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MRF

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About MRF

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  • Birthday 01/28/1980

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  • Airsofter since
    Not so long ago ;)
  • Country
    Poland

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    Krakow

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  1. MRF

    AR15 Variants and Derivitives Picture Thread

    Nice. This is RS rail, isn't it? Those Dytac/SLR shorties are cool, but OOB choice of rails is not that great. I was thinking about grey/light bronze/black color scheme like the one SLR posted on FB. It would be just cool if Dytac released ION Lite edition of this AEG.
  2. MRF

    AR15 Variants and Derivitives Picture Thread

    Well, I forgot that post edition time is quite limited... Better shots.
  3. MRF

    AR15 Variants and Derivitives Picture Thread

    I didn't plan to use 9,3 Mk16 on my workhorse gun, equipped with DD Mk18 until now, but I was curious... And I think I will leave as it is now. Pardon snowy pictures - not really able to pull out something better now. I'm going to replace them tomorrow. There's only one thing to be done - I need to machine lacking top rail slot on the front of Mk16. In "courtesy" of C&C Tac...🤦‍♂️
  4. MRF

    AR15 Variants and Derivitives Picture Thread

    Since I derailed this thread a bit - a little correction. Colt's M4. Surprisingly ;).
  5. MRF

    AR15 Variants and Derivitives Picture Thread

    😅😅 Fifty shades of DDC. Pardon a potato made picture this time but still it shows what it meant to be showing . Two C&C Tacs and HAO in the middle. Well. With better overall detail accuracy, and $100 price tag HAO's version is a killer. Don't get me wrong C&C Tac made a really great looking and feeling copy of the rail, but at $155 with all omitted details it is just worse. Objectively and undoubtedly. I was afraid that surface finish will turn to be very rough, as it was portrayed on HAO's promo pics but it is just slightly harder sandblasted, than C&C Tac's offering.
  6. MRF

    MK16 URGI Rails

    I believe this may apply to any airsoft copy of Mk16, due to the anti-rotation tabs design. It makes this rail unswappable (is even such a word in English? ) between AEG and GBB replicas. I guess it's worth remembering.
  7. MRF

    MK16 URGI Rails

    Holly frack, that's correct. I mean it is not correct Damn. There's no denial - C&C did this thing wrong...
  8. MRF

    AR15 Variants and Derivitives Picture Thread

    Vortex did the job, huh?
  9. MRF

    AR15 Variants and Derivitives Picture Thread

    FTW stands for F..k The Wallet? ;)
  10. MRF

    AR15 Variants and Derivitives Picture Thread

    Well, obviously it was just suggestion...
  11. MRF

    AR15 Variants and Derivitives Picture Thread

    Hey, but where's the strive for realism? And I would be careful on lack of practical gain. I can easy recall a few situations when I wouldn't bet on aluminum outer barrel survival...
  12. MRF

    AR15 Variants and Derivitives Picture Thread

    Here's my new "oar", WIP. Another step. The shell before cerakoting. Funny thing - I figured out, that Madbull's steel outers (14,5 MID, GOV profile) are slightly too short. For about 7 mm. - C&C Tac MK16 (best released so far) - Madbull 14,5 outer barrel (MID, GOVT profile, steel) - King Arms receiver set (Colt markings) - VFC CQD sling mount - Iron Airsoft 51T (which doesn't seem to be very accurate, BTW) The rest? Pretty obvious or irrelevant ;). Or invisible. For now.
  13. MRF

    AR15 Variants and Derivitives Picture Thread

    This build is a pretty good example showing that AEG airsoft gun can be a great looking replica too. I've always been wondering what happened, that better parts quality seems to be reserved for PTW/GBB guns, specially when we talk about receiver sets. And here You go - good quality receivers (despite the fact these are just cast (Avalon?) ), some RS furniture... Looks great. BTW. Don't You want to get rid of Your another BCM receiver? ...You don't, I know. Who would like to...
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