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  1. MONKEETECH - UPGRADED JING GONG G3 DMR - Rhopped - Upgraded - Modified - Long Range - Accurate > Looks like a regular G3, but packs a BIG punch with some nifty upgrades & internal mods – it’s been turned into a highly accurate, long ranged DMR ! > Designated Marksman Rifle > Tech’d personally by Andy at MonkeeTech. View the MonkeeTech Facebook Group and read the reviews of MT upgrades and work for clients :-) > Hundreds of £££’s worth of the usual typical MonkeeTech DMR mods undertaken within this superb deal all-in-one bundle > Genuine original quality Jing Gong construction, fairly strong, pretty solid, sturdy build > Sold in fully operational, tested & working condition. No known faults > Very smooth sounding, fully shimmed & re-greased gearbox (remember DMR gearboxes sound a little louder due to pulling a much stronger spring) > Locked onto DMR semi-automatic only and averaging 450 fps – spot on for most UK Airsoft sites (most are 450fps max) > Totally interchangeable main spring modification done ! Change your main spring in about a minute instead of having to strip the whole thing down each time – perfect for varying FPS levels at different Airsoft sites > 450fps level main spring included, you can easily buy a range of other main springs cheaply off Ebay to play around with FPS power, suited to each Airsoft site you visit. You will need a large flat-headed screwdriver to take out the main spring guide and then lock it back into place. Also comes with much lower powered spring for CQB use > Fully boxed with original packaging, same as when bought brand new previously ! > Comes with 2 x rear butt stocks : 1. Solid folding type which swings round and 2. Sliding stock which goes back & forth. Very useful indeed, change them over in 2 mins, easy > Also included is an extra top RIS rail for mounting scopes and also a pretty decent telescopic scope sight – 4x32 zoom range I believe. Scope is also boxed in original packaging > Rhopped by Andy at MonkeeTech – immensely long range & highly accurate. For more information on these superb Rhop jobs, don't take my word for it – view the feedback I get from people on the MonkeeTech Facebook Group regarding Rhop projects done in the past. A lot of people say Rhop actually doubled their range and accuracy. Yes, they are that good 😉 > For best results, use heavier BBs. Between .3g and .4g is ideal. These are more expensive but you’ll be using fewer of them because it’s semi-auto only and very long ranged & accurate. This is designed for quick fire sniper-like spot on hits rather than the usual AEG spray & pray > Should *probably* outperform most other AEGs, DMRs and sometimes even bolt-action snipers on the field > Integrated sorbo rubber pads within the cylinder head & radiused gearbox act as fantastic shock-absorption for DMR level high-impact piston usage, this protects your gearbox from cracking, this also corrects your angle of engagement > Small but powerful Turnigy Nano-Tech 1200mah 11.1v 3S 15-25C 1.2 Lipo battery – ideally suited to pulling 450fps springs, comes with attached black nylon velcro battery pack pouch. This should last a whole day of constant shooting, but it may be an idea to buy another one just in case. Lipos last a long time, but if it gets slow, you MUST stop using it or it’ll wear out and then you’ll have problems recharging. Ideally buy a couple more of these as backup off Ebay. Deans connection > You will need to have a Lipo-specific battery charging unit for these, do NOT use a normal NiMh charger, or your Lipo will explode > Comes with a small pack of BBs for testing and plinking > Re-wired to integrate the amazing Gate Nano AAB Mosfet, which will help maintain a steady, consistent and regulated semi-automatic action for your DMR. Also saves wear / carbon