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Twins. The paintjob isn't quite as bright, need some photos in natural light really. On another note, dual-wielding PX4's might be the most fun thing in the whole of Airsoft.

 

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PX4004.jpg

 

Keeping the PX4 train rolling. This is easily the best shooting stock GBB I've ever owned or used, and it's pretty damn comfortable as well.

 

 

 

 

 

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Just got to hold the PX4 in person. It's a nice pistol. Reminds me of an updated P99 with an external hammer...

 

You mean on the handling basis?

 

Because I have the Maruzen P99 and the handling is pretty exceptional.

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What silencer is that on there?

it is the TM full auto tracer... a must for the pistol night game in UA. It scare the hell out of beginner to see bright bb coming their way at night :rolleyes:

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Quick beretta question, seems this is the place to ask.

 

When I rack the slide on my M92F, the barrel moves back by about half an inch, so it's in line with the metal rod beneath.

 

Is this normal?

 

And what's the technical term for the metal rod?

 

It's a Marui by the way.

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Hmmm it could be a silencer....odd one though. I have seen square ones before. I don't know for sure though

edit: ok ya i should have done a search fisrt that is a compensator. I know nothing :)

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