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Old April 13th, 2007, 12:11   #106
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Tokyo Mauri AUG
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P90 Highcaps suck but the gun rules. Gun has been very well used.
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Old April 13th, 2007, 13:04   #107
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Just a note: Even if a gun has enough "reviews" to draw conclusions,
people should keep posting them (ex: TM 226). The more infos the more accurate the conclusion will be.

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Okay, I recently went to art show. One of exhibit had huge panoramic canvas pictures of landscape photos taken with a digital camera. These pictures were nice and huge. The canvas was attached to a wooden stretcher frame for direct hanging on a wall without need for a frame. Do you know any more on this subject? Where can I go for additional information on this subject?
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Old April 13th, 2007, 13:12   #108
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1) Make and Model
-- TM M14 OD
2) Date Purchased
-- Nov. 2006
3) Cost
-- $650.00
4) New/Used?
-- New
5) Mechanical Problems
-- mag catch pin slips out. Has to be pushed back in.
6) Esthetic Problems
-- flash hider is a bit loose. Screws in the butt plate like to loosen after awhile.
7) Rounds Fired Between Failures
-- no failures
8) Changes to Internals
-- none
9) Resale Date and Value
-- If I was to sell it today it would be for 650 shipped.
10) Comments
-- Nice and accurate. Takes a while to get to the mechbox. Bolt catch can be modded to work.

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Old April 13th, 2007, 13:15   #109
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1) Make and Model
-- TM AUG Civ
2) Date Purchased
-- Feb 2005
3) Cost
-- $450.00
4) New/Used?
-- New
5) Mechanical Problems
-- Jams on semi once in awhile
6) Esthetic Problems
-- folding grip wiggles
7) Rounds Fired Between Failures
-- 25000
8) Changes to Internals
-- PDI 140%, torque gears, poly piston, bushings
9) Resale Date and Value
-- Feb 2006 $500.00
10) Comments
-- Very nice gun to hold.
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Old April 13th, 2007, 13:25   #110
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Just a note: Even if a gun has enough "reviews" to draw conclusions,
people should keep posting them (ex: TM 226). The more infos the more accurate the conclusion will be.

Right?



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Absolutely. Ideally I'd like about 10 per gun. I can regularly check up on them and see if any new issues have come up. Studying 10 different people should give an idea of some of the common problems while varying things like maintenance and use. For example, several people pointed out the G36 cocking handle problem. That's from people who've used the gun varying amounts and maintained it differently, so it's worth mentioning.

More P226 is welcome, as well as any other new pieces.
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Old April 13th, 2007, 16:03   #111
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KWC Desert Eagle (GBB)

1) Make and Model
-- Desert Eagle 50. KWC
2) Date Purchased
-- March 2007
3) Cost
-- $230
4) New/Used?
-- New
5) Mechanical Problems
-- None to my knowledge
6) Esthetic Problems
-- Scratched handgrip (Magizne rubbed on it.) .
7) Rounds Fired Between Failures
-- N/A
8) Changes to Internals
-- Not yet.
9) Resale Date and Value
-- I Sold it (July 2007), for 200.00, im minus one Desert Eagle now
10) Comments
Its very big, and hefty, has a nice crisp blow back.

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Old April 13th, 2007, 16:09   #112
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Crosman Walther P22 (Spring)

1) Make and Model
-- Walther P22, Crosman.
2) Date Purchased
-- Febuary 2007
3) Cost
-- $40
4) New/Used?
-- New
5) Mechanical Problems
-- Cannot fire
6) Esthetic Problems
-- Trigger snaped in half.
7) Rounds Fired Between Failures
-- 1200
8) Changes to Internals
-- N/a
9) Resale Date and Value
-- April 2007, 55 Dollers.
10) Comments
-- The safety falls down when firing, this caused my trigger to break in half and prevent my gun from firing. Other than that, its good for CQB and has a large Mag capacity.
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Old April 13th, 2007, 16:12   #113
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UTG M87-SA (Spring, Clear verson.)

1) Make and Model
-- UTG M87-SA (Pistol grip).
2) Date Purchased
-- Febuary 2007
3) Cost
-- $45
4) New/Used?
-- New
5) Mechanical Problems
-- None, the pump can get jammed somtimes, when chambering more than 4 bb's at once.
6) Esthetic Problems
-- N/A
7) Rounds Fired Between Failures
-- N/a
8) Changes to Internals
-- N/a
9) Resale Date and Value
-- 80 dollers , april 2007
10) Comments
-- Other than being entirely made out of clear ABS plastic, it has a nice weight, Mag capacity, and it is extreamly accurate with the hop-up adjustment.

