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mrquackbunny

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  1. I wouldn't recommend a WELL, they're generally not known for good quality. Look at CYMAs, JGs, Echo 1s, and G&Gs, they make decent to good quality airsoft products for low prices. You should also try buying used. Airsoft guns have terrible resale value so you can find a lot of good stuff for really cheap if you look around for used stuff here or even eBay and craigslist.


  2. WELLs and JGs are as good as you'll get for your price range in terms of Skorpions. I strongly doubt it gets 200ft though, I never tested the range of my JG Skorpion but I'd assume its a lot less than that. They're fun to play with though, if you're playing CQB like you should with these guys then the range and fps won't matter, they've got a good trigger response and ROF with the provided 7.2 battery. I believe mine chrono'd around 260-270 fps with .2s.


  3. The Umarex is going to be much more expensive unless you are referring to the galaxy MP7. Umarex makes the gas model where as TM makes the AEP model. If you wan to spend more the TM is most definitely the best value.

    WELL makes UMAREX's MP7.

     

    They use the same gearbox with very similar materials and tolerances, so they will perform very similarly. I would choose the MP7 because of the availability of magazines and accessibility of holstering options.


  4. I like MOLLE, because when I sell my gun for a new gun, I can just buy new pouches rather than a new vest if the mags are different. I also only have pouches I want/need. You also have control of where the pouches go and what feels more ergonomically good to how you play.


  5. probably put 600 dollars into the gun :a-shocked: ASKING $350

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    No ones gonna comment on that? Am I missing something?

     

    To become an authorized seller, put your stuff on SOA, then PM admin. Or you can pay a fee.


  6. Condor gear is fine for airsoft. If you think you will be putting your gear through a lot of wear you can get Pantac/Flyye gear for 20-40 dollars more. Also, real gear is a good option, you know it will never break on you. Tactical Tailor, HSGI, Eagle Industries, etc. are some examples of real gear brands you can look into. Buying used gear can save you a lot of money too, so look into that if you're comfortable buying used.


  7. Ya I went on Evike, and the +2 mag special was "out of stock".

     

    So I went over to ASGI, and got the gun MP5 w retract stock, for 101.75 shipped. Ive already got mags, so no biggie.

    http://www.airsoftpost.com/product_info.ph...oducts_id=33011

    the dollar special has been out of stock for a while, I guess they were losing a lot of money or something. It's been this 5 dollar deal for a while now. Wheres that MP5 for 101.75 shipped? sounds like a good deal for a loaner/backup/resale aeg.


  8. Well, seems KWA and whoever else wants to mark up their stuff with proper licensing are going to be the only ones with H&K stuff now.

     

    Evike's got great deals with the remaining ECHO 1 MP5s though, plus their +2 cheap holy cow mag special.


  9. Also, is there a big difference between 8.4 and 9.6v batteries? I assume not, as most m4s can only use 8.4s.

    Who told you this? You can put a 9.6v in most M4s, you just have to have the correct cell configuration. The 8.4v that comes with the AEG is more of a "testing" battery, you miss out on a lot of your AEG's potential using 8.4v batteries.

     

    I believe the M14 would be the best choice, it looks to be a CYMA rebrand and CYMA M14s are very good.


  10. Either game can be as cheap as you want it to be. But, airsoft can be a lot cheaper. I usually use a JG/Cybergun SIG 552 that I got for 60$ used, shipped. Then I found 4 mags for 25$ shipped(2 mag mids 2 tm lows, and kapowwe has 3 hi caps for 20$). Then 10-20$ a day to get on a field. and a 15$ bag of BBs that lasts 2-3 visits to my local field.


  11. LOL. For a second here I thought it was Namloot as well.

     

    That guy has some high standards and I was shocked. But uh, yeah. Matrix BBs aren't that high-quality. They're good enough to go through without a problem in many setups, but in terms of accuracy and consistency they're about average quality.

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