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Not gas in shell, but gas in reservoir. Maybe they used the same system in the M320 and the shotgun, who knows...

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What do SEALs use shotgun wise?  I've no idea myself, but when a company releases a SCAR-H followed by an MP7 followed by an HK416 I think it's not unreasonable to say there's something of a pattern, even given the large time gaps.

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 Obviously you two don't have much faith in your fellow man

:rolleyes: Of course they don't have ANY faith in fellow humans. They are moderators HERE... :P

 

Hmm, that shotty, unless it is a Gindan, I'm going to be quite, QUITE interested in it, and when it's revealed might need new pair of pants, if they managed a 3-shot gas combination...

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Well if it is a M870, it is a spring tri-shot and they do make it with models based on the MCS setups then all is well in my mind :P.

 

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Well, from my point of view, a pump action AEG would deliver the same "smooth" action of the Gas shotguns but with the added reliability and consistency of an AEG. i think it would be nice if every "pump" would activate the gearbox and leave it in a "precocked" position so the shot would be almost instantaneous.

 

Many will prefer a Gas or spring shotgun, but I still think an electric trishot system using shells as magazines would be awesome. If not, I prefer the spring "poing" to gas farts :lol:

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Well, from my point of view, a pump action AEG would deliver the same "smooth" action of the Gas shotguns but with the added reliability and consistency of an AEG. i think it would be nice if every "pump" would activate the gearbox and leave it in a "precocked" position so the shot would be almost instantaneous.

 

Many will prefer a Gas or spring shotgun, but I still think an electric trishot system using shells as magazines would be awesome. If not, I prefer the spring "poing" to gas farts :lol:

 

 So how is it electric..? If you're pumping anyway how does a motor etc.come into it at all? It's just a spring gun with a gearbox that does nothing. For example, an AEG VSR that you have to cock still - that's just a springer.

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 So how is it electric..? If you're pumping anyway how does a motor etc.come into it at all? It's just a spring gun with a gearbox that does nothing. For example, an AEG VSR that you have to cock still - that's just a springer.

 

No... all you have to do is try cocking a spring gun that shoots 500 fps vs cocking a gas gun that shoots 500 fps to see the difference. What he's suggesting, from my understanding, is that your bolting / pumping action triggers the motor to spin, in order to cock the spring for you, so it would feel much more realistic since when cocking a rifle / pumping a shotgun, the resistance is minimum, unlike spring airsoft replicas. 

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Thanks blobface, english is not my mother language, so I sometimes kind of fail explaining myself :lol:

 

As blobface said, the pumping action just tells the gearbox "cock the spring and put the bbs in the chamber", I know the strength needed is not so overwhelming with these shotties, but if the game is long and we like shooting a lot (i do like) the arms can get kind of tired, unless you are Hulk Hogan (im not). Then, there is the realism factor, but thats secondary, Im just lazy :lol:

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Even better, cocking activates the motor to spin the gears until the piston is ultimately caught by a sear. You get a nice crisp trigger instead of a mushy electric contact of an AEG.

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Even better, cocking activates the motor to spin the gears until the piston is ultimately caught by a sear.

 

I love it when you talk dirty to me, RC. Why don't more AEGs use this system?

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