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  • Airsoft Replicas Owned
    G and G m4 combat machine, JG M4 S-System, Cyma MK5, KWA Mark II PTP
  1. Definitely suggest going with the G and G as they are very good quality yet cheaply priced guns. I did the same exact thing as you and now it is my favorite primary. It can get a very nice ROF and the accuracy is astounding with a 6.03 mad bull tight-bore. I hope this helps and good luck
  2. The Cyma m14 are very good, however if you are concerned with the length if you are every interested in getting into medium to short range, I would recommend an Air soft GI custom G4 series. These are low priced, custom G and G combat machines that have a great RoF as well as great accuracy that would be able to compete in even woodland environments. I hope this helps. Link to Air Soft GI custom- http://www.g4airsoft.com/index.php
  3. Pretty much any type of mag you can find that is labelled "Mid cap Magazine" will hold anywhere from 30-120 bb's without the need for winding. However, I am the owner of a JG M4 S-System as well and I have to warn you that MagPul magazines do not fit in the mag well very nicely, and you might experience some feeding issues. Just remember that after you are done using your mid cap magazines to make sure that all the bb's are out of it otherwise you could run the risk of losing spring pressure. I would recommend watching a YouTube video on mid cap magazine upkeep to assure that they last you a long time. I hope this helps. Here is a link to some 130 round mid cap magazines that should work great with your gun- http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?...products_id=259
  4. As a personal owner of a JG M4 S-System, I can tell you that it is great for a beginner to have fun with and use in games, as it has a high fps, decent ROF and, and fair accuracy. However, if you begin to start growing as an air softer, or if you are already there, you will know that fps is not everything. When going to my gun to add some upgrades for it, I was frustrated. Many parts are not compatible with after market parts. This is because the S-system has many proprietary pieces in it ranging from the hope up, to the actual upper and lower receiver itself. Stock, the gun is decent, although as mentioned before, it is quite front heavy with the large rail system, and without a crane stock, the gun looks and feels way off balance. This makes it a decent gun for beginners but if you are looking at something that you see yourself upgrading in the near future, I would recommend another gun and brand such as the G and G m4 combat machines as they provide a very cheap, yet rugged platform for upgrading an M4. Hope this helps. Link to combat machine- http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?products_id=4587
  5. OK yes it does seem to be missing that so do you know of a way I could fix it or where I could possibly order a replacement?
  6. I own a CYMA MK5 and because it is a CQB weapon, I would like to get that extra rate of fire with a Lipo battery. So I was wondering if the stock gearbox would hold up to it or would I need to make immediate upgrades to assure that it doesn't break too quickly. I realize that it will eventually wear it down and I will need to replace parts, I just don't want it to crap out immediately when I hook it up. Thanks
  7. I recently received the King Arms Gas Blow-Back M4 and the first few days with it I had no problems. This is my first GBB rifle so I'm not sure if this is an obvious problem and if it is I am very sorry for wasting your time, but I've got to learn sometime anyways. So here is the problem. After loading the magazines and filling them with gas, I put it into the rifle, pull on the charging handle, and then it will fire a shot, and a BB will shoot. However, if I pull the trigger again after that, it will fire and gas will be released and the Bolt will move, but it will not fire any BB's. I have two different magazines so I'm fairly certain that is not the problem and if you guys have any advice it would be greatly appreciated. Once again this is my first attempt in GBBR's so I apologize if this is an obvious problem. Thanks for all of your help.
  8. Shot Show 2012 is just coming to a close and there were many great new guns that are set to be released in the first quarter of this year. so I would save your money and get ready for when all of those new releases come out.
  9. I would try getting some new bb's that specifically say seamless and professional grade. If it is still jamming after that, then it is most likely a problem with the hop-up unit and either take it apart and re-install it. If that still doesn't work, then it might be necessary to buy a new hop-up unit. Sorry for your bad luck but I hope this helps.
  10. I own a CYMA Mk5 and have had it for about 2 years now and so far I have been very impressed with its durability. It has been shooting a consistent speed and as far as I can tell, the gearbox is holding up quite nicely. I would recommend them due to the fact that they are fairly cheap and they provide an excellent base for upgrades and other projects. They are great for beginners and veterans alike.
  11. Normally, if it is just a standard M4 hand guard, you should be able to pull back on the delta ring, then lift the two halves of the hand guard off. If it is a rail system, most of the time those screw on so I would try that as well. If all else fails, I would say do your best to take it apart down as far as you can get it, and from there things seem to get much easier to understand and you are able to to see what the problem is. In addition, most M4 barrels have a very small hex screw on the bottom of the barrel that keeps it securely in place and you would want to check and make sure that it hasn't gotten lose. On the other hand, if you have the hand guard completely off, this is the last thing you need to remove to be able to take the outer barrel apart from the body of the gun, and from there you should most likely be able to figure out what is causing it be loose and stuck. I hope this helps and good luck
  12. I would recommend getting a new hop-up bucking and re-assembling the whole hop-up unit as that could be leading to a bad airflow, and if that fails, then I would recommend getting a new spring as it sounds like the one that you currently have seems to have loosened up. fortunately, springs are quite cheap and fairly easy to install if you are able to take apart a gearbox and but it back together without breaking it. Good luck
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