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I'm getting a WE Tech m4a1 carbine, and I don't know which length Angel custom barrel I should get? I was either going to with - #1. Angel custom g2 6.01 tight bore 470mm OR #2. Angel custom g2 6.01 tight bore 636mm ? I don't know if the longer barrel will be better and give me higher fps or will the normal size one be better? Thanks
Hey, guys I recently purchased this gun and loved it. G&G M4 Carbine Special Editions M16 Combat Machine Airsoft AEG Rifle http://www.evike.com/products/32676 Its good and all but it doesn't reach my expectations. So, I am looking for some internal upgrades that improve accuracy and range, maybe fire rate too. One of my friends has the same rifle I used before I started getting serious with airsoft. He said he just had some basic internals. So, I am looking for the same thing. I am looking for something cheap and useful. Go ahead and post and internals with any price that is compatible with this gun. NOTE: I'm not really sure this matters but this m4 is compatible with almost any M4 gearbox, like blowback and gas. It's also my first airsoft gun, So I'm willing to go crazy with it.
Hi guys, with my order of the G&G Combat Machine Raider CQB, I wanted to order a few cheap upgrades. I need a great Bucking and Nub that I can put in and expect improvements. I talked with ASGI Tech support and they recommended me the http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?cPath=745_31_170&products_id=3051. Doing my research and reading the reviews, I heard that this bucking can ruin the piston and destroy the gun internally. It is also said that BB's drop or fly straight up while using this bucking. My friend recommended me a Maple Leaf 75 Degree bucking but there is no nubs in stock. Can someone shine some light on what I can do. Tightbore might be an option but I wanna know the best I can get for my money, thanks! Sale ends in a few hours so quick responses would be awesome!
Hi, Every link pointing to another thread I've clicked on sends me to an error page. It is because the URL is in the old format of your old forum software. Below is an example: Clicking on the link about Necro's barrel stabilization thread goes here, which produces a 404 page: http://www.airsoftforum.com/board/barrel-stabilization-necro-exempt-t221088.html However, if I rewrite the url into the format of the current forum software, it works: http://www.airsoftforum.com/board/topic/221088-barrel-stabilization-necro-exempt/ It's been like this for a few weeks now. Please correct. You have great info here that is getting lost by the average user. Especially those going straight to the topic from a Google search. Nice redesign BTW!