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About Hellfire8

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    I have a M60 Mwahahahahahaha
  • Birthday 01/08/1988

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    Essex, England
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  1. Hellfire8

    Getting back into action - My old kit

    Cheers, my health is one of the reasons I want to get back into it. Better and more fun going to the gym. 🙂 pretty much what I thought for servicing, was thinking of getting some power mods since most sites run 350 now from what I can tell and before the sites ran a 328/1j hard rule. (From what I remember) recon the mag springs will be ok? Not used them and been stored empty on my milsim and mid caps, high caps stored empty too i expected my M9 seals and except the hops to need doing so nothing to frantic tbh. 🙂
  2. Hey guys, Been a long time, I played back around 2009/2010 but I moved to the highlands in Scotland and could never play, I am back down in Essex and my Son turned 13 so wants to get into Airsofting. However the AEG's and the pistols have been sitting for years with ZERO servicing or even being touched. I have the following AEG: ICS MP5A4 (full metal one) CA G36K CYMA AKS47 GBB: 2x HFC M190's Now I understand a lot of servicing will be needed. I enquired about 7 years ago and Kenworth W900 was the guy recommended, Is he still around? I have a few questions 1, is it worth servicing these weapons if I am to use them? (I wanted to get back into it for ages just never had time and kids get in the way) I figured the CYMA AK would be a perfect cheap beginner for my kiddo, 2, What sort of parts need replacing/rough cost I'd expect, I know I'll need new batts, new springs on the AEG's, new seals I'd imagine, 3, if I decided to tackle myself, how hard is servicing? 4, I know not technical, what's site limits these days, still the 328-350fps mark? I think it'd be a great way to exercise and working in IT it can be difficult. Anyway, Glad to be back.

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