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SteveTheAirsofter

Guns that WON'T go out of Production?

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5 years ago I bought a handful of Airsoft guns expecting to get into it... Then got married, became instand dad, moved 20 hrs away and had a kid. Now I'm stable enough to do stuff. Yay! The guns I got were:

Rifle - WE G39 GBB (HK G36)
Pistol - Marushin FN Five-Seven
Pistol - Marushin Walther PPK/S

You might understand my frustration when ALL these guns are now out of production and are very much unsupported via parts. The Five-Seven's magazine seals have cracked, and the PPK needs an inner barrel (as it was used as a movie prop). Luckily the rifle works great and I have enough magazines. But I have a 12yo stepson that I was going to give the PPK to because it fits his grip well. That clearly can't happen anymore.

So when buying my next pistol and rifle, what do you experienced folk suggest I get that will still be IN PRODUCTION when parts are needed?

Should we really just get an M4 and 1911 out of the thousands of choices out there?

 

Thank you so much,
Steve

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