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Hardest Shooting Spring Gun


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#1 Freeballer

Freeballer

Posted 16 April 2006 - 09:00 PM

me an my friends play surrender which is you get shot till you surrender and I was wondering was the hardest shooting spring gun out there?
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#2 Staples

Staples

Posted 16 April 2006 - 09:10 PM

UTG M87 shoots pretty hard for a springer. I dunno if its the hardest though.
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#3 Psycho Evangelion

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  • Location:Cupertino, CA
  • Interests:airsoft, cars, computers

Posted 16 April 2006 - 10:59 PM

price range?

probably an upgraded bolt action sniper rifle.
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#4 Staples

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Posted 16 April 2006 - 11:07 PM

Well obviously that would be, but it seems like his price range isn't that high.
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#5 mister miles

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  • Location:michigan
  • Interests:airsoft laccrose soccer b ball cars anything that invloves some sort of pain. Pm me if you have any questions on the basic springers...Uhc mp5 utg shotgun dpms ar-15 ETC.

Posted 17 April 2006 - 07:22 AM

Toystar Sr-16 (all the other m4 series), Maruzen shottie and the VSR series for 100-200$ UTG shotguns, UHC mp5, HFC Bullpup and HFC mp5 (maybe UTG mp5 never fired) for 0-50$. My best suggestion would be a Toystar Sr-16 or a UHC mp5.
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#6 sniperelite74

sniperelite74
  • Gender:Male

Posted 17 April 2006 - 07:46 AM

well if you wanna spend like 150$ you could just get a gas gun that way it shoots hard but your going to hit them multiple times but the best thing would be to get a sniper rifle it would also be intimidating wich would help with your type of play and the way I see it you have to get close to make them surrende so if you end up not getting a sniper or a gas(wich are both over 100$) you should probably use .12g bbs becasue you have to get close to make them surrender so accuracy shouoldnt be key
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#7 RestLess

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  • Location:Southern N.H.
  • Interests:Guitar/Music<br />Airsoft<br />Early Tite Bros.

Posted 17 April 2006 - 11:13 AM

A good Maruzen is only $100-ish.
Shooting over 300fps with a .2

Well made and reliable.
The Charger models have an adjustable hop unit as well.

They are almost too nice to be called springers.

...but, this "game" sound retarded and can only add to the negative image
of Airsoft.
Not to mention, if FPS was your ultimate goal,
"springers" would not be the way to go.
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#8 Satanicsanta090

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  • Location:Northern VA, Fairfax County
  • Interests:Snowblade, percussion, paintball, airsoft, fishing, mountain biking, most fun stuff

Posted 18 April 2006 - 02:02 PM

TM shotties. they intimidate way more than snipers at close range too....having a rifle just makes them wanna charge u......

Other than that, the maruzen shotguns shoot hard too
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