BigBlackGlock

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About BigBlackGlock

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  • Birthday 02/12/97

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  • Guns
    Umarex/VFC G28 GBBR
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    MTP/Multicam/Coyote Tan
    (Warrior Assault Systems)
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    Bunker51
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  1. That Vector sold about 4 months ago unfortunately. Funnily enough, I have another one coming in a couple of days which will be outfitted with real Kriss Vector parts
  2. Agreed, definitely one of the cooler looking guns out there. I like the carry handle/optic on it instead though
  3. Type "Russian Gear" into Google, lots of sites come up
  4. Suppose you can also try retailers such as Military1st, they have a wide range of stuff at all price ranges. Secondly, eBay seems to be the home of British surplus if that's your interest.
  5. Typically, you are going to have to order Russian gear from Russia unfortunately. I would recommend Grey shop if you want a Gorka, or any other Russian stuff. Shipping took about a week (from Russia to the UK), fully tracked.
  6. Grey shop is excellent. Good prices, shipping is a little high but it got here way before the expected arrival date (took a week from the moment I ordered), fully tracked too.
  7. What can I say, maybe me and Vectors are just meant to be How is the Agency Arms Glock? I must say that I miss it, it was an absolute work of art! I was also fairly quiet, until the last week or so when I have literally just dived headfirst back into the money pit of airsoft I cannot stay away, it would seem
  8. Okay, I bought (another) KWA Kriss Vector. Think this is the fourth or fifth one I have had? Now just time to wait for it and the RS Vector parts!
  9. Bought something at the start of August which turned out to be faulty and so contacted them straight away. The situation still has not been dealt with despite numerous attempts to contact. They'll (Laurence) respond up until the point when you think you're finally getting somewhere with them, and then they stop. The store seems like it has some nice stuff, but the customer service is absolutely abysmal. Definitely put me off from buying anything from there again.
  10. Welcome to the endless money pit of airsoft! TM 416 is a great choice, no reason to upgrade it straight away. Take it to a few games, see how it performs as standard and then decide if anything needs to be changed. If it isn't broke, don't fix it! Gear wise, you get what you pay for. Your essentials should be your eye protection and boots. These are the two items that I believe you should invest in. Get something with nice ankle support for boots! In terms of other gear such as tactical vests, plate carriers, etc... there are a ridiculous amount of brands out there. Warrior Assault Systems, although pricey, is designed for real world usage so it'll last you forever in airsoft. FLYYE is another excellent brand, specifically for airsoft. If you don't want to spend much, Viper and Condor and 8fields may be worth a look. British Army surplus gear is also a fantastic option. Cheap, plentiful and definitely good enough for airsoft. However, none of this stuff is really essential. Just need the aforementioned boots and eye protection, as well as some way of carrying your magazines about. Everything after that is just luxury really! A mesh lower face mask will keep your teeth in your mouth so that is another recommendation. A simple beanie, boonie or baseball cap will be fine for your head. Before buying gear though, assess your gameplay and see what needs you have to accomadate, much like your gun situation. If you run around a lot, etc then maybe a lightweight setup is the best for you, for example, rather than buying something that resembles a juggernaut suit.
  11. I just ordered 3 real steel parts for the Kriss Vector from the US, which are: - Vector CRB Barrel Shroud (got the last one in stock!) - Vector rail system - Vector to M4 stock adapter Fairly costly considering they're genuine but I'm over the moon as I've wanted these for ages, it is just a PITA to order gun parts from the US usually. Only problem now is that I don't even have a Vector to put them on. Time to search! Do I go Krytac for a gen 2 Vector, or do I get another KWA?
  12. Thank you I tried a variety of stocks on the Vector but this was the only picture I took unfortunately, before selling it on. The M4 was incredible but I wanted something a little different, so I also sold that and moved onto a G28. Picture of it will follow shortly once it has been customised fully
  13. Not sure if I ever shared the end result of my GHK/RATech M4, but here it was. Built from the ground up, the only GHK parts left were the magazine, hop up and FCG. Oh and here was the end result of my KWA Kriss Vector 'rifle' build. I just really like customising stuff
  14. Hasn't happened this morning for me (yet), but I did get these pop ups about 3 times yesterday
  15. I ended up buying an Umarex/VFC G28 GBBR (Deluxe Edition) I would definitely recommend just investing in one gun instead of many!