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Old February 22nd, 2018, 11:24   #1
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I need help...

Greetings everyone . I'm new to the forum and also airsoft...a complete noob on the matter in fact.
Mind y'all , I'm an old dog when it comes to firearms.
I'd like to get an airsoft rifle to accommodate my family of guns.
My problem is which one and there are so many out there..
So , I need info and personal thoughts on whatever is out there and learn abit about whats what.
What my pipe dream is an

- All metal
- semi / tri-burst / full auto ( the additional tri-burst mode preferred )
- AEG (only)

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Old February 22nd, 2018, 20:53   #2
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If you like AK's, you can look into LCT or CYMA. Cyma has cheaper externals, but theyre also cheaper... cyma would be pot metal everything with wood or polymer stock depending on the model, while LCT uses stamped steel. E&L also makes AK, but there are mixed reviews...

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Old February 23rd, 2018, 22:32   #3
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I've spent money on a lot of different guns over the years. CYMA, A&K, Ares, etc. This past year I decided to pick up a standard VFC M4, no bells or whistles just a regular gun. The thing is great, externally and internally. If you aren't too keen on shelling out lots of money for a fancy gun I'd recommend the VFC M4. It is a very high quality build but you save money because it is just a regular M4. Price tag is round $350-$400 depending where you buy.
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Old February 24th, 2018, 02:10   #4
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If you want something with semi/burst/auto your options are pretty limited. Off the top of my head you have a couple of options.

- VFC MP5 semi/3-round burst/auto.
- ASG Scorpion semi/3-round/auto.

Alternatively, you can install a programmable MOSFET in an AEG of your choosing to gain a burst mode, but you'll have to pick either semi or auto to replace with it.

If you narrow it to a specific platform (AK M4 MP5 etc.) it would help you a lot.

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Old February 24th, 2018, 06:22   #5
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Went into hero and messed around with the new G&G “G2” rifles. 100% the best stock AEG I have ever heard. It’s immaculate. Seems like right now it’s the only model with that system but I think when they start pushing out more of their other bodies with this system, it’s jusy gonna blow everything out of the water.

On that note

Any G&G with their E.T.U. Trigger System can be programmed to shoot 3 rd bursts just buy pulling the trigger on semi and holding for 10 seconds.

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Old February 24th, 2018, 12:01   #6
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Thx guy's !
Your reply's are appreciated I said , I'm a completed noob at airsoft and I'm slowly learning.
Being able to "program" a gun is pretty StarTrekkie for this ol'dog..lmao

I've been searching a lot and I did come across the ASG Scorpion which is at the top of the wish list but then G&G has some totally freaky guns which have got me to second guess ...everything...not to mention a staggering amount of manufacturer's. ICS is another one which has me question everything
I'm not totally bound to my "pipe dream " rifle specs... and no wonder..
I wont be into any gaming , but rather , tactical sport shooting is more my thing
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