build-up on your trigger contacts as well > Integrated Emergency Gearbox Cycling Button ! AEGs locking-up are a pain, but can usually be cleared by flicking onto full auto, giving it a quick burst and then back onto semi. But what happens when your DMR is locked to semi-only and you can’t do that ? In most cases, you’d have to strip the entire gearbox down to unlock the setup. Not so with MonkeeTech DMRs – these are fitted with a special button which when pressed, actually bypasses the entire trigger mechanism to cycle the gearbox and clear the lock-up. As a safety & legal feature, this is located within the magwell and is ONLY accessible when the mag is out. Obviously when the mag is out, BBs cannot fire automatically and that keeps it within UK law. Be careful when firing though, as you may still get 1 single BB shoved into place with the nozzle ! Always point in a safe direction to clear, by pressing the internal cycling button, then mag back in and off you go ! > Sector delayer chip on sector gear for much more efficient BB loading, making it highly unlikely to not load the next BB in the heat of battle > Superb spring-loaded bipod on front handguard. Lower the 2 lower arms to give you an instant bipod. Lock the arms back into place when not needed and they will stay tucked out of the way > Black nylon fully adjustable basic sling > 1 x Hicap magazine – it’s an interesting type, instead of a winding wheel, you actually get a small key which quickly does the winding remarkably efficiently and quickly. But, do NOT lose the key. You only get one ! It’s fairly big so hard to lose, maybe keep it on a lanyard and in a safe pocket somewhere ? > PayPal accepted, but ONLY as “Friends & Family” option selected. Otherwise, it’s cash on collection, cheque, bank transfer, postal orders all welcome. All funds to clear before sending item > UKARA registered people only – please provide your UKARA number and once checked, cleared & full payment received – this DMR will be yours ! I will not spray this 2 tone. This is not for wannabe gangstas, serious Airsofters only > Looking for £350 – open to considering sensible offers, but silly offers will be ignored. No part exchanges, sorry > 30 Day warranty guarantee on internal parts for fixing if it goes wrong. When you get it, test it rigorously and play with it every weekend if you can, along with back garden plinking where possible. If it fails during that 30 day period, MonkeeTech will repair the internals for free. Please note this is for internal parts and fittings only and excludes all postage costs. It also excludes obvious deliberate malicious damage or damage done by skirmishing and outer main body parts snapping whilst hitting trees or leaping over bunkers etc. You also not covered for losing any parts or kit > I've uploaded a few bigger images (these may take a while to load as they’re quite big) so you can zoom into each item to see all the relevant aspects. Clicky linky (Best viewed on a laptop / PC - click to zoom in on your browser) : www.chameleon-graphics.co.uk/Airsoft > Feel free to message me separately if you're looking for an Rhop or ERhop job or any other types of modifications or upgrades on your current AEG or DMR > Please join the MonkeeTech Facebook Group for any tech questions, upgrades or Rhop enquiries, cheers ! > Happy to answer any questions or queries… Email : a_chaplin@hotmail.com or text 07788 142 920
  2. Seen Mafioso airsoft posting some photos of some of the smaller steel parts they have in development on Facebook but just not realized it looks like they are doing a full steel kit. https://www.facebook.com/mafiosoarms/ Obviously the below pic is a CAD drawing but I have seen actual photos in my Facebook feed of the barrel, selector, magazine release and perhaps some other of the smaller parts.
  3. Batmause

