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Cloud Strife

G&P M4 RIS

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This gun can be bought here!

http://shop.ehobbyasia.com/gandp-m4-ras-aeg-6-position.html

 

Now for the review

 

The gun came nicely packaged and wrapped in bubble wrap

 

it came with:

 

1 kac style vert grip

2 kac style rail covers

1 full metal carry handle

1 magpul pts pmag (Ehobby special)

1 G&P 120 rd mid cap

 

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Onto the gun

 

the metal body has a brilliant finish and looks extremely realistic, the cyber gun licensed colt trades make it even better!

The fire selector is very crisp and goes into each position with a satisfying click.

 

The battery compartment is in the stock tube, i use a custom 7.4 and it fits well (i would suggest a crane stock if you want any bigger batteries)

 

The ris is VERY nice and uses a very strange way of keeping it steady, it has a metal bar that keeps tension on the upper half of the ris and is then held in place my 2 pins a screw and a very tight d ring.

The lower half even has the heat shield!

 

G&P's attention to detail is amazing for example:

 

this gun has a dummy gas tube

a dust cover that wont close (to prevent you from firing when its closed , realism factor)

a special tension system to prevent hand guard wobble

trademarks and a great finish

heat shield

functional charging handle

and the most awesome!

they used a special pin that prevents receiver wobble it works by separating the pin into three separate parts held together by a screw so when u put the pins in the receiver and tighten the screw it forces the parts away from each other so it expands in the receiver and stops wobble!

 

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The hop up is accessed by pulling back on the charging handle, the hop up is full metal and it can get this gun shooting up to 130 -170 feet if tuned right with correct bb's

 

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the stock fps and rps is great with a 7.4 im getting 380 -390 fps with .2s and about 22 - 25 rps (haven't tested rps)

The great rate of fire comes from g&ps magnificent m120 motor which is very nice.

as for the rest of the internals they look pretty solid and expect them to last!

 

Skirmish Report:

 

so far iv had 2 games with it and it preformed brilliantly, i was hitting people from a consistent 100 -150 feet away while still getting great accuracy,

my only real con so far is the motor makes a funny sound after each shot on semi but i suppose that happens with every high speed motor.

 

Conclusion:

 

an awesome buy from g&p great stock performance and amazing externals, but my only niggles would have to be the strange motor sound ( could be my motor height ) and the charging handle is a bit still but overall AMAZING go and buy one now while ehobbie's deal still lasts!

 

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Hey Strife,

Thanks for the review.

I noticed you were getting under 300 fps readings, Ddd you have to swap the spring to bring the power down to make it 1J compliant or weas it like that out of the box? the ehobby shop rates it at 350, but those numbers can be off sometimes. I am alsways worried when bringing G&P stuff into the country as they always seem a bit hot :)

 

Where do you play? I organize games around the Tokyo area, so send me a PM if you ever feel like coming out for a game.

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The ris is VERY nice and uses a very strange way of keeping it steady, it has a metal bar that keeps tension on the upper half of the ris and is then held in place my 2 pins a screw and a very tight d ring.

The lower half even has the heat shield!

 

That's how the real RIS is held on a real M4.

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