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HonestSoul3

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  1. Thankyou for a legit reply. It seems that everyone else on this forum just looked at the negatives about ICS. I swear if I were to ask about a VFC gun everyone on here would pont out whats wrong with it. I respect you for giving me a positive response and told me whats good about the gun. And a little of whats bad but hey atleast someone on here is helpful.
  2. I currently have a QD spring gearbox but you still have to take it out of the gun ti change it out. While with ICS you can not only change out springs but you can change the whole upper assembly if you have an extra. This not only is faster than a QD spring but it can make your gun ready for different field scenarios in a matter of seconds. The question isnt realty if I should get an ICS, but is more like what is the expense of geting an ICS? What I mean is how compatible is it with aftermarket external parts? And some internals at that. I would like to completly overhaul one but I don't know how compatible it is.
  3. Im assuming you don't have a reason behind that "no"?
  4. http://www.airsplat.com/items/ERM-JG-G36K-938.htm http://www.airsplat.com/items/ERM-JG-G36K-738.htm Im not jokeing. The JG G36 platform is a great reliable gun. I currently own the long one and have to say that they are great guns. I have used guns from a combat machine to the ics galil and I have to say that this gun can roll with the best. It may not have a crazy fire rate or shoot above 400 fps but I can say that its great for the price. You would expect a $150 gun to be God aweful but surprisingly its not. It is easy to disassemble, it is extremely low maintenance, and its easy to upgrade at that. The only and I mean only complaint I have with it is that the inner barrel dosent reach the end of the outer barrel unles you get a g36c. But on that barrel upgrades are extremly easy so why not replace it with a better longer one? Get a 400 or so mm barrel if you get the g36k or get a 500 or so mm barrel if you get the long version. All in all that is the only guns flaw. As soon as I opened the box on mine I had a new barrel ( that I bought separatly ) installed into the gun in under 30 minutes! And I had no prior experience with internals at all! So if your willing to spend an extra 30 or so dollars extra for an inner barrel this gun is great! Everything else you need is in the box with the gun except for a large quantity of bbs. But I would recomend a smart charger and a 9.6v battery. But thats not required. I hope this help you make a decesion. If you want to know more about the gun like the effective range or the guns mobility, feel free to message me. But if your not interested in a JG I can understand. Just don't wait untill their discontinued from airsplat to get one if you are interested. Karnage
  5. With what you have stated I think a g36 would be good for you. I personaly own one and can say that it is the most low maintenance gun that I have ever seen. But seeing as the g36 I own is a JG, it has been discontinued from most sites. But there are still other g36 manufactures out there. You named one. Echo1 mtc 1, 2, and 3. Not only is echo 1 a reliable company for price and performance, they also make the g36 rifle. But if you don't realy like the look of a g36 and an m4 mix there is another company I know of that makes a good g36 in your price range. Umarax makes a standard g36 rifle with a good price. The g36kv and the g36cv are both great guns do to their quick change spring system. That makes your gun able to run on any field by just changing out the spring to a lower ir higher power one. On that note im not sure if yiu have to take apart the gun to get to the spring. My JG sadly dosent have that feture. But I can assure you that the reason the g36 is so low maintenance is because its so easy to take apart. I can guaruntee that you could do it with no prior experience with the gun. You pop out 6 or 7 screws and the barrel assembly and the gearbox can be removed from the gun! Without all the complicated stock removing or receiver separation that an M4 will give you. So thats about it. If you have any other questions about the g36 series aeg feel free to message me. I hope this wordy reply helped :D
  6. Thanks. I made somewhat of a repost with a specific gun I found. I think it covers what I want to know about it pretty well too.
