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Hey guys, I'm Jay from New York and I'm a new member here. I'm also new into the airsoft world, I'm 20 now, so I spent the better part of my childhood playing with spring powered handguns and basic plastic rifles thinking they were the best thing in the world haha. I remember getting my first AEG AK-47 at 10 years old and being so ecstatic that I didn't have to :censored2: it each time, thing probably shot 200 fps at 8 rounds a second but to a 10 year old that was amazing. So 10 years later I'm learning about all the different types of guns and I've spent a good time doing research so I think I have pretty good understanding of most things. I have an AMG L96 I recently got on ebay for cheap that I wouldn't even consider my first major gun, and a spring powered 360fps M1911 I dug out of the attic. I want to be versatile between scouting with the L96 and actually being in the direct action. Definitely have been looking more towards GBB rifles than AEG's for now, just because of the uncertainty and quirks and necessities AEG's seem to have, as well as I like heavy, metal guns with blowback and at least SOME recoil. I'm trying to spend like $200 or less on a GBB, so any suggestions would be great. I know that doesn't leave many options so maybe even suggestions for a really good, versatile medium-short range AEG. Would probably spend about $150-$200 if I had to on a good AEG. Thanks for the help!
Hello, I'm Jay from New York, I recently started getting into airsoft and I definitely want to get into the competition side of this rather than just recreationally. The only equipment I have is an AMG L96 I won on an Ebay bid for $40 and hopes and dreams haha. I have been researching a lot and hope to get a nice GBB rifle rather than an AEG and start playing in some matches. Its nice to meet you guys and be a part of this community!
I've always had an interest in firefighting, and I especially love old fire apparatus, so for anybody who's into that sort of thing, here are a couple of old videos that I found. The first is an episode of a documentary series called Man Alive, titled "The Bronx is Burning". NOTE: Video contains some bad language. The second is a documentary produced by the Providence Fire Department, titled Code Red.