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About terrythecomputerguy

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  1. You mentioned in your preveous post that the Airsoft industry is very inconsistent and QC is poor. My question about about parts availablity is more in regard to replacement parts not upgrades. I just want to keep stuff running if something breaks. I couple more questions if you don't mind. I assume a V2 Mechbox is as close to an induistry standard as you get in airsoft? Is it worth it to run a MOSFET? (Yes I know what a MOSFET is 🙂 My undertstanding is that they are used in AEGs to take the electrical load off the microswitch in the trigger assembally to allow for higher voltage battery packs and promote longer life of parts. Any raccomendations for a Glock 17 replica? Do you just sell through the forum or do you have a website I could look at? Thanks for all your time.
  2. Hi Guges, Thanks for the feedback. In answer to your pistol question, If I had my druthers I would get a Smith and wesson M&P replica. I own a M&P40 and it would be nice to not have to buy new holsters. 🙂 That being said a gock 17 or 19 would be fine, its a very simaler platform. I also Like the Sig P226. The E&C AEG you posted looks sweet. a couple additional questions: Does it have a rotar hop up adjustment and is that a big deal? Are parts reddaly available? Is this a metal or polymer receiver? GAS: I'm pleased to hear that green gas isn't nessasary. But from some of your other posts it is my understanding that propain and butain run better at lower ambiant tempratures like 70F or below. If not CO2 what would you run at higher temps? What about target practice in doors? Thanks again.
  3. Hello, This is my first post to the forum! I'm very new to airsoft but I have a lot of experience with real firearms and hunting. There is a local club not far from me that does post-apocalyptic themed Airsoft events every month. I just want to walk around with a few friends, shoot each-other and get in the occasional firefight. After watching a lot of YT videos and buying guides and I have a loose idea of what features I want in an Airsoft replica. Brands and vendors preferences seem very subjective. The same is true in the firearms industry. I want to get kit together composed of a rifle and pistol. Based on what I’ve leaned so far, the best bang for the buck seems to be an AEG M4/16 variant and some kind of semi-auto GBB pistol. (If I’m wrong please tell me.) Budget: I’d like to keep the price around $500 for both guns with the understanding I’m looking at another $200 or so for, batteries, goggles, ammo and spare parts. I’m basically looking for the Honda Civics of airsoft guns. The reliable, possibly boring, “your sick of seeing them, but God they run great” type of setup. Things I care about: Accuracy Easy maintenance Metal internal parts Metal body is nice to have but not required Available replacement parts Quick change spring Upgrade path to MOSFET and LIpo Low cost of operation (Is this going to start a CO2 VS Green Gas holy war?) Anything else I “should” care about? Things I don’t care about: Color Brand-name for a status point of view Weight, (I have experience with real AR15s so realistic weight doesn’t bother me) Barrel length, longer is better IMO but from my understand it doesn’t affect accuracy as much as you might think? Weaver/picatinny Rails, MLOK key-Mod Extra sights or scopes, Irons are fine. I’ve head G&G and CYBERGUN make decent AEGs but Lancer has a quick change spring. For pistols ELITE FORCE seems to be a good name with the 1911 and the HK UPS being better models. Any and all advice would be appreciated. Thanks!
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