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Finally founded time to complete project. Even did laser markings of Trijicon. No white rings yet, so it's complete about 90-95%.

 

Photo is poor (a lot of noise).

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Finally founded time to complete project. Even did laser markings of Trijicon. No white rings yet, so it's complete about 90-95%.

 

Photo is poor (a lot of noise).

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That looks awesome!

Might get this done on mine too :)

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Having held the tan one and fired it I am still tempted by the black one but also know that the £135 some places are asking could also get me a Marui which feels nicer overall :D.

 

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Well Im kinda disappointed in my FNX. Having tried multiple buckings I just couldn't get the same accuarcy as my TM HK45 and the FNX is either incosistent or not have enough hop for heavier BBs. However it would still be a good gun until my game on last week where everything went wrong. First this happened:

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Note that I didn't overload the magazine or anything and I only noticed it after trying to slam the mag inside the pistol multple times.

The other magazine that had constant sealing problem started leaking again.

 

But the worse was this: the gun would randomly not shoot. As in I put a loaded mag(gas and bbs) in, cock the gun, pull the trigger, hammer goes forward, nothing happens, or a little psst. Sometimes I can shoot normally, but of course it is not very good when your gun goes dead when you need it the most. It's like the hammer spring is not strong enough.

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Ahahaha, sorry. That was funny though! Read all of his post and you will see why :D

 

Yeh, so not impressed by this. Unfortunately. Wanna try one out see how it feels in my hand and then maybe look a little closer, but definitely not a must buy considering the feedback this has gotten. And the Cybergun connection and pricing etc.

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the mag springs are bloody strong, and if they twist even slightly, they can squeeze out of the wider opening.

 

after using both for some time, it will take a miracle for a pistol to shoot as well as a marui HK45. any pistol that is.

 

and finally, been using black gas (proper black, not that nuprol sh*t) in mine almost exclusively, not had a light strike yet, what gas are you using?

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Must be be a lemon, I've put 1000+ rounds through mine, only failure has been the tiny hop to outer barrel spring. Never had an issue with accuracy or range.

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Accuarcy and range is actually good just not as good as my Marui and Im never satisfied. :P I've been using normal green gas(ProTech) and propane. As I have said the gun sometimes shoot normally and then just randomly it lightstrikes.

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Handled one of these at a local store today to check it out. First thing I noticed is that it felt pretty good in my hand/hands actually. I thought it would be big and uncomfortable. Then after 10 seconds my palms were shredded by the IMO super aggressive grip texturing. Definitely would need gloves for handling this gun, for me at least.

 

Just fiddled with it for a minute or two but it just felt sub-par over all to be honest. Controls were kinda, not crisp? Still can't get over how the trades look, way too "faded" during stamping. Not enough definition. Slide action in terms of snappiness when powerstroking felt kinda sloppy and loose too.

 

So yeh. Unless I get a super good deal on this one I will not be getting it. :o

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