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Hello Everyone, I come today with a question. After being a Marksman on the field for a quite bit, I've noticed that I have do much better in CQB environments. I wanted to get a new CQB M4, but there are so many options and I am having a difficult time in deciding. I currently have either two decisions, to get a standard CQB M4 with decent internals and pimp the externals or to get a G&P Prokit and build on to that. Here is the basic gun I was thinking of building on to,http://www.evike.com/products/54086/I've heard good reviews about 8mm Gearboxes and King Arms so I thought this might be a good base gun, this is the Prokit option (http://www.evike.com/products/41444) I thought this might be good considering the fact that G&P makes excellent Gearboxes. Please tell me your opinions and options below. Also, if you have another recomendation for a Base gun, please let me know. Thanks!

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If you are currently using an M4 platform rifle already, you might be able to build a CQB upper and use that on your current rifle's lower. It would probably cost a lot less than buying a completely new CQB gun.

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If you are currently using an M4 platform rifle already, you might be able to build a CQB upper and use that on your current rifle's lower. It would probably cost a lot less than buying a completely new CQB gun.

I actually could, but my internals are all set for a DMR and I don't think a old G&G Gearbox would do the job.

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