  7. Im thinking about geting an ICS full metal M4. But seeing as they cost about the same as other high end guns I ask myself is it worth it. The main reason im looking into one is due to the split gearbox design. The reason for that is because it would make the gun super easy to upgrade and work on. And on top of that I could make different upper gearbox assemblys to change out for different senarios. But seeing as there are little to no aftermarket receivers and the fact that you need an adapter to install aftermarket stocks I want to know if this gun will require me to put more money into external upgrades than I normally should. And is the gearbox being split as good as it sounds? What about hop ups? Does it take standard M4 hop ups? What about the barrel assembly? Is it TM compatible? I have so many questions about the gun. Please help me make this decesion. In addition. I currently have a QD spring gearbox but you still have to take it out of the gun to change it out. While with ICS you can not only change out springs but you can change the whole upper assembly if you have an extra. This not only is faster than a QD spring but it can make your gun ready for different field scenarios in a matter of seconds. The question isnt realty if I should get an ICS, but is more like what is the expense of geting an ICS? What I mean is how compatible is it with aftermarket external parts? And some internals at that. I would like to completly overhaul one but I don't know how compatible it is.
  8. $400 price range! What should I buy? Im saving up arround thst much for airsoft when I get a job and was wondering what you would recomend? I want more than a gun though. I want a good bit of mags and a battery or two. Maby even a sight if I can fit one in there. I want an AEG with an assault or marksman role. What do you recomend I get?
  9. So seeing as matrix is unpredictable what parts should I go with?
  10. http://www.evike.com/product_info.php?cPat...oducts_id=38106 Thats the cheapest outer barrel set I have found. But it is a one piece barrel and the front post sight is removable. As for the flash hider I don't know. http://www.evike.com/product_info.php?cPat...oducts_id=38419 As for a RIS this is my personal prefrence but its affordable and it has a flip uf front sight so you wont have to buy one. You will have to remove the post sight to install this though. But with the G&P barrel you can do that. I hope this helps :)
  11. I have the same exact gun and thst front assembly is nothing but trouble. You cant remove the ris without removing the barrel. Those two hex screws inside the holes in the ris remove the barrel. But ofcourse for some unknown reason that isnt whats holding the barrel there. You have to remove the screws on the top and bottom of the ris before the barrel will come out. But once the barrel is out you notic that its a two piece barrel. And that the grey base of the barrel is still in the gun. So remove the ris along with the barrel and you will see that there is some ring holding that grey piece in place. Remove the hex screws in it and twist it off. (May require force of a hammer) then you can remove the ring the grey part and the post that holds the ris on. After all that you find that the gun is compatible with standard M4/M16 barrels and ris. I would highly recomend buying a standard outer barrel and a free float RIS with a gas block or a front sight that ataches to the outer barrel. I also believe that this would be the best way to install that extension seeing as how hard the flash hider is to get off. Sorry that was wordy but I hope it helps you dissasemble your barrel assembly. :)
  12. Try zeroing it in at the about range you plan on using it. Be sure to adjust your hopup with your sight as well. Do this and you should be good as long as you don't try to take it to field games. If you did that you would have to re zero it for field.
  13. The broken clip has been trashed. Im not even sure that its part of the problem though. I tried the rubber band though. It worked but it moved too much so thats why I replaced it with a firm spring. But both times the feeding was the same. Prehaps I put the barrel and hopup together wrong...
  14. The title says it all. My JG G36 isn't feeding properly and I don't know why. After rigging the broken hopup to work I beleive I did something wrong. The barrel lock on the hopup broke in half and thar being what holds the wheel that adjusts the hopup in place it was either me get a new hop up or jurry rig it. I used an old M4/M16 hopup barrel lock and sanded it down so it would fit. But since the M4s barrel lock didnt have nubs poking out of it to hold the adjustment wheel in place I put a spring arround the front of the hop up to hold it in place. Not only should this have fixed the hopup but it would have decresed the force on the gear box and provide a beter air seal between the gearbox and the hopup. So why is it only shooting every other ir every third shot. Was my method of repair a bad one. And if so what did I do wrong?
  15. So what about the parts I just listed. Pretty much everything is aluminum accept the piston and gears. How do you know which are good and which arent?
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