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Greetings dear airsoft community, I am new to this forum, so very quick introductions, I am 25 and just starting airsoft. As condensed as possible: My interest is not oriented around making a realistic gun. It is to optimize ones mechanics and take advantage of it's design. I know of the existence of the holy grail guide, and a lot of the info there is taken into consideration. We all know the advantages of bullpups. The Styre A1 has approximately 510mm inner barrel which to my knowledge is awesomely long. The AU3G / AUG A3 is made of very good plastic. The AU4G has a full metal RIS. The UAR is also under consideration. What I want to build is a DMR which; - is pinpoint precise up to a minimum of 100 meters. - shoots at a consistent FPS (+-3). - shoots at as high FPS as mechanically possible. - is electric (which is to say not GBB or HP). I seek any and all advise. May I consider a 190 spring with great internals ? Different bullpup manufacturers have different inner barrel lengths for the same model which is puzzling. I have other questions too, but let's get a discussion flowing first :) Thank you for your time.
Selling a G&G f2000 I got in a trade a while ago, and as I have gotten into CQB no longer want it. Features: Tan model Scoped version DMR-length tbb Machined aluminum rail Pardon the Image link, but here: https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipOqHrCnqzKpHJyxHJ4el7mvPOiAbOilV1EIJ86wFfjHu1pel8zSOVyIBSIkGYc_nQ?key=UE05S3ZadHpJbHpjM1RwRDd5TTJWcHgzZnVHekJn
As the title implies I am looking for the best bullpup airsoft gun I can turn into a DMR. I've been doing quite a bit of research, and I started off interested in the L85A2 from ICS, but then I found out about the APS UAR V2 and that caught my eye a lot more. Now I know there are a lot more bullpups out there like the FN2000, FAMAS, L85/L86, P90, etc. I am open to more suggestions on what I should get, but here is what I desire out of it to help narrow the list down. I want an it to be upgradable to the DMR I desire and I have a general idea of what upgrades I need ( look below), also I do not want the gun to cost more then about $400 unless I will not that many upgrades, I desire a reliable manufacturer who does not make products that only last a couple of years I plan to take good care of it and I want it to last as long as I take care of it, I also would like replacement parts to be easy to find and not costing an arm and leg. (If you want to know generaly idea specs I would like about 80 meter or more 8"*11" hit ability so about torso or head size that I can easily do without having to aim above the torso 25 feet, rate of fire does not have to be impressive only as fast as I can pull the trigger since I will be sniper and the only reason I would be shooting a lot at once is cover fire, and the fps does not have to be killer just enough so that person feels it and that I don't have to lead by 10 feet for how slow the BB travels. If any of these are to unrealistic please inform me and explain what more realistic goals can be achieved by.) Sorry for the long detailed and probably boring information, but in short if anybody can help with good recommendations on what bullpup airsoft gun I can get and upgrade into a DMR then it will be much appreciated.
So I'm looking to get a bullpup weapon to use as a sort of DMR, but I'm just looking for one that's pretty accurate. I do plan on upgrading in the future but until then I'll use it as a normal assault rifle.] My budget is $300. I also want there to be a sort of realism to it, since most DMR's are 7.62 caliber, or around there, I would want it to be a weapon of that caliber. (I know it doesn't matter in airsoft) I was thinking maybe and SVU? I'm not sure. Thanks.