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TineS

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About TineS

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  • Airsofter since
    2017
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    Belgium

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  1. TineS

    Picture threads, no post

    Working, Thanks!
  2. TineS

    FN Picture Thread

    My baby Put real GP grips on it. Tanaka M1935. Still looking for an Mk.III to complete my collection.
  3. TineS

    Editing posts

    That explains it, thanks Weird though!
  4. Is this off by default? Or is it not normal that I can't edit my own posts?
  5. I can't seem to post in the picture threads forum. Can start a new topic though 😕 These are not locked threads with over 100 posts.
  6. TineS

    WE M&P

    Thought I'd add my thoughts on this gun, as I've shot both this one, and the real M&P. Real one: I do have to say I kinda hate the real one. My first one locked up after every single shot. It was replaced with another one that functioned good. It had the thumb safety however. Unlike the Hi-Power Mk.III, where it locks the slide, with the M&P it locks the pin. This can be very confusing when you are shooting. The gun blocks, you do a standard tap/rack, and still no dice. Then you notice the thumb safety is slightly on. It is VERY easy to move. Best way to shoot the real one is with your thumb constantly on the thumb safety. Another thing I didn't like is that there is a noticeable gap between the grip and slide. This can let dirt into the gun (sand,..). It also has a weird way of taking apart. They clearly tried to imitate Glock, but didn't quite succeed. WE Toucan: Serial 05317. First time I loaded, it vented all the gas due to a bad seal. After repair, it functioned great. After a few uses, it started firing auto bursts. Did the filing mod and it has worked perfect since. It has different dimensions to the real M&P, so it doesn't fit all real accessories. For instance, the grips of the real one are not interchangeable. As said above, the real one has a very noticeable gap between the grip and the slide. The Toucan has much closer tolerances. It is also missing the thumb safety, which is a good thing. Overall, I like this replica. I enjoy it more then I did the real one.
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