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Old November 26th, 2009, 00:19   #91
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true but i've seen some that come with decent ones
Don't say G&G, because their included batteries and chargers are SHIT.

What guns come with decent ones?
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Old November 26th, 2009, 00:20   #92
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Don't say G&G, because their included batteries and chargers are SHIT.

What guns come with decent ones?
+1 , every included battery are sht that's why their free to make you seem their like a worth package!! You will end up buying a package with useless junk (goggles , cheap mag , cheap battery , cheap chargeR) and you'll end up changing them...
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Old November 26th, 2009, 00:31   #93
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This is a complete review of the TSD/SRC G36 Gen II http://www.airsoftretreat.com/review...ate=1178931043 , you can see the difference visually right away. You get for what you paid for i guess.
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Old November 26th, 2009, 02:54   #94
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+1 , every included battery are sht that's why their free to make you seem their like a worth package!! You will end up buying a package with useless junk (goggles , cheap mag , cheap battery , cheap chargeR) and you'll end up changing them...
Not true, the ones that come with the ICS ones are great, they just don't last long.
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Old November 26th, 2009, 02:59   #95
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Don't say G&G, because their included batteries and chargers are SHIT.

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Uh have you even tried one? the one i kept from the g&g i had is fantastic lasts me an entire day of play(8-10hours) and possibly more. unless i just got lucky and got a good one
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Old November 26th, 2009, 03:27   #96
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Uh have you even tried one? the one i kept from the g&g i had is fantastic lasts me an entire day of play(8-10hours) and possibly more. unless i just got lucky and got a good one
Dude, just wait, mine crapped out on me after about 5 weeks. Its shit, got really hot and the fuse broke too!
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Old November 26th, 2009, 04:01   #97
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I have two G&G batteries and work great..use them all the time
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Old November 26th, 2009, 12:08   #98
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Uh have you even tried one? the one i kept from the g&g i had is fantastic lasts me an entire day of play(8-10hours) and possibly more. unless i just got lucky and got a good one
I'm positive he's tried one. The guy has extensive AEG/GBB work under his belt. I'd definitely pay attention to what he says, he's not trying to argue.
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Old November 26th, 2009, 13:08   #99
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neither am i but from what ive seen with mine(used from spring to end of summer) its great. maybe not for a super ugraded gun or anything shooting near 400fps spitting out 30bb/s or anything.

@scurvythepirate: ouch that sucks

and like i said maybe i just got lucky with mine :P
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Old November 26th, 2009, 13:29   #100
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neither am i but from what ive seen with mine(used from spring to end of summer) its great. maybe not for a super ugraded gun or anything shooting near 400fps spitting out 30bb/s or anything.

@scurvythepirate: ouch that sucks

and like i said maybe i just got lucky with mine :P
Nope, the batteries are made up of poor cells. Sure it'll power your gun, but I highly question the reliability of these batteries... So far out of the probobly 20 "MY GUN BROKE -- NO WAIT ITS JUST MY BATTERY" incidents, I'd say 75% of them were using G&G batteries, now... a large portion of that would be related to the shitty chargers that they come with, but there certainly is some people who's problems stem from the batteries themselves.

It actually will SAVE you money by buying a high quality battery and charger. Spend $100 on a charger and $30 or so on an Intellect of an Elite cell'd battery that can withstand the draw and re-charging over and over... and you wont have to replace your $20 battery every couple of months.

Hell... if I could make up my mind on an AEG for more than a couple months, I'd be willing to bet I'd still be using the same battery that I would have initially purchased
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Old November 26th, 2009, 17:56   #101
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This is a complete review of the TSD/SRC G36 Gen III http://www.airsoftretreat.com/review...ate=1178931043 , you can see the difference visually right away. You get for what you paid for i guess.
Please kindly note this review is for Gen II G36 not the Gen III that 007 and my dealers carries. Major difference between SRC Gen II and Gen III G36's are:

Gen II has 6.08 barrels, Gen III has 6.05 electroplated tight-bores.

Gen II has plastic spring guide, Gen III has aluminum spring guide with steel bearings

Gen II has ABS furniture (handguard etc), GEN III has glass reinforced fiber furniture

Gen II has bushings, Gen III has 8mm steel bearings

Gen II has regular spring, 007's Gen III has M120 spring

Gen II has plastic cylinder head with single o-ring, Gen III has rubber padded aluminum cylinder head with double o-ring

Gen II has regular plastic nozzle, Gen III has POM nozzle with internal o-ring (better air seal)

Gen II has plastic piston head, Gen III has aluminum piston head (unidirectional flow for better air seal)

The new integrated 2x zoom scope in the carry handle has adjustable windage and elevation and can be tuned to spot on accuracy.

All of the above upgraded parts and features work together to give the Gen III better feel, weight, performance, durability and reliability than the Gen II.

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Old November 26th, 2009, 18:20   #102
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Sorry for mis-leading guys from my previous post (I posted an review on the Gen II)

This is the right SRC G36K & C GEN III review http://www.popularairsoft.com/reviews/src-cg36k-and-c

compare with SRC / TSD G36 GEN II http://www.airsoftretreat.com/review...ate=1178931043 ....

You can obviously notice a BIG difference and changes made by TSD / SRC
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Old November 26th, 2009, 20:31   #103
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Here is review of the SRC Gen 3 HK416.
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Old December 12th, 2009, 15:16   #104
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So has anybody got the M933 yet? I'm considering it against a G&G MP5 G5. I'm thinking that judging by the consensus here, that it's a better deal.
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Old April 4th, 2010, 16:36   #105
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I'm really looking into these SRC Gen III G36's.. from what I'm hearing these are pretty high quality for a pretty decent price tag.

Here is SRC's Catalog by the way.. as I've seen some post about SRC not having AK's

And the only gun that shoots 400 FPS stock is the SRC 416, all other guns are in the 330 FPS range. I think the only reason some websites post up 400 FPS is because of the M120 Spring they include..

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