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modern warfare 2 ak47

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is it posiable to buy a ak47 that looks the same as the one in modern warfare 2 bit of a gay question but that is the coolest looking gun and a aeg version would be awsome cheers guys

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The on in MW2 is a 'tacticool' version. You can buy the AK47 RIS-foreguard (as in MW2), although IRRC, there are different ones to fit different airsoft AKs (I belive CA make one, but it only fits their AKs)

Not sure about the stock though. It looks slightly magpul-ised.

Cybergun make a 'tactical' AK47, which has the RIS bits, but not the stock:

http://www.surplusstore.co.uk/catalog/prod...roducts_id/3148

 

Answer - sort of. Although you may not be able to buy a 100% accurate model.

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thanks guys i know its a bit sad and i am right against the idea of a COD loadout i just thought that it looks really cool.

 

 

Dose anyone know if it is possiable to buy a standard looking ak47 and change the stock add rails etc to get a more custom look like you can with the m4

 

thanks again.

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Yeah its possible, and why is it lame to have a load out based of cod? TF141 look badass :P do what you want and dont let people knock you down.

 

Try ebairsoft.com

rsov.com

gunnerairsoft.com

 

for parts.

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shadow company or whatever it is, the ones that are gen. shepherds men, are bloody awesome!!!!!

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its not other people knocking me down i just dont like to conform! :P

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I've seen more Battlestar Galactica ( think, one of them tharr scifi types, the one with thr olive-drab boiler suits and P90s) loadouts in the flesh than I have CoD 4 & MW2 loadouts.

Mine was orrigionally MW2 TF141 on a budget, but ended up as generic PMC

 

Trust me, a CoD/MoH load out is not conformist.

If anyone does confront you, you could cheekily remind them that they're playing toy soldiers...

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I've seen more Battlestar Galactica ( think, one of them tharr scifi types, the one with thr olive-drab boiler suits and P90s) loadouts in the flesh than I have CoD 4 & MW2 loadouts.

Mine was orrigionally MW2 TF141 on a budget, but ended up as generic PMC

 

Trust me, a CoD/MoH load out is not conformist.

If anyone does confront you, you could cheekily remind them that they're playing toy soldiers...

 

 

lol i know what you mean, i think that airsoft is the best thing since sliced bread but i did find i felt a little immature when during a breifing at combat south the other week we were all reminded that we are grown men running around the woods with toy guns haha.

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only difference between boys and men is the cost of their toys mate!

 

problem is that some people take it a tad seriousley, hence the "we are running round the woods with toy guns" TBh it is good to hear, especially when you have some one shot one kill wanabees knocking around.

 

As to the tactical sets, you MUST make sure that you get a 47 kit for a 47 and a 74 kit for a 74, as they ARE NOT INTERCHANGABLE

 

Anyway that little bit over.

 

this is an ak 74 rail, and will not fit a 47, as some reviewers have found out

http://www.ebairsoft.com/wii-ak-ris-handguard-set-p-29.html

 

King arms are the DADDY of ak rail systems, look and drool

http://www.kingarms.com/showproduct.asp?subcatid=37

 

and here is a stockist

http://www.uncompany.com/ accessories/ak conversion kits and scroll down. Bloody awful website, but they do answer e:mails in English

 

enjoy

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