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Price Range: $100-$300 Type of Gun: preferably CO2 (availability wise), electric and spring will do Preferred Gun Models: m9 etc. (any pistol with a functioning -internal or external- hammer for single action) Role: trigger and accuracy practice for live firearms (specifically 9mm pistol). I need an airsoft (6mm) or airgun (4,5 mm) pistol that’s for low rate of fire, off-hand practice shooting. I “primarily” need a very realistic trigger, blowback isn’t necessary since I don’t mind cocking the hammer every single time and I don’t care about recoil, but it should eventually be capable of single action. Secondary feature would be accuracy downrange, therefore decent fps wouldn’t hurt, for the same purpose. Tertiary, realistic weight and ruggedness, preferably full metal. Thanks in advance for your time and knowledge.
I have a JG MP5 RAS (Full Metal) that I paid $185 for, I'd like to do a trade for an assault rifle, preferably full metal, BUT I can settle for a Polymer. If interested, please message me or reply here with what you have for trade. Requirements: Must be in working condition. Must be of equal value or less. No lower than 370FPS. No broken parts. Must be located within USA. 1-2 extra mags if available, but not required. AEG or GBB If gun value is lower than mine, please include a battery pack & any accessories you wish to throw in. I am paying to ship to you, so you must pay to ship to me. Not Required: Optics Accessories Specs: Chrono at 370-380 on average Range is further than site claimed Full Metal construction 14mm CCW threading 200rd High Cap Mag What's missing? Fore Grip (Was crappy anyway) No battery or charger, both crapped out A couple things missing here and there, but nothing major. If anyone is interested, please feel free to contact me here or email me.
I recently received my Umarex co2 Colt Python full metal revolver. I started noticing the cylinder was acting funky each time I pulled the trigger, and then I found out that the cylinder releases after pulling the trigger a couple times. Besides that, the trigger itself does not instantly go back into place after being pulled, it will either stay there for a couple of seconds then "click", it's back into place, or it will just stay there unless I push it forward to click back into place. What in the world is going on with this thing? And is there a way to fix this?