14th, 2009, 01:14   #66
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compare to kjw GBBR which do you thing is better?
For a new player I would definitely have to say an AEG. It will be cheaper, less trouble and more versatile than a GBBR. Especially if this is your first gun and you haven't been around the airsoft scene for a while, go with the AEG. Once you're a little more committed to the sport and are positive you want to go with a GBBR, then get one.
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Old November 14th, 2009, 02:34   #67
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That's like asking which is better an AE86 or a Mustang.
the answer is it depends
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Old November 17th, 2009, 18:17   #68
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I tried the M933, also the HK416 (the one I was most looking forward to seeing).

Comparing the SRC M4 Gen 3 to KJ GBBR, I'd say AEG is always more reliable while GBB's are hell of alot more fun to shoot. So the answer is it depends. When I need a gun that I can absolutely depend on, I go for AEG's... still.

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Old November 17th, 2009, 18:33   #69
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AEG first, than a GBB... you don't buy a race car with out having a daily driver.
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Old November 18th, 2009, 23:31   #70
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Hey Ken

I was wondering what your take was on the GRC M4 SD, why exactly is that weapon dishing out less fps then the rest of the line, like you said barrel size does play a factor but with the surrpressor on the gun is that incased around the barrel or a cosmetic external?

I'm looking at the M4 SD as my next gun already in the sport of Airsoft after purchasing from you, the G&G Mp5 A4 which by the way exceeds my expectations! I appreciate all the support with the purchase btw.



Thanks again =)
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Old November 18th, 2009, 23:50   #71
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Hey,

Anyone (guess Ken would know haha), if there will/is an AK47 line in by this company that would eventually come to canada?

Really been trying to avoid an m4 like the plague, but it's looking pretty attractive right now. Just don't want to buy an M4 and see an AK come out months later

And do all the adjustable stock versions hold the battery in that bulky battery "fake laser" thing that goes on the rail? Or can the m4 SD hold it in the stock, while only the HK416 uses that laser holder? What about the M16 (noticed it says Mini battery, guess it must go in the stock, but the other M4's I'm not sure about)

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Old November 19th, 2009, 00:11   #72
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Hey,

Anyone (guess Ken would know haha), if there will/is an AK47 line in by this company that would eventually come to canada?

Really been trying to avoid an m4 like the plague, but it's looking pretty attractive right now. Just don't want to buy an M4 and see an AK come out months later

And do all the adjustable stock versions hold the battery in that bulky battery "fake laser" thing that goes on the rail? Or can the m4 SD hold it in the stock, while only the HK416 uses that laser holder?
I dont think SRC makes an AK, transparent or not.
If you want an AK get AV'd.
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Old November 19th, 2009, 00:13   #73
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The M4 holds the battery in the but of the retractable crane stock.
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Old November 19th, 2009, 00:25   #74
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The M4 holds the battery in the but of the retractable crane stock.
Cool thanks.

As for the M16, I'm new, but it says it uses a mini battery.

Can mini batteries still come in 9.6V etc.? I guess the only difference is that they dont last as long?

I'm in the process of getting verified (already spoke to someone, just have to wait), but these seem pretty cool. Never having to upgrade and all that
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Old November 19th, 2009, 00:27   #75
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I dont think SRC makes an AK, transparent or not.
If you want an AK get AV'd.
src has a gen 3 full metal ak line.
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