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Nath

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About Nath

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  • Birthday 10/16/1984

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  • Airsofter since
    2006
  • Country
    Poland

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    Male
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    Warsaw
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    Firearms
  1. Just to reassure myself. Can I use CO2 mags in regular Stark Glock 17/19 or does it require some love (if yes what parts are to be changed)? Anyone know where I can get a fully trademerked one except Airsoft Global (they're ripping on postal fees as hell).
  2. Got this for like four months, and the quality is still impressing me. I go full throttle on my gear, so often the clones do not last long. On this one there is literally no signs of wearing so far. Took it for dynamic course with real steel and it performed above the expectations (nothing got ripped or torn). Overall the price/quality is top notch! Aaaand it comes in L/XL sizing, which for me is perfect (being 190 cm/100 kg). The only letdown is the multicam is non licensed, so it does differ from the genuine MC (Modi is a bit more like MTP). Absolute bang for the buck imho.
  3. Shame, in the picture it looked all cool and dandy, but if ergonomics sucks I will pass. Penny saved is a penny earned, on the other side Zenith was not very eager to shipp stuff to Poland, and now during the "embargo wars", that will be nearly impossible :/. The B-11 looks cool, but is there the matching top piece for that? I was to go into full scale AK74, but thinking of it now mayby I will do a omgalfastyle Suchka (wife is gonna kill me amnyways ).
  4. Anyone was installing this http://www.bunnyworkshop.com.hk/airsoft/Asura-Dynamics-PT-1-Folding-Tactical-Stock-for-AEG-GBB ? Will this fit to the receiver with fixed stock mount or for the folder? I am currently looking for base for my tacticoolmfrakkinfsbalfaspecnaz ak 74, so it is essential to know that . On the other hand did Asura finally released that fancy Zenith style pistol grip for AEG or is it still a GBBR only thing?
  5. The burn looks very similar to those that I got on my real steel AKMS. The weathering on the rest of the gun thou needs a bit polishing (metal wool or metal "sponge" used to clean the burned pots does the trick). Google for the mujahideen photos from the Afgan war for more reference.
  6. IMHO Real Sword>VFC>LCT>vast desert of nothingness>E&L>Dboys>Cyma>JG. If you are considering R&L or VFC i would say go VFC!
  7. Yep, those need time to "break in" and wear a bit. I run a surplus belt on my real steel Polish AKMS and after a year and a bit (of moderate shooting drill use) some parts of the belt are still stiff and rough.
  8. Bad muthafinger, you has stole mah build . Sweet looking one aznriptide! I'm kinda going the same direction with my SU. Pics soon .
  9. Yeah, the recoil seems really weak, but I'm more concerned with that huge port in the buffer tube, and all the dirt that can get there easily. Maybe that's just a prototype? Still I was hoping for much more from G&P. Just a question-anyone tried using black systema hop up bucking?
  10. Got two questions, or even three: First: the cylinder is a standard Marui compatible cylinder or is it some kind of KWA own invention? I'm really tempted to get the cqb and boost the fps by changing the cylinder (this method was mentioned before in this thred) to make it more compatible with local outdoor standard. Second: anyone fitted a DD MK18 ris? Madbull? The ACM knockoff? Lastly: how's the grouping on this puppy? Is it OK or is the inner barrel swap necessary (personally a fan of Prommy 6,03).
  11. How's the gas efficency?
  12. We're on the same boat. I would love to get one with the Colt trades receiver, but the blank one would also be cool. Especially the one wired to the rear.
  13. Any news if Co2 version will have trades on the slide?
  14. Nath

    KJW M4

    KJW/TK stanags are heavy bastards... like much heavier than thermhods. Also the price difference is a thing to consider.
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