    PPS shotguns

    Hey there, I made my first video about a range-accuracy test with a PPS XM26 shell ejecting shotgun. I bought this shotgun a half-year ago but it was one of first time when I used it. My experiences was that this shotgun isn't like the cold weather, that is why I didn't use it for a while. I recorded this test on 5-10-15-20 meters distance with 4 different BBs, like 0.12g - 0.20g - 0.25g - 0.30g BBs. The results was that you can hit the target on 5-10 meters all the time if you aimed to the target. On 15 meters I recommend heavier BBs, like 0.23-0.28g BBs because the wind can change the trajectory but in CQB I recommend 0.23g or 0.25g BBs. It is hard to hit the target over 20 meters which is acceptable for a shotgun. If the weather is good (temperature) you can hit the target by aiming above the target. The grouping is really closed thanks for the hidden inner barrel and for the fixed hopup system, there isn't any grouping under 8-11 meters. Basically the XM26 shotgun is a really nice gun. The receiver and the bolt carrier is made from aluminium, the outer parts looks really nice. The stock is a copy of B5 crane stock with really nice surface/finish. I liked the gun except the compensator which was made from plastic, I will replace it with a steel version in the future - it will cost a lot to reproducing but I don't care. Sadly it is hard to use because it doesn't have any shell catcher - unlike the M870 has few solution. The M870 isn't as well built shotgun as an APS CAM870. Lighter and it looks like a toygun - compared to APS. The receiver and all the external parts made from metal, more like aluminium. There is few parts which made from steel - ejecting plates, forend cradle bars, shell carrier, shell ejector, shell catcher, sear. The painting on the receiver isn't homogen but the other parts are really good. At this moment I'm a bit busy but I like if you share your experiences with your PPS shotgun. I will record a video review in the future but at this moment I can not do it.
  4. From the album: Operation Excelsior | Antari Attacks

