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Juzh

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  1. Just to add a bit regarding KA. Full metal rifles have metal hop up units and working bolt catch. Gearbox internalls are the same for all of them. I personally own a nylon fibre version with a plastic hop up and non-working bolt catch and it's working just fine on cheap 11.1v 15c <AT> 21rps. External quality is simply unmatched by any other aeg in this price range (it's on par with stuff like vfc and g&p). However... this gun will get outperformed on range, accuracy and power by a a lot of other stock guns. I am talking from what I've seen on my field. A crap A&K m4 cqb with 30k rounds trough it is more accurate and has noticable more range. Same goes for cyma ak-47 cm-042a. Maybe it's just mine gun that's acting up, but that's my experience so far. KA gearboxes come with a non-ported cylinder which is an overkill for a 363mm m4 barrel. Replacing it with a ported one for 10$ will most likely solve power (and range with it) issues. I think despite all this, it is still the gun to buy, externals are just too good to overlook and you can always upgrade internalls for cheap money.
  2. Yeah I agree. Just wanted to give some alternatives. G&P is indeed better for that kind of budget.
  3. While I will not argue that G&P is surely a better gun OOB, I can dispute pretty much all your claims regarding KA. I've seen new guns having hop up drift OOB. I know it's not common but still good to know imo. Its a cheap 15c battery, nothing to hold your breath for. A good 20c one with deans will push 25+ easily. Stock gears are 18:1 on KA and 16:1 on G&P so that also makes a difference. Correct me if I'm wrong. Motor might indeed not be the best there is, but it does the job and does not heat up if you're not dumping hi-caps. True, some people do like higher power nontheless. Irrelevant if your upgrading anyway, so this statement holds no ground. KA can be brought up to 400+ for less than 20$. Last but not least, G&P is 100$+ more expensive, which is a lot of money that could be spent on tweaking the gun to your liking. Guess it comes down to personal preference and resources you're willing to spend. I don't have anything against G&P and I'm simply offering an alternative to what some people already recommended.
  4. king arms colt m4a1 full metal (ka-ag-20). Excelent externals with metal lower & upper for a very good price so you'll have plenty left to buy a ris system. Working bolt catch and metal hop up with zero drift (nylon version has neither). Has engraved markings so they don't wear off. 100% tm compatible, unlike G&G or ics. stock shoots 21rps on 11.1 15c. Power is kinda limited OOB (sub 350) but that'a nothing to worry about if you're planing to upgrade as you'll be left with loads of money left. Can easily shoot 400+ with a bit of compression work and ported cylinder without replacing the spring. Do consider this gun as well. edit. There's also a RIS version which is identical internally but has pre-installed RIS. Look for KA-AG-99.
  5. +1 Friend's tm hi-capa 5.1 is still going strong after 5 years.
  6. king arms m4a1 ultra grade is better than both of these combined.
  7. I've said it before and I'll say it again. You should also consider King Arms m4a1 full metal (ka-ag-20) or nylon reciever version (ka-ag-63). They're the same internally regarding GB but do have some differences. Nylon comes with a plastic hop up and no bolt catch, while metal one comes with metal hop up and working bolt catch. I'm currently trying to destroy mine with an 11.1v 15c (all stock, 21rps) but had no succses after 10k bbs so far. I do feel like those guns are overlooked on this forum but really can't see a reason why. The externals are very solid, the gun is accurate, can handle a lipo very well, and is one of the most upgrade friendly rifles. The only drawback would be its realitively low power at sub 350 (dunno why all the online tests come at 390+, maybe the european version has weaker spring, much like canadian has stronger), but that can be easily and cheaply rectified. You really cant go wrong with it. And its cheaper than an ICS.
  8. You should also consider King Arms m4a1 full metal (ka-ag-20) or nylon reciever version (ka-ag-63). They're the same internally regarding GB but do have some differences. Nylon comes with a plastic hop up and no bolt catch, while metal one comes with metal hop up and working bolt catch. I'm currently trying to destroy mine with an 11.1v 15c (all stock, 21rps) but had no succses after 10k bbs so far. I do feel like those guns are overlooked on this forum but really can't see a reason why. The externals are very solid, the gun is accurate, can handle a lipo very well, and is one of the most upgrade friendly rifles. The only drawback would be its realitively low power at sub 350 (dunno why all the online tests come at 390+, maybe the european version has weaker spring, much like canadian has stronger), but that can be easily and cheaply rectified. You really cant go wrong with it. And its cheaper than an ICS.
  9. king arms colt m4a1 ultra grade (ka ag 63) is ideal for you if you're willing to go a bit over your budget http://www.evike.com/product_info.php?products_id=35201
  10. Maybe you should also consider King Arms colt m4a1 ultra grade (KA-AG-63). It is part metal, part nylon fiber but people will swear it's an all metal gun by the looks of it. It's not amongst the most powerfull (mine was chronoed at 350fps new) but is shooting lasers with 0.25s out of the box. It basicaly has only 2 drawbacks as it uses a plastic hop up unit and plastic spring guide. That said, I am intentionaly trying to break it with a 11.1v lipo and after ~12000 rounds the gun still works flawlessly. One more good thing is that you can easily up your fps by at least 30 in this gun by replacing the stock non-ported cylinder with a ported one with no risk of cracking your GB shell.
  11. old JG g36c nozzle new nozzle shs nozzle Aug nozzle is to short as well for the older JG's, tryed it myself and got 330fps with sp130. Best solution is to buy scar-l nozzle and trim it down to the correct length.
  12. Old JG g36c' were indestructible indeed. Their only major drawback was a compression.
  13. If you mean this one I'd say that's a bit of an overkill for 247mm barrel. You want something like this
  14. I own an old (5 years) JG G36c with some upgrades. Guarder SP130, SHS high torque motor (while it can surely pull sp130 no problems, I do not recommend it as it gets REALLY hot on any build if you do a mag dump), guarder cylinder & piston head and guarder bucking. I still run some cheap plastic spring guide (lol) and stock ported cylinder which will need replacing ASAP. Also above mentioned gears and piston. I'm more of an FPS guy so ROF is not that important to me. Still on 11.1v lipo I get misfeeds on hi-caps so I'd guess its still more than 20rps.
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