Hendy

First AEG?

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Hey im a new player really getting into airsofting and was wondering what would be a good aeg I have about £100-£150 for the gun im 16 so it needs to be 2tone sadlly tho any help?

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Yea they do look good but I would rather have a AK varient that will last me up till im 18 so i could then mabey spray it black.

 

What was ur first aeg?

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Yea they do look good but I would rather have a AK varient that will last me up till im 18 so i could then mabey spray it black.

 

What was ur first aeg?

 

He ain't got one, but sshh i didnt say that ;)

 

and im coming up empty on two tone ak's <_<

so at a guess you will have to get a retailer to spray one for you

whats your preference of ak 47/74, solid/folding stock, etc??

 

tom

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He ain't got one, but sshh i didnt say that ;)

 

and im coming up empty on two tone ak's <_<

so at a guess you will have to get a retailer to spray one for you

whats your preference of ak 47/74, solid/folding stock, etc??

 

tom

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47 or the 74 I cant really tell the difference from the pics and a folding stock would be handy but I can live with solid.

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If you're really set on an AK - Classic Army have a very wide selection of AKs, I suggest you have a look around.

 

Their Sportline is very handy, in that prices start at £100, and several Sportline starter packages include Kalshnikovs. Starter sets - have an AEG, goggles (but only eye, not full face) battery & charger and a sling.

 

Differences in 47/74 -

.74 has a different muzzle/fash hider (the real steel version, this vents gases slightly to the right)

.74 as a thinner, plastic mag (can be different colours - some are orange, others brown). The 47 mags are big, usually metal and have the 3 metal rims running down the side.

 

I believe the folding stocks on the 47/74 are different, but I'm not completely sure (as AKs are not my 'thing') - I know one can fold sideways (onto the reciever) the other folds under the gun (and locks in place over the mags) A full stock (on the AK) has the advantage that you can fit a larger battery in, and thus play longer without having to change the battery.

 

But, no-one seems to supply CA stuff 2Toned, so you'll have to pay extra for that.

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If you're really set on an AK - Classic Army have a very wide selection of AKs, I suggest you have a look around.

 

Their Sportline is very handy, in that prices start at £100, and several Sportline starter packages include Kalshnikovs. Starter sets - have an AEG, goggles (but only eye, not full face) battery & charger and a sling.

 

Differences in 47/74 -

.74 has a different muzzle/fash hider (the real steel version, this vents gases slightly to the right)

.74 as a thinner, plastic mag (can be different colours - some are orange, others brown). The 47 mags are big, usually metal and have the 3 metal rims running down the side.

 

I believe the folding stocks on the 47/74 are different, but I'm not completely sure (as AKs are not my 'thing') - I know one can fold sideways (onto the reciever) the other folds under the gun (and locks in place over the mags) A full stock (on the AK) has the advantage that you can fit a larger battery in, and thus play longer without having to change the battery.

 

But, no-one seems to supply CA stuff 2Toned, so you'll have to pay extra for that.

 

Any chance for a link as im on there website and it keeps saying 0.00 to buy. Can CA 2Tone it for me?

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Thanks for all the help guys just ordered it cant wait to get it.

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