    Tickets: http://airsoftanarchy.co.uk/operation-excelsior OPERATION EXCELSIOR | #ANTARIATTACKS - The Debut MilSim by Airsoft Anarchy - 08-07-2017 - ONE AWESOME MISSION. ZERO MERCY! _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ MISSION INTEL | CURRENT THREAT An object later identified as a massive spaceship has been found orbiting the earth. It soon became clear what the intentions of this Alien race were when after they sprayed the atmosphere with an unknown substance, some humans began displaying strange behaviour and would attack and kill colleagues. Their hostility was confirmed after an Antari Fighter shot down a Swedish Fighter who, in retaliation, shot down an Antari Shuttle and engaged the surviving Antari in a firefight. The reason why only certain humans were displaying strange behaviour soon became apparent when a scientist in Paris realised that all those affected had cybernetic implants. The substance is now known as ‘Dark Cloud’ affects the link between the cybernetics and the human body in some way, by utilising a virus; this virus slows the Antari to hack their cybernetics and control them. Earth’s cause was strengthened when two beings of light landed their spaceship at the White House and, in front of everybody, proceeded to turn into a human woman and man. They turned out to be a race called ‘Pleiadians’ and claimed to be at war with the Antari. They offered their assistance in an advisory capacity because their forces were too weak to engage the Antari directly. The Pleiadians have adopted English Earth names: Adam and Eve. They informed the US President that the intention of the Antari was to conquer and mine Earth for all her resources. Human Beings were seen as a pest and had to be exterminated. They stated in no unclear terms that the people of Earth were under threat of extermination. It is now up to new recruits with no cybernetic implants to defeat this new threat. Together with their Pleiadian Advisors these Mavericks now face a daunting task. Destroy a species that have been destroying civilisations all over the universe or become extinct. The Juggernaut Stops Here! ____________________________________________________________________________ Will you be a Proud Maverick or a Take-no-Prisoners Zero? Defend yourAntari Masters and help invade Earth... Or Defend Earth against the invadingAntari and their mindless hordes?! Which side will succeed in their mission? The answer lies in your hands! Make the right decision and join your side … Will you be a Free-for-All Zero? ...or part of a World-Saving Team of Mavericks? CHOOSE WISELY! ONE AWESOME MISSION; ZERO MERCY! Book Now to be part of one of the greatest Airsoft events ever! Tickets: http://airsoftanarchy.co.uk/operation-excelsior ____________________________________________________________________________ Directions: The Zero Zone | 20mins Drive from Glasgow Airport. All recruits and eventgoers are to check-in and receive their mission briefings from Airsoft Anarchy HQ which will be based at Glasgow Airport. Check-In: 1200H – 1400H on 8th July 2017 Kit List: What you will need: -Sleeping Kit -Wash Kit & Toiletries -Brew Kit/Cooking Kit -Food & Water (For 24+ hours) -Eye Protection -Combat Kit & Boots -Airsoft Weapons -Torch & Lightsticks -Toolkit & Batteries Pricing: £55 per person Over 18's Only Ticket Includes: -Annual Club Membership -Airsoft Tournament Entry -Indoor Overnight Camp -Evening Entertainment -Refreshments* -Free Secured Parking Prizes: -Main Event Major Jackpot: £2000 -Camp Champs: £200 AIRSOFT RETAIL VOUCHER -The Marksman: VIP ENTRY X20 +MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED _______________________________________________________________________________________ Tickets: http://airsoftanarchy.co.uk/operation-excelsior

