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Old December 28th, 2005, 19:51   #16
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so the is the F1 better
Dont worry, you have lots of time to do more research or go to a game with your parents to find out in person.

The guns are exactly the same inside where it counts.
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Old December 28th, 2005, 19:54   #17
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Personally, I like F1 better because the trigger guard does not look "laser-gunish". Moreover, it comes with bipod. So even though F1 is older model, I like it.
Do you own one? Have you seen one in person? Have you fired one or repaired one?
Are you basing a recommendation for an AEG purely on looks?
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Old December 28th, 2005, 22:12   #18
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Personally, I like F1 better because the trigger guard does not look "laser-gunish". Moreover, it comes with bipod. So even though F1 is older model, I like it.
Do you own one? Have you seen one in person? Have you fired one or repaired one?
Are you basing a recommendation for an AEG purely on looks?
No. Yes. Yes.
No for other AEGs, but in this case yes for F1 and SV.


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The guns are exactly the same inside where it counts.
Like you said, both F1 and SV are same inside, except for outside looks, which is the fact. And obviously, the main differences in looks between F1 and SV are the trigger guard, bipod, and outer barrel.
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Old December 28th, 2005, 23:22   #19
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Bob would know as well. First time I played airsoft I was walking backwards with my
SV as it was a patrol mission, bam I trip into a foxhole and break the magcatch.
Yeah, the FA-MAS may be a workhorse but there's not too many parts available, in case something breaks. In his case, the mag-catch...
For me, I'm trying to mill as many metal parts as possible to replace some of the weaker and un-replaceable parts, such as the cheekplate (Hop-Up cover), and the foregrip.
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Old December 29th, 2005, 07:07   #20
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The FAMAS, as is, works. But... it is one of the oldest Marui models, parts are rare, upgrades are rare.
If you want a gun that is totally dependable, pick a newer model with a V3 mechbox (or more recent than V3).
If you are skilled at building parts, go for it.
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