tinkle60

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  1. Sites can still renew players by emailing the admin. Contact your site.
  2. Is this just a statement of fact? Cos if you want help, you're gonna need give people something to work with. Pictures, or a description of what you actually have.
  3. Like I said, Orga also do 6.13, 6.05 and 6.00mm the all have the cuts to rotate a standard AEG bucking and flat hop without modification.
  4. If you're referring to the power loss they do have 4 different models with tighter bore diameters.
  5. If you're using standard AEG buckings there's also the option of the Orga barrels for a quick flat hop install.
  6. It was worded like an observation or statement of fact. The OP was about compatibility between BBs and inner barrels, and established the parameters of the question. I would like to know if there are any BB packets out there that actually claim 6mm-6.01mm.
  7. Just a thought? Why would you say that then, please explain!
  8. The stock G&P set up is pretty good, but if you want to try a flat hop the firefly namazu is pretty well regarded.
  9. Import woes aside (and recently I have had some real woes) Evike are good to go.
  10. You mean these?: http://wolfarmouries.co.uk/asg-mcmillan-m40a3-magazine-20rd.html
  11. There's an illuminated version: http://www.kingarms.com/product_detail.php?id=1862 Also King Arms do the rings with a mount for a red dot: http://www.kingarms.com/product_detail.php?id=378 Look at the G&P OP red dot
  12. Whilst not an exact match the King Arms M3 replica will look a lot more 'military' since the body is 30mm unlike most airsoft scopes.
  13. You can get Streamlight TLR torches for under sub-£200 if you don't want to stump up for a surefire. Beware, not all lumens are created equal, there is no standard for measuring the output of the torch. Apart from the brightness there are a number of factors which affect actual performance such as whether the beam pattern is clean, how much spill there is, how big/bright is the hotspot (is there even a hotspot), whether the power source will actually drive the LED or lamp up to the quoted brightness (some manufacturers use the theoretical maximum of the LED which the unit won't actually get close to), how much light actually goes forward out of the emitter, how much is lost in the reflector and how much is lost through the lens.
  14. Erm... I'm no lawyer but the actual legislation, not the guidelines, makes it an offence to sell a realistic imitation firearm. So how did you figure this? Agreed but surely this is a separate issue?
  15. That's not bad considering the current exchange rate. I paid £550 for one of those about 3 years ago.