    © © 2017 Airsoft Anarchy

  5. AirsoftGuns-Europe.com

    AirsoftGuns-Europe.com NEWS

    Hi, we are Airsoftguns-europe.com and for summer ending for you, our customers, we prepare some Special Offers. Take a look yourself. We are sending goods throughout European Union. Everyone knows them, everyone wants them. Gas operated pistols from Tokyo Marui, Japanese warranty of quality for best prices. Metal and plastic spring operated shotguns made by Cyma. Affordable price, great power, large variety of types. Everyone chooses. Choice from many color combinations, metal and polymer slide. Winner in Airsoft Players Choice Awards. Did you voted too? Need a high power or great durability? Let´s take a look to our AirsoftGuns Custom series. Customized by our team, with more than ten years of experiences.
  6. Evike.com - My bad experience Backstory: This will be a long post, but I thought I'd give every detail I can about my experience. Naturally I don't try to get into "drama" related topics, unless I'm trolling - but their last e-mail really pushed me to write a lengthy write up. I've been a loyal "international" customer since 2014. I'm from Canada - and I occasionally order from the states even though it usually results in me paying duty and taxes. I've ordered over 1500 USD in products with Evike, including the occasionally split orders with my colleagues over the course of the course of my airsoft career. Now leads us to the present. Initial Order: My recent order was on October the 19, 2015. I placed an order with express shipping ($42) for a total of $410.40 USD. (Originally was over 500, but they refunded me since the discount code 25% didn't work - so I already knew when I got my refund, my credit card company wasn't going to refund me the some funds for "currency exchange charge 3.25% of $6x refund?." - So I said to myself, ok, whatever, that's fine.) Shipping: Shipping always takes a bit with Evike, nothing to complain about - about 4 business days or so it shipped out. It made it through customs no problem. Day of delivery - That's where things started to go downhill. Issue Begins - Day of delivery: The image below show that the item was going out for delivery (Canada Post), but was some how recalled within 10 minutes. The next day it was shipped back to Evike. This is were I was starting to get anxious - What? Why? I called Canada Post over 5 times, they told me to call USPS. I called USPS they told me to call Canada Post. This went on for days to the point Canada Post even stated "Oh you're calling about your tracking number AGAIN?" I decided to make a call to Evike, and they brushed me off over the phone, stating that I should inquire with USPS, after I explained my situation. At this point I'm irritated. My parcel was supposed to be here, and now it's back in transit to the states, along side with Evike brushing me off. Issue Mid Cycle: After a few days passed, I called CBSA (Canada Customs) - They told me that there was nothing wrong with customs, and it should of been delivered. They told me to give Canada Post a call again. After I hung up with CBSA, I called Canada Post. Mind you this is about the 8th time I've called them. - Finally I get a representative that's helpful and willing to look into my ticket. I explained the situation to her, told her about USPS and CBSA... she put me on hold for 10 minutes and discussed with her manager my situation. She told me that the manager had no idea why they didn't "Attempt Delivery" - Which they should of, and don't understand why it was shipped back. - This is where she kind of hinted it was (CP) fault, but in a person to person way. I told her that Evike (The Sender) has been brushing me off - and she suggested that if I cannot come to a solution, that I could dispute it with PayPal. - Great idea, this rep was very informative, versus the other 7 reps that brushed me off. E-mail communication with Evike.com: E-mail 1 Ok, so it's time for me to send in my e-mail and inquire about this situation. I sent my first e-mail on the 29th of October. (might have to zoom in to read it - http://i.imgur.com/CWEYTBj.png) E-mail 2 Sent that in, next day they reply. Again, generic reply, and brushing me off - " YOU can go contact USPS, to see what can be done." - OK so I'm pretty annoyed at this point, so I sent in a reply. http://i.imgur.com/9iAkGRv.png E-mail 3 I express my concern about my situation above on the 30th. - They replied stating no updates. On November the 3rd. http://i.imgur.com/sULqMCG.png Moving Forward: I decided it was in my best interest to submit a claim with PayPal, aswell as send an e-mail in to Evike to inquire about a full refund. Evike showed no concerns about follow up with me on my current situation. During the PayPal call, I told them about my situation, and PayPal listened to me very clearly. My e-mail going in was regarding about a full refund. http://i.imgur.com/m34I8ig.png Then Evike replied - I explicitly and sincerely asked for them to offer my a full refund. - neglecting everything I asked for. I forwarded this to PayPal and changed it to a dispute, I was refunded within the day. - Good. At this point I was fed up with Evike, and wasn't even going to bother writing up my negative experience that I had with them. Moving forward - 8 days later (As per GMAIL): I got this email today. Boy did it poke my buttons off my winter jacket. - I actually lol'ed and shook my head at work. http://i.imgur.com/5KG4Hwk.png Conclusion I explicitly asked them for a refund nicely in an e-mail prior, and they completely ignored and brushed off the e-mail. I had to go to PayPal and contact them to get a refund, PP did that no problems. The fact that this whole issue wasn't my fault as a consumer, I don't see why anyone in my situation would be penalized. It may of been Canada Post, USPS, or someone else's fault, however their solution that they went about is incorrect and unfair. In no way should a customer be charged for something they are not at fault for - Especially for shipping and re-stocking fees. That's a joke. I'm extremely disappointed with Evike. I will never again do business with them, nor will I ever recommend them. I'm expressing my customer experience I've had with them, I'm not telling you to not order from them - but I'm telling you to beware. TL;DR Beware of Evike. PayPal is great for getting your cash back.
  7. Maveric

    WE 416 (RA-Tech Custom)

    From the album: Maveric's Album

    My WE RA-Tech 11" 416 now with Magpul CTR stock
  8. Hello! My name is Russian geardo and I am airsoft and military reviewer from Russia! 3 years ago I started my blog with reviews in russian language: http://rusgeardo.blogspot.ru In 2013 I made my own youtube-channel to make video reviews and I started to make English subtitles to them. I am sorry for possibles mistakes in subtitles, English is not my native language. So there is my channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/rusgeardo - this is my channel trailer - comparsion of Element XPS 3-2 and original L3 EOTech XPS 3-2 - OSS Murray Back Pressure Regulator 2 by Madbull For English language please turn on subtitles. The rest old videos now hasn't English subtitles but I will add them soon. And I will post links for new videos here. Like my videos, subscribe my channel, thank in advance!
  9. WhatAreYouBuyen

    Magpul PDR

    A picture of the magpul PDR C from WhatArrYouBuyen. Feel free to re-post this image on other websites, blog, ect.

    © © WhatAreYouBuyen 2013

  10. Short Stack

    KWA TT-33 NS2

    I'm reviewing today the KWA TT-33 Tokarev, which may or may not be officially released and there is virtually no info out about this gun. So I'm here to provide some info! MSRP for this gun is $135. Magazines are around $30 each. Inside The Box The box itself is made of medium strength cardboard with styrofoam encasing the gun and parts. Inside the box, you get: -Gun -Magazine -Hop-up Adjustment Tool -Lube -Small bag of .25 KSC BBs -Paperwork -Manual The gun is held firmly in place in the Styrofoam bed, which has room for a spare magazine (one can be kept in the gun itself) with a spare slot for the usual bits and pieces that come with a new KWA. First Impressions At first glance the TT-33 looks pretty bad***. It has a finish in black that is slightly shiny. The coloring all over the gun is almost exactly the same, a deep black color. The gun is modeled to be exactly the same as the real TT-33, KWA did a great job on it. This gun is very, very light. 1.65 lbs actually, according to KWA. The balance is VERY good. This gun has both an aluminium slide as well as an aluminium frame, which helps aid it's lightness, compared to WE's heavy and clunky pot metal. Metal parts abound, so it is easier to tell you what is made out of plastic. The two grip sides, and the barrel....Yeah, there is a lot of metal. The only wobble in the gun, at all, period, is the magazine. Take the magazine out, and you can shake the gun around and hear nothing. The wobble is very minimal. Close Look The trademarks on the gun are as follows: Magazine Catch side: -O120301499U * KWA (engraved, black) Chamber side: -Manufactured in Taiwan (looks painted on, white) Top: BK989 * 1941 (engraved, black) Grips: -CCCP around a star The * is an actual star on the gun. The gun does not come with a safety, instead using a quirky trigger setup. You have to push from the top and angle slightly downwards, if you just push on the bottom the trigger will not move all the way backward. After some test firing, I got used to it pretty quickly. The KWA comes equipped with fixed sights. Both are very simple, very barebones, but they work. Remember, this gun is from 1941! The gun comes with a plastic outer barrel, mostly to use less wear and work better with the NS2 system. The KWA uses it's usual hop-up on the gun, adjustable with a tool by locking the slide open and putting the tool inside the chamber. Hop-up adjustment is right for less hop, and left for more. The magazine is no frills design. The big thing, it only holds 10+1 rounds. Yes, only ten. You may want to carry a speed loader and extra mags with you. The mag itself holds enough gas for around 25 rounds. Produced completely from metal (except for the rubber gas routing and the loading lip), the KWA magazine is actually rather light. Like most KWA magazines, the follower can be locked at the bottom for easier loading. Unlike the Marui, BBs must be loaded through the feed lips. The KWA comes with an orange tip painted on the barrel, and the barrel extends past the slight, unlike the real TT-33. I'm hoping for an aftermarket slide+barrel kit to come and fix this, along with adding some more trademarks. Shooting Impressions The gun has decent kick, with a good trigger pull and a decent hammer. Overall it's a lot like other KWA offerings. The slide locks reliably, and the action is completely smooth, with no jerkiness at all. When it comes to shooting performance, I found the gun has around 150 foot range, and accuracy up to about 115 feet. Using .25s of course. The accuracy is decent, and the hop works very well, almost on the lines of TM. On airsoftGI and some other websites, they say the gun chronoes at 340-350 FPS. I think this is exaggerated a little bit, and they do use .20s. KWA on the other hand, in their manual, says it's at 280 FPS. I suspect they used .25s and 134a gas for this chrono reading. I think the gun rests at about 310-330 with .20s and green gas/propane. Take Down I do not know how the real TT-33 takes down, but this is how the KWA version does. 1. Remove magazine, make sure there are no BBs chambered in the gun. 2. On the chamber side, grab the little straight line thing and pull on the tab, freeing the pin that is to the front of the gun. 3. Push the pin and pull the slide lock out of the gun. 4. Pull the slide off of the gun. 5. Push the spring guide forward, then let it come out of the gun. It is a two peice + spring affair, it does stay together though. 6. Spin the front part of the slide upwards. Pull it off. 7. Pull the barrel through the front of the slide. After you do that, you should be here. The gun comes stock lubed, and KWA also includes lube with the gun when that stuff wears off. Conclusion Overall, I think the gun is a great new offering to those who like older guns, or eastern euro guns. It's a great replica and I'll be happy to skirmish with it. Even though it only has 10 rounds, it's performance is very good and I can't wait to give you guys a skirmish report next time I go play. Happy airsofting! Realism: 7/10 (barely any trades, extended barrel) Quality of gun: 8/10 Performance: 9/10 Skirmishability: 8/10 Total: 8/10
  11. Mike_West

    Project Uglystick

    Like I said, after flipping a coin three times and getting tails three times, I decided to roll with a Muzzelite 10/22 sniper rifle build. I dubbed it "Project Uglystick" (due to its... questionable aesthetics). I divided it into four phases: Phase One: purchasing the carbine and internal upgrades (new hop-up, new barrel) Phase Two: purchasing a Muzzelite stock Phase Three: purchasing a compact scope (2-6x28 or 2-6x32) and mount (M16 carry handle rail) Phase Four: assembly and testing Phase One is 50% complete: all parts have been ordered, paid for and shipped. They just have to arrive here. Due to the fact that first version of the KJW 10/22 got really damn scarce, I had to check all the Hong Kong shops I knew, from AirsoftGlobal to TokyoModel - it turned out that only JK Army had it in stock at a sensible price ($200). JK Army apparently has some good reputation, but what they did blew my mind: I placed an order on Sunday, Monday morning (CET) I already received a confirmation and tracking number that worked. Now these guys are FAST. Sourcing a barrel was less of a problem - even with Falcon extended barrel kit out of stock, I found a 509mm barrel for a KJW M4 that looked remarkably similar (and considering that both guns were designed by Tanio Kobayashi, I guessed it will fit anyway) at EHobbyAsia. And here's where EHobby screwed up: sure, they said they've shipped the thing, but apparently forgot to give me a tracking number. So now it's a mail race between the Ruger and the barrel, and my money's on the Ruger. Phase Two was more of a challenge. First, the guy who I originally asked to get me the stock claimed he could send it for $12, plus 10% of the item's value as a commission fee, but then I actually checked the shipping cost via USPS and discovered there's no way to go below $48 due to the stock being REALLY FRIGGIN' HUGE. So what it weighs two pounds? It's two feet long and postage for things that large is... substantial. So I turned my attention to Ebay. Advance Manufacturing first declined to send the stock overseas, but considering they do ship other things to Europe, I convinced them to try and send me the stock. Groovy. But due to them selling some gun accessories (probably), they had some problems with those retarded monkeys at Paypal and switched to a more Australian payment processor, Paymate. Here's the problem with Paymate: it takes them FIVE *fruitcage* DAYS to process a payment for American clients. I kid you not. Also, they send you no receipt whatsoever if you pay someone, so you don't know how much exactly you paid and what was the exchange rate (hint: it's usually retarded, making Paymate no different than Paypal in this regard). However, the order was placed, the payment was made, now I just have to wait. Phase Three is put on hold until I get everything else. I already have a humongous silencer (to cover the longer inner barrel) and my flatmate told me he has a M16 carry handle rail he doesn't need, so all I need now is a compact scope - preferably with 2-6x magnification. Those usually come with 28mm or 32mm lenses, which should be enough. Now, the problem with calibrating it is the fact that it seems to sit pretty high in relation to the barrel. If I got it right, it will shoot low at distances shorter than the one I set the scope at and high at longer ones (which isn't that much of a problem if I set it far enough to make the difference noticeable only at ranges too short to fire the gun safely (gotta love the Polish airsoft laws, you can crank your gun to insane output velocities and all you're risking is infamy in the airsoft circles). I'm also tempted to build a Predator-style laser pointer barrel extension, with three cheap red lasers from RSOV set around the barrel, but I guess it'd be overkill. The reactions of people seeing three familiar dots on them, on the other hand...? Priceless!
  12. Mike_West

    Out of the left field

    It turned out that AirsoftGlobal has custom-built Muzzelite 10/22 for sale - of course, it's stupidly overpriced and lacking some upgrades, but at least I have a clue how the replica really looks fitted with the Muzzelite stock. First thing: the barrel is shorter than on the real deal, and only the thread sticks out - good for me, I can go with any barrel extension to cover up the Falcon 509 mm one. For example, the 240x40 King Arms can I got from my flatmate. Second, the Muzzelite stock isn't much more expensive than normal RS 10/22 stocks - normal ones go for $80 roughly and the Muzzelite is $110. The only problem with Muzzelite is that trigger needs some work - it's not as terrible as, let's say, JLS F2000, but I'm sure I'll be needing a lighter return spring for the trigger bar. Why Muzzelite, though? Well, for starters, I wanted a futuristic-looking gun. Sure, it looked futuristic in the 80s, just ask propmakers that worked on Total Recall and SeaQuest. After slapping a longer barrel and a Falcon hop-up, it goes Section 5-hot and remains pretty accurate at 150-200 feet. Finally, as AirsoftGlobal claims, it's only a bit over 2 feet long and weighs two kilograms. TWO KILOGRAMS! That's two full-metal Berettas, which means I won't break my back carrying it around for a whole day (as opposed to the Warrior 1 I owned a while back). Damn good choice for a mobile marksman. I'm only $200 short for the whole project - if I wanted, I could already order the 10/22, barrel and hop-up, but considering it's -10 C outside, and I need 200 feet of open space for testing, I have to postpone it until Spring. When I get a $400-$500 bonus.
  13. OK, so I'm going to be $700 richer in the coming days. Want to try and persuade me into not starting any mildly-crazy-to-batshit-insane airsoft projects? 1. Mildly crazy: Magpul-kitted SR25. JG based, fitted with a G&G hop-up, nozzle and standard V2 gearbox, with MOE foregrip and PRS stock. Won't cost a fortune, considering that I can get a decent discount at the local airsoft store and knockoff Magpul parts aren't really that hard to get. 2. Nuts: The Space Blaster. Stark S18C GBB with Guarder threaded barrel, AABB KPOS kit, a Docter or C-More red dot and the can I use on my USP. KPOS kit can't be bought without some digging and asking, and the Stark brand is relatively unknown. A couple of long mags should turn this thing into an useful CQB weapon that looks cool on photos. 3. Flap-Eared Royal Fruitcake: Assassin Rifle. KJW M700 Takedown with Tanaka 30-rd mag, silencer adapter and the humongous can I got off my friend. Simple but costly and useful only for photo ops. Would be nice if I found some way to detach the stock as well and an inexpensive case to keep it in. Good that I have friends in indie movie business and the local airsoft shop sometimes lends replicas for photo ops, and not for free at that. 4. Batshit Insane: Longsword SS-AP5 Rifle, Redneck Edition. A KJW KC-02 with extended mag release, Well MB05 stock, Falcon 510mm barrel encased in a rectangular aluminium profile and some other assorted gubbins. This is going to require a fully stocked workshop ("Oh, hi dad... I want to build a science-fiction sniper rifle." - "OK, no problem, apart from the fact that you're completely crazy."), won't look EXACTLY like the sniper rifle from DXHR and will be just barely more practical than the M700.
  14. Guest

    Good G36 Upgrading site

    This site seems to be very good for helping you choose what to buy when it comes to upgrading your G36c. I read through about 40% of it and it seems to be very knowledgable.
  15. Guest

    CA36c vs. TM G36c

    here is really no difference. They are the same gun, same thing. Comparisons: "Classic Army CA36c" 1) Single matte body color 2) Higher stock FPS (NOT factory upgraded. Thats a lie) 3) Slightly stronger body (won't make a difference) "Marui G36c" 1) Somewhat of a difference between parts when it comes to color. (ie. The Magwell, motorgrip/trigger selector area, and foregrip are all gloss black and the body is more of a matte dark grey) 2) FPS is slightly less 3) Body will stand up to anything that you can throw at it. CA just have a mixture closer to the real thing when it comes to texture 4) Marui actually have the actual trademarks. These are very attractive. The CA gun have "Classic Army" written where the H&K trades should be.. I would go for the Marui. There are more upgrade kits for it, Marui has a good track record of QC (quality control), and it is much cheaper. The CA is more expensive, harder to upgrade, and CA have had a lot of trouble in the past with their gearboxes (although these problems seem to be diminished, if not entirely eraticated) Marui is just the better choice in my opinion. Cheers, ~P
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