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  1. I've owned the HK416A5 for a couple months now, so here are some thoughts if anyone actually reads this thread: The good: -External quality is great -Ambidextrous features are great- the selector is solid and clicks firmly into place. The bolt catch is truly ambidextrous -Hop up adjustment is very well designed- being able to fine tune with the faux gas regulator is easy, quick, and effective. No more disassembling your GBBR to tune a finicky hop up -Magazines (VMAG and HK mag) are solid with durable feedlips and they have not leaked -The trigger. The single mos
  2. Well, the selector is mushy so I'd like a hard stop. On another note, did anybody's overhop the BBs to heaven? I've got the hop OFF and it sends .28g upwards and .2g just disappear
  3. Has anyone discovered a fix to the over-rotating selector?
  4. I finally found the time to take this to an outdoor game and I'm very pleased. After dealing with G&P/Inokatsu years ago I had given up on GBBRs but the Marui offering is a whole different animal. Accuracy isn't as good as the usual legendary Marui performance but it is still quite good. I had quite a few kills where opponents saw me and simply assumed that I couldn't shoot that far. Photo credit to Anthony Luna of Corpus Christi Airsoft And the old school M4A1 is just so...classic
  5. I picked one up because I felt that Marui's past record justified giving the MWS a chance. So far, loads better than any G&P or Inokatsu that I ever owned. I really wouldn't worry about the trigger. It feels light compared to an actual GI trigger, which is gritty and heavy anyways
  6. Any consensus on the long term durability of this rifle with GG/propane? I may pick one up for garage shooting if I can find it used.
  7. As a test, I chilled a magazine with a full tank of green gas at 35o F for an hour. The Night Warrior fired 16 rounds without issue and another 4 after manually cycling the slide. The Night Winter Warrior is pretty impressive in the cold.
  8. Marui Night Warrior with a MEU frame - I decided to avoid the frustration of fitting a MBK this time Does anyone have a stock Marui 1911A1 slide they want to get rid of?
  9. Tokyo Marui Night Warrior Contents: Ordering Initial Impressions and Features Externals Internals Performance Conclusion 1. Ordering I ordered my TM Night Warrior (I'll refer to this as the M1911 NW) from WGC Shop in Hong Kong during their holiday season 10% off sale. Total with UPS shipping to CONUS came out to right around $150 USD and the pistol arrived within a week of placing my order. I requested that WGC use an orange tip due to the difficulty associated with removing orange paint from plastic, but they informed me that no plastic tips were available. Much to my surp
  10. I'm loving the look of the AK with the forward mounted Aimpoint (shocker, I've been an AR/M14 user) and I am considering either a CYMA AK105 or the GHK model. Is there a replica of the Ultimak forward rail? I'm not too keen on paying the cost of the whole CYMA gun for a rail.
  11. I'm debating between a WE M16A1 and a G&P AEG version of the same gun. I had a WE M14 a while back and it was mostly trouble free, but I plan on running a M16 much harder than I do a DMR-type rifle. If you guys could answer a couple of questions, I'd greatly appreciate it. 1) How long are your stock trigger groups holding up in summer temperatures? 2) How long are your loading nozzles/bolt carriers holding up in the same conditions? 3) How is shot to shot consistency in rapid semi-auto fire? Thanks
  12. TM M1911A1 w/ Guarder kit
  13. And after another round of stain and oil:
  14. Refinished G&G M14. The quality of walnut used on their guns is pretty shoddy.
  15. Refinished Marushin M1 Carbine
  16. Got mine earlier this year- slick little gun
  17. I think Marushin's previous offerings scared people away from this Carbine. I was more than a little skeptical when I first heard of it. The prospect of more decent Marushin products is terrifying for wallets The action is a little bit fatter at the bottom. I think a dremel could probably do the work necessary to fit the action into a para stock.
  18. Marushin M1 Carbine CDX Background: The M1 Carbine is a lightweight gas operated rifle. Designed shortly before the outbreak of WWII, it was the most heavily produced American small arm until the M16 superseded it. The Carbine fires a .30 caliber, 110gr round nosed bullet. As a weapon designed for rear-echelon and support personnel, it lacks the punch of the larger M1 rifle. However, it is light (5.8lbs loaded w/ sling), handy and very easy to shoot. Give Me an Airsoft M1! The M1 Carbine is a difficult subject for airsoft manufacturers because of its tiny dimensions. The entire weapon is o
  19. New parts for the VFC PDW...and the "original" PDW
  20. Does this *bramston pickle* child of a M4 SBR and a AKS-74U count as an AR derivative?
  21. VFC KAC PDW ordered...so many attachments to find!

  22. I'm looking for a new GBB rifle to use as a CQB primary. I've got an AEG for outdoors, so I'm not too concerned with long range accuracy or performance, just durability and reliability. Most of the action would indoors during the winter, so I think CO2 would be a must. Can the WE M4 OB reliably handle that with a NPAS tuned to 275 fps w/ .25g or will I need to buy the RAtech steel LPK and bolt? Thanks for the help
  23. My G&P TA31 fell off a rack and got a cracked lens as a result. I was quite disappointed to find out that the price had gone from $100 or so to $170 when I went to buy a replacement. I searched just about every Hong Kong webstore for a decent TA31 replica, but most were either out of stock or replicated the ECOS model. Finally, I found that RSOV had what was advertised as an ACOG with no markings for a nice price of $60. Typically, I'm a bit squeamish about buying something that's marked "ACM" and has a very low price tag, but I decided to go for it anyways. Shipping was not pa
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