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tgellen

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About tgellen

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    Regular Poster
  • Birthday 05/14/1961

Additional Information

  • Airsofter since
    2005
  • Toy collection
    Entry level AEG's:
    Echo-1 M16A4
    Echo-1 M4A1
    Echo-1 M249
    AEG:
    Star L86A2 LSW w/ SUSAT
    TM H&K G-3 SG-1 w/ tasco 4x38mm
    CA Steyr Mannlicher, AUG H-bar
    TM Steyr AUG Military
    TM Steyr AUG Civilian
    TM Howe Type 89
    TM UZI
    AGM MP40
    Echo-1 M249 Para
    Hudson M3A1 "Grease Gun"
    GBB's:
    KWA M11A1
    HFC M11A1
    KWC 1911BS
    HFC M190FA HW
    HFC M199FA HW
    HFC M199FA HW
    TM M92f Samurai Edge

    NBB:
    HFC 1911BS

    Other:
    Deepfire M72A2 LAW
  • Most likely to say
    Dr Birkin? Where?
  • Country
    United States

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    http://www.Pennsylvania-Airsoft.com
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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Bethlehem Pa.
  • Interests
    Airsoft
  1. My initial impression of the Matrix (S&T) MG-42. I had this on pre-order from Evike since early October, I received one of the first batch, just after New Years. At $630 US I was a little apprehensive. It's not perfect........ 6 mm hole in drum mag, a couple of cross threaded screws and a few mangled slot screws. ...and some strange hammer marks. It's on par with A&K for quality as far as I can tell. Finish is nice, paint seems sturdy, low gloss. All non-magnetic metal except for the bi-pod, charging handle, barrel release latch (decorative) and the flashhider stop bar. It doesn’t appear to be monkey metal, my guess is aluminum. Real wood stock. It does seem to be sturdy. The flashhider has a plastic cone on an aluminum base for the US customers. I don't know if an all metal one will be available or if the RS one will fit. I haven't disassembled it, I'll leave that to others to do for review. But I did remove the grips and discovered the gear box. Note the bushings. XYT gears The Drum feeds well and keeps up with the rate of fire. Runs on four (4) AA batteries and I added a pressure switch to by-pass the defective sound activator. Easy to refill I chrono'd it with .25's and it averaged 370 fps at 1200 rounds per minute. Overall, I'm happy with it. I can't wait to field this. It sure is pretty....
  2. tgellen

    Steyr AUG FAQ and Helpdesk

    Like this?
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    Zombie Hill 8: The Good Doctor

    Date: October 30, 2010 Location: ET Paintball field, Netcong NJ USA Have you ever dreamed of fighting Zombies? Ever wondered what it's like to be a Zombie? Then this is the game for you! Try your skills as an elite STARS member or perhaps you prefer the darker side as an operative for the pharmaceutical giant Eve L Corp? There's even the Army to keep things civil. This game has it all, including a themed BBQ of ribs and more to enjoy after a hard day of Zombie killin'.
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    Zombie Hill 8: The Good Doctor

    Date: October 30, 2010 Location: ET Paintball field, Netcong NJ USA Have you ever dreamed of fighting Zombies? Ever wondered what it's like to be a Zombie? Then this is the game for you! Try your skills as an elite STARS member or perhaps you prefer the darker side as an operative for the pharmaceutical giant Eve L Corp? There's even the Army to keep things civil. This game has it all, including a themed BBQ of ribs and more to enjoy after a hard day of Zombie killin'.
  5. tgellen

    Steyr AUG FAQ and Helpdesk

    Yes, yes, yes, yes, I don't know, Better as a SAW (LMG), nope.
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    Steyr AUG FAQ and Helpdesk

    I'm having a spot of trouble upgrading my CA AUG. What size motor is in the stock CA Military model? Will it pull an M120? or M130 spring? Thanks,
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