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Saila Cilbup

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About Saila Cilbup

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  • Airsofter since
    2004
  • Country
    United States
  1. Saila Cilbup

    Artistic Airsoft

    I'd call that pretty darn artistic! Very nice gun by the way.
  2. Saila Cilbup

    Artistic Airsoft

    Thanks Matt! I try not to "over-edit" but I got carried away and liked the end result.
  3. Saila Cilbup

    Artistic Airsoft

    I was going for something slightly different here... Confession: I'm a fan of CSI, NCIS, Bones... and crime dramas in general. Edited to look like an X-ray. I think I'll return to this idea with some internals overlaid or something so it actually looks more convincing.
  4. Saila Cilbup

    Painted Weapons Picture Thread

    Luvs2shoot, that has to be one of the most tastefully customized M14s I have ever seen. The paint job looks very professional too.
  5. Saila Cilbup

    Painted Weapons Picture Thread

    A painted M3, my first painted airsoft. I thought it would be best to start off painting something cheap. The barrel is so short because I was sawing off the front sight (I didn't like it, and it's kind of useless) and I sawed into the barrel. With no putty or anything to fill that in with I just lopped off about an inch of barrel.
  6. Saila Cilbup

    Shotgun Picture Thread

    That's what I'm told, but I've also heard UTG's is a lot sturdier, with better plastic, but maybe that's just anti-Crosman jabber. Having tried the TM M3 a while ago I'm pretty happy with the Crosman's performance. Obviously when you hold it you can tell the construction is cheaper than TM's, and time will only tell how durable it is.
  7. Saila Cilbup

    Shotgun Picture Thread

    It's actually very sturdy - practically no movement - you just have to take your time making it. I really wanna write a review in that shotgun, I just wish I could get my hands on a UTG M3 and a TM M3 for comparison.
  8. Saila Cilbup

    Shotgun Picture Thread

    My Crosman "TM M3 clone." Note the homemade flashlight mount consisting of electrical tape, a cut up pen, and cable-ties
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