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Everything posted by Ursu

  1. Although, if we were speaking multiplayer... that's a whole other deal. Being able to upgrade your internals so that the bb has a straighter and longer path and applying tactics with your friends in a mil-sim type of game could lead to different outcomes to a game.
  2. I don't think it would be a good idea, because there would be nothing spectacular about it. We already have Arma, CoD, Battlefield, Destiny and so on and a game about touching someone with a plastic pellet won't catch to the public. Upgrading your skills or appearances can already be done in other games. There can't be any explosions or blood or plot twists in such a virtual game. I just can't see what it can bring new.
  3. My worst airsoft experience was this last Saturday, when one of the players, an ex-con, took out a big knife threatening to gut us all because he received a burst of 5 BBs from a 96 m/s replica from a distance of 5 meters. This is the second time it's happening and we're in discussions of removing him from our games.
  4. Depends what you play more. I would say get the CQB version and when you play field, just drop an extended barrel with a mock suppressor.
  5. Why don't you get a woodland plate carrier? Since your BDU is woodland too.
  6. Good job, Random Trashy! I found out about you by watching this Monday Airsoftology Q&A and after that Mil-Sim Introduction video I subscribed to your channel. I am still watching that 5 videos playlist, although I attended numerous mil-sim events in my 5 year airsofting career. Keep up the good work!
  7. CYMA M4s are not so good. Specna Arms make M4s just as good as G&G. They have quality internals and solid externals. Just so you know, Specna externals are compatible with the real deal parts.
  8. If you have a cage stile flash hider then you can mount a QD suppresor. Otherwise you could go to a blacksmith and ask there to make a thread on your barrel.
  9. In short: VAL. Until E&L arrived on the airsoft market, LCT made the best russian replicas. Still does some of them.
  10. Have you tried talking to Evike and see if they can import those guns? Usually, companies have more leverage than individuals. That's how I do in Romania if I can't find something.
  11. Keep going to bed early and your body will get used to it. Remember, sleeping more with 1-2 days before an event is not enough.
  12. CYMA. Any model over 040. JG is pretty much the same, but under CYMA.
  13. E&L. Definitely. Or, if you want the same external parts but only less quality internals, buy Force Core.
  14. First of all, get more sleep. 9-10 hours per night. That means going to bed at 21-22 and getting up at 7. Second, drink a lot of fluids. At least 2 liters/day. Water, sports drinks, natural juice, tea etc. Third, while you're doing effort, eat protein bars that have more than 15g/bar and drink isotonic drinks. Always cover your head. Sun can be an enemy and you can make a heat-stroke.
  15. My kit that I'm running right now (Navy Seals Team Six - DEVGRU): -airsoft mask -tactical glasses -FAST helmet AOR2 -AOR2 combat shirt -AOR1 combat pants -Mechanix OD gloves -tan knee pads -OD elbow pads -tan Viper boots -tan safety lanyard for pistol -OD shemagh around the neck -LBT plate carrier OD -OD admin pouch -2 OD pouches for M249 mags -2 tan pouches for P226 mags -OD utility pouch -OD bottle pouch or OD Camelback -tan big folding dump pouch -tan battle belt -Baofeng UV5R with Code Read bone conduction headset -VIP light -red light -IR patch with USA/Romania -patch with name -patch with team -M249 para with Elcan scope, vertical grip, tactical flashlight and tracer -P226 with Fobus holster -plastic bayonet
  16. I don't think Code Red is a rebrand. First of all, if they were copying someone else, their products would have similar prices. And from what I read on their website, they develop their own products. Plus, if it was a rebrand, I don't think Airsoftology would rename one of their trademarks as "Code Read Headsets Video of the Week".
  17. Something heavier than .3g. I use .3 for my AUG DMR at 127 m/s. You should use .32 - .36 g. The heavier, the better.
  18. Yeah, I know. I own a CYMA Bizon for a month and I can't find any mag pouch to fit them. But otherwise it's pretty solid and reliable. I don't know about hi-caps because I use only 200 BBs mid-caps.
  19. <AT>OP: For a start, use white BBs until you get comfortable with your rifle. Next, use grey or brown. I never recommend black. Regarding the weight, since you use a sniper rifle, use something heavier, over .3g. Heck, I use .28g for my assault rifle at 130 m/s. As for the producer of the BBs, buy something as high as your budget affords. Quality really makes the difference.
  20. <AT>OP: I believe your problem is the motor height. You have a screw in the pistol grip to adjust it.
  21. Oh, really? So trigger response doesn't matter anymore? I guess transferring the electricity from the battery to the motor and contacts in the fastest and on the least resistant path is a bed-time story. Or shimming, AoE, compression, things like that. Bushings have bigger friction, that's why they're used in torque setups. My guess is he's not gonna use a high-speed setup in woodland warfare. That said, I wouldn't want getting hit with 25 BBs/sec in 10 meters from a 140 m/s gun. If he has good compression, he can obtain 110 m/s from a 100 m/s spring.
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