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Old April 13th, 2007, 16:16   #114
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Crosman Stinger Somthing. (In the shape of a Colt M1911A1)

1) Make and Model
-- Crosman Colt 1911
2) Date Purchased
-- March 2007
3) Cost
-- $45
4) New/Used?
-- New
5) Mechanical Problems
-- the Safety stopped functioning.
6) Esthetic Problems
-- the slide safety doesnt work, isnt Double action as it once was.
7) Rounds Fired Between Failures
-- 500
8) Changes to Internals
-- Tightened Barrel
9) Resale Date and Value
-- March 2007, 55 Dollers
10) Comments
-- its a nice little spring pistol, great for plinking. The accuracy isnt to great because of the lack of a Hop-Up. has some metal parts, but is mostly Clear ABS plastic.
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Old April 15th, 2007, 18:19   #115
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1) Make and Model
-- Walther P22, Crosman.
2) Date Purchased
-- March 2005
3) Cost
-- $40
4) New/Used?
-- New
5) Mechanical Problems
-- Loose trigger
6) Esthetic Problems
-- none
7) Rounds Fired Between Failures
-- still going strong
8) Changes to Internals
-- Stretched the spring a bit
9) Resale Date and Value
-- It won't be sold
10) Comments
-- Good little toy. It is a toy.
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Old April 15th, 2007, 18:23   #116
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1) Make and Model
-- TM MP5SD A5
2) Date Purchased
-- Feb. 2006
3) Cost
-- 200$
4) New/Used?
-- Used
5) Mechanical Problems
-- none
6) Esthetic Problems
-- Missing cocking handle and butt plate, silencer is loose
7) Rounds Fired Between Failures
-- Estimated 10 gazillion rounds have been through this thing, no problems
8) Changes to Internals
-- none
9) Resale Date and Value
-- Current value is 350-400 after new parts get here, will not be selling.
10) Comments
-- The oldest gun I have owned. Was used as a rental for AA for many years. I don't see it breaking ever. Proof that TM is number 1
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Old April 15th, 2007, 18:27   #117
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1) Make and Model
-- CA CA33
2) Date Purchased
-- Summer 2006
3) Cost
-- $550?
4) New/Used?
-- Used
5) Mechanical Problems
-- none
6) Esthetic Problems
-- none
7) Rounds Fired Between Failures
-- Eve must have shot it more then I did. Failed once. Had to reset the motor.
8) Changes to Internals
-- PDI 150%, systema silent piston head
9) Resale Date and Value
-- 800? (but that was with harris bipod, ris and extra stuff)
10) Comments
-- With a 9.6 battery (which fit very nicely) this thing purred. Weak spot where barrel meets receiver.
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Old April 15th, 2007, 18:35   #118
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1) Make and Model
-- ICS Ak74
2) Date Purchased
-- September 2006
3) Cost
-- $500
4) New/Used?
-- Used
5) Mechanical Problems
-- none, except when upgraded with new motor
6) Esthetic Problems
-- Butt plate would fall off when you weren't looking
7) Rounds Fired Between Failures
-- Lots of problems with the systema high rorque motor.
8) Changes to Internals
-- Many. Problems with systema motor only thou
9) Resale Date and Value
-- Dec. 06 500
10) Comments
-- Very nice gun. Fits into a camera case very nicely. (see picture) Side rail is not to spec. TM grips do not fit/require dremel.

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Old April 15th, 2007, 19:05   #119
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1) Make and Model
-- CM 028-S
2) Date Purchased
-- July 2006
3) Cost
-- $299
4) New/Used?
-- New
5) Mechanical Problems
-- Gearbox stopped working, repaired/fixed as of March 2007
6) Esthetic Problems
-- Folding Stock (Metal) Broke February 16th, 2008; luckily I have a full stock to replace it.
7) Rounds Fired Between Failures
-- Approx. 3000 rds before first failure, +3000 after fixed
8) Changes to Internals
-- New bushings, new bevel gear, and rewired/re-soddered wires.
9) Resale Date and Value
-- Selling it soon for $200 (gun, battery, full stock, tm receiver for full stock, 4 mags...)
10) Comments
-- Very nice gun, after it was fixed. Amazing wood grain, and esthetics. Added on a TM reciever and stock. Still a great gun, although rate of fire doesn't compare to Tokyo Marui guns, and fps is somewhat limited when firing heavier bb's (280fps with .20s, 200fps with .25s...)


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Old April 15th, 2007, 19:28   #120
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