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About -Clover-

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  • Birthday 01/18/1991

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  • Airsofter since
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    KWA M9 (plastic slide version)
    TM P90-TR (Sold)
    I've previously owned a wide variety of springers
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    "Man, people are stupid"
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    Airsoft (specifically GBB's)<br />Real Firearms<br />Photography

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  1. -Clover-

    WE Desert Eagle (Licensed by Cybergun)

    On my Chrome browser you just right click "inspect" then search through the original lines of code for the actual image. Can be a pain in the butt, but I know the frustrations of the way you got your version haha. I do some graphic design myself so have tips and tricks that I use a lot.
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    WE Desert Eagle (Licensed by Cybergun)

    Just in case anyone wants the original KY photo: https://www.kyairsoft.com/web/image/product.template/47373/image?unique=d20daf3 Only been skimming this thread but saw NonEx posted a zoomed in version too. Shame about the silver finish.... can't wait until the Spring so I can actually get out and use mine more.
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    WE Desert Eagle (Licensed by Cybergun)

    That's a shame about the cuts on the barrel being too shallow to allow for mounting optics. With any luck maybe RA-tech or some other aftermarket manufacturer will remedy that. Although a bummer, still give this gun a 9/10 so far, personally.
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    WE Desert Eagle (Licensed by Cybergun)

    I noticed something and am not sure if it's a big deal or not. I've been out of the Airsoft game for a few years now so I dunno what WE has been up to as far as upping their game with new products, but I believe I have found that the WE Desert Eagles each have a unique serial number. The KY Airsoft page won't let me link the image directly but here's the page and you can see there that the frame of their Desert Eagle says "20160520": https://www.kyairsoft.com/shop/product/we-cybergun-licensed-desert-eagle-50-cal-gbb-pistol-with-marking-black-42224 Ehobby Asia product image: My gun:
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    WE Desert Eagle (Licensed by Cybergun)

    Yeah they definitely are a good bit wider than the standard grips. I've got bigger hands so it's not an issue. I'm pretty stoked these fit, especially since very TM I've ever owned that had TM's attempt at copying the Hogue grip styles just never felt "right" to me. Oh, and for the record these grips are a 98% drop in fit, in case anybody wanted these and was on the fence about them. They're secure on the gun now as they sit but obviously nobody wants to have a magazine that won't drop free on its own and that gap on the back strap. Kind of hoping that either WE or the aftermarket releases a 10" barrel so I can swap between the two.
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    WE Desert Eagle (Licensed by Cybergun)

    I thiiiink I understand your meaning... if so the WE barrel is similar to the HFC in that it's circular and just tapers in from the muzzle into the inner barrel. In good news, the Hogue finger-gooved rubber grips fit! I've been sitting on these Hogue grips for years just knowing that eventually I'd buy another Desert Eagle after my remorse from selling my EHA "custom" Gaurder MBK'd Tokyo Marui. To remove the stock grips there's a circular hole in the bottom of the grip that's got a spring loaded plunger. Just need to find a punch or something similar and push it in while also pulling back on the grips. Doesn't take much force, once the plunger area clears the frame the grips slide back. The Hogue grips aren't a 100% drop in fit and will require some fitment with a dremel to get them to sit flush and allow the magazine to fit in without rubbing but I'm not worried. My gun as she currently sits: The Hogue grips have a hole drilled into the side (similar to some of the factory Magnum Research grips) and include a piece with screws to allow the grips to properly secure. Thankfully the WE's frame does not block this hole and I'm confident (again likely with some small fitment) that the piece in the picture should be able to fit in there and secure the grips.
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    WE Desert Eagle (Licensed by Cybergun)

    The WE is *not* threaded for a suppressor. There is faux rifling though. Not the best pics but grabbed a few quick shots with my phone, please excuse the leftover orange tip and adhesive. Haven't had time to clean her up just yet.
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    SIG Picture Thread

    Quick snapshot of my current WIP: Slide/Upper(guts, too) is WE, lower is KJ with E2 grips.
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    Glock Picture Thread

    Meant to make this a few months back, but finally got around to it. This isn't meant as a personal attack against the users, but they know who they are And just to stay on topic, an airsoft Glock:
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    SIG Picture Thread

    I can't speak to the performance figures of both, but the WE has a MUCH nicer finish than the KJW P229 in my personal opinion. The WE has a nice matte-finish, whereas the KJW is an ugly (though functional) shiny black. Just my 2 cents. Oh, and I've been running GBB's pretty much exclusively since I got into airsoft 8 years ago, so I've got a lot of hands on experience with a ton of different models. Just to give you an idea of where I'm coming from.
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    SIG Picture Thread

    Picked up a WE F228. I've owned two of the Prime conversion kits for the TM, and I must say I wouldn't spend the money on them again. As a collectors piece, Prime > Everything, but it was just too beautiful to use and abuse in my eyes. So far I'm liking the WE a lot! I've got some plans for her... will update with pics as things come to fruition.
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    Stark-Arms/VFC Glock 19

    Put some more magazines through it today. With .20's and the hop up on I was able to keep the gun shooting perfectly lazer straight. At a distance of about 25/30 feet I was able to keep the gun consistently hitting an old Daisy 9x9 target box almost dead center. I'd say i was able to keep the groupings within a 3-4 inch diameter. I didn't have any actual target paper, was just taking pot shots so to speak at the cloth backing. As it's still winter here I won't be able to do any meaningful range testing outdoors until Spring or Summer. All the same I'm still very much pleased with this pistol! Oh, and to those who were worried about the full auto switch deteriorating or some such thing with use, in 20+ magazines fired through her, the switch is still just as stiff as it was out of the box. It hasn't worn down or anything from use. So to some of the detractors of these VFC pistols out there who are turned off by the *extremely* low profile switch, I'd say you've got nothing to worry about if that's the only thing stopping you from buying one of these guns. If you don't want to use the gun in full auto, simply don't. I'm just glad VFC didn't add an external switch (a-la KSC G23's and select fire 26's....), this way it simply makes it a nifty extra feature.
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    Stark-Arms/VFC Glock 19

    They're only officially advertising the "S" series guns and the blank 19 in that picture above as far as I can tell. At least for the moment.
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    Stark-Arms/VFC Glock 19

    Unfortunately I don't have access to a chronograph so I can't give out any empirical data on the FPS WGC has some plain jane versions I believe, judging by this photo from Stark's FB-page captioned "Less is more!" : So to answer your question, "yes" they're selling two different versions. The trademarked ones aren't being advertised as being made by Stark though, most likely to try and avoid any litigation. Unless this thing turns into a big flop internally I see no reason not to get one of these as a sidearm. It can take real deal sights and fit into real-deal 9mm Glock holsters. Unless you're just super into the trademarks.
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    Stark-Arms/VFC Glock 19

    Thanks! Always love trying to help out my fellow airsofter. As to the dimensions, I'll double check tomorrow to see just how good the fit is, but the gun fits into my Galco KingTuk IWB holster, so I'd imagine it should fit into one of those. Pic (not mine) for reference: As you can see it's a Kydex and leather hyrbrid. Kydex can be pretty unforgiving when it comes to specs, so if it'll fit into that, I'd imagine you shouldn't have any problems with the Gunclip. As I said I'll double check tomorrow and let you know about specifics regarding fitment with the Galco!

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