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ralphee

M4 suggestions?

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Hey guys

 

First post, and already with the questions lol. Want to begin skirmishing badly, and would like to buy my own AEG.

Looking at M4's, and i like the stubbies, but came across a G&G M4A1 clear body....any good?

Think i can muster about £180 to £200 tops for the rifle, and of course, it needs to be non UKARA with me being a noob....but can anybody give me some feedback and rec's on a good M4 around this price? Oh and should i stay away from GBB in an AEG?

 

Lets see...id like metal, good internals....and id rather go for a clear body, than a gawdy green, that way, its not so bad to cover up should i go for my Licence?

 

On a similar note, could i "stubby" convert a G&G at a later date, shorter barrel, folding stock etc.......yeah yeah, im running before i can walk huh.....but im a very old, but very big kid lol.

 

Thanks guys....look forward to the feedback.

 

bests........lee

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get registered first

 

under £200 for a stubby M4, get one of these

 

everything you need to get going. dont forget mask/goggles and things - its all easily overlooked.

 

also, don't worry about metal/plastic bodies, it makes little difference.

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Second above

 

Its the best way to go mate

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Get registered and save up another £50 and get a G&P M4, they are probably the best make when it comes to AR-15s.

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Guys thank you for the replies. I see your point on getting reg'd first, but then, four games, plus rifle hire, hell, that money can be thrown in for a better AEG in two tone, as its just dead money on hiring i guess.

Looking at KWA, and G&G.....so there goes my £200 ceiling lifted LOL...is there a happy medium on range, and CQB variant? Looking at Bham/ Mids based clubs, i have open woodland and CQB to choose from, so something in between would be nice.....maybe an M4 CQB (non shorty) and add a silencer for woodland?

Anyhoo, here goes yet another expensive hobby....my missus is gonna love me, only just started messing around with Karting too lol.

 

bests........lee

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your hire fee is generally about £10 more, 3 games - £30. a metal would cost you around £50 and then the hand guard used are still about £10+? get yourself reg'd first ;)

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