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Old November 29th, 2009, 23:43   #31
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some people should not post unless they have first hand experience with the brands...

"He said she said" is not a valid opinion or observation. It's down right misleading.
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Old November 29th, 2009, 23:56   #32
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I have bought an SRC HK416 and I also own a G&G M4, both lower receivers are made of plastic but they are not similar at all. SRC lower receivers are very strong and slightly rugged to the touch, they are also curiously much more tinted than the usual G&G smoked lower receiver. From afar you can't even tell it is made of plastic and from up close are very dark. I also own an ICS MP5A4 and I can confirm that SRC upper receiver are much more resilient to scratches. There were also no wobble at all on the SRC HK416 which was welcome. Anyhow that's all I can say for the time being on my experience with SRC.

Here's a picture of the amazingly dark and sturdy lower receiver from SRC.

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Old November 30th, 2009, 00:01   #33
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Foxx showing off his HK416 again, same picture too lol.
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Old November 30th, 2009, 00:04   #34
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Foxx showing off his HK416 again, same picture too lol.
Haha, you're right :lol: the whole internet must look at it!

But seriously, that lower receiver is really dark.
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Old November 30th, 2009, 00:55   #35
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The SRC Receivers are pretty dark.

The only thing that sucks about My SRC G36C, is the Mag wiggles around, and when the stock is folded.. It's not held in as sturdily as I'd like it to be.

Haven't got a chance to fire it yet though, Waiting on a battery.. :'(
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Old November 30th, 2009, 01:04   #36
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Old November 30th, 2009, 02:20   #37
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Honestly for the price.. go with SRC. Quality wise they are both very similar but forget about the lipo ready BS. With the internals in a stock SRC I really can't see why they aren't lipo ready.
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Old December 12th, 2009, 16:05   #38
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I was over at ken's (007 airsoft) the other day to check out the SRC g36 series. My first impressions were quite positive. The body felt rock solid and the Plastic lower is quite sturdy and showed no signs of micro fractures or cracks around any stress points. The lower rec airsoft eiver is quite dark and does not take away from the guns overall appearance The sighting (scope) is fantastic, however the scope comes in the form of a full cross hairs unlike the scope of many other g36 such as the classic army g36 which uses the actual HK scope image. The externals were extremely solid overall with no creaks bends or compressions to worry about. my only complaint about the external parts was the extremely obvious mould lines especially on the forward hand guard. Ken had a CA g36k on sight and the difference in mould quality was quite pronounced. The CA had little to no sign of mould lines where as the SRC had a large obvious line right across the upper hand guard. This however is simply a cosmetic error as the gun is still quite solid and these simple cosmetic issues would not stop me from buying and using one in the future.

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Old December 12th, 2009, 16:15   #39
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I've noticed that mould line on the SRC G36 handguards also. I hate seeing mould lines on things, but the reality is that it is a very solid gun that feels and looks great. Definitely up to par I would say.
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Old December 12th, 2009, 20:18   #40
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Well.. I've found out that the 95 Round King Arms 5pack of mags is a GREAT choice for the SRC's and KWA G36's. They fit quite a bit tighter and have little to no wobble, They'll only wobble with force.

I've unloaded about 2000-3000 rounds out of the SRC G36C so far.. and Have been quite impressed! Although I can't make it outside to do a grouping test because it's -30 to -36.. But standing outside the door and unloading 4 mags on full auto, It seems to take off branches on my neighbors trees.. :P
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Old December 16th, 2009, 13:33   #41
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SRC to KWA Rate of Fire

So I knew KWA was faster, but how much faster... this came as a surprise-

YouTube- Capital Airsoft - KWA & SRC M4A1 Rate Of Fire Tests

SRC to KWA Rate of Fire Test-

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SRC- 12 RPS
KWA- 22 RPS
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Old December 16th, 2009, 16:40   #42
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ill be honest that just made up my mind for me. SRC is what i want now, but thats because im not firing a gun like a laser lmaoo.
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Old December 16th, 2009, 17:49   #43
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ill be honest that just made up my mind for me. SRC is what i want now, but thats because im not firing a gun like a laser lmaoo.
I don't think 22RPS is necessary, Maybe in paintball were they tend to aim with their 'rope' of paint... But Since the 'Real Steel' does 12.5 RPS/750RPM.. SRC is more close, in terms of realism.
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Old December 16th, 2009, 18:01   #44
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I don't think 22RPS is necessary, Maybe in paintball were they tend to aim with their 'rope' of paint... But Since the 'Real Steel' does 12.5 RPS/750RPM.. SRC is more close, in terms of realism.
With a tracer unit, the KWA will look like goddamn Star Wars.
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Old December 16th, 2009, 18:03   #45
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Keep in mind folks that was on an 10.8v Battery :P.
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