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I resurrect this thread to post a WE Apache, to which I fit a surplus German SEF trigger housing and original slimline handguard with no modification to the airsoft parts and a lot of swearing and Dre

Gave mine a little run down, wasn't going for a used and abused look, just a LOT of used.  

Something slightly different. Spectre M4 with folding stock.   Stock is from www.octagonairsoft.com and came with some free patches. Nice guys to deal with and for anyone interested the stoc

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sweet steel goodness....

 

Great looking Mac11! Why they don't make a Mac10!!!

 

Good job!

 

Regards

 

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Ok! Here's another piece of steel for the smg pile.:D

 

Brand new KWA M11 NS2 disassembled and assembled with G&P steel kit

and Marui bb tracer built in into the silencer.

 

Magnesiumbolt has been modified with small rubber stops to increase fire rate

and also dampening the bolt a little, to prevent damage and wear to it.

 

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Here is my latest purchase to reboot this thread

 

A pair of Hudson GBB M3 Grease Guns. Pretty cool little pieces of work, not too terribly practical, but that seems to be the way my collection is headed. They do have an amazing amount of recoil and are much heavier than would be expected from a plastic bodied gun, which actually feels very nice. I had always wanted one of these when I first started airsofting but never bought it due to the mags being expensive and impractical for a new airsofter. I found a guy selling them as a pair with 4 magazines included and I had to act.

 

Both work fine, but the one with the orange tip is missing the rear sight and the front barrel is cracked. The other is perfect as far as I can tell. Quite the happy buyer, but here are some pictures!

 

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Here is my latest purchase to reboot this thread

 

A pair of Hudson GBB M3 Grease Guns. Pretty cool little pieces of work, not too terribly practical, but that seems to be the way my collection is headed. They do have an amazing amount of recoil and are much heavier than would be expected from a plastic bodied gun, which actually feels very nice. I had always wanted one of these when I first started airsofting but never bought it due to the mags being expensive and impractical for a new airsofter. I found a guy selling them as a pair with 4 magazines included and I had to act.

 

Both work fine, but the one with the orange tip is missing the rear sight and the front barrel is cracked. The other is perfect as far as I can tell. Quite the happy buyer, but here are some pictures!

 

Wow just wow.

I can totally see you going akimbo with those beauties :D

 

Also, is the scenery giving anyone else a "wild west" vibe?

Or is it just me

 

 

Mod Edit: There is REALLY no reason to quote pictures when you are posting